A repetitive motion injury (or overuse injury) involves doing an action over and over again, as with a baseball pitcher throwing a baseball, a tennis player hitting a tennis ball, typing at a comp ...View Article
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Posted on 08-24-2014
As a performance coach and injury prevention doctor, this is the training schedule I recommend while training towards a half marathon.... 13.1 miles!! This is a massive goal, but when you break down the mileage, this can be achieved in a safe and measurable way. If you begin to experience discomfort, pain, or joint swelling during your marathon training, please schedule a visit with American Chiropractic as soon as possible for a consultation and evaluation. Have fun!
|Half Marathon Training Schedule|
|1||3 miles||Rest||3 miles||3 miles||Rest||4 miles||Rest||13|
|2||3 miles||Rest||4 miles||3 miles||Rest||5 miles||Rest||15|
|3||3 miles||Rest||4 miles||3 miles||Rest||6 miles||Rest||16|
|4||3 miles||Rest||5 miles||3 miles||Rest||8 miles||Rest||19|
|5||3 miles||Rest||5 miles||3 miles||Rest||10 miles||Rest||21|
|6||4 miles||Rest||5 miles||4 miles||Rest||11 miles||Rest||24|
|7||4 miles||Rest||6 miles||4 miles||Rest||12 miles||Rest||26|
|8||4 miles||Rest||5 miles||4 miles||Rest||9 miles||Rest||22|
|9||3 miles||Rest||4 miles||3 miles||Rest||8 miles||Rest||18|
|10||3 miles||Rest||3 miles||Walk 2||Rest||13.1||Rest||21.1|
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