Are you seeking a sub 2:25 half marathon training plan that will help you utilize a new strategy to set a brand new personal best? If so, RunDreamAchieve training plans are built for athletes like you. A sub 2 hour and 25 minute half marathon program needs to focus on getting your 11.04 mile/6.52 kilometer race pace to feel less aggressive and more in control for the athlete. This can only be done by training below the athletes goal half marathon race pace. RunDreamAchieve training plans are hand crafted by 1.07.06 half marathon and 2.19 marathon specialist, Nathan Pennington.
Our RunDreamAchieve training programs were specifically built to help athletes use leverage and get better results by utilizing universally proven training principles that work. Furthermore, what makes RunDreamAchieve training programs unique is high focus on quality versus quantity training. The goal is to work smarter, not necessarily harder.
There are plenty of hard-working and diligent athletes missing the 2 hour 25 minute half marathon barrier. The RunDreamAchieve sub 2 hour 25 minute half marathon training plan is designed to help motivate the athlete use leverage. How? Well, we focus on utilizing specific workouts to get a specific result, 2.24.59 for the half marathon. You need to make 11.04 mile/6.52 kilometer pace feel demanding and more in control. Yes, it is going to hurt in the latter stages. That being said, you will be much more equipped to handle the latter stages of the race. You need to slow down less than your competition and maintain pace longer. The way to do that is improving your lactate tolerance.
Our sub 2.25 half marathon training program is focused on anaerobic workouts with a focus on recovery and heart rate monitor training. The key to racing well over the 13.1 mile/21.1 kilometer distance is teach the body to clear lactic acid faster than it is building up. So, we focus on workouts that get the athlete in that 8.25 to 8.30 mile pace. Why? We are teaching the body to improve its ability to clear lactic acid faster than it is building up in the blood stream. This is why the best runners in the world and in your local area make it look so easy. They have spent sufficient time running faster than they are seeking to race at in the half marathon.
What Are Sub 2 Hour 25 Minute Half Marathoners Doing That You Are Not?
They are not working any less hard than you. They may or may not have more talent than you. Talent that doesn't work will be beaten by someone with a high level of commitment and focus. A 2.24.59 half marathoner has simply trained at paces that far exceed 11.04 mile/6.52 kilometer pace. Furthermore, they have trained well below 8.20 mile pace and often. In addition, training methodologies you'll be following in this plan that make sub 2hr 25 minute half marathon training pace feel easy. That being said, it will take patience on your part. You are not going after a slow half marathon time but a highly competitive one.
The same workouts you'll be following helped Nate lower his marathon from 2.43.36 to 2.19.35. In addition, he was able to lower his half marathon from 1.10.29 to 1.07.06 using very similar workouts you will be following in this schedule. So, this plan caps out with a high week of 84 miles and a low week of 40 miles. I am fine with you adding or taking away from the mileage as you see fit. That being said, the specific track and road workouts must be adhered to. Why? They are proven strategies to get you under the sub-2.25 half marathon barrier.
Sub 2.25 Half Marathon Training Plan Facts
- Simple and Easily downloadable and comes in powerpoint PDF format
- Instantly Available to the athlete upon payment
- created by a 1.07 half marathon and 2.19 marathoner
- easy, week to week scrolling training plan
- PayPal verified and comes with a 30-day, no questions asked, money-back guarantee
- 16-week training plan with a 10-day taper to yield you the highest return on your investment
So, if you are ready to become a 2.24.59 half marathoner invest in your sub 2.25 half marathon training program today. Make sure to visit RunDreamAchieve University for more resources