Planning on running the Two Oceans Half Marathon? Thanks to adidas and exercise physiologist with the University of Cape Town’s Exercise Science and Sports Medicine Unit, Dr Ross Tucker, we’ve got the right training plan for you, no matter what your goal.
Set Your Goal Time!
To set your ideal marathon time and train accordingly click here!
Key To Training:
Click here for your key to training!
Note: You don’t have to be constrained to the days of the week. If, for example, you cannot run on a Thursday, you can re-arrange the training sessions so that it is a rest day. The only important principle, one that you’ll see throughout all the programmes, is that a hard day is followed by a rest day or an easy day. This is really important, and so keep in mind that if you do shift sessions around, you must obey this principle. It means that your long run (currently Saturday), and the other harder/high-quality session each week should not fall on consecutive days. As it stands, the long run on Saturday and the other quality session on Mondays are followed by rest days. If you can stick to that principle, you should be fine!
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