Half Marathon training plan with just 3 runs a week

Training for a half marathon is NOT simply half the work of training for a marathon!

In many ways it can be tougher. Sure, you don't have to do quite such long runs but the pay off is that you have to run faster.

Well, of course you don't have to run faster, that's your choice. If you want to just 'get around' and don't care about your time then you're probably in the wrong place.

The iHalf gives you just 3 runs a week to complete, but each of them is designed to help you get the best out of your running. All sorts of people run half marathons each year, but this is a program for those who want to discover their limits.

This isn't about 'beginner, intermediate and advanced' here. Whatever level of ability or experience you have, we ALL have the potential to push ourselves beyond our perceived limits.

Plenty of people will just 'get around' your half marathon, but...

I'm talking about how you want to remember the experience

How you'll feel when you look back at your race and know that you gave it everything.

The satisfaction you'll get when you flick through your training diary and see how much you progressed in just 12 weeks.

The surprise you'll feel for weeks, months or even years to come, when you think about how fast you were able to run (hint: what you believe are your limits right now aren't even close).

In the iHalf, you don't just 'build up the mileage' and cross your fingers on race day.

In just 36 runs, the iHalf will challenge you to re-examine what you understand about running.

And you will earn an experience you'll always remember

Click here to access the iHalf for £35

What's so special about the iHalf?

This isn't any ordinary 'here's your schedule good luck with it' type of program. I've seen too many ambitious runners put everything into an inflexible one size fits all approach like that and come unstuck.

Blindly following the program without really understanding what it is they're trying to achieve

Being unable to flex and roll with the real world feedback you get from each run, understanding how to adjust pace to hit the right intensity.

Of course there are plenty of other ways to produce a satisfactory race.

But I'm guessing you want more than just a 'satisfactory race'.

You want to experience a sense of control, empowerment & progress with every run that you do.

A half marathon isn't just about the couple of hours of the race.

It's the journey you go on and the lessons you learn that give you the potential for that race.

The iHalf combines phases of hill training with threshold running, 'threshold +' and interval sessions, long SLOW runs.

Many runners are freaked out by the idea of running so slowly during their long runs but when they smash a 10k PB a month before the race they realise what kind of monster shape they've got into.

And that requires effort, so if you're not ready to dig deep, turn back now.