Half the distance, but twice the fun. Welcome to our guide to the half marathon racing distance
Because life will always try to get in the way of your training.
Sometimes running more isn't the answer to getting faster. Kimberly Clark shares 5 key things to help you to reach your running goals.
Fuel properly before, during, and after your half marathon in order to run your best race ever.
This plan is the perfect way to build aerobic capacity but still challenge yourself from a speed perspective.
New year, new speeds.
Train for two races at once with this two-week guide that will give you double the fun while getting the necessary recovery.
Thinking of taking the 13.1-mile plunge but not sure where to start? This half marathon plan will carry you from the sofa to the start line—and across the finish too.
If you’ve never run before, 26.2 miles can feel like an impossible distance—but it’s more than doable with our zero to 5K to 10K to half to full marathon training plan.
Whether you prefer to run three days a week or up to six, you'll be ready to toe the line in 12 weeks.
Guidelines for keeping your training on track when you can't do your plan for the day or have to take days off.
Smart half marathon training will land you that PR.
Run Selfie Repeat offers tips for runners preparing to run their first half marathon.
Here's the final piece of the puzzle in making sure you are ready to tackle your half marathon. Use this guide to finish strong.
If shedding a few pounds is your goal, this 13.1-mile training plan will help you achieve your objective.
Use this and toe the start line of your half marathon knowing exactly how you'll execute your pace over the next 13.1 miles.
The most important thing at the end of the day has become enjoyment—you're running because you love it.
After all of the time you spent training, it is important to make sure race day goes smoothly.
Follow this plan, and in less than 30 days, you’ll be able to run 30 minutes.
Is it okay to change up your training schedule to fit a half marathon in to your marathon training?
Training for 13.1 takes discipline, courage and just the right amount of crazy!
What do you do when you are a month away from your goal race and an injury pops up?
Are you truly picking a training plan that best fits into your life?
We asked and you answered. Now see what fellow readers recommend to eat pre-race.
Want to PR in the half? Then we've got the plan to get you to the finish.