Are you a novice who can already run 3 miles continuously? Is your priority weighted more towards getting across the finish line than your finishing time? Then this plan may be for you, read on...Check out this plan, yes, if your priorities are weighted more towards getting across the finish line than your finishing time. This plan starts out at 13.5 miles per week and peaks at a solid 33.5 miles per week! So you ask how much will I need to run during training? Expect at least 4 days a week of running, 2 cross training days, and 1 rest day. You can definitely modify your cross-training days to rest your body as needed. Before the end of the program and several weeks before your race, you will complete 2 - 19 mile runs!
Plan. Train. Achieve. For all runners.