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Weekend Wrap-Up: Week 3 of Half-Marathon Training

Three weeks down, 10 more to go! This week's schedule: Tuesday - Speed work (intervals) Wednesday - 3 mile easy run Friday - 3 mile easy run Sunday - 6 mile long run Tuesday - Intervals 10 minute warm-up jog 6 x (1 min hard; 2 min walk) 5 minute cool down jog I was kind of dreading doing this, because the first workout I did for this training schedule was this exact same workout, except I just did five intervals instead of six.
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