The Plan

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Of course, it is not the original plan.

PLAN A:

I was NOT supposed to get injured.

I was supposed to have run a 10 mile race a month ago and a 15K this weekend NOT be starting over.

I WAS SUPPOSED TO BE TRAINING FOR A PR!!

PLAN B:

7 weeks after breaking my foot, I would have to be running 3 miles comfortably to start this plan today.

I am not!

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12 week plan – the plan I used for my last injury recovering half marathon

PLAN C:

This one would start on Aug. 19 with 2 miles.

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With any luck, I can follow Plan C.  (I am not sold on an 8 week plan especially after an injury so there is still a chance I will not do the race.)

But if I decide to do it, I will do what I can. I will walk when I have to.

It may be my slowest time yet but I WILL FINISH!

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Happy Running! Any advice on training for a half marathon after injury?

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One thought on “The Plan

  1. Good luck! You’re like me – always having several contingency plans. I would start Plan C and see what happens. It’s ok if you have to slow down and it’s ok if you have to walk. Listen to what your foot is telling you and just take it one day at a time. (All of this is advice I should be taking to heart for myself, mind you!). Hang in there!

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