The Brighton Half Marathon 2021 training plan will be available in the autumn of 2020 and we will email all entrants to advise when it is live.
The training plan is a 16-week schedule (see the plan from 2020 here). You can of course start it later, but for beginners and those looking to start training early, 16 weeks is healthy amount of time to train for the half marathon distance so you build the mileage slowly and help to avoid injury. The plan is suitable for all levels.
If you live and train locally, RunBrighton is a local running group where you’ll be able to enjoy the company of well over 100 runners every week on their long training runs. These go through to the Brighton Half Marathon and beyond to the Spring Marathon season. Membership also gives you access to a range of other benefits including seminars & workshops, on-going advice, a choice of weekly training schedule based on your level of experience, discounts on numerous local running products and services, and periodic social events.
For full details and to sign up, take a look at the RunBrighton website.
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