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Half Marathon Training Schedules: 12-, 16- and 20-Week Plans

Get ready for your half marathon in three, four or five months with these training schedules designed with long runs that gradually ease runners into building up their distance and get them mentally prepared to run 13.1 miles. See our half marathon training plan for beginning runners, our 16-week plan and our 20-week plan.

Recovery from a Running Injury: How to Come Back

One runner's personal story of the toll running injuries can take, and how to get your body -- and your mind -- back in shape for running again. More >>

Tips on How to Stretch, from Everwell.com

Learn better ways to stretch and how to incorporate stretching into your workout routine so you'll get the most from it, from our partners at Everwell.com. Also view video tips from Everwell on Buying Athletic Shoes, Running & Arthritis and Walking Tips.

Off The Beaten Path: Running the Beaches of Aruba

When I took a trip to Aruba recently for vacation, a run along the beach sounded like a great way to soak up some of the local atmosphere and get some good exercise in. This tiny country, 30 miles off the coast of Venezuela in the Caribbean, didn't disappoint. More >>

Race Stories: ING Georgia Marathon & Half-Marathon

Warm weather and sunny skies were the hallmarks of the day at the inaugural running of Atlanta's ING Georgia Marathon & Half Marathon, which welcomed an estimated 15,000 runners for the city's first-ever spring marathon and half-marathon event... More >>

Race Stories: Bermuda International Race Weekend

Coastal locations are about as perfect a spot for a road race as there is. And when you're at a location that's surrounded on all sides by water, that makes for even more possibilities for scenic views and breathtaking stretches of terrain along the way... More >>

Maintaining Your Mental Momentum

If you're anything like me, it's a dramatic understatement to say that training for a half or a full marathon can be difficult at times. Often, especially during longer training runs, I find myself counting distances or time segments like I'm counting sheep. ... More >>

Music For Running

If you've been a runner for any length of time, and especially if you've made the time commitment to train for a full or half marathon, inevitably you've listened to music on an mp3 player... More >>

Get Inspired: Words of Wisdom

Inspiring words and quotations from famous (and not-so-famous) runners to help get you going when those long training runs wear you down... More >>

How To Choose The Right Half Marathon For You

With literally hundreds and hundreds of half marathon races across the country and around the world to choose from, how do you pick the one to run that's right for you, particularly if you are a beginner? For most people, the answer is most likely driven... More >>

Off The Beaten Path: Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park

The first of an occasional series on runs of interest and note, both on and off the road, across the United States and around the world. In our first article, we profile Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park outside Atlanta, Georgia. More >>

SEE ALSO: Half Marathon Training Plans: 12-, 16- and 20-Week Schedules
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