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Committed runners from all over the world have set new PRs with the Hansons training program--the same approach that has
turned Hansons-Brooks Distance Project runners into champions. Now in Hansons Half-Marathon Method, the Hansons-Brooks
team shares its unique, winning approach to the popular half-marathon distance. With half-marathon training programs for
intermediate and advanced runners, as well as a welcoming Just Finish Program for newer runners, Hansons Half-Marathon
Method prepares all athletes for their best performance.
Hansons athlete and coach Luke Humphrey explores the differences between the Hansons method and other training programs
and then shows runners how to make the Hansons half-marathon training program their own. He guides runners through
choosing the right training plan and offers a practical guide to setting race finish time goals. Humphrey reveals the
Hansons approach to precise half-marathon pacing, showing runners how to find their most effective paces for the Hansons
SOS ("something of substance" ) workouts--speed, strength, tempo, long, and easy runs. He coaches runners on how to
modify the plans to work around busy schedules and missed workouts. He answers frequently asked questions on switching
workout days, managing fatigue, incorporating races into training, and adding mileage.
Runners will benefit from the Hansons' advice on finding the best shoes for distance running and their veteran tips on
avoiding common stumbling blocks during race week, at the expo, at the start line, and after the race. The Hansons
science-based approach to half-marathon pacing, nutrition, and hydration will ensure that runners cross the finish line
Hansons Half-Marathon Method lays out the most effective way to train for a half-marathon, developed by one of the most
accomplished running groups in the nation. Using the Hansons way, runners can forge a breakthrough half-marathon