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This is my first post so please go easy!
I have always kept fit but am new to running a bit more seriously. On Sunday I completed the Maidenhead Half Marathon in 1 hour 32 mins 15 secs. It was my first race but I had trained hard 4 days a week for 11 weeks.
I loved the experience of racing and am now going to sign up to the Peterborough half on October 13th. My question is, how can I give myself the best possible chance of breaking 90 mins?
I got my training program from the Asics website and it served me well but was pretty basic: a mix of very slow jog (circa 9:30/mi), tempo run (circa 7:20/mi) and long weekend run (7:45/mi to 8:30/mi).
So far I've done no intervals, hills or any of that good stuff.
I realise it's a tight schedule, but any advice on how to use my time over the next 4-5 weeks would be much appreciated. Again, I will have 4 days a week (possibly 5 for two of the weeks.)