The Runner’s Guide to Loving Gravity

Half Marathon Average Time Chart

The Runner’s Guide to Loving Gravity: Half Marathon Times Indoor Track or Outdoor Track?

Indoor track: A half marathon race usually starts from a starting point at an indoor track. You will start off on the same course that you ran on during your regular training session. This means that you are going to have to change up your routine and it may take some time before you get used to running indoors. However, if you want to train for a longer distance race such as a full marathon then this would be ideal for you.

Outdoor track: An outdoor half marathon race usually takes place from an open field where runners do not need any special equipment or clothing. Running outdoors gives you the freedom to move around freely without having to worry about getting lost. The only disadvantage of this type of race is that there is no safety net when things go wrong.

What Are Some Reasons Why One Should Choose Indoor Track Over Outdoor Track?

You don’t mind changing up your routine: Most people prefer running outside because they like being able to move around freely and they enjoy moving their body.

Sources & references used in this article:

Matters of Gravity: special effects and supermen in the 20th century by R Joslin – 2003 – Macmillan

Runner’s World Complete Guide to Trail Running by S Bukatman – 2003 – books.google.com

Method and mechanism for recovering metal by DS Barrios – 2003 – books.google.com