I´ve looked a bit on your plan and aimed at different things to better suit that you seem very ambitious.
It is clear that you are a beginner still when you run faster on your 10 k than your 5 k. And then you have a-sorry to say it-unrealistic goal at 1:50 for your half marathon in relation to your last 10 k time. But I think you should have the chance because you work on and because you are still in a meteoric run development. So maybe it can be done-it depends on a few things that you must love me:
-On the one hand, be careful not to get injured a lot. For example it takes really long time to get used to the new loads in joints and tendons, though the muscles and fitness can easily follow along. So you must adhere VERY strongly that when the plan says you must run slowly, there is a sense with that. Brands you should at least go into the plan during the week-> edit and remove a day from the week. The same, if for other reasons will have to skip a day of. The plan addresses the possibly subsequent weeks after how it goes.
-On the one hand, you should only do this if you are so ambitious, as I sense and will not be disappointed if it does not succeed in Chicago to 1:50. Certainly, it is that you will learn a part of training and competition and your best running performances is enough anyway 4-5 years in the future, so it´s going to come.
Against this background, I´ve increased your level and your plan to a more ambitious runs. It means a little more volume, faster tidere, etc. Try to look at it and see what you think.
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