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I agree with Eric. The biggest mistake you can make is to remove or lower your weights. Keep the intensity up and if necessary, lower the volume by a set or two. I would try and get three sessions in a week, but keep them short. No more than half an hour. Stick with compound movements.
A lot depends on what you mean by "training" for your half marathon. Are you just trying to finish it, are you looking to get under 1:30, are you trying to qualify for a higher level race? Those are big differences in training intensity. The best I've found is going into running mode with a decent amount of mass, and then making sure you're lifting heavy ...
As you said, there are several theories and it looks like most are supported by some facts or science. So in the end, my answer is no approach is effective for everybody. Just try it and check how does it work for you. We are not all equal and something that may work for you could not be effective on a different person. Now to get more concrete, I did ...
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