How to train for your first 10k

By June 13, 2016Run

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Every year, tens of thousands of runners flock to popular spring and summer 10K events. The 10k is a great distance. It’s not as much pressure as a half or full marathon, but you can still push yourself far and have fun while doing it. If you have at least eight weeks between now and race day, you’ve got plenty of time to build up to completing 6.2 miles safely and comfortably.

Check out this training advice from Runner’s World and start running towards a 10k!

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