There is something magical about the 10K distance. On one hand, running 6.2 miles demands your respect and attention, but on the other, it isn’t so far that you can’t train for it—and run several 10Ks—in one season. It’s one step beyond the 5K and a great segue to the half or full marathon distance.
Now that you’ve built your mileage and successfully tackled a 5K, training for a 10K is well within your reach. Here are 10 tips for training and racing for a 10K in 10 weeks.
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