The general advice is to add no more than 10% to your distance each week, to give your body the chance to adapt to the new demands you are making.
So 7 weeks should be fine for you to do transition to a 10K.
The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.
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7/12/13 12:25 A
I did my first 5k race in April and loved it. I have my choice of signing up for.another 5k or a 10k in early September. I regularly do 5k. Today I did 4 miles and so far I am not sore (we will see if I can get out of bed tomorrow).
Is it reasonable to think I could do a 10k in early September? Or is that increasing distance too quickly?
First 5k -April 2013 10k - Sept 2013 1:23:00 May 18, 2014, 1:00:26 Sept 7,2014 55:21 May 17, 2015 52:23 First Half Marathon - Oct 5, 2014 2:10:32
10k PR - 52:23 May 17, 2015
Initial goal weight reached Dec 10, 2013 (80 pounds lost) 90 pounds lost as of Feb 18, 2014. 100 pounds lost as of May 2014 Maintaining at 97 lbs lost as of May 2015
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