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GRANDMAFRANNY Posts: 5,855
7/15/13 1:34 A





ENJOY THE WALK KEEP THE PEDOMETER GOING AND BE SURPRISED HOW THE 5K OR 10K WILL COME TO YOU W/ EASE. GOOD LUCK.

AMANDAREB SparkPoints: (4,069)
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7/13/13 1:45 P

Totally. Enjoy the 10K!

SPOORK Posts: 1,193
7/13/13 12:54 A

You have more than enough time.

ELEPHANTSOUL Posts: 177
7/13/13 12:19 A

Almost two months, seems practical.

HANA11 SparkPoints: (42,850)
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7/12/13 1:59 A

I think you should be fine with the 10k. Good luck:)

MOTIVATED@LAST Posts: 14,420
7/12/13 1:43 A

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.

M@L

RAVELGIRLY SparkPoints: (52,347)
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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?

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