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MRSMYRICK Posts: 19
8/25/13 12:19 A

Boilham... thank you for the advice. I don't run every day. I typically will every other day with walking inbetween.

Push as hard as you can, and then push a little more.
BOILHAM Posts: 1,985
8/24/13 7:24 A

My best tip is to not be over zealous. So easy to overdue running and get an injury that will put a stop to your running while you heal. Take it slow and do not run every day, leave time for rest. I wish someone had told me this when I first started.

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MRSMYRICK Posts: 19
8/23/13 9:10 P

Thank you for your help ZORBS... and FYI, I like your quote. emoticon

Push as hard as you can, and then push a little more.
RIVETPA Posts: 1,177
8/20/13 8:52 A

good information here, thanks - I currently have been doing 5km runs and a friend of mine often does 10km runs.. I have avoided running with him because I haven't run that far before.


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8/20/13 8:14 A

I didn't follow a plan to get from 5-10K. I kept my 2 midweek runs at 2-3 miles, and then extended the 3rd weekend run by 1K each week.

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8/20/13 8:09 A

You are welcome. Good luck as you progress to the 10k finish line. Keep up the great work.

MRSMYRICK Posts: 19
8/20/13 12:56 A

Thank you so much for your suggestion.... I printed off his 10k Novice training guide.

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8/19/13 8:18 A

Hal Higdon is another great resource for training plans:

www.halhigdon.com/

MRSMYRICK Posts: 19
8/19/13 5:06 A

Thank you so much... I thought I had looked with sparkpeople but obviously I OVERlooked it. :o)

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MOTIVATED@LAST Posts: 14,598
8/19/13 3:10 A

Try Spark Your Way to a 10K.
www.sparkpeople.com/resource/fitness_artic
les.asp?id=599


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.
MRSMYRICK Posts: 19
8/19/13 2:11 A

I am nearly done with the 5k training guide provided by sparkpeople (I lack roughly a week and a half). I was wondering if any folks know a free user friendly guide to aid in my progression from a 5k to a 10k? Also, any tips from experienced runners would be excellent... I am still quite a newbie. emoticon

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