Posted: Today at 16:50
I'd start of a bit more generally and train up or your going to get yourself injured. For a good 10k time wouldn't really worry about that because if your worring about what everyone else is doing you might worry to much.
Decent trainer's are a good idea generally and if you get yourself down to any reasonal running shop they can do a gait test for you and sell you something that will fit how you run. once you've worked that out just buy the next pair of the internet cheaper like the rest of us if you deside you like running.
There are a few 10k plans out there I'd give them a google and see what fit's you. As a time for a first 10 with no training 1:10 isn't bad.
You might find this useful if any good. http://www.runnersworld.co.uk/beginners/your-first-10k-five-easy-steps/6843.html#historysub