sessions to prepare for the race. If youre a relative newcomer, it should allow you to learn to run with a degree of efficiency and economy. Regular runners can use the fortnight to fine-tune their existing fitness and practice running at 10K pace
here: one for runners who can spare three days a week to train; one for five days a week; and one for six or seven days a week. Each option loosely relates to a range of target 10K times, and these are shown at the top of each schedule. The most basic
’ll definitely be able to get round a 10K one way or another, so there’s nothing to be afraid of. The first step is to start building up your training distances in small increments to improve your endurance. It’s easiest if you integrate the training into your
1. Southport MAD DOG Seaside 10K, MerseysideDate in 2012: February 12This year’s 10K top dog, a flat race taking in town, country and seaside scenery, also comes highly recommended for beginners. With chip timing, a medal, a techical tee memento (in
, August 14 This race was voted top London 10K in 2008 and has continued to perform well since. The route, through East London's leafy Victoria Park, is well thought out, with runners praising the mix of speed and scenery on offer. The cream cheese bagels
get. The Crowborough 10K is two-lap tour of the local surrounding rural and urban area. And with a typical start at a local school, and a fast descent down Crowborough Hill, you might be forgiven for thinking that a PB is on the cards. With the mile
Running doesn't get better than this. The 10K is a classic distance that covers all the bases - it's far enough to test you to the limit without shattering beginners in a way that a longer event can, yet short enough to be doable in a satisfyingly
Petersham Meadows, next to Richmond ParkWe're delighted to put our support behind the Chris Brasher Memorial 10K in London's Richmond Park on June 20. It should be a smashing day out in a glorious venue, all in memory of the single most influential
Where and when? Saturday, September, 27, Harwich, Essex.What is it? If you’re looking for an event with a more European flavour, this might fit the bill. With more than 500 runners making the trip from Holland, Belgium and Germany, the Discovery is an ideal opportunity to test ...
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