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I have been reading on this forum for a little while & decided it was time to sign up & ask for some advice. I started with the C25k program in July as I wanted to get into running. Using a handy app on my iphone & following the walk run program I am now comfortable at running 5k twice a week in around the 30-35 mins mark.
So last week I began the transition on to 10k now. I'm using the C210k plan (Again with the same companies 10k app) I have simply started on the next planned run after reaching the 5k or running for 30mins plan.
I'm hoping to get to running 10k or 60 mins non stop by the 28th Feb based on 2 runs a week. I know most plans say to run 3 times a week but I feel my body reacts better to two runs with increased rest time.
I want to run the Bupa 10k in London the 27th May & need some advice on what to do when I get to running 10k or for 60mins non stop to help me get ready & not to overtrain etc.
I'm 30 years old & am loving the feeling running gives me but would love to complete a 10k with no injury rather than smashing 60 mins at the expense of my body etc.
All comments are welcome.