Got a 10k run in April never done one before and have got to aim for best time I can. Been told the target is everyone finishing under 90 min which may seem easy to most. I’ve only been running a few month and do a 5k in about 47 min. So 10k in under 90 is going to be hard. I can manage 1k in under 10 min easily and continue at that pace easy enough so I’m going to aim for under 100 min. I can do 1k in under 8 min but wouldn’t be able to keep at that pace for any where near 10k. I’ve practiced on up slight hills and still manage km in under 10 min.
Tomorrow i I am going to do 10k preferably slow run all way but will walk if needed as I’m doing it to get extra £6 sponsor for local charity that’s helped me. I’m recording the run on an app that records runs you do. I’ve chosen a fairly easy run that’s level with few downward slopes, would prefer more mixed route but from where I am it’s only level and down hills. Depending how I am near end I may do last bit up hill just to see what time I get.