Kevin G Been breaking HM training into 11.12km and 10km splits for pacing purposes. I love the 10km distance
Running a 10k is an excellent distance goal for new and intermediate runners. The 10k (6.2 miles) is a great milestone for any runner to have achieved. Hitting it will allow you to feel confident enough to participate to run 5k and 10k races to improve your running form. Start increasing the amount of time you're running for, to improve your running endurance, building up to the full 10k distance.
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“I did 10.35 Km in 49:57 .... that was a great feeling for me as my first 10 km run, heading for 15 Km, Good luck for the heroes who are in the first sign of the road to run :) Wish you the best.”
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Kat B Did my regular run on the treadmill which I noted is 4 miles or about 6.4 km. When I have the energy, 10k will be challenging but fun!
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Felice A my stat on the gps utilizing app on my phone is 10.08 km in 1:00:20. I don't know how accurate the measurement is, and I hesitate to hit the 'complete' button :/
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Vylisa A So, incredibly happy!! I mean big stupid smiley happy. Not only did I do this, but I didn't stop for a walk till I'd crossed the 10K line!! :D
Jenn B Excited, excited, excited....just completed my first 10km, even increased my speed today!! Happy Girl :0)
Andrea F Complete! This has been on my challenge list for a while now so it's good to finally be able to run this distance without stopping. 12km challenge - Hamilton Round the Bridges.
The elastic laces tip is a good one, everyone. Thanks for the great question and the helpful responses.
you can use elsastic lasces, they help when your feet exspand
Thanks Jo, just checked out all the videos. Thank you, I'm going to try this. Appreciate your answers ladies! :0)
Alrighty I'll try that next time....thank you Jane :0)
Hi Jenn, try loosening the laces, could be that your feet swell during the run and your runners become too tight
Jenn B Thought yesterday would have been the day...burnt out at 6.9km (morning run) for some reason. Going to eat something light and relax this morning and attempt again this afternoon! :0)
Dana J Did it again in 1:18...been 3 years since I did this distance...on my way to building up to a half marathon.
Davinia S Completed! 10k in 53.22. I was hoping I would do it in under an hour, but didn't think I'd be able to do it in under 55mins, so quite pleased! Although I started to get really tight lower calves after about 6k. Am hoping to make it a regular weekly run and then increase once I feel ready.
Keep going everyone, it's a great sense of achievement when you complete it!
Peter C Week 6 Day 3 - Dry at last. Still on 5 x 5min runs with 2 min walks. Broke 5k today which feels like progress.
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Peter C Started today. I'd completed the C25K a few weeks ago, but then went on holidays and am having dificuly getting remotivated. I am using the run double zero to 10k app - but started on week 6 (5min run, 2min walk x 5). Feels good to have restarted.
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Lesley D Ran 4 miles today, felt suprisingly good! Should I run the same distance tomorrow or less? Not sure.
Why not ask for some advice from other Challenge takers, or read some of the Challenge guides first?OK, I'll keep working at it!