Start Running! A 5k Training Schedule for Beginners, Tony Yang
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Tony Yang

Start Running! A 5k Training Schedule for Beginners

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You can run a 5K. All you need is 30 minutes three to four times a week. Really.

You’ve taken the first step, by reading this book.

Perhaps you’ve already signed up for a 5K, and don’t have the faintest idea what that entails. Perhaps you’re setting a personal or professional goal, or you need to get fit for health reasons. Or perhaps, like many, you’re sick of being out of breath, tired, and generally feeling uninspired.

Much of running is mental, and as long as you keep putting one foot in front of the other, you will succeed in running a 5K.
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Jan Knudsen
Jan Knudsenhas quoted2 years ago
For more advanced runners, just add mileage and times in 25% increments or by a quarter (0.25) of a mile each run.
Jiří Werner
Jiří Wernerhas quoted4 years ago
MON TUE WED THUR FRI SAT SUN 1/2 MAX PU WK 10-15 MINS 1/2 MAX SU WK 10-15 MINS 1/2 MAX PU WK 10-15 MINS 1/2 MAX SU
MURU VASA
MURU VASAhas quoted4 years ago
You set a goal and make a plan, then follow that plan.
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