Feb 12, 2014

My No-Pressure 10K Training Plan

I love running, especially races.  So, for my birthday this year, I'm planning a girls' trip to Dallas to Run the Women Rock Dallas 10K end of March.  I'm also going to take full advantage of the Dallas Texas Temple do a session with those who are able and interested while I'm there.  I can't think of a
better way to celebrate my birthday than by doing my favorite activities with my closest girl friends.
 Here it is, the training plan I'll be following for the next seven weeks as I prepare for the 10K.  Since I'm recovering from an injury, I needed a plan to help me ease back into running nice and easy to keep me healthy and injury free.  This race, I'm not looking to achieve a personal best.  But I do intend to run the entire distance.  That is just what this plan is geared toward.

 Feel free to join me in my training!  I started on Monday, but jump in at any point within the first two weeks and comment on your progress.  I'll be posting weekly picture collages of my progress each week so my readers can track my improvement.

This training plan is inspired by an OHM! Fit program and the Women's Health 10K Plan on womenshealthmag.com/10K.  OHM! Fit is a side business my best friend Jenna and I do in our spare time as appropriate.  We write fitness and nutrition plans and do some in-person fitness training.  If you are interested in learning more about OHM! Fit, please check out our facebook site at www.facebook.com/ohmfit.

1 comment:

  1. I tried this plan for 5K race. It was fun, it was easy and it worked! I especially love that it has long runs on Fridays, cause I can have weekends for my family :) (you know, after long run I want only 3 things: eat, sleep and eat again :D)


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