Globe & Mail Article: How do I train for a 10K race?

How do I train for a 10K race? The question: I’m training for a 10-kilometre race. Every week I run one three-km run, three five-km runs and one long run that progressively increases from six to 12 km. All of my runs are at the same pace. Am I missing anything?

The answer: Replace the three-km run with a weight workout and make sure that you stretch after each run. Focus on strengthening your lower body and core. Strength training and stretching will help prevent running related muscular imbalances and injuries. Read More

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