Four weeks is long enough to improve your fitness and put a little edge of speed in your legs. If you’re committed to running a 10K in four weeks’ time, this training plan looks at running three times a week to improve your performance over the 10K distance.
- This schedule builds up to running 10km in 4 weeks.
- Build up and start with 3 training sessions a week. If you want to do more, you can add in a 4rd session.
- Make sure that you can still talk when running; if this is not possible, reduce your pace.
On the internet, you can find loads of training and running schedules; click HERE for a few handy links for calculating a training schedule or creating a regular schedule.