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Ready to run? Whether you are signing up for your first 5k or 10k or your 50th, following a training plan can help you meet your goals. Outlined below are both a beginner and advanced plan for runners wanting to complete a 5k or 10k race. These plans include 3 main run days, with a 4th being an easy run or another cross training day. It is important to take a rest day and to not run more than two consecutive days in a row to prevent injury. If you are a new runner I advise not over training past the race distance, more seasoned athletes can push a mile or so past the race distance in training. Great cross training activities are swimming, yoga, strength training, cycling, and Pilates. There are several local races in our community throughout the year. Please contact Abby if you need help finding the right race for you at aluedecke@dmbclubs.com

- Aby Luedecke

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