If you’re looking to move up to long distance running, find out how you need to change your running training to reach your goal.
In athletics, a ‘long distance’ run is considered anything over 5k or 3 miles – and there are plenty of distances that qualify from half marathons right through to full marathons.
If the furthest you run is 5k then try to stay at the lower end of the scale and move up to a 10k training plan. But if you’re comfortably running a 10k race without any recovery problems, then half or even full marathon training could be a good goal – all it takes is a few changes to your training.
Choosing the distance is vital – if you know what you’re aiming for, you can set up a training plan designed to help you build up your distance and reach your goal.
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