1. Race for Life
  2. Prepare for your event
  3. Training plans
  4. 10k Training plans

10k Training plans

Woman at Race for Life

These training plans will help you prepare for your Race for Life 10k whatever your fitness level or experience.

The experts from our training partner RunningWithUs have designed them so you’ll be ready for the start line in just 6 weeks.

Whether you plan to walk, jog or run we’re here to support you as you take on the challenge.

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Top Tips

Event participant

- Warm up and cool down to avoid injury.

- Try out some of the Fit in 4 exercises in the plan to help build your core strength and stamina.

- Pace yourself, you don’t need to sprint off in your first session.

- Plan to train with friends so you can’t pull out last minute.

Keep fit after your event

Pink heart

Obesity is a proven cause of cancer. Continuing to train after your event and eating healthily can help reduce your risk of getting the disease.

Running clubs in your area

We know that jogging or running is more fun when shared with others, that’s why we’ve teamed up with RunTogether to help you prepare for big day. RunTogether Groups are fun, friendly organised jogs / runs, led by qualified and insured Run Leaders. There are more than 1,000 RunTogether Groups across England, suitable for all abilities.

 

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