This time last summer as I training for my first 5K! After walking my first 5K and completing the “5K Learn to Run Training Program”. I moved onto a training program that would have me running more consistently, so that I would have the endurance needed to complete my second 5K. The training program that began to use helped shift my focus from how many minutes I was running to mileage. When it came to the 5K, it did not matter that I could run for 30 minutes. What was most important is that I would be able to run the 3.1 mile distance.
Here is the link to the Training for Your First 5K program that I used from Runner’s World.