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Run A 10K

Endurance with Michelle Khare

This 5 week all-levels challenge will show you step by step how to build up to a 10K (6.2 Miles). These workouts are based on the exact plans I’ve followed previously to succeed in my longest distance runs. I will guide you t... more

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Sessions (30)

Week 1 • Day 1
4.77/5
3
30 min
Week 1 • Day 2
4.83/5
3
30 min
Week 1 • Day 3
4.89/5
3
30 min
Week 1 • Day 4
4.94/5
3
30 min
Week 1 • Day 5
4.97/5
3
30 min
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Details

Category
Running
Duration
5 weeks,
Level
Beginner
Location
Outdoor

Frequently Asked Questions

What do I need to participate?
* A treadmill or area around your neighborhood to run. If you’re unsure of places near you, I highly recommend checking out routes near you on Strava.com :) * Some light weights * Running shoes -- I LOVE the Brooks Glycerin 20s! :) * Some exercises require a pull-up bar or a box. If you do not have access to a pull-up bar, do another exercise that works the same muscle group or an arm exercise (E.g: Pushups, Single-Arm-Dumbbell Row). For any exercise that requires a box, use a sturdy chair or a staircase to do the exercise.
What’s the schedule?
Each week will consist of six training days: - Three days for running - Two days for bodyweight strength training - One day for active recovery. This consistent training should bring you closer to reaching your first ever 10km!
How can I ask you questions?
Message me in the app for any questions you have. I do my best to review ALL comments and make any recommended changes. I LOVE hearing about your progress! I would also love to see your progress pictures and videos of you on runs. Tag me on Instagram (@michellekhare).

Frequently Asked Questions

What do I need to participate?
* A treadmill or area around your neighborhood to run. If you’re unsure of places near you, I highly recommend checking out routes near you on Strava.com :) * Some light weights * Running shoes -- I LOVE the Brooks Glycerin 20s! :) * Some exercises require a pull-up bar or a box. If you do not have access to a pull-up bar, do another exercise that works the same muscle group or an arm exercise (E.g: Pushups, Single-Arm-Dumbbell Row). For any exercise that requires a box, use a sturdy chair or a staircase to do the exercise.
What’s the schedule?
Each week will consist of six training days: - Three days for running - Two days for bodyweight strength training - One day for active recovery. This consistent training should bring you closer to reaching your first ever 10km!
How can I ask you questions?
Message me in the app for any questions you have. I do my best to review ALL comments and make any recommended changes. I LOVE hearing about your progress! I would also love to see your progress pictures and videos of you on runs. Tag me on Instagram (@michellekhare).
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Comments

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Emma 5h ago
Felt good. Didn’t know I would feel so comfortable running that distance as someone who hasn’t done much in a while
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Vince 1d ago
I totally forgot these weeks existed. I've been repeating Week 3 for a while. 🤣 Now that groundhog week is over. I'm ready to take on these new(at least to me) workouts in strides!
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Emma 1d ago
Good workout for the beginning of the 5 weeks. Definitely made me sweat!!
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Rodin 16d ago
Amazing work Michele!
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Jaime 1mo ago
It feels so great to compare where I was when I started vs where I am now and see my progress! It hasn’t been easy but I’m proud of myself for sticking with it!
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Jaime 1mo ago
Ran this yesterday and it felt great! Probably the best and most confident I’ve felt during a run so far!