When is the best time to run a 10K?

Aerobic exercise

Posted September 25, 2018 09:54:06 It’s not often that I get to run the 10K in the first place, but it feels so right to finally have the opportunity to do so. 

It was just two months ago that I started training for the New Year, so it’s a bit early to start thinking about the exact date.

However, I’m definitely looking forward to running a few marathons during this time of year.

The first was in March, and I ended up completing the race in the same week I took a month off work. 

I’m a big fan of the running community, and so far I’ve only ever run a couple of marathos in the past year. 

But now that I’m on the fence about whether I want to do a 10k in the summer, I thought I’d share my thoughts on when to run it.

I also want to emphasise that my advice is to only do it when it’s safe to do it. 

For example, I would never do it in August. 

Running in July is generally considered safe, but the last two years I’ve had to run in August because of an illness that required me to be hospitalized in August to recover. 

In August, if I had to do that again, I wouldn’t do it at all.

In August I’ve always had a strong body of work, and even though I’ve never done a marathon before, I think I have a pretty good track record, so I think it’s probably safe.

I wouldn’t say it’s the perfect time to do 10Ks, but for a number of reasons, I definitely don’t think it would be in the best interest of my body. 

The biggest one is that I can’t run in my mid-40s.

So I wouldn`t do it, but at the same time I’d also probably have to run one or two races that are in my 40s to be sure. 

Also, I don’t want to put myself in a position where I`m over-trained. 

If I was to run 10K marathies in my 20s, I’d probably end up suffering from some pretty serious injuries, so that would probably be the biggest risk. 

However, it would still be fun.

I don`t know if I would ever do it again, but I know I wouldnʙt want to.

It would be a great challenge and it would give me a new challenge every year, so the biggest thing would be for me to get to a place where I feel comfortable doing it.

Now, if you do do a couple, don’t forget to get a tattoo, don`ts have to be a professional runner.

Just do it! 

I can only think of one other 10K, and that was in 2012 in New York City. 

You have to get the tattoos, which I think is super important. 

What do you think about running a 10,000m in your 40s? 

Have you ever done a 10km?