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How to Conquer a Thanksgiving Day 5k – Drink Living Juice

Buckle up, Thanksgiving is on its way. For most people, this means a hearty feast with close friends or family. For others (perhaps more enthusiastic), Thanksgiving Day includes a 5km morning run, or “5km” as it is casually referred to. This is the American way to gain calories in the later afternoon.

5 kilos isn’t necessarily a small feat. Without the proper training and preparation, 3.1 miles can be a daunting endeavor. So, even though the 8-day notice might not be long enough to train properly, you can use this general framework the next time you decide to shoot for a race around the 5k mark.

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The table below is made for beginners, so it assumes that your ability to basically run is virtually non-existent. Feel free to increase your mileage or speed, but remember the basic principles that apply to nearly all fitness plans, regardless of discipline or sport: Be calm when you’re supposed to go easy, and work hard when you’re supposed to go hard. Full tilt training every day is a recipe for disaster, and studies have shown that incorporating more “easy days” than “hard days” results in faster finish times for long-distance runners. Basically, stay disciplined and know when to call him back.

week 1

Day 1: Run for 5 minutes, walk for 1 minute. Repeat 3 times.

the second day: rest or via train.

Day 3: Run 6 minutes, walk 1 minute. Repeat 3 times.

the fourth day: comfort.

Day 5: Run 7 minutes, walk 1 minute. Repeat 3 times.

the sixth day: rest or via train.

the seventh day: comfort.

week 2

Day 1: Run 7 minutes, walk 1 minute. Repeat 3 times.

the second day: rest or via train.

Day 3: Run for 8 minutes, walk 1 minute. Then, run vigorously for 1 minute, walk for 2 minutes, and repeat 3 times. Finish the 7-minute run, and the 1-minute walk.

the fourth day: comfort.

Day 5: Run 9 minutes, walk 1 minute. Repeat 3 times.

the sixth day: rest or via train.

the seventh day: comfort.

the third week

Day 1: Run for 10 minutes, walk for a minute. Repeat twice.

the second day: via train.

Day 3: Run for 12 minutes, walk 1 minute. Then run vigorously for one minute and walk for two minutes. Repeat 4 times.

the fourth day: comfort.

Day 5: Run 13 minutes, walk 1 minute. Repeat twice.

the sixth day: rest or via train.

the seventh day: comfort.

fourth week

Day 1: Run for 15 minutes, walk 1 minute. Repeat twice.

the second day: via train.

Day 3: Run for 17 minutes, walk for 1 minute. Then add two intervals where you run vigorously for one minute, and walk for two minutes.

the fourth day: comfort.

Day 5: Run for 19 minutes, walk for 1 minute, run for 7 minutes.

the sixth day: rest or via train.

the seventh day: comfort.

The fifth week

Day 1: Run for 20 minutes, walk for 1 minute, run for 6 minutes.

the second day: via train.

Day 3: Run for 15 minutes, walk 1 minute. Then run vigorously for one minute and walk for two minutes. Repeat 3 times.

the fourth day: comfort.

Day 5: He ran 26 minutes.

the sixth day: rest or via train.

the seventh day: comfort.

the sixth week

Day 1: Run for 20 minutes, walk for a minute. Then run vigorously for one minute and walk for two minutes. Repeat twice.

the second day: rest or via train.

Day 3: Run for 30 minutes.

the fourth day: comfort.

Day 5: Run for 20 minutes.

the sixth day: comfort.

the seventh day: Race day. Run 3.1 miles.