4 comments on “The Top 7 Reasons I Hate Running 5k

  1. If you run a 5K in oh, Bishopville, you can navigate the whole town :).

    Honestly, I love the 5K because it draws runners of all abilities. It’s the obvious starting place for beginners, yes, but there are also 15 minute 5Kers out there sharing that race. It’s a good distance for a charity race, people who don’t run but they walk can complete it, etc.

    My 5Ks end up being about 7 miles. It takes me 2 miles to warm up, so I run that, race (or just do a faster-than-average tempo), then 2 mile cooldown.

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