Run a 10K
The 10K (6.2 miles) distance is becoming popular. For most, this is the next distance to conquer after the 5K. The time commitment to train for a 10K is not as extensive as it would be for a half or full marathon.
Below are plans developed for various levels of your fitness. If this is your first 10K, the Beginner plan is for you. If you are looking for more of a challenge and have run a 10K before, then the Intermediate plan may be for you. For the most experienced runners out there, the Advanced plan is for you.
All of the plans cover twelve-weeks of training. The plans assume that you have no major health problems, are in reasonably good shape, and have done at least some jogging or walking. You will want to make sure that you consult with your doctor before beginning any strenuous workout.
Time to put on those running shoes and get started!