You don’t need prior running experience to train for a 5k (3.1 miles). It’s a distance that welcomes walkers, joggers, and runners alike. Learn how to prepare for your 5K by completing the form below!

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If you’re not ready to run for 20 minutes straight, consider a run-walk combination (ex. run for 30 seconds, walk for 30 seconds and repeat).

If you’re looking for a little extra motivation, joining a running group can help hold you accountable for your training.

A great place to start is signing up for a race, which is the perfect way to seal your commitment to running.

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Running is a great way to get fit, healthy and set new goals for yourself. As one Back on My Feet Alumni member puts it, “Running forces you to get comfortable with being uncomfortable.” Click below to get your free tips on running a 5K.

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