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How long is a 6K run?

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A 6K run is 3.728227153 miles long. Many men and women participate in 6K runs in competitions throughout the world as well as for fun and health reasons.

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How long is a 6K run?
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The hardest part about beginning a running workout in order to run a 6K race is finding the determination to stick with the program and to build the training into a habit. To begin, individuals should walk rather than run. It is best not to be overly ambitious or to create a program that is immediately too complex for a beginner. Start with walking 20 to 30 minutes each day, four days a week. Additional minutes can be added on to this workout for a warmup or cool down.

Once an individual has mastered the simple walking workout, it is time to start running. Turn those 20 to 30 minutes of walking a day into a light jog. Once beginner runners feel comfortable with jogging 20 to 30 minutes a day, four to five days a week, then they can consider racing and race training. Race training should always include a warm-up and cool down, which can be jogged at a leisurely pace or can be walked. A 6K run is a race that requires runners to run approximately 3.72 miles from start to finish. The next step is to submit an entry form for a local race

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