If you've been following either of the training plans I posted, you will know that it is time for the next four week cycle.
If the first four week block, you have built your run distance up to nearly 2 miles. In this next phase, we will build you to 3 miles which is just shy of the 5K (3.1 miles) mark for race day. The walking breaks are getting shorter and the running blocks are getting longer; just want you need to feel strong and race ready!
As with the 5K plan, and most training plans, you won't actually run 10K (6.2 miles) until race day. This is purposeful and should not cause you worry. The fitness you have built through the 8 week plan will easily carry you the "extra" distance on race day. The plan is pretty cut and dry from here on out. Continue to build your long mileage on Sunday and pay attention to recovery on Mondays.
Run for your lives!