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Usually, the more you do a thing, the better at that thing you get. Practice drawing a cartoon character, and you eventually get to draw that character perfectly.Logically, the more you run a 5k, the faster you'll get each time. Run it every week, eventually you'll feel ready to run it a few times a week, then every other day, then every day, then twice a day if you have the free time
Short bursts of speed followed by slower sections like 30 seconds of all out followed by 2 minutes of slow jog or even walking and expanding a little on the overall distance and sprint periods each day of training.
just keep doing it. that's the best way to build up stamina. keep doing it. pushing yourself further and further will invariably increase stamina. aside from that eating healthy and practicing a healthy lifestyle will help assist in building stamina
The best way to train your body in anything is to do more than you need, and to harder than you need to. In everything from weight training to endurance training, the body has to break itself down in some way to rebuild. Push the limit of what you can do and you'll improve, but do so safely.
you can build your stamina by running that 5k or doing as much as you can and trying to slowly increase the distance. i never been to any marathon but i would jog 4 miles and near the end i would sprint with all my energy to get me out of breath and worn out.
Speed comes through leg strength, so do your squats and lunges. Stamina is all about training consistently and doing longer distances. When I did 10ks I would run 10 miles to train my endurance, so 10k seemed easy.
5k is not long. Anyway You need to train ;-))))
For endurance mix between jogging and walking training everyday for longer distances like 10km. For speed mix between 100 m sprints and light jogging.
Endurance: simply run long times or long distancesSpeed: interval training
Drink milk and health food
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