I'm going to run/train for the 5k, my husband thinks I can cut my time way down and honestly I really want to try! Personally I love the 5k, it's hard to get just right... start too fast and you fizzle. Start too slow and you can't make up the time. It's really a gut-check, also humbling. You can only give it your best guess! I'm going to start with a good aerobic base, move into some hill and anaerobic training, coordination and taper, as close to Lydiard style training as I can! I am hoping to cut down my time and learn as much as possible in the meantime!