Reblogged from: My Journey
My reason for sharing this is because I can definitely relate to this! At one point I was training for a half-marathon. There is no drug better than a runner’s high. If you don’t agree, then you simply haven’t experienced one (imo).
Either way, there are some great tips to get into or back into running. For me, running with someone is out of the question. I’m a solo runner and someone being near me throws off my concentration. I like the other accountability options though.
Since the New Years Day race I said I was going to run a lot more. I think I said it while I was still on a runners high!
Because since then I only managed to go for a run Thursday.
And it was a horrible run. I felt like such a fattie running (which may have been the massive pizza, garlic bread and cheesecake I ate for lunch that day!) and I felt like I was running quite fast. But sadly not, I was much slower than my normal pace.
I am going to my local Parkrun tomorrow morning. I’m not motivated to run but I will go. I just need to get out the door.
And that is the hardest thing to do.
Source: Pfit Blog
To get me (and you, if you’re struggling) out the door, these…
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