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How to Start Running Consistently

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How to Start Running Consistently

Monday Monday Monday…

It just never stops being Monday…

In all honesty, I sometimes have a hard time with Mondays.

I get lazy with my desires and let the busyness of life plow through the things I really want.
Monday is almost always my start date for a lot of my deepest desires and I’m not alone in this thinking.
A huge percentage of you feel the same; almost 95% of you!

It’s just the way we are!

Consistency Running Training Today

If you’ve just started running, run/walking or walking or have been running for awhile and can’t find consistency…

Or  – If you have all the training plans you need, new outfits, and the perfect weather and still can’t find time to get out there and workout consistently…

You need a better mindset and information on how to get consistent with you workouts!

Here are some tips you need to know to get out there.

  • Look at your desire more seriously. Like any other problem, it needs your immediate attention!
  • Shine the light on your desire!

    How to Start Running Consistently

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  • Grab a paper and write down what you want to be accomplished for this week and this week only.
  • Then schedule it just like an appointment.
  • Write it down and put the paper in a place where you will see it all the time.
  • Do it!
  • If it worked, repeat the process for next week.
  • If it didn’t work, realize this is a learning/turning point for you to take a look at your learning curve. Look at what got in the way and what needs to be changed.
  • Starting any new habit involves the going through of bumps and hurdles. This is par for the course of building a habit and learning.
  • Acknowledge, as with any good habit, building a habit is not an instant process and needs your time.

Your desire is not going to happen by itself you need action.

Why should I write down my desire? ~ How to Start Running Consistently

  • We tend to not skip out on appointments if they are written down and scheduled.
  • You can see what you are learning and what will work best for you!
  • You will have an easier time figuring out how you are going to wrap your mind around your desire. If you see it in front of you throughout your day it’s easier for you to comprehend how to get there.

How to start running consistently in this running video.

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Leave a comment and let me know your thoughts on how you start a habit of exercise.

Learn to run a 5K in 6 weeks

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Learn To Run a 5K in 6 Weeks

The scenario may go like this…Learn To Run 5K in 6 Weeks You start running and feel good and you might even run 5 or 6 days a week. But when it all comes down to it you feel a bit lost on what direction or goals you’re moving towards.

How to train for a 5K race?

It ‘s not that hard, as a matter of fact, if you started training today, you could be running or run/walking your first 5K in 6 weeks.

“Learn to Run a 5K in 6 weeks”  – Here are 5 things to prepare you…

1. Find a race in your area and sign up. Don’t be afraid if you think you’re not ready because lots of 5K races involve walking. Make sure you look for a race that offers both.

2. Talk to your doctor first, so he/she can give you clearance on tackling this running adventure. Lots of people enter an exercise program without telling their doctor and then end up getting sidelined because of problems that could have been avoided. The doctor knows best! I especially recommend you get a check up if you are over 40 and have a history of health issues. Take a 5K program and you and your doctor can customize the program for your health.

Learn to run a 5K in 6 weeks

3. Check you running shoes and make sure they are not worn. Ask yourself some of these questions. How old are they? Do you use them just for running? Is it time to get a new pair? Running shoes that are old and worn will cause injuries.

4. Make a promise to yourself that you will maintain consistency. Write it down on a piece a paper and have it so you see it every day. X all the days you will run on a calendar that you use frequently. Tell friends and family what you plan to do.

5. Run with a partner or group to keep you motivated. Have another friend join in your journey and enter the race with you. The best part of running is being able to talk to someone about what you’ve accomplished and problems you need to change.

Please leave a comment in the section below if you’ve run a 5K and how it made you feel.

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