Breaks in training consistency can happen for so many reasons. You can get sick, go on vacation, get busy at work, need extended recovery after a race, or find yourself injured. The key to long term improvement is not that you cannot ever take a break, it’s how to come back successfully. The road back to running will not be identical for everyone, but there are some safer guidelines to follow.
Running is not a perfectly smooth path
If you have taken a step back from running for whatever reason, you need a plan to comeback
The comeback is physical and mental
If you missed a couple days because you “didn’t have time”
If you missed a week without an injury
Missed a week because of injury
Missed a few weeks with illness
You had a big race and oops a month has gone by and you ran 2-3 times
Stay focused on establishing good routines as you build back up
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