164: How To Find Consistency Without MotivationOct 22, 2020
Most runners understand the idea of consistency and how small consistent steps can pay off with a huge reward. Major milestones are not reached overnight, and meteoric rises are usually followed by similar falls. Runners, especially long distance runners, understand the idea of grinding out for rewards. We search for the appropriate inspiration and motivation to keep training. Motivation wanes, but a deeper understanding is unflappable.
Highlights of the Episode
The 3 steps more important than motivation
Motivation will get you to start a run and may help finish a run
What it means to become a runner and living a healthy lifestyle
Running as one aspect of your overall health
The balance of pushing hard and recovery
How commitment leads to action that creates consistency and enjoyment
Building a more positive attitude towards running
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