If you want to make sure you actually run regularly, then use visual motivators.
They are a wonderful way to remind yourself of your goals, your intent and purpose.
Some visual motivators include: post it notes with your goals on your bathroom mirror. Inspirational quotes strategically placed that motivate you to pull on those running shoes. Carry a motivating picture with you – a picture of you in your first race, a photo of someone you know who encourages you, or even an ad from a magazine – Nike and other big companies come out with some great ones regularly.
Put those things that would remind you of your priority and purpose right in front of you so you don’t lose focus. Keep your focus to keep going!
Day 1: Introduction – You are here 🙂
Day 2: Start Small, Build Slow
Day 3: It Doesn’t Have To Be Boring
Day 4: Stitches
Day 5: Keep a Diary
Day 6: Dangerous Thoughts
Day 7: Week 1 Done – Some Suggestions
Day 8: Treadmill Training – Baby it’s cold (or raining) outside
Day 9: A Motivational Quote for You
Day 10: Distractions
Day 11: Partner Up!
Day 12: Another Motivational Quote to Ponder
Day 13: A Word on Dehydration and Motivation
Day 14: Week 2 Flew! Check in
Day 15: Mornings
Day 16: Visual Motivators
Day 17: Hills