The Most Common Running Excuses And How To Deal With Laziness (#4 Is A Real Game-Changer) - runamarathon.net

The Most Common Running Excuses And How To Deal With Laziness (#4 Is A Real Game-Changer)


No Time

A pair of feet wearing blue shoes

Limited time is one of the most common excuses. Job, travel, family responsibilities, having a home, and even getting enough sleep takes time for everybody. Even if you value the subjective advantages of your life, such as health and vitality, it is often hard to quench them. Three days, five days or a week since your last running has passed before you know it. Here’s how to deal with it:

You should block out time for a run on your calendar. Just like you are planning a work meeting or a doctor’s appointment, schedule your runs.

Prepare for them beforehand by changing into your running clothes and making sure you have everything you need.

Analyze your schedule to decide what you are doing and look for things you can trim without regret.

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