QT: 5 Bad Running Habits That I Need to Work on Breaking
As I am continuing to work through the Success Principals by Jack Canfield, I came across an interesting nugget today.
Did you know that up to 90% of the things that we do on a daily basis are habitual in nature?
That number kind of blew me away too, but the more I thought about it (and read the examples cited in the book) the more I realized that number is probably pretty accurate.
But whatever the number actually is, can we agree that most of what we regularly do is habitual?
Your Habits Predict Your Results
Good habits produce good results.
Bad habits, bad results.
Simple enough, right?
So if you want to improve as a runner, or in any avenue of your life, you have two choices that will likely bring you the results you desire. You can either implement some new good habits or you can eliminate some old bad habits.
And let’s be honest, we all have some bad running habits. Read more