We are all busy.
There’s no question about that. But if we are trying to maintain consistency in our training, which really is the key to improving and reaching our running goals, we have to regularly be able to find time to run amid the craziness of life.
For me, the biggest key to my consistency in training has been becoming an early morning runner.
It wasn’t something that I really wanted to do, but it was the best option for me.
Because let’s be honest, if you wait to run until after work, there is a whole host of things that can screw your run up (family, work, traffic, etc.).
But if you get up at 4:30, take the dogs out real quick, and meet your running group at 5:15, you rarely run into a problem.
Funny how “life” isn’t even awake enough to screw up your run if you go early… Read more