Slipping on my running schedule

I have missed 3 days of running the past week. I cannot blame anything else other than my procastination and lack of motivation. I am waiting for my toy to track and monitor my performance, that should be no excuse. I hope to get back on the running trail, soon…

5 Comments to “Slipping on my running schedule”

  1. Bala! – for starters, congratulations on deciding to embark on the journey that is marathon training. You will get much more out of it than you put into it. I know you can do it and will be following your training regimen.Definitely am here for help as I have been down that road. Couple of things to remember:Less than 1% of the world has ever run a marathon.Staying committed to training is tougher than running the race.Consider the Jeff Galloway method of training. That is what I used and managed to finish Honolulu (a generally slow race) in just under 4hrs.Find some running buddies and make sure that you depend on each other. Much easier to let yourself down than your friends.Make sure you have the right shoes for your feet! Go see a pro on this.Learn about over-use injuries before they happen – IT Band, PF, shin splints, and if they do happen, find yourself a good physical therapist that is on board with your goals and objectives.Will keep in touch man and again congrats on getting this done.Remember – no matter the distance , the toughest part of every run is the first mile.McKenna

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  2. Bala! – for starters, congratulations on deciding to embark on the journey that is marathon training. You will get much more out of it than you put into it. I know you can do it and will be following your training regimen.Definitely am here for help as I have been down that road. Couple of things to remember:Less than 1% of the world has ever run a marathon.Staying committed to training is tougher than running the race.Consider the Jeff Galloway method of training. That is what I used and managed to finish Honolulu (a generally slow race) in just under 4hrs.Find some running buddies and make sure that you depend on each other. Much easier to let yourself down than your friends.Make sure you have the right shoes for your feet! Go see a pro on this.Learn about over-use injuries before they happen – IT Band, PF, shin splints, and if they do happen, find yourself a good physical therapist that is on board with your goals and objectives.Will keep in touch man and again congrats on getting this done.Remember – no matter the distance , the toughest part of every run is the first mile.McKenna

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  3. Bala! – for starters, congratulations on deciding to embark on the journey that is marathon training. You will get much more out of it than you put into it. I know you can do it and will be following your training regimen.Definitely am here for help as I have been down that road. Couple of things to remember:Less than 1% of the world has ever run a marathon.Staying committed to training is tougher than running the race.Consider the Jeff Galloway method of training. That is what I used and managed to finish Honolulu (a generally slow race) in just under 4hrs.Find some running buddies and make sure that you depend on each other. Much easier to let yourself down than your friends.Make sure you have the right shoes for your feet! Go see a pro on this.Learn about over-use injuries before they happen – IT Band, PF, shin splints, and if they do happen, find yourself a good physical therapist that is on board with your goals and objectives.Will keep in touch man and again congrats on getting this done.Remember – no matter the distance , the toughest part of every run is the first mile.McKenna

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  4. Bala! – for starters, congratulations on deciding to embark on the journey that is marathon training. You will get much more out of it than you put into it. I know you can do it and will be following your training regimen.Definitely am here for help as I have been down that road. Couple of things to remember:Less than 1% of the world has ever run a marathon.Staying committed to training is tougher than running the race.Consider the Jeff Galloway method of training. That is what I used and managed to finish Honolulu (a generally slow race) in just under 4hrs.Find some running buddies and make sure that you depend on each other. Much easier to let yourself down than your friends.Make sure you have the right shoes for your feet! Go see a pro on this.Learn about over-use injuries before they happen – IT Band, PF, shin splints, and if they do happen, find yourself a good physical therapist that is on board with your goals and objectives.Will keep in touch man and again congrats on getting this done.Remember – no matter the distance , the toughest part of every run is the first mile.McKenna

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  5. Bala! – for starters, congratulations on deciding to embark on the journey that is marathon training. You will get much more out of it than you put into it. I know you can do it and will be following your training regimen.Definitely am here for help as I have been down that road. Couple of things to remember:Less than 1% of the world has ever run a marathon.Staying committed to training is tougher than running the race.Consider the Jeff Galloway method of training. That is what I used and managed to finish Honolulu (a generally slow race) in just under 4hrs.Find some running buddies and make sure that you depend on each other. Much easier to let yourself down than your friends.Make sure you have the right shoes for your feet! Go see a pro on this.Learn about over-use injuries before they happen – IT Band, PF, shin splints, and if they do happen, find yourself a good physical therapist that is on board with your goals and objectives.Will keep in touch man and again congrats on getting this done.Remember – no matter the distance , the toughest part of every run is the first mile.McKenna

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