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In our blog "5 Ways to Make Running a Habit" , we discussed the importance of setting goals as one of the ways to make running a habit. Now, let’s dive into how to set goals and, more importantly, how to make sure you meet your goals.
If you are serious about your running, set goals; they help you focus, keep you motivated, provide invaluable feedback and help you avoid procrastination.
But, it’s very important that your set the right goals for this feedback loop to be valuable.
First, you should set specific goals...
The runners I know fall into two groups, those that are early risers and get up at the crack of dawn (or earlier) to put in their miles or those that are sunset runners who wait until the end of the day to pound the pavement. What I’ve noticed as my peer group has gotten older is the sunset runners have become more challenged to find the time to run with kids, work and life crowding out their schedule.
Becoming a morning runner is one of the best ways to make running a lifelong habit.
If you’re looking to become a morning runner, I’ve tried many methods to make it a habit with some failure but more success; below are the 6 ways that have worked the best.
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