Here are my steps to getting out the door. But first the cons I had to doing the workout.
Keys for motivation
Talk to team members about how much you hate hills and don’t want to do them.
When that doesn’t work, make a new playlist with new songs and good oldies
If that still doesn’t work then text your coach for motivation
Coach “ You should do it because it will make you better, wind and rain are things you will see at track meets so you have to practice in that as well. If you want to reach your goals you have to do the work. And I am air massaging your calves as we speak.”
That worked and I put my garmin on, my ipod in and the dog away and I was out of the door.
Thoughts to get you through the workout:
I also thought of my competitors and the 10k from conference last year and what I needed to run in order to score points.
(yes I know it’s blurred. I wrote some personal things there)
I pasted the conference times in my running journal. I actually have a ton of pages done that don’t have writing on them yet that I’m going to share throughout the blog in the next few weeks! I think it will motivate some!
Breakdown of the workout
1:11 up (7:53 pace)
1.75 cool down
total daily mileage – 6.5 miles
Pro’s to nice weather/sunny weather: Tan lines = COLOR!! YAY!
Q: What motivates you?
Q: What music do you enjoy while working out?
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