They say that the early bird gets the worm and that the world belongs to those who get up early, but truth be told, not everyone is a morning person (thank God!), and it’s even harder when you are trying to wake up a little earlier than usual to go for a run or a workout. Nonetheless, as I had learned when I became a morning runner, getting up early and logging in a run first thing in the morning is an amazing way to start the day. You will, literally, be starting the day on a high, and not just the awesome “runner’s high”. Therefore, today, I’m going to share with you a few practical guidelines and tips to help you achieve the same thing. By applying these powerful principles, you won’t only become a morning runner, but you will also have the tools you need to take control over your daily life schedule and build some awesome healthy habits in the process.
I hate to sound like one of those annoying runners, but I wholeheartedly love to run. Maybe you are already like me... Or at least, you most likely know someone like me. Nonetheless, I’m also aware of the dark side of doing the same running workouts, over and over again, which is BOREDOM and a whole host of other troubles. The fact is, whether you are a recreational runner, or an elite athlete, there is a sense of boredom and tiredness that sets in when you stick to the same running routine, over and over again. But that’s not the end of the world. There is always something you can do about it.
As a runner, there is so much wisdom to soak up from some of the best books written on the subject. And if you are anything like me (a proud self-proclaimed nerd and runner), then sometimes you just want to dive deep into a subject and learn all there is to learn about it. That’s why today, dear runner, I decided to share with you a list of my favorite running books of all times. Inside of these books, you’ll find plenty of inspirational stories, useful information, practical training guidelines—all of which will make you a better runner. 8 Must-Read Books For Runners So, add these books to your reading list if you are serious about becoming the best runner you can be.
Runners—whether you are a newbie coming for the first time to the sport or a veteran runner who has been around the block for quite some time—must do whatever they can to keep running consistent and enjoyable over the long term. Therefore, today I decided to share with you some quick and practical tips to help ensure a good run—regardless of your current fitness level and training goals. The rules I’m sharing with you here are (almost) universal, so regardless of your current fitness level and training goals, the practical guidelines below should prove super useful. In fact, with the help of these practical tips, you will never have to endure a bad run again.
I used to “hate” running too. But as I time progressed and I got fitter and stronger, eventually running became easier and I started falling in love with it. 10 Ways To Make Running Feel Easier Therefore, today I decided to share with you some practical tips and advice on how to make running easier—especially if you are just starting out and want to build the right base from the get-go. Inside this post, you are going to learn a lot of practical strategies to help make running more enjoyable and comfortable, regardless of your current level fitness level and training background.
Motivation is of utmost importance when it comes to exercise and fitness. But uuuuuuugh. What if you are just not motivated to hit the gym or running track every day? What if you don’t like your current exercise routine? What if you lack the needed discipline? As a matter of fact, even the most well-disciplined athlete can struggle with motivation—especially during low moments of training. In most cases, as you already know, lack of motivation means that you’re doomed. That’s why, if you are serious about making your fitness vision a concrete reality, you gonna need a little kick in the butt to get you motivated in both the short and the long term. But here is the good news. Today, I’ve put together a list of 37 ways to motivate yourself to exercise. These will definitely help you build gargantuan motivation for training and fitness. Pick and choose to your own delight. Just let me know which ones work well for you. 37 Fitness Motivation Boosting Tips & Tactics So, are you ready?