Tips to overcome laziness

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  1. Review your reasons

Feel better, lose weight with health, keep fit, overcome a personal challenge … or simply, because you like it. Nothing motivates as much as being clear about why you are running and checking how you are achieving your goals, but do not just think about the benefits of running in the medium term. Spend a few moments of each workout to recreate yourself in the pleasant sensations that you experience when you train: your breathing, the landscape, the feeling of energy, the rhythm, etc.

  1. Try that your training results the most nice posible

No matter how clear you may be why you are running, it will be of little use if each training is “an ordeal” for you. Everything will be more enjoyable if you can train in a natural environment, at an hour with good temperature and if possible well accompanied by a runner or runner with a level similar to yours. Sometimes it’s worth moving around and staying with friends, even if you lose some time.

  1. Establish a commitment

If you have already met someone, you have to be really unmotivated to cancel the training. Although the most important commitment is with yourself: put in days and hours of mandatory training, do not leave it for “when you can” or you will never be able to.

  1. Change of training

No matter how well you’ve gone, no training serves forever. If you always do the same, you will end up getting bored and you will not improve. You must vary according to the time of the season. And sometimes it is good to rest, to leave the race and to dedicate yourself to other sports, to resume running with more enthusiasm. The runners are reluctant to those changes, but you will be surprised by the results.

  1. Be realistic

Set realistic goals, adapted to your level, and follow a progressive plan. It is better to stay short than to train too much or too hard and find yourself exhausted … or worse, injure yourself. The capacity for suffering is also trained. Do not give yourself a big beating one day because tomorrow will cost you to find the strength to go running.

  1. Review your reasons

Feel better, lose weight with health, keep fit, overcome a personal challenge … or simply, because you like it. Nothing motivates as much as being clear about why you are running and checking how you are achieving your goals, but do not just think about the benefits of running in the medium term. Spend a few moments of each workout to recreate yourself in the pleasant sensations that you experience when you train: your breathing, the landscape, the feeling of energy, the rhythm, etc.

  1. Try that your training results the most nice posible

No matter how clear you may be why you are running, it will be of little use if each training is “an ordeal” for you. Everything will be more enjoyable if you can train in a natural environment, at an hour with good temperature and if possible well accompanied by a runner or runner with a level similar to yours. Sometimes it’s worth moving around and staying with friends, even if you lose some time.

  1. Establish a commitment

If you have already met someone, you have to be really unmotivated to cancel the training. Although the most important commitment is with yourself: put in days and hours of mandatory training, do not leave it for “when you can” or you will never be able to.

  1. Change of training

No matter how well you’ve gone, no training serves forever. If you always do the same, you will end up getting bored and you will not improve. You must vary according to the time of the season. And sometimes it is good to rest, to leave the race and to dedicate yourself to other sports, to resume running with more enthusiasm. The runners are reluctant to those changes, but you will be surprised by the results.

  1. Be realistic

Set realistic goals, adapted to your level, and follow a progressive plan. It is better to stay short than to train too much or too hard and find yourself exhausted … or worse, injure yourself. The capacity for suffering is also trained. Do not give yourself a big beating one day because tomorrow will cost you to find the strength to go running.

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