Concentrate on doing the things you enjoyWeve all been through it. It starts with a reluctance to change and get out of the door; it continues with a feeling of lethargy during the warm-up. Some days you manage to overcome it and get stuck into proper training, but on other days...
. This philosophy is transferable to the rest of us: training with company can be just as beneficial in helping you to achieve your particular goals. A partner could encourage you to adopt more variety in your running and thereby foster greater motivation
packed away and everyone had gone - a demoralising and humiliating experience that left me with little motivation to ever run again.By 16 years old, all I did was play video games and eat junk food. As a result, my weight had ballooned to 17 stone, and my
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