Today’s guest post is from the lovely Erica who is a blogger at Love Peace and Harmony, the Team Captain of Dreampacers in the Earthathon relay and an epic yogi! Erica kindly found some time to write a post for me on yoga poses for runners, so enjoy… Continue reading Bend so that you don’t break
For me, running is hard. Not the actual process of running itself, I mean everything around it. What I find hard is:
- Making time for my runs each week.
- Warming-up properly when all I want to do is start running.
- Remembering to keep my Garmin charged.
- Recording my runs (I know its just a case of syncing my watch, but still!)
- Cooling down properly when all I want to do is walk home and drink some water.
- Making time for stretching.
- Trying to do all of the above after work.
- Coming to terms with being injured.
I’m struggling at the moment trying to get back in the habit of running regularly. I realised the other day that I’m slipping into the habit of not doing any exercise at all. So I need to start making running a habit again, they say it takes 21 days to make a new habit… so tomorrow is day 1/21 of my (new) running habit. I’m going to run a couple of miles and I’m not bothered about my pace, I just need start.
What would be on your list? Or is running/exercise a well established habit for you?
What could be better than to start the day with some stretching? Continue reading More essential Yoga for runners
Day two of Janathon was less exciting than the first. Continue reading Rolling shins