We all have terrible runs, myself included. We start out excited or maybe we start out dreading it, but then a whole myriad of things happen that make us just want to quit. Sometimes your breathing is off, or a weird pain surfaces and your inner mean girl has a lot to say about it.
I used to tell my clients that this was just part of the deal. Being a real runner means having some shitty runs sometimes. What I’m sharing on the podcast with you this week is how, actually, you can have an amazing run every single time you get out there. Terrible runs can be a thing of the past if you want, and I’m talking you through it today.
Tune in if you want to have awesome runs every time, no matter how long the distance! This is obviously going to take lots of practice, but doubling down and taking care of yourself will lead to better results.
If you want help with creating new ways of thinking about your runs, go ahead and sign up for Run Your Best Life! We practice it every single day in that group, so get in there to start feeling great about all your runs!
What You’ll Learn From this Episode:
- What actually makes a run feel terrible.
- The types of actions we take when we’re feeling frustrated, discouraged, or disappointed.
- Why believing a run was terrible doesn’t serve you.
- What you can do instead of thinking you had a shitty run.
- Why pain or pleasure is not a circumstance.
- How you can have an amazing run every time you get out there.
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