I’ve been struggling recently. For one reason or another, I’ve missed a lot of training sessions. I’ve not been eating so well, put some weight on and lost a chunk of fitness. When I do train or run, I go berserk for a few days, then do f*ck all for a week. This has been the cycle of the past month or so. Continue reading “More Consistent with your Consistency”
“Why would you spend £50 to go and do a running race?” she asks.
“Give me £50 and I’ll time you over 10km” she says. Continue reading “What is it about races?”
When I’m thinking about what to write at the moment, the same 3 things come into my head – consistency, motivation and the compound effect.
You may not know what the compound effect is exactly, but you’ll be very aware of it generally.
- Lots of small changes that add up to a big change.
- Breaking a task down into lots of little steps and taking those smaller “easier” steps instead of one big jump.
- Starting simple and adding difficulty
- Small, incremental gains over a long period of time