21 Thoughts To Beat The Running Slump Forever And Feel Great About Being A Runner Again.

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  1. Kat says:

    This is such a lovely post, and just what I need having come out of an ALMIGHTY slump last week. Deciding that your only rival is yourself is very freeing, as is just getting out there and going for it, whatever you’re doing. Sod it!

  2. Samantha says:

    I really needed this today!!! Thank you!

  3. Paul Page says:

    Love No 9 particularly. I firmly believe ANYONE could run a marathon – but the reason relatively so few do is because of the effort it takes to get you to the starting line. Talking about it won’t get you there. Hard work, dedication and slogging through the cold, wet, dark months of December & January will. Those who say they could do it if they tried are either scared of failure as you point out, or not willing or able to put the effort in in training.

    This list is great because these are the danger months for those who completed a marathon in the autumn -post Christmas, the weather is bad, you achieved a major goal, it is easy to let it slip. Put the next run on the long finger. I recognise it, because I am doing a bit of that myself right now. This list has acted as a kick up the arse -thank you.

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