I find that if you JUST DO IT like Nike tells you, you'll find it gets easier and easier to continue and keep you plan in motion. It will take a lot of dedication and motivation to keep going before it becomes a routine and not such a chore.
And I'm not just talking about fitness, this applies to all aspects of life.
Planning is a big part of success. In a Weight Watcher's meeting my leader said to us "He who fails to plan, plans to fail." She couldn't have been more right. Without a plan, you are going into something blindly. Without a plan you don't know where you are going and you cannot adjust to what may be thrown your way.
I am not wishing anymore, I have a goal. My goal is to RUN my race in June, and with my goal, I have a plan.
This marks the first week of training my for my Quarter Marathon! The first week's plan will start officially tomorrow Monday (29th), and end on Sunday (5th). The plan for this week is as follows:
Monday - Rest. Rest is an important part of any training program.
Tuesday - Run 2 miles easy. Run at an easy “conversational” pace.
Wednesday - Run 3 miles easy. Run at an easy pace.
Thursday - Rest or cross train. Rest or engage in a non-running activity.
Friday - Run 2 miles easy.
Saturday - Run 3 miles easy.
Sunday - Run 3.25 miles easy.Since I was in the middle of my 30 day shred video I am going to use that as my cross training on Thursday. That will make me active 6 out of 7 days. I will use my endomondo account to calculate my distance & pace, and my Polar Heart Rate monitor to calculate my calorie burn. You can view my runs and information on either endomondo or myfitnesspal (jessmarie1023) where I will be tracking it all. I welcome all and any support as motivation is key in keeping the fires burning!I also welcome anyone that wants to do the program with me! The more, the merrier!What wish are you going to turn into a goal? What is your plan for this goal?
* Plan was designed by Rick Morris. http://www.runningplanet.com/training/easy-10K-training-program.html