Are you lacking your usual get-up-and-go? Finding it hard to get out of the door for your training sessions?
Don't worry - you are not alone, many of us feel a lag in energy and motivation from time to time.
Step One: Put Your Kit On
Motivation can stem from a first small action. Taking the first step towards achieving your daily goal by pulling on your trainers and heading out the door is often all it takes.
Take control of your motivation, rather than waiting for it to happen.
Step Two: Strike a Balance
Set yourself goals that are achievable. Look at your day, prioritize and plan your training into your schedule. If you need to reduce sessions or switch your training days around that's OK. Do what you can, don't set yourself up for failure in training or your work/family/social life.
Step Three: Remember Your Why
Why did you start your training plan?
Do you have a race or challenging event that motivated you to get started? Check the race website and remind yourself of your goals.
Did you want to become fitter and a more accomplished Age Group athlete? Check your fitness levels, what they are now and how you would like to feel and perform in the future.
Step Four: Become Part of Our Global Community
Facebook: Join our Team MyProCoach Facebook Group to chat with fellow MyProCoach athletes. You will find a supportive community of athletes ready and willing to help each other with all things training. And check our MyProCoach page for regular mini features with training advice, gear reviews and news.
Instagram: @myprocoach_ Regular mini-features with training advice, gear reviews and news. Plus, inspiring images.
Strava: Join our MyProCoach™ Club, so you can see how you’re doing in relation to other athletes who train with us.
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