Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Scheduling Times To Run

Scheduling runs can be challenging.With work schedules, appointments and baseball practice, where can you find the time? First,you have to make a commitment to run. Next, you will have to make some sacrifices.
I start my day at 3:30 am. I'm on the road by 4. I know that sounds a little extreme,but remember,I said commitment. My schedule changes some days. If I miss my run in the morning, I run while I'm waiting for my son to finish his karate class. My clothes are in the car. I change at the library or stop by home if time permits.Fine out what works for you and go for it. You can always made adjustments.Remember, if we wait for the time when everything is just right, we will never begin.
Lastly, you might want to try using a daily planner. It helps you to see how your time is spent. Don't forget,you might have to make time. Pencil a run in where ever you can. These runs are for you. Now hit the road!

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I have been running for more than 30 years injury free. I've run distances from 5K to marathons. My running consist of 30 to 40 mile weeks.I enjoy road races on weekend.