Hello! I thought I shared this Jogging List many moons ago … but I couldn’t find it in my message list. So I am adding this short post so that it can be easily found on the market for a simple and free work journal.
This listing was part of the Run Faster 5 Day Challenge manual. So if you signed up for it, you should have received it by email. If not … scroll down and grab it! Happy Run !!
Tips for using a workbook:
- Be consistent. Take a moment to complete your workout, how it went and what else is worth noting right after you finish.
- Pay attention to your body. If he tells you something, remember that. (Then change your training as needed.)
- Learn – do not judge. This is a tool to help you. This is not a form that makes you feel bad if you miss a workout or feel your running pace should be faster. Check it out when you are in a good mood and you can be kind to yourself.
- You. Set goals and make sure your workout moves towards your goals. Do not compare yourself to anyone else.
- Pay attention to everything that affects your run. There are obstacles that you can overcome, and others that are struggles. Every body is different. So I do not have a complete list, but here are some potential factors that may affect your running. Use these ideas to think about what helps you run better / stronger / faster, and which reduces running performance.
Factors that may affect your running:
- Fuel / Lack of proper fuel
- Stomach / Digestive Problems
- Speed training
- Amazing works!
- Horse racing
- Bad weather (heat / cold / hazardous conditions)
- Time of the month
- Trauma / Disease / Recovery
- Mental health
- Work / School / Social Obligations
- Energy levels
- Sleep / Lack of sleep
- Rest days
- Unexpected events
- Equipment problems (improper equipment / adjustment / grinding / etc.)
- Location (rough terrain, altitude, brake lights, hills …)
- Security Issues (Too Dark, Insecure, Movement, Animals, etc.)
- Running friend (lack, different goals / abilities / graphics)
- Training plan (too complicated, not complex enough, lack, etc.)
- Spending all day eating watermelon and reading Run Eat Repeat … (oh, is it just me?)
* Launch a print journal – click here to download and print *