You don’t have to just “hope” that your motivation to run will be there in the morning when the alarm blares…
But motivation is fickle and unpredictable. Some days, you’re ready to crush a track workout or long run. Other days, you can barely bring yourself to jog for 30 minutes.
You don’t have to be a hostage to the whims of your running motivation, though. Relying on motivation is a fool’s errand.
Instead, you can structure your running life in such a way that missed runs or skipped workouts are virtually nonexistent.
You can do this without:
the latest productivity app getting up at four in the morning every day joining a convent or becoming a monk… “biohacking” your way to the podium I want to share with you a simple framework for automatically improving your running motivation and increasing the chances that you train hard – so you can race faster.
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