⏩Why we don’t achieve our goals⏪
With Garmin you will wonder why you can’t always achieve your goals!!
There is no doubt that repeated training is fundamental to achieving your goals. But it’s also common for people to go sideways that can jeopardize their success. Thus, bad habits can develop and, over time, jeopardize the exercise program. Very often, novice runners find it difficult to identify these types of problems.
◾Error #1: Choosing the Wrong Lens
There’s nothing wrong with aiming for the stars. Great goals are goals that push us to reach new heights, both mentally and physically. But when it comes to training for a new physical activity, it’s also important to be realistic about what you can accomplish in the allotted time. If you try to do too much too soon, the end result will likely be burnout.
◾Error #2: Not Taking the Time to Recover
It’s always fun to try something new. So when you start your program, you probably go all out and try to push yourself every day. If you feel good in the beginning, this approach will eventually be counterproductive.
Completing the exercises in your training program is essential to your success, as is the recovery period. Indeed, Jeffrey M. Hartman, Ph.D., professor of exercise science at Gardner-Webb University, explains that the recovery period can be even longer† According to Hartman, exercising can do real damage to the muscles of the body. And rest is when your muscles repair themselves and get stronger faster.
◾Error #3: Getting bogged down in a rut
The adrenaline rush at the start of your program can keep you motivated for at least two weeks. But if you follow exactly the same course every day, you can quickly get bored. They say diversity makes life better, just like your fitness routine.
◾Error #4: Don’t Vary Workouts
While walking the same route every day can quickly become boring, the same is true if you don’t combine running with other types of exercise. Most running coaches are big proponents of multisport training, and for good reason. It allows your body to take a break from running, while continuing to propel you toward your ultimate goal of completing a 5K or 10K.
◾Error #5: Exercising Too Much
Many people discover a sudden infatuation with the sport after starting a new exercise program. They approach each new exercise with even more passion, enthusiasm and effort than the last. And it’s perfect! This approach is certainly not a disadvantage, except that it is essential to remember that with training you can achieve a specific goal, which is to run a 5 or 10 km. If you spend all your energy on training, you will be exhausted on race day.
🍃 Who goes piano, goes sano remains the best philosophy to achieve your goals, let’s have fun first and time to recuperate to move on!!
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