True to my promise I’ve kept this newsletter irregular
… which is often what training can become at this time of year. As the holidays approach and the year comes to an end it seems that little bit more tricky to squeeze the training into an already busy schedule. These wise words from James Clear
got me out the door on a cold December morning in Belgium (photo evidence here
The bad runs are often the most important ones. It’s easy to train when you feel good, but it’s crucial to show up when you don’t feel like it—even if you do less than you hope. Going for a 15 minute run might not transform you, but it does reaffirm your identity.
If ever there’s a man who knows a thing or two about positive habit forming it’s James