How Middle Age Runners Stay Motivated
Explained in Easy-To-Understand Step-by-Step Detail....
(And Everything You Need to Know All in One Place!)
Dear Fellow Middle Age Runner,
Thanks for signing up for my e-mail tips series on Proven strategies to develop habits that will keep you motivated so you get the most out of your training plan.
You should receive your first e-mail in your inbox within the next 30 minutes. This e-mail will include a link to a short, but very powerful paper called, How Middle Age Runners Stay Motivated.
In the meantime, I also want to thank you for sharing some information about your specific situation. I promised that based on what you've told me, I would tell you the top 3 things you should do next. I'll discuss that in a minute.
......but first if you're biggest challenge with running is how to stay motivated to keep training and prepare yourself for your race.....Then please see below
Trust me, I completely know what this feels like.
Based on where you are right now, when it comes to training for a race like a 1/2 or full marathon, what you want to do is find a solution that specifically addresses your unique situation...
Ideally a resource that walks you through all the steps you need to get or stay motivated so you can complete your training plan and achieve your goals.
Sometimes it’s easy to skip your run or simply opt for an easier run when the schedule calls for a long or hard run. It's common for runners to give up or lose confidence at some point in their training plan because they feel that they’re not going to be shape in time for the race. It’s understandable when injury or sickness is the reason for not being in shape. However, what’s more common, is that life gets busy and 5 runs/week can turn into 1-2 per week.
You need a guide that will help you when you feel that you may be losing your motivation to train. Something that helps you deal with some of the biggest challenges and troublespots when it comes to either staying motivated to train or how to get motivated to train when you're coming off an injury or you haven't run for a while....
You need a guide that gives you ideas when you feel that you may be losing your motivation to train. How to deal with some of the biggest challenges and troublespots when it comes to either staying motivated to train or how to get motivated to train when you're coming off an injury or you haven't run for a while....
Which is why I put together a book covering everything you need to know to train for a 1/2 or full marathon step-by-step.
And based on everything you told me and the situation you're in right now, I think this resource is something that might be helpful.
Let me explain...
My name is Dan Lyne and I have been running for 37+ years. My first marathon was in 1986. I've suffered through many injuries over the years. Sometimes after recovery, the reality of not being in shape “sinks in.” It's at these times when I found that the motivation to get “back on track” and my self-confidence can take a hit.
It's also when I would wonder if I really felt like going through the grind of another long training plan.
Does this sound familiar??
I've worked with some big name coaches over the years. I've discovered proven strategies that help runners get past that point in the training schedule where self-doubt about one’s performance lead to lack of motivation and low self-confidence.
So what I want to do is share with you information that has taken me many years to perfect ..... and provide you with EVERYTHING I know about the best ways for middle age runners to train for a 1/2 or full marathon in one place.
I call this resource Crushing 26.2
It's an Amazing Step-By-Step Program that can prepare middle age runners for their races, keep them motivated & confident so they can have fun, train and finish the big race.
For example, in one of the chapters, I discuss Secrets to Success. I talk about how to feel satisfied with your training accomplishments, simple ways to identify improvements in your training that will help your mental state and keep you motivated. I also include tips that will help to make you more accountable, without feeling guilty, to your plan.
Using the information in Crushing 26.2, will transform you into a confident runner.
I'm confident that on race day you can be fully prepared both physically and mentally for your race. Trust me, you'll be excited to race because you got the most out of your training miles and your body is now fully adapted to the increased workload of running 26.2 miles.
You can see below, my race completion certificates from recent Boston Marathon finishes. I have also finished 3 other marathons in the last 2 years, all 15+ minutes under my Boston Qualifying time. My system works and I have laid it all out for you, step by step.
For a limited time, I'm offering some amazing bonuses for anyone who purchases Crushing26.2. Details of these bonuses are below.
These bonuses alone aIre worth over $250. If you don't believe me, just do a search for personal coaching services for marathon training. You will see, it's not cheap.
Now that you know that I can help you and I've shown the proof that it works and it will work for you too, you have a choice to make:
Purchase Crushing 26.2 so you can enjoy your marathon experience. From your first training runs to finishing the marathon, this comprehensive plan will help you complete your goal.
Here’s what to do now…Click on the link below and purchase Crushing 26.2: “A Step-By-Step Program to Avoid Injury, Have Fun and Finish the BIG Race.”
Finding Motivation to Run When You’re Not in Shape
It's very common for middle age runners to feel challenged with finding motivation to run because they feel that they're not in shape.
Here's a few proven strategies that I recommend to runners whom I coach to get past that point in their training schedule where self-doubt about one's condition and time remaining before a race lead to lack of motivation and low self-confidence.
Details for each of these strategies, in addition to other strategies can be found in the following post: Finding Motivation to Run
- Set realistic goals for yourself
- Learn how to run slow
- Use Creative Thinking to Beat the Excuses Not to Run - the 2 best ways are to schedule your exercise time & run with others, who may be training for the same race, at least twice per week.