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Stop Looking For Shortcuts
Finally, don’t waste your time with secret tricks, hacks and the latest magazine headlines about how you can run faster without training or lose weight and eat whatever you want.
Real change takes hard work and effort.
In essence, that’s the real satisfaction that comes with meeting your goals — the hard work, dedication and perseverance it took to achieve them. Qualifying for Boston wouldn’t be so great if it was easy, right?
By not wasting your mental and physical energy on “secrets” and hacks, you have more time to devote to the hard, unglamorous work you need to do to achieve your goal.
As you begin to think about your New Year’s resolutions this year (or anytime you want to set and reach a new goal), keep these tips in mind and help yourself make a lasting, positive change to your health, fitness and running.