It’s easy for runners to be stuck in a rut, especially when it comes to what time they want to run. Some runners are sticklers for their morning routine, while others prefer to wind up their day with an evening zip. While these are great habits, it becomes easier to make excuses when you end up missing a day. Often beginners get set in their ways and are not willing to make a few adjustments.
No, it’s not imperative to only run when you have decided to run. That means you are far too set in your day’s routine to actually make time for running elsewhere. In that case, do what Gul Panag does. Run when you can. It doesn’t matter if it’s the morning or the evening. You run is more important than quibbling internally over whether it’s the morning or the evening.
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