The idea of running is great. Just step out the door and glide round the block, through the local park, and return home for a relaxing shower. Indeed, once you get into the habit, you’ll experience the effects of what is popularly known as the “runner’s high”. Your brain will start releasing feel-good chemicals such as dopamine and endocannabinoids while you are on the move, inspiring you to continue exercising even more. It’s eaaaassssyyyy! But, and this is a really big but, before you can enjoy these benefits, you need to be able to push yourself out the door in the first place. The big question is how to get into the habit of running so you don’t stop after two weeks.
How to get into the habit of running- and stay there!
About the Author: lifesnotasprint
I run a bit, and get a bit out of running.