29 Nov '14, 6am

Focus on achievable targets every day, week, and month:

It’s easy to get caught up in New Year’s hype and set grand plans for the coming year. Indeed, goals are an important part of being a runner: They help us focus, progress, and stay on track with our workouts. But establishing a target can be tricky. You want to aim high enough to stay motivated but not so high that you stress out if you fall short. The best solution is to set incremental goals—daily, weekly, and monthly targets that allow you to enjoy regular accomplishments and stay focused on your next step. Aim for the following micro-goals and get on track to a great running year.

Full article: http://www.runnersworld.com/getting-started/mini-goals?ad...

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