1. Alice says:

    I really love this post! Even though it can be mentally tougher training in the winter compared to summer, I find it’s much more rewarding training in the winter. Pushing through the tougher elements outdoors, to come home to a snug warm home, it makes you feel like you deserve to chill out for the rest of the day! I guess mindfulness would be another one, reminding yourself of how great and rewarding it will feel after you have completed your training session. Also to keep a routine will help you to remember that good feeling. Often I can ‘fall off the wagon’ with training, once I’ve missed a few sessions I forget that amazing feeling after a training session 🙂

    • Break The Loop says:

      You’re so right re falling off the wagon!! I miss a few sessions and the whole plan goes out the window! (I’m SO glad it’s not just me! Ha!) Yet, the more I do, the more I want to do and the easier it is to motivate myself. I know what you mean though about kind of relishing in the tougher stuff.. Getting the hard stuff done makes me so much more motivated for what I can achieve in life! Just had a quick nosey on your blog (I should totally be working! Whoops!) Ironman Zurich is an awesome goal! Would love to see training updates! Are you on insta… the link on your blog seems to be broken?

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