Try Something New

I am a creature of habit. I love a good plan and I’m a big fan of routine. But sometimes, things can become too routine. Doing the same thing day after day can lead to burn out – especially with running. If you feel like you’re stuck in a rut, I encourage you to mix things up and try something new.

If you run solo, try running with a group.

If you typically run roads, give trails a try.

If you’ve only run ‘traditional’ races, check out a relay or obstacle race.

If you always use the same route, try out a new one.

Don’t let uncertainties or fear hold you back. Adventure awaits.

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This post is part of the Wednesday Word linkup, hosted by Debbie @DebRuns. This week’s word is encourage. Click on the button below to see who else is linking up and to join in!

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How do you mix things up?

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  1. It’s always good to step out of your comfort zone, isn’t it?
    Wendy@Taking the Long Way Home recently posted…How to Encourage Yourself to Push Through a Tough RaceMy Profile

  2. I need a trip to the mountains! Even though I love running, sometimes I am in the mood for a big climb up and I don’t get to do it enough 🙂
    Karen recently posted…Gateway to the Smokies HalfMy Profile

  3. I like to take different routes on regular trips. Change it up a bit.

    LUD.

  4. I always like to find new places to run and walk but most of my “regular” routes are the same!

  5. Even if you do the same ole route backwards, it’s a whole new experience! And it’s photos like yours that were my favorite part of running — when you are in awe of the amazing beauty out there!
    Anne recently posted…Wednesday Word: Who Encouraged Whom?My Profile

  6. So true. Our bodies get sick of the same routine too! You have such a cute smile.
    Gina recently posted…Encourage – The Power of the VRF!My Profile

  7. Total agreement. Our minds, bodies, and spirits need variety!
    Kimberly Hatting recently posted…Running in the Rain:101My Profile

  8. I am a firm believer in pushing the limits of our comfort zones and if I didn’t I would die of boredom in life.
    Karen @ Fit in France recently posted…In between training cyclesMy Profile

  9. I’d say I mixed things up quite a bit with my ultra trail relay followed by a big city road race; don’t you? 🙂

    Thanks for linking up!
    Debbie @ Deb Runs recently posted…My Week Ending With The Chicago Spring HalfMy Profile

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