Goal Setting For Runners
- 1 hour on-demand video
- 3 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
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- Certificate of Completion
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- How to set challenging, yet realistic, running goals
- Options (other than finish time) to consider as a running goal
- How to create an action plan to make your goal a reality
- How and why your should create a reaction plan to help you minimize or prevent roadblocks
- 'The Rainy Saturday' test and other ways to make sure your goal is truly important to you
- A desire for more focus and drive to your running
- A growth mindset (a belief you can improve your abilities through dedication and hard work)
Running can be hard, or at least it isn't always fun. Setting a challenging, but doable goal, can make your running a little easier - giving you something to look forward to and strive toward.
Being successful and reaching your goals, starts with knowing what you want to accomplish, by setting a goal.
But setting the goal is the easy part. It’s fun to imagine yourself accomplishing your amazing goal, crossing the finish line (or whatever your goal is).
Making that goal happen is often a lot less fun.
It requires you be honest about what you are willing to do to accomplish your goal. You need to understand why your goal is important to you and be ready for the possible obstacles you may encounter. You have to make a plan and actually do the work.
But if you plan ahead, and consider the why behind your goal, a good running goal will give you a reason to head out the door regularly to run.
Who this course is for
Runners of all abilities and experience levels
This class is for you if you've
Ever felt unfocused in your running
Set goals in the past and quickly lost your drive and motivation to achieve your goal
Ever started off strong towards accomplishing your goal, but got frustrated when you hit a setback or when things didn't go to plan
In this class you will learn
The difference between audacious and realistic goals (and why you should have both)
How to look beyond finish time for your running goal
Why you need to set appropriate time lines for your goal
How to ensure your goal is important to you
Why you need to consider why you've fallen short in the past in order to succeed in the future
The mistakes that could sabotage your goal
Requirements for this course
A desire for more focus and drive to your running
A growth mindset (a belief you can improve your abilities through dedication and hard work)
- Runners of all experience and ability levels