I’ve lost it. My get up and go has swiftly got up and left, probably when the clocks went back and daylight did a runner, if not before.
I thought it was just my early morning mojo that I’d lost, but then it took me until gone lunchtime today to even entertain the idea of getting out for a run, let alone wake up early for any of the brilliant group runs going on around Brighton.
Incidentally, it didn’t go well, but it got me out of my pyjamas nonetheless.
I love a good dose of early morning endorphins, I do. There’s nothing better than getting out in the crisp autumn air while the rest of the city sleeps.
You get it all with morning workouts – clear roads and empty trails, proper peace and quiet, a sunrise if you’re lucky, and a nice big shot of serotonin to see you through the day. When I work out in the morning, I’m energised, full of endorphins and raring to go.
I wrote about why I love winter training only last month, so why is it, then, at the moment I just can’t be bothered?
Even the cat knows which he’d choose…
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