Don't get me wrong. I have a "plan". I have my handy-dandy Google spreadsheet that shows me what I'm supposed to do each day. I worked out 6/7 days this week but not to the level I was when I was running. I have my "strength" days and my "cardio" days, but I fear they aren't going to pay off. I'm afraid when I'm ready to run again, I will have lost so much of the momentum I gained this year that I will struggle to come close to where I left off, much left have the ability to pull of my biggest goal for the year (I'm not planning to write about it just yet). I'm definitely the picture of x + y = z.
I'm rewriting my plan a bit. I haven't been hitting the cardio hard enough so my bike will be coming in and get attached to the trainer. I'm going to start following the Train Like a Mother bike to run plan with more interval training on the bike. I know I don't push myself enough outside. I'm hitting heavier weights at least 1 day a week
I don't want "z" to equal a holding pattern. I want "z" to equal progress.
How do you get out of the holding pattern?