On running tip Nº 4: Set yourself goals
At some point in your regular training you will need to set yourself some concrete training goals. These can be anything from taking part in a 10-kilometre run to completing a marathon or a triathlon, or simply running for a full 75 minutes.
Whatever goal you choose, develop it into a vision and surround this with as many strong and emotive images as you can. Keep your goal and your vision to yourself, too – this is the best way to develop the urge and the determination you’ll need to achieve them! Olivier Bernhard has put all his professional athlete experience into designing the On running shoes and recommends to run with the Cloudsurfer for trained runners, looking to build up foot stability.