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With no pressure to hit times or ‘peak’ for events, this is a great time to develop your mental skills and become more attuned to your body's feedback.
Many runners have been training hard for spring races and events, but you cannot maintain this intensity indefinitely. Hard training or a consistently high volume of training can suppress your immune system. So, ease back on tough endurance training and think about other skills you could develop to improve your running. Take the opportunity to focus on basic speed and coordination, including strides or drills in your training routine.
Many of us have lost the routines around which we built our lives. Running can help us establish a schedule and give our lives purpose. Set aside times to run and use 'triggers' to ensure you stick to your regular exercise slot. For example, try to put your running gear on when you wake up, or leave your running shoes visible by the door.
The most important thing is to make that initial step out the door. Once you’ve started you’ll rarely turn back.
Build from the bottom.
Being consigned to your home gives you an opportunity to work on building a more resilient running body. There are a lot of simple running workouts available online, but start with a simple at home strength screen or test to underline any weakness that might need addressing.