Working out does not guarantee instant results, and it can take a little while before you begin to see any improvements. If after a prolonged period of time you’re still not getting the results that you expect, it may be time to review your schedule and/or your methods.

One of the first things to do is create a workout planner for yourself, detailing when you go and what activity you will do. This will help you to keep your workouts consistent and help you to keep track of what you’ve done.

If you compliment this with a note of how far you ran / how much you lifted / how many reps or sets you completed – you will also be able to track your progress much easier too. Make sure that you stick with it!


As well as providing you with information to look back on, you can also make additional plans for your future workouts. Take it one week at a time and if you feel that there is an opportunity to do one of the following – go for it:

  1. Increase weight.
  2. Increase distance.
  3. Increase speed.
  4. Increase the number of sets and/or reps.
  5. Increase the frequency of your workouts.
  6. Decrease the amount of rest time between sets and sessions.

Consistent workouts and increases in difficulty will help you to continually improve and if you stick with it, you’ll eventually reach your goals!

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