#1. Set Goals
Make short and long term goals to give you direction, help maintain motivation and interest, use the SMART method.
Specific Measurable Achievable Realistic Timely
By collecting data such as heart rate, power, speed, distance, time, nutrition, body weight, etc you can see if you are actually improving, what does and doesn’t work and where adjustments and improvements can be made.
#3. Be In It For the Long Run
It takes time, know that success doesn’t happen overnight, be patient and trust the process.
#4. Build Consistency First
Create sustainable habits that you can stick to and repeat each week.
Nothing will happen until you start.