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I usually hate threads like this, but I am hoping someone has been in a similar position and can offer some advice other than just get on with it. I kind of think the answer will be (which is the answer I would give someone else) - if you want to run then run if you cant be arsed then make yourself run and you'll soon get back in the swing of it.
So I had the aim of getting a sub 40 10k, which I got last month with 38 minutes, I have a marathon at the end of May next year (second one) with the aim of around 3:00 to 3:05 and a 10 mile race in December with the aim of sub 65. I decided to take two weeks off to give myself a bit of a rest and let my body have a break from years of running. My trouble is that now I can not be bothered and am struggling to see the point of it. This was the first real break that I have decided to take and not been forced to take through injury/holiday etc.
I run early mornings due to family commitments and had only struggled getting my butt out of bed after hard training the day before or when other events have caused a late night. I run between 5 and 6 times a week - that is about it, suggestions for getting your motivation back and seeing the point of running again?