From weather (hot/cold/windy/wet), to getting up early and running after work, or even 'not feeling it', we have reasons to simply find excuses not to run. Why do people do it? I don't know. Are those reasons valid? Maybe yes, but probably no.
After the initial enthusiasm wanes and days get shorter and colder, some people change their attitudes towards running. Then again, many people don't like running when it's too bright and warm (that's another 'weather' excuse).
Over the years I've realised that there are common excuses that people sometimes use, and reasons are identical. I find that very funny. You can read about them in my latest blog 'Top 5 Excuses Against Running - Hot To Deal with Them And Win'. Enjoy!