The important thing about building a habit is the continuation of what you're doing. This 100 day transformation program that I made is really pushing me hard because I'm not used to doing the amount of push ups, crunches, squats, and calf raises... nor was I used to stretching every day.
Never stopping means that it doesn't matter what happens, you continue to do your thing. The important thing is to not have excuses. In order to make sure you don't have excuses, you have to make sure to have the time to do what you're doing. In my case, it's forcing myself to stay awake, do what needs to be done, and then go to sleep. I can't sacrifice anything else for it because I'm making sure that I get to my goal. In this case, it's a 100 day transformation, which means that I have 100 days of hard work and by the time I get through with this, my body would be completely transformed.
Having a 10 step 100 day transformation also means that my body is going to go through one heck of a time with each step I take. Now that I'm finishing up day 12, I'm dreading the 100 push ups and 100 crunches I'm having to do. Whining and wasting time doesn't do me any good. All it does is prolong the time in which I go to sleep...
Today, I had a great time, running a 5 miles in the morning and 7.38 miles in the afternoon. In the morning, I ran 7/8 of a mile at a fast pace, and then jogged the last 1/8 of the mile... repeating that for 5 miles. At the end of the day, after 6.5 hours of standing at work washing those dishes, I ran that 7.38 miles in 59:04, an average of 8:00 min/mile. It was a nice and easy run. Pretty glad I was able to run this long... but at the same time, noticed that my knees were getting tight. I'm going to have to make sure to stretch them out a little more so I wouldn't get hurt. (also, the day before, I ran 3.96 miles in 29:26, an average of 7:26 min/mile)
Never stopping means you gotta make sure to go strong. No excuses.