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KAMILLAVIRAG1
SparkPoints: (5,205)
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Posts: 46
5/23/12 7:46 A

After having eliminated the weight issue, I'll build proper, lean muscles so I can start some form of parkour-ing. I admire the capabilities of Jackie Chan and David Belle.



STLCARDSFANS05
Posts: 916
5/23/12 7:42 A

triathalon



JAX_SIKORA
Posts: 9
5/23/12 7:06 A

I want to get to Peru and be able to climb Machu Picchu. Not being packed into the airplane seat like a sardine would be nice too! emoticon



PATTOMMC3
SparkPoints: (16,864)
Fitness Minutes: (16,290)
Posts: 1,955
5/23/12 5:53 A

run a 5k!



TRYINGHARD54
Posts: 3,084
5/23/12 5:50 A

to stay healthy



JENNYBAKER247
Posts: 2,624
5/23/12 5:32 A

To do the Otto Trail.



KEEGSMOM1
SparkPoints: (10,660)
Fitness Minutes: (9,374)
Posts: 130
5/23/12 5:02 A

Lose 60 pounds and keep it off
walk a half marathon


Edited by: KEEGSMOM1 at: 5/23/2012 (05:03)


SLUNDQUIS
SparkPoints: (24,971)
Fitness Minutes: (15,930)
Posts: 991
5/23/12 3:23 A

Attend Zumba classes.



ELLEKTRA
Posts: 2,896
5/23/12 3:05 A

to continue to live the rest of my life in the healthy lifestyle I have adopted in the last 2+ years



JULESJ1OK
Posts: 1,355
5/23/12 2:37 A

1 reach my goal of course
2 be able to run again
3 ride roller coasters with my grandkids
4 fit into my little black dress and look good in it
5 feel great and stay that way



~PENNY~
Posts: 772
5/22/12 11:15 P

I'd love to be able to walk for two hours without pain. I'm sure my arthritic ankle would be much happier with 40 less pounds to support! My goal is to be able to travel comfortably and to be able to walk around and see the sights. It would also help if I could fit into airplane seats without the arm rests squishing my hips!
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Edited by: ~PENNY~ at: 5/22/2012 (23:16)


ROLLSTAR
SparkPoints: (19,230)
Fitness Minutes: (9,406)
Posts: 370
5/22/12 11:03 P

Wear whatever Halloween costume I want and look good. :)



JESSALOU7
SparkPoints: (21,247)
Fitness Minutes: (22,489)
Posts: 203
5/22/12 10:10 P

Run a 5K - done
Run a 10K - done
Run a half-marathon - done
Run another half-marathon and stay at that level of training
Run a marathon
Possibly do a triathalon (need to get a bike first!)
Hike to the bottom of the Grand Canyon and back up the other side!



KEEPITSIMPLE_
SparkPoints: (59,149)
Fitness Minutes: (81,213)
Posts: 4,083
5/22/12 9:56 P

I decided not to wait until I was skinny, since that isn't my plan, I didn't want to wait until I was "in shape" for those dreams, since I didn't know when that would be, and I didn't want to wait. I had/have dreams and a vision, so I did create my Dreamboard/Vision Collage, I got started, I've checked off some dreams/visions, and I'm ready to add new ones, and I do keep it posted on my sparkpage so I see it often.
So far:
I Climbed a mountain-hiked up Chimney Rock, all the way to the top, beyond the chimney, even greater than my expectations.
I experienced a dolphin encounter,and actually fit into the wet suit,.
I've been on 2 active cruises.
I Felt comfortable in my bathing attire to wander around in (not a bikini).
I have a healthy, balanced lifestyle.

In October:
I'm going to jog on the beach, and not care what others think.
I'm going to bring my bicycle along, and investigate the island by bike (which I don't currently ride).

2 year-15th Anniversary:
Island hopping, snorkeling, possibly kayaking, and other great unknown adventures in the U.S. Virgin islands.









LISHWA
Posts: 900
5/22/12 9:39 P

Love myself again
Run a 5k
Run a 10k
Run a half-marathon
Learn to swim
Do a tri
Own a kyak and go kyaking regularly
Teach kids when I have them what a healthy lifestyle is and how to love themselves no matter what other people say,



UNDO44
SparkPoints: (172)
Fitness Minutes: (147)
Posts: 12
5/22/12 9:36 P

Two big things. I have always wanted to run in a 5K for charity, and I used to be super flexible after years of gymnastics and dance, and I really want to be able to regain my flexibility and do the splits again...just to say I can do it!



MCFITZ2
SparkPoints: (103,635)
Fitness Minutes: (62,971)
Posts: 4,551
5/22/12 9:30 P

Walk the state parks and gorge trails with my daughter and grandchildren.
Go horseback riding.



SHUFFMAN126
Posts: 205
5/22/12 9:25 P

- Be par for 18 holes at Hunter's Station in Tionesta, PA
- Run at least 2 5Ks a year
- When I become a Mom, teach my kids to love their bodies and stay active and fit.



FITWITHIN
SparkPoints: (268,829)
Fitness Minutes: (186,452)
Posts: 20,184
5/22/12 9:19 P

I would like to achieve the following on my bucket list.
1. Sprint triathlon
2. Half marathon
3. White water rafting
4. Mud race
5. Sky diving




JXOCASIO
Posts: 353
5/22/12 9:04 P

White water rafting



WEEONE6
Posts: 249
5/22/12 8:58 P

Run a 5k
Hike a few of the local trails (we have tons of trails here)
Do the local 56 k fundraiser walk around the lake!



CSKITTLE
Posts: 33
5/22/12 8:47 P

Run a 5k in under 30 mins. Learn to Paddleboard and possibly become an instructor.




MRSKATEDUVALL
Posts: 1,544
5/22/12 7:52 P

I would love to hike the Appalachian trail, or the pacific rim trail. Climp the Maya relic with tons of steps, climb the statue of liberty.. Id love to do a marathon but I don't run, I walk very slowly. fit into roller coaster rides. dance at my daughter's wedding. chase my grandkids' ( both of those are at least 10 years off)




LILACFLOWER
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Posts: 3
5/22/12 7:32 P

There are some amazing weight losses here!!



WANNABESKINNYME
Posts: 3,956
5/22/12 7:30 P

To love myself



LOPEZKSD
SparkPoints: (9,493)
Fitness Minutes: (5,060)
Posts: 45
5/22/12 7:16 P

To be able to tuck my shirt into my jeans and look good. Also, be energetic enough to be a fun Grandma when it's my turn.



MELLOWPETE
Posts: 62
5/22/12 6:36 P

Earn a black belt.



REY6780
SparkPoints: (17,253)
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Posts: 680
5/22/12 6:26 P

Possibly a half marathon



GRANDMABABA
SparkPoints: (122,907)
Fitness Minutes: (106,042)
Posts: 6,114
5/22/12 6:23 P

I, too, would love to dance, walk a 1/2 marathon, danc at my grandkid's weddings, celebrate 75th anniversary, cruise the Mediterranean, publish both fiction and non fiction, continue in helpful and hopeful ministries until the day I die.



GENKI_LADY
Posts: 42
5/22/12 6:19 P

Climb Mount Fuji, take a swing dance class, wear a bikini without one of those skirty bottoms.

Edited by: GENKI_LADY at: 5/22/2012 (18:20)


IAMPREACHER
Posts: 5,095
5/22/12 6:12 P

Now that I'm retired, I have all the time to take dance classes (Starting in June!), volunteering at church to teach teens--big challenge--I've been teaching K-2nd grade. I'm taking one day at a time, exercising more and eating less. Big changes, big losses!



JIACOLO
SparkPoints: (275,428)
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Posts: 16,523
5/22/12 6:09 P

Run/walk a 5K



HOLALOLA
SparkPoints: (20,086)
Fitness Minutes: (59,647)
Posts: 278
5/22/12 5:26 P

Do gymnastics again! I'd love to have that flexibility back I had as a kid.



DLUCAS63
Posts: 1
5/22/12 4:39 P

To hike the pacific rim trail again. . .



JUSTDOIT011
Posts: 1,377
5/22/12 4:37 P

A couple things on my "healthy" bucket list:
I want to be able to be one of those women who runs outside on the sidewalk in their sports bra and shorts on a really hot summer day...and who looks good doing it! So getting the confidence to do that, plus prime weather because I'm not going to do that when it's like 70 degrees. Gotta be 85+.

I want to run/walk another half-marathon, under 2:45 this time.



OBIESMOM2
SparkPoints: (61,119)
Fitness Minutes: (40,069)
Posts: 4,472
5/22/12 2:15 P

run a sub-30 5k. I'm so close, but I just haven't been able to break the 30 min barrier yet.



HAPPYWRITER7
Posts: 9,698
5/22/12 2:08 P

Walk a 5k. That is nothing to some people and they take it so swiftly for granted. I have MS, every step is a fight. It takes me a broken hour to even reach 2.5 miles, but - I want to get to that 3.1 - That's #1 on my healthy bucket list. No matter how long it takes.



MARIES32
Posts: 231
5/22/12 2:03 P

I want to go horse back riding without feeling any guilt about the horse having to carry me. I want to spend an evening dancing and laughing. I want to take a 10 mile hike at Lake Tahoe.



LILACFLOWER
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Posts: 3
5/22/12 1:09 P

I don't know if you've ever done rebounding but I heard that can help tone the skin as well as other things. From my diligent research if you don't want to spend a ton, buy an Urban Rebounder. If price isn't an issue the Cadillac of rebounders is the Bellicon bungee cord style. There are a couple in between that are good quality too. You may even be able to buy used from Craigslist. There are lots of duds out there though, so be careful with your selection if you go this route.





MI-ELLKAYBEE
SparkPoints: (149,391)
Fitness Minutes: (133,115)
Posts: 3,948
5/22/12 1:00 P

To get my skin toned and tightened so I really feel sexy again and to someday wear a sleeveless top in a public place. I've lost the weight - and I'm strong and see muscles, but my skin does not look firm enough to wear shorts or sleeveless tops. I FINALLY started tucking things in, wearing belts and I don't need jackets anymore. My FIGURE (shape) is fine - my skin has so not caught up. It is not cellulite or flab - it is SKIN that seems too big. I work on this every day! Right now, even my nightshirts have sleeves - and when it's 100 degrees, I will wear a top with long, loose, sheer sleeves because I feel like I can NEVER let my arms show. Not even at home. I can't stand to see my own bare upper arms! (Even though I clearly see muscle definition...)



LULUBELLE65
SparkPoints: (27,272)
Fitness Minutes: (23,132)
Posts: 824
5/22/12 11:52 A

I want to go trekking in Nepal. I've been to Nepal before, but just to Kathmandu, and I feel like I have not had the full experience. Most of my "skinny chick" goals are travel-related. I travel now, but realistically, I cannot fit into certain boats or seats, particularly in Asia where people are tiny. I rode a camel in India two years ago, and I was so afraid I would crush the poor beast the whole time.



KDYLOSE
Posts: 740
5/22/12 11:49 A

To feel comfortable running around on the beach in my bathing suit without any shirt or cover-up.

My first item, which I've already achieved, is to wear a top to work that isn't hip-length without feeling the need to wear a vest over it to conceal my "problem areas". I had an extensive vest wardrobe before I started on here, and I've given them all away.

As far as able-bodied, that's not really an issue. I can do anything I want right now with the exception of running - my knees are past that.

Edited by: KDYLOSE at: 5/22/2012 (11:51)


4THELOVEOFDOLLS
Posts: 4,039
5/22/12 11:46 A

To walk up the hill where my ancestors are buried with my sisters in Anaconda Montana.



TACDGB
Posts: 6,106
5/22/12 11:27 A

To go for a nice long scenic hike..like 12 miles or so. Also like myself well enough to keep on doing this.



INTRIBUS
Posts: 8
5/22/12 10:37 A

Right now my goal is to do something everyday and not let it slide anymore. I need to get on this bandwagon and not fall off again



LILACFLOWER
SparkPoints: (25)
Fitness Minutes: (0)
Posts: 3
5/22/12 10:33 A

I just joined today and don't know all the ins and outs yet. My short term goal is to get out the central vac hose and get my exercise and cleaning done in one. I'd like to get the 2 stories vacuumed and maybe a car or two.



SKBLOVESCARDS
Posts: 2,114
5/22/12 10:15 A

I make small goals. For instance being able to run/walk a mile in under 15 minutes. I completed that last week! Now it's moving on to being able to run/walk a mile in 10 minutes. I'm not a runner and never have been but I would like to be able to do those things and feel accomplished when I'm done. Maybe I'll do a marathon run one day! Going back to Colorado and going to their mountain park and being able to walk up the whole thing. Before I made it half way. So for me it's small goals first. Lifting more weights, buring more calories, being able to increase the resistance on the machines, etc.



MOUNTAINGIRL41
Posts: 139
5/22/12 10:13 A

Oh! I love this post idea! Well, I would love to be able to hike a "14er" as the mountains above 14,000 ft are called here in Colorado. I would also love to take one of those hiking trips through the English countryside where you walk from town to town.



SANDRAREGINA
Posts: 564
5/22/12 9:57 A

I want to be able to do a chin up (pull up). I have never (even as a more slender child) ever been able to do one. It is completely strength-based, and I want to prove to myself that I can do it, that I have the muscular strength and endurance to pull myself up.



KAPPYBOOK
Posts: 25
5/22/12 8:15 A

What are the activities/adventures/experiences that you've been putting off until you're healthy or slim enough. Have you made a list? Do you post it where you can see it? If not consider doing that. I asked my Facebook friends to help me with a "Skinny Chick" Bucket List to help me create a list of amazing and absurd things that I will do once I'm at a healthy and able-bodied weight (I need double knee and one hip replaced-so there are things I just CAN'T DO right now) Ride a bike down an easy hill? Hike Half Dome? Climb the Sydney Bridge? No idea is too small, too big, or too weird. Share it folks! You just might inspire someone by sharing your crazy idea.



 
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