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Hi, I'm running down my goals one at a time. My first goal is to lose some weight so I will be as fast as possible when I run my first marathon. They say you improve your pace by six seconds per mile for every pound you lose. That's a lot of speed, even if it's not that many pounds! So here's the plan: I want to run the San Francisco Women's Marathon in October of 2008. I hope I'll get a spot during registration.

Additionally, I just want to look and feel my best. I want to ...
Hi, I'm running down my goals one at a time. My first goal is to lose some weight so I will be as fast as possible when I run my first marathon. They say you improve your pace by six seconds per mile for every pound you lose. That's a lot of speed, even if it's not that many pounds! So here's the plan: I want to run the San Francisco Women's Marathon in October of 2008. I hope I'll get a spot during registration.

Additionally, I just want to look and feel my best. I want to be toned and trim. I want to look and feel better when I reach thirty than I did when I was twenty.




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Member Since: 10/8/2007

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My Goals:
I want to weigh 118 lbs.

I want to eat healthy all week long.

I want to run the Nike San Francisco Women's Marathon in October of 2008.

I want to run my first marathon in under three hours.



My Program:
I want to keep a food journal to get healthier.

I want to increase to and maintain 60+ miles as an average weekly running total.

I want to lift weights twice or three times a week.

I want to do yoga or pilates three or more times per week.

In March, I want to follow the Pfitzinger 70+ program to reach my marathon goal for October 2008.

Other Information:
My successes will be rewarded!

Success #1 - Reaching 60 mpw - new running socks

Success #2 - Reaching 129 lbs. - pedicure

Success #3 - Reaching 124 lbs. - new pair of "going out" shoes

Success #4 - Maintaining 60 mpw for eight weeks (this will include a back off week every fourth week)

Success #5 - Reaching 118 lbs. and maintaining it for four weeks - weekend away

Success #6 - Running my first marathon - its own reward! A vacation in a race. =)

At that point, I will re-evaluate and reset new goals.

 
 


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LCANCAN
11/7/2007 12:49:00 PM

Hi.. I saw your post on the November challenge group and though that we had a lot in common both with our starting weights, end goal weights, and workout goals (although I'm not quite qure about a marathon for me.. but I love to run!!) So hopeing that we can motivate each other to stick to it!! Really 6 seconds off a mile per pound??? That's pretty cool!

Good luck!!

Lauren



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JIBBIE49
11/1/2007 12:48:58 PM

I saw your post on RUNNING. Tonight at 10pm on PBS they will reshow the NOVA episode this week on how they took 12 out of shape people and trained them for 9 months for the Boston Marathon. It is really worth watching. You can go to the PBS.org site and read about TEAM NOVA, if you'd like to see that first. It really is interesting how they started out so fat and made it. Even the people who were NORMAL WEIGHT were found to be very FAT becaue they had such little muscle because of no exercise. Do try to watch the episode since you like running.



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NAUSIKAA
10/31/2007 2:12:28 PM

LOVE the PhD gown! You look very scholarly :) CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!



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FLAQUITA42
10/31/2007 10:50:43 AM

thank you for adding me , have a great day !



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HOLLY34
10/29/2007 10:58:33 AM

Congrats on the bar exam!! That is AWESOME!



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