2008 - 148 lbs

1983 - 118 lbs

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Running my butt off

I look in the mirror, I see someone healthy and fit. I go out and run and I feel young and energetic. Then I step on the scale or take a so called "Fitness Test" and I am categorized as a Fat Slob.

I look in the mirror, I see someone healthy and fit. I go out and run and I feel young and energetic. Then I step on the scale or take a so called "Fitness Test" and I am categorized as a Fat Slob.


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 Pounds lost: 5.5 

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Member Since: 11/19/2007

SparkPoints: 0

Fitness Minutes: 2,209

My Goals:
Lose 20-30 lbs

NOTE: This is NOT happening....

Run sub-60:00 10K in March 2009

NOTE: March 7, 2009, this did not happen. Still a minute off......

My Program:
Run 20-25 mpw
Adding speed work starting in January

Strength training 2-3X per week

Continue healthy eating but cut calories :(

Other Information:
2008 RACES:

Jan - Polar Bear 5K (32:42)

Mar - Shamrock N Roll 10K (64:48)

July - Peachtree RR 10K (63:xx)

Sept - Kessler Lightning 10K (61:59)

Nov - Atlanta Half Marathon (2:19:54)

2009 RACES:

Jan - Polar Bear 5K (30:13)

Mar - CRR 10K (61:03)



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Member Comments:
1/1/2009 3:01:42 PM

Hi!! Thanks for stopping by my page!!! I was born and raised here in Glynn County. I graduated from Glynn Academy in 1992. Hope you have a Happy New Year!!!

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1/1/2009 12:17:47 AM

Lisa thanks for stopping by and making a comment!

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12/20/2008 9:20:04 PM

Lisa - you will make your goal. The more you worry about it, the surer am that you will get there. after all, are you going to let me ring in the New Year alone? I didn't think so. You say that you are a 25 mile a week runner. Well really so was I. I ran 125 miles for the first few months of 2008. After marathon training started my weekly mileage dropped (doesn't sound possible does it). after the marathon I need to run a lot of mile, and I didn't thing I would make it. I am not sure how I did the math, but I though I needed to run 160 last month. It took absolutely all I had, but I did it. So the 137 (although still higher than what I am use to running) sounded pretty doable. This is driving you nuts..but it's also driving you to run...and it will drive you to your 1000 miles 2008 goal. It will, believe it.


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12/18/2008 9:54:10 AM

Thanks for checking out my page!! Not very motivational, I admit, but hey, that's me.

Where do you live now? And yep, tornadoes and tarantulas pretty much sum up Oklahoma, but there is also HUMIDITY and extreme weather changes at the blink of an eye. LOL

Glad to have you in the Spark in the Dark-Runners team!!


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12/13/2008 7:27:24 PM

I really am glad you are back with 'spark in the dark' - I love reading your posts. I live in Louisiana so I can totally relate to the weather you have in Georgia.

You look great - you are not out of shape. The goal is to just to continue to improve your physical fitness. Food tracking is a real pain in the butt but it works. I am struggling to get back on track with my eating - especially since I have to take a break from running.

So we can cheer each other on with our food goals. emoticon


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