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Just cause it's hard doesn't mean it can't be done

Thursday, June 10, 2010

We all have a million excuses why we are either stuck, or not exercising, or not eating right, or whatever it is we know we should be doing but aren't.

For me:

1. I am short, and that DOES really make it harder. There is less of you, which means less muscle, which means you burn less calories just breathing -- but that doesn't mean I have less of an appetite.

2. The hormonal rollercoaster every month. It does a real number on me. I will have a few days a month where just nothing satisifes me and I can eat all day -- and even eating good foods you can do some real damage.

3. See #1. I don't get to eat as much as a lot of people. This can be very frustrating to me. Did I mention I don't get to eat as much?

4. I have a husband who doesn't really care about healthy eating. He doesn't think about what he puts in his mouth -- or what he brings into this house -- and quite frankly he needs to lose weight as well. Plus he rarely exercises, which means he's tired all the time and often doesn't have the energy to do the fun stuff, which is quite frustrating to me.

5. I can't afford a gym right now. Mostly I miss swimming. I love to swim, and haven't been able to regularly in years.

Ok, are you getting disgusted with me yet? Sounds like a lot of whining, doesn't it? Oh, they are valid reasons to me, but that doesn't mean there isn't solutions. For most of them, anyway (still can't afford a gym right now, but if I could get down to GW and stop paying at WW, then I could).

If it was easy, everyone would be thin. If there was a magic diet or pill, Oprah would have told us about it by now.

Yes, it is hard, but instead of whining about it, we've got to look for our own personal solutions. That usually involves being flexible and trying new things -- which doesn't come easy to most people. But you already got the part where it's hard, right? The good things usually are.

And I forgot to add why the idea for this blog sparked with me. I watched the HBO biopic of Temple Grandin yesterday. She's an austitic woman who grew up in the 60s & 70s when most people hadn't heard of autism and many were institutionalized.

She went on to college and advanced degrees, and overcome many obstacles. Obstacles that make weight loss struggles seem very petty and foolish, sometimes. I had read one of her books, "Animals in Translation", and found it fascinating, and the story of her life is no less fascinating. And Claire Danes, who plays her, did an outstanding job IMHO.

  
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TEMPEST272002 6/10/2010 2:44PM

    Boy, my excuse list looks alot like yours - only my hubby has a super high metabolism so he isn't overweight.

I think you have a great attitude. When there are things we can't change standing in the way of our goals, we need to look for a way around them.

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SHEILA1505 6/10/2010 11:05AM

    Hugs
And it doesn't seem to get any easier either - it's just as hard losing the last bit and keeping it off :(

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LIBBYFITZ 6/10/2010 10:31AM

    We shorties can only eat food fit for rabbits! No not true but sometimes you just want to eat that bigger amount but know it is for a tall person! But then if we were tall would we have had to lose more weight ?

It is something I have accepted as in some country's I am the tall one!

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GERPAT 6/10/2010 9:58AM

    There are really a lot of variables to deal with when we are trying to lose weight, it feels like we are trying to juggle a lot of balls in the air, which gets tiring. Since we are always changing we have to change our personal solutions right along with it.....oh, I'm short too and my appetite is more geared to being taller!! LOL,,, have a great day!!

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BARBIETEC 6/10/2010 9:45AM

    It is so true what you are saying.. Thank you for this blog! Very inspiring :)

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DAYHIKER 6/10/2010 8:30AM

    I didn't think you were whining, Judy, just laying out the facts about those things that make it difficult to achieve your goals but that you know you can overcome them with hard work. I know I go through times when I am just tired of the hard work and don't want to do it anymore. Then I start to feel lousy and hit it again. I think it's called "life" for most of us. But the thing is, we're still here, still fighting the good fight, unwilling to call it quits for good!

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Cindy

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BESSHAILE 6/10/2010 6:16AM

    So true. It's like stress. There is always stress. We can take the SP advice of eliminating stupid stress but there will always be stress so .. live with it, don't die from it.

Good to understand the whys but not to hug them to us as permissions. Hugs to you sweetie.

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A cautionary tale & a few ramblings

Wednesday, June 09, 2010

Yesterday on our walk I ran into one of my neighbors I hadn't seen in a long time. She messed up her knee using the elliptical, of all things. Who'd have thunk? Not me, so I thought I'd pass this on.

She said she would use it while watching movies, so she was doing 2 hours straight on the thing. Keep in mind, too, that she's significantly overweight. And, of course, when her knee began to bother her, she figured she'd just work through the pain.

The doctor told her she should never do more than half an hour on the elliptical at one time. That it would be okay to do 2 hours, as long as it was broken up into half hour segments. So food for thought for all you elliptical fans out there.

We all know how hard it can be to find cute clothes in larger sizes, so I thought that I'd share this site that I came across in my Mypoints emails this morning: www.onestopplus.com .

I keep writing about refocusing my energies on my weight loss efforts, so I thought I'd share one of the things I'm currently doing. I bought one of the SP motivational calendars at the beginning of the year. And I'm writing down a goal on every day -- I've got almost a month's worth of goals on it right now.

Things like do jumping jacks after every time I pee, listen to my guided meditations, drink 9 glasses of water instead of my usual 8, and so on. My goal yesterday was to have fruit for dessert. Dinner isn't dinner unless I have dessert, and fruit alone just doesn't say dessert to me. So I made some cashew cream: essentially cashews blended with some water and dates, and topped my strawberries with a couple of tablespoons of that. It worked for me.

If you're in the Albany area, my husband found out there's an online farmer's market, www.heldebergmarket.com/HeldebergMar
ket/Home.html
. I placed an order for this week. Doesn't mean I'll stop visiting regular farmer's markets, but I thought I'd give it a try. The downside is that they didn't really have much produce. It will change with what's available, but other than herbs, there was only rhubarb and some greens. I ordered some rhubarb.

Not enough, apparently, the recipe I want to try calls for 1 1/2 pounds, and I only ordered 1/2 pound (and ordering is closed for this week), but I'll just make it more strawberry than rhubarb and I'm sure it'll be just fine.

It's an interesting concept, though, isn't it?

  
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BESSHAILE 6/10/2010 6:09AM

    oh thank you for the heads up about the elliptical. I don't usually have time for more than 30 minutes but I'll remember that limit in the future.

I make a ricotta cream for my fruit - 2 tablespoons of low fat ricotta, sprinkle of splenda and cap full of almond or vanilla flavoring stirred together. Yum! got it from the South Beach diet book.

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GERPAT 6/9/2010 8:38PM

    I like the daily goal setting, looking it over must really give you a sense of accomplishment!



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TEMPEST272002 6/9/2010 1:22PM

    I'm with you - dinner doesn't feel over without dessert. I usually have fruit salad with either whipped topping, low fat pudding or in jello. OK, sometimes I add all three and then a tsp of chocolate syrup on top! I also like snacking on chuncks of frozen fruit - especially blueberries, bananas and mangos.

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BARBIETEC 6/9/2010 1:03PM

    One of my favorite plus size shop in the US is http://www.lanebryant.com/ . There is one thing that I have always thought is ridiculous is that if you want to get some athletic clothes from Nike or Adidas and so on, that they do not make them in plus sizes! Only fit people can buy clothes to get fit! (or stay fit)... *hrmp*

why is that ?

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HEYRED221 6/9/2010 11:40AM

    I can't even do the elliptical - I don't know why, but I find it really difficult. But two hours does sound like quite a lot for one time.

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KARBIE18 6/9/2010 9:36AM

    The cashew cream sounds great - love cashews! Love your idea of daily messages for yourself, little things that are extra that take the ho-hum out of what you may already be doing. I especially like the jumping jacks after peeing. I'd be doing LOTS of jumping jacks throughout the day!!

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DAYHIKER 6/9/2010 8:31AM

    I do appreciate the tip on the elliptical because I have been watching for a good used one! Our strawberries are gone now but the raspberries are starting to turn and there is still rhubarb in the garden! It's a lot easier to eat healthfully when your garden is producing! emoticon

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LIBBYFITZ 6/9/2010 8:16AM

    The cashew cream sounds interesting! I love rhubarb but it is not in season here so just have to wait.

Thanks for the info on the epiliptical. I have a rowing machine and watch TV while I am doing my 2 or 5 Kms. 5Kms takes about 30mins and I am ready to get off!

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How do skinny people eat?

Monday, June 07, 2010

My SIL is naturally thin, and I watched what she was eating in the short amount of time she was here. She pretty much ate everything offered to her, but in very small amounts.

We went out for sushi for dinner. She ordered 2 sushi rolls (about maybe 12-16 pieces of sushi). She gave us both a couple of pieces of one of the rolls, and still left a couple of pieces over. She did eat about half the bowl of edamame as well.

I had a seaweed salad, also 2 rolls, and 2 pieces of salmon sushi. And I polished off every bite. I didn't think I would actually, but I did.

We came home and I opened up my box of chocolate chip cookies from the race for dessert. I had already decided to eat 4 (they're very small cookies -- but just as good as I remember from my childhood). She had some; I didn't count how many. She did say she had a late lunch, but so did I.

The next morning we had bagels & lox for breakfast. Actually, I ate mine a bit later because I'd had 2 vitatops about an hour after I got up. She did eat a whole bagel, with very little lox. When I had mine later, I ate the whole bagel, with maybe almost twice as much lox.

I guess this is why I'll never be naturally thin. She wants to lose about 10 pounds but frankly I don't see why.

The other thing about my SIL is that she rarely sits still. She's always doing something. I'm very good at sitting still, although actually not as good as I used to be.

And of course genetics do come into the picture. My MIL is also naturally slim. My mom was as a young woman, but I never knew her like that. She has always battled with her weight as long as I've known her.

I don't have any real takeaways from this. While there is always room for improvement in any diet, I do believe I eat healthy most of the time, without sacrificing the occasional treat. I don't ban anything. But I do have a large appetite, and sadly a rather sedentary personality. I've done a lot of work on not being so sedentary, but the appetite thing is harder to control. I don't fall prey to emotional eating too often, but all too often I find myself hungry, and that's with eating my freggies and enough protein.

And I left one thing off yesterday's blog: another way weight loss is like running is that it never even occurred to me that I wouldn't finish my race. Oh sure, I knew something freaky like getting hurt or sick could happen, but I just knew I could do it. It truly never entered my mind that I wouldn't. I did my training. I knew I could run that distance. And I'd trained occasionally at that time of day, too.

We have to have that unwavering faith in our weight loss efforts. That was easy for me before I hit such a long plateau, but I still believe in my heart of hearts that I can and will do it.

  
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DDHEART 6/8/2010 6:41PM

    I have one sister who has always been petite and slim.....she is also the one who eats only to live...even forgets to eat sometimes....me, I live to eat and I NEVER forget to eat...sigh...well I'm ok with that mostly...I love to eat and I AM learning to make better choices much of the time and I am making exercise a big part of my life....the only way this body is going to be able to stay healthy and somewhat within healthy bounds. I found your observations to be very thought provoking. Thanks.

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DAYHIKER 6/7/2010 11:39AM

    I appreciate you posting these observations, Judy. It got me to thinking...I can think of only one person in my family or closer circle of friends who is naturally thin and that is my beautiful inside and out neighbor, Lisa, though she does not think she is thin!! She works and has 4 children at home and if she's sitting she is sewing! http://www.sparkpeople.com/mypage.a
sp?id=LISAZ6

I can think of three people who are thin but they smoke so I am not going to count that as being naturally thin.

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TEMPEST272002 6/7/2010 11:12AM

    In my "naturally" fat family, food is a big deal - we are amazing cooks and family functions tend to center around food. We also like to sit and talk alot. My family tends to be critical and judgemental.

In my hubby's "naturally" think family, food is relatively unimportant. Meals tend to be thrown together and wolfed down quickly. They are always DOING something - fixing this, gardening that, dancing at get togethers. His family tends to be very non-judgemental and supportive.

I DO think genetics plays a role - but when I compare side by side, its easy to understand why one family is fat and the other is thin. I included the part about judgemental/non-judgemental because I think that might play a role too.

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NURSE4HEROES 6/7/2010 10:51AM

    I quietly observe a skinny person eating almost every day. This person is my fiancÚ. He and I are the same height (5'8") and weigh roughly the same thing. Now, for a man, that's rather thin--which he is. For me, just kinda average.
The main difference I see in his eating patterns is that he eats when he's hungry and when he has time, and sometimes forgets to eat because he's busy doing something. I feel that I am far too aware of meal times and food in general.
Maybe it's his job/lifestyle. He's been a fire fighter for 30 years and they do miss a lot of meals and have to function while hungry. Yes, I'm a nurse on a busy floor, but we can duck in a room and grab a bite to eat in shockingly little time!
He also doesn't get that "I gotta eat right now!" feeling that I get. Like I may faint.
I do check my blood sugar just for fun sometimes and it's a bit low. So maybe that's a chemical difference between us.
Anyway, your blog really caught my eye as this is something that I contemplate on a regular basis!
Thanks, Holly

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SLIMMERJESSE 6/7/2010 10:44AM

    For most of my life, up until a few years ago, I had a huge appetite and ate whatever, whenever. No weight gain. Suddenly, I found myself with an entirely new metabolism and extra lbs for the first time in my life. It was like waking up a totally different person. Honestly, you look wonderful in your pic, so whatever you're doing is going well. Have a fun day.

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JLITT62 6/7/2010 10:25AM

    I wasn't comparing myself to my SIL, actually. I was just curious to see what she ate. Because naturally thin people do eat differently than people that aren't naturally thin.

I certainly wouldn't emulate her if she had some sort of disordered eating, but she doesn't. She just eats a lot less & moves a lot more, which makes lots of sense.

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SHELLEYBELLS512 6/7/2010 10:21AM

    Just remember that you can't compare. You may have to work to win the battle of the bulge, but at least you earned it! I have know several women to be thin and then gain weight in their latter years, so maybe your just ahead of the curve.

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Losing weight is like running & some 5k after-shoes photos

Sunday, June 06, 2010

You knew it was coming, right? The running analogy? Just popped into my head this morning, I swear.

Yes, losing weight is like running. It's a solitary venture, and something only you can do, but it can be more fun in groups. Misery loves company, right?

It takes planning, time put into training, taking baby steps, and making goals.

It takes hard work, and sometimes doing stuff you don't want to do -- running in the rain, or in the heat, or in the cold, or when you simply don't feel like running.

It comes naturally to some people, but others (like myself) really have to work at it. Some people are naturally fast, and others are just naturally slow. It may take more than one, or two, or even twenty attempts to actually become a runner.

You have to run your own race. No one else can run it for you.

I don't know why I've been trying to run off and on for the last 15 or so years, just like I don't know why I actually began running a couple of years ago (starting out with just a few 30 second intervals thrown here and there into my dog walks, yet here I am 2 years later having actually finished my first 5k at the age of 48).

And yes, my weight loss journey began about the same time as I began running. Even though I don't believe that my running causes me to lose weight -- at least, not more than any other exercise that I do.

And now for a little bling. I came home yesterday, surprising the heck out of DH who thought I wouldn't be home for probably at least another half hour, and then went right back out to DSW. They were predicting rain & thunderstorms, and it looked like we might get it, so I wanted to go out while it was still dry.



I wore these last night when we went out to dinner. Love them. They're Franco Sarto, and I have another pair by him, and I really like his shoes. I was actually looking for some flats that I could kick around the house in that would be a bit more fashionable, but these called my name.



Unfortunately, these called my name, too. It was so totally weird. These are Nine West, and I find Nine West shoes to be very comfortable. I wouldn't wear these to go shopping in, but to go out to dinner they're much more comfortable than they look.

The weird part is that there were these same style shoes in several different patterns. I found the box for these, which are my size, in with a different pattern. I loved this faux-snakeskin pattern. But when I went to try on a different size to make sure, I realized that these were with the wrong pattern, and as far as I could tell this pair was the only pair in this pattern in the entire store. And just my size, to boot.



Speaking of Nine West shoes . . . I bought these flats (obviously they have a thing going on with animal patterns right now) while in NYC. Because it was frickin' freezing the first couple of days, and the only nice shoes I brought with me were open toed slingbacks, and we had a nice dinner to go to for DH's work. At least they were on sale, and I really like them.

I didn't used to have such a big thing for shoes, but I'm going to have to cull out a few because I really don't have enough room now that my collection has grown by leaps and bounds.

So now I can wear my platform sandals and my snakeskin stilettos and remember that I am a runner.

A local Webiste is supposed to post video of everyone finishing, but I've yet to find that. Sorry, I didn't have anyone there to take a photo of me. Some guy in a nice shirt was high fiving everyone (including me) at the finish. I've no idea who he was. A senator? Congressman? I just know he wasn't the governor, considering that he's hard to miss being African American & blind.

I did find my results: 3009th out of 3551 runners; 309 out of 360 runners in my age division; 40 minutes 58 seconds; average of 12:40 miles. I am realistic and realize that there's room for improvement, but don't get me wrong: I AM proud & quite happy for those results. It's almost the time I was hoping for, but quite frankly didn't think I could do.

  
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SEKSUNSHINE 6/8/2010 7:20AM

    You did great on your run, I'm not so sure with the shoes. I don't know how you walk in those even from the house to the car to the restaurant. I'm good to my feet and wear flats.

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LIBBYFITZ 6/7/2010 7:03AM

    Loved the blog title. Well done on the run.

Loved the shoes.

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TEMPEST272002 6/6/2010 3:32PM

    Great running analogy. I find running really does make a difference to my losing weight. It's not that it's better than any other exercise, but more that it's so darn addictive. I'm so motivated to keep running that I find I'm avoiding junk because it will make me feel tired on my runs.

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CRAVE_FREE 6/6/2010 2:28PM

    Lovely analogy and I have shoe envy!!!!

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Race report & a few pics

Saturday, June 05, 2010

I had a few butterflies last night, but nothing much, and I slept just fine. Of course until I was woken up by the pouring rain. And it continued to pour right up until about 7 am -- which actually worked out well, I was able to get the dogs out without the rain because they believe they're made of sugar and will melt in the rain.



Obviously pre-race. Don't I look beautiful? The dogs wanted to get into the act.



The two ladies in yellow are in my WW meeting. Yes, I found the group. No thanks to my leader, but WW has a walk-it challenge with the accompanying yellow tshirts. I met some members from some of her other groups.

We headed to the 37 minutes or slower area -- there are areas for your expected finish times -- which put us almost dead last. Thankfully, I never had to pee. I had my 2 glasses of water & 1 cup of red tea by 7 am, and just pee'd at home more than usual.

I never saw my WW buddies after the start, but then again they're mostly walkers (and about 10 to 15 years older than me).

Unfortunately, by the time the race started at 10 am, it was hot & humid & the sun was back out. We were wishing for rain again. The course is pretty good -- not at all hilly, even tho I'd done a little bit of hill training. And there are people all along the route cheering you on.

It's the www.freihofersrun.com/ , btw. Supposedly there are somewhere along 4000 runners, but we didn't think it looked like anywhere near that many.



The view from the almost-starting line. Next year, assuming I enter again, I'll start further up. Not that I'm really that fast, but quite frankly, being so far behind added to the run and slowed me down a bit.

According to the race clock I finished in about 41 minutes, according to my watch it was just a tad over 40. I know it's a relatively slow time, but I was very pleased with it -- I was hoping for 40, but prepared for about 45.

Was it life changing the way my leader said it would be? No. Was it fun? Sort of. Might've been more funny if it had been less humid, then again, running is STILL hard for me.

Will I continue to enter races? Probably. Occasionally. But I do like knowing how fast I truly am. I didn't stick around for the awards ceremony; maybe next year. And now, of course, I have a goal to run faster.

So if you think you can't run, you probably can't. But if you think you can, you can. 2 years ago I couldn't. I took it slow & steady, with baby steps, and now I can check off one of my goals for this year.

  
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SKINNYPOWELL1 6/14/2010 4:40PM

    You've come a long way, proud of you. Keep up the good work, I just love seeing how people's lives have been changed. emoticon

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IFDEEVARUNS2 6/9/2010 8:29AM

    Absolutely right: if you think you can, you can! Way to go!!!!!!
(Sorry I'm late - been out of it.....)

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DDHEART 6/8/2010 6:46PM

    emoticon Yes......I think you're likely to do this again!! Great job!

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SEKSUNSHINE 6/8/2010 7:17AM

    Ha, and you thought you were slow! I told you walking it can be done in 45. You did an awesome job under the circumstances. The humidity would have killed my time. I'm so proud of you I can't put it into words. You will do more, I can feel it. They kind of get into your blood.

Thanks for sharing with the pics, loved them!

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LIBBYFITZ 6/6/2010 10:13AM

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KARBIE18 6/6/2010 9:37AM

    I am so proud of you! You set a goal, and you accomplished it. And yes, I think you looked beautiful....and tiny!

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DRJJ2004 6/6/2010 5:23AM

    Proud of you!! That's so awesome! I think I felt the same way after I ran my first 5K. But, I too, I have checked it off my list. Way to go girl!!

Hugs!

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HEALTH4LYFE 6/5/2010 3:33PM

    Way to go!! Now one race down, you can begin to plan for the next one. Runs planned earlier in the day usually do have a better track record when the heat hits. Congratulations on meeting a great goal. emoticon emoticon

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TEMPEST272002 6/5/2010 3:27PM

    Hooray! You did it! You are an "official" 5K runner! Congratulations!

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SLIMMERJESSE 6/5/2010 3:22PM

    Hooray for you for following through. And you do look terrific. Have a wonderful day.

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LEONALIONESS 6/5/2010 2:20PM

    Congrats!

I'm very proud of you. *snugs*
Man, my first 5K (not quite a year ago - srsly? It feels like forever ago!) was hot, humid and had a MONSTER hill. I wanted to die. Even feeling like I was going to vomit and die I was glad I'd done it. :)

I don't think I loved that first race like I loved the ones after it - I loved how I felt when I crossed the finish line but it wasn't as fun as my current races are. It was HARD and sort of scary. There were moments during it that I know I felt elated and alive and moments I wanted to sit down and give up. But it bit me with the run bug but good.

Honestly, anything under a 10 miler isn't super fun for me because I have to push so hard and go so much faster than I like. I tend to run those races at 8:30 - 9 min miles and I HATE running that fast! I much prefer my more leisurely 10-11 min/mile half marathon pace. :) I'd rather run 20 miles with a nice, slow and steady pace - good solid 145-150 heart rate - than run 3 that quickly with my HR whamming away at 170+. Ick.

You did AWESOME! You should be so proud. :)
I ran a 14+ today (in spitting rain!) and I thought of you while I was out, hoping your race went well. :D

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MONTY68 6/5/2010 1:55PM

    Hi
Great blog and a great race. You did well, I don't know where you live, but here in florida most races start early because of the heat. Each time you do something you learn a new idea. And more importantly you have shown that one who wants to run can.

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CRAVE_FREE 6/5/2010 1:52PM

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DAYHIKER 6/5/2010 1:45PM

    You look great and you finished well for your first race!! emoticon I used to run but never did enter a race so I am really proud of you for tackling it!

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SANDRAFIVE 6/5/2010 12:33PM

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SHEILA1505 6/5/2010 12:31PM

    Congratulations! You did it :))

Big hugs and love

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