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Thursday, June 04, 2009

Yesterday afternoon I was feeling rather tired, but had an "easy run" to do. (I see "easy run" and I think it means "easy but longer than normal," which I just wasn't up to yesterday!) Run_Lift_Eat suggested that I try running the route of my upcoming 5K, and I was all set to do that, but the clouds were looking ominous so I decided to do the run in the center of the town where I live and just get it over with. Turns out that running up and down the busy streets in the center of my town is quite boring and even though it was just a 30-minute "easy" run, I really did not enjoy myself one bit and couldn't wait for it to be over. Blah.

Then last night I didn't sleep well and this morning I woke up with a raging sore throat. Luckily it's gone now, but I hope I don't catch the cold that's been going around my school. I'm pretty sure that being tired and/or coming down with something was part of the reason I didn't enjoy my run yesterday... but I'm also wondering if I was still tired from doing pace work on Tuesday.

This evening I'm supposed to do interval training - I haven't decided yet whether it's going to be speed intervals or hill intervals - or if I'll just drop it and do something easier instead. I haven't done any hill training yet other than just running up and down the hills I've come across during my recent outdoor runs - nothing formal. I also haven't looked into where the nearest track is to practice speed work like a pro. (Seeholz suggested I run on a track, and then I read an article in Runner's World about track workouts for newbies that got me a little excited about the idea. I really ought to get a subscription to that magazine.) The hill work I could see myself attempting on a treadmill, but Bruin suggested doing it on some hill outside and I can't figure out where a good place to do that might be.

Maybe it's just how my week is going, but I'm wondering if it really is a good idea to run three days in a row Tues-Wed-Thurs (which is what the training plan I'm loosely following suggests). I'm wondering if in the next few weeks leading up to my 5K I should cross-train on Wednesdays so I'm fresher for a tough run on Thursdays.

I'm feeling pretty burnt out with school right now and just can't wait for it to be over - 14 days to go. But then I have just one week off until summer school starts...the thing about summer school is that the prep work is always very stressful, but once we get going it's fine - just 14 hours per week! I get three-day weekends every week and we always go on short trips - this summer we'll do TWO trips to Welfleet on the Cape (one might even be a whole week after summer school ends!), we might go back to Martha's Vineyard (we had a great biking weekend there last August), and we've also talked about doing one plane trip - Jess is suggesting Chicago (just because neither of us have been there) but considering my brother and his wife are moving to Sacramento/Davis, I'm wondering whether we should go there instead.

One last thing - due to Bruin's suggestion I tried almond milk - Almond Breeze unsweetened vanilla. I'm still undecided. It's much lower in calories than unsweetened soy milk, but it's also much more watery and I kind of miss the creaminess. Also, I'm used to soy milk that has no added sodium and Almond Breeze does have added salt, which I'm not crazy about. Not sure whether I'll buy it again.

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JENONTHEROX 6/5/2009 12:58PM

    Hill interval runs are always my toughest runs... I do them exclusively on the treadmill since I am a treadmill junkie but I look forward to hearing your hill workout (inside or out). And I definitely agree on pace work being so tiring... I've been feeling it the past couple of weeks.

All those places you listed for travelling are great - I've been to all except Martha's Vineyard. Chicago is a FUN city, I went there for a conference a few years ago & really enjoyed it.

I have to admit I've been drinking Almond Breeze for months now because I was only drinking/using organic soy milk which started to worry me since I'm not sold on the soy. Even though there is sodium in the Almond Milk (I had to recheck the label - sometimes I get the unsweetened Vanilla, but normally I buy the 'Original Unsweetened') there is ALSO potassium in it & in my head, I think it's a good balance with the potassium in there too. I don't drink it straight up though, I add it to tea, to oatmeal/wheatbran, etc...

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RA4945 6/4/2009 4:15PM

    I agree with KJNE80's idea of a training schedule. 3 days of running in a row is too tiresome, especially if you're doing intervals. The rest or cross-training in between will only help to make you stronger. I have yet to do hill intervals but I figure I will need to do them on the treadmill as I would feel ridiculous running up and down the same hill in my neighborhood. If you do hill intervals on the treadmill, please let me know how you do it. And you should definitely subscribe to Runners World because you have become quite the avid runner! Keep up the great work Susan!
Oh, and you have some great ideas for summer trips. I'm so jealous!

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ZIRCADIA 6/4/2009 4:10PM

    I've never run on an outdoor track... I'd like to try it sometime. Only indoors. Anyway. My run Tues and Wed were very boring and couldn't wait for it to be over easy runs. :P OK so the Tuesday run wasn't actually boring I was just too tired. Wed was BORRRRIIINGG. Today was better because I opted to do a tempo run and rocked it out. But yeah -- I'm running Mon OFF, Tues-Wedrun, Friday off, Sat-Sun run... last week I didn't run Saturday though so I ended up with a total of 4 runs. I might do that again this weekend because I'm so BEAT from my current crazy schedule of madness... I want to try Almond Milk, too. I've no idea where to buy it or how expensive it is... how much is it??

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RUN_LIFT_EAT 6/4/2009 3:46PM

    Oh yeah, I need to do sprint work at a track, too. I do fartlek runs (RARELY) outside, but all my speed intervals are on the treadmill, which is totally whimpy compared to a track. I don't know what my hang-up is with doing track intervals. . . what month was that article in RW? I just renewed my subscription, maybe that would jar me out of my wussiness!

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RUN_LIFT_EAT 6/4/2009 3:44PM

    I go with the almond milk because of the super low calories, but it is more watery, for sure.

TOM effects my running and energy levels, too, could it be that? But if you think you would prefer to ellipticate or walk or something easier on Wednesday you should! I think a lot of running schedules kind of assume that running is one's primary workout, whereas for me I lift as much as run so sometimes those schedules cause burnout.

i hope you don't get sick, kids are little incubators for viruses :P! Do you teach college? What do you teach?

We have never been to Chicago either and would like to go. All of those places you mentioned sound fabulous!

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KJNE8O 6/4/2009 3:14PM

    3 back-to-back running days may not be all that great - 2 is fine - but 3 is pushing it. can you change the schedule so you still run as many days but have a nice x-train day or rest day in between? So I'm thinking run 2 days, x train/rest, run... maybe???

And wow - you all get out of school late. When do you start? My dd is already done but she'll start back up in August - around the 24th I think.

Enjoy the summer! Martha's Vineyard sounds wonderful - I've never been that. Enjoy!

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BRUIN2 6/4/2009 2:54PM

    I've decided to only use the almond milk on my cereal - otherwise it just makes me pucker...

And as for a "good" hill - just find a hill and run up and down in a bunch of times! it's that scientific!

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Pace Training Day

Tuesday, June 02, 2009

Today was the scary pace training day - the day where I see how fast I can possibly run 5K on the treadmill. The result? 25:45. Not my fastest ever, but not bad!

A few notes:
*I had a mug of half-caf, and dinner, beforehand, but I think I waited long enough after eating.
*My warm-up consisted of a 4 minute walk and then 2 minutes at 5 mph, then a quick stretch.
*I started the pace workout at 8.5 mph (which I couldn't maintain for long!) and hit my first mile in 7:39.
*I slowly made my way down to about 6.6 mph, but bumped it back up to 8.5 and then 7.0 at the end.
*It took just over 2 minutes of walking at 3mph afterwards to get my heart rate back under 120. It was down to about 109 by minute 30.
*Strength training (chest) was tougher than usual after such hard cardio. That's OK. Sometimes my focus is on strength, but right now it's on speed. (My ab work wasn't affected.)
*My legs are sore!

Yesterday was cross-training. I very much enjoyed popping in and out of the gym in just 30 minutes - did back and shoulders. (During that time I saw a guy doing pushups with both hands on medicine balls and both feet on a balance ball - WOW! I love how seeing others/knowing others are seeing me at the gym pushes me to work harder.) Then I met my hottieboy for a 20-minute walk on some trails in Jamaica Plain. I would have enjoyed a longer walk, but he had to get home for a condo association meeting. The nice thing was that I didn't feel guilty for such a short/easy workout, because I know that with my incredibly hard (for me!) workouts on other days, my body really really needs the rest/recovery days.

Also yesterday a student gave me an ice cream sandwich (kids bring in treats on their birthdays) and I gave it away.

Also this happened quite prematurely, considering I am still overweight, but today I caught a glimpse of my rear view in the mirror at the gym and at first thought it wasn't my own reflection I was seeing because it was thinner than I thought I am. That has happened to me before with mirrors when I've lost weight, but usually not until I'm much thinner than I am right now. Maybe I'm just accepting myself at a higher weight now, I don't know.

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    *laughs* I love the comment about the mirror... that has NEVER happened to me with mirrors, per se, but the other day I was walking into work and caught my profile and turned around to see if someone was walking in behind me because I swore it couldn't have been me :D hehe..

Way to go! I'm excited to see how you do on your next 5k.

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KJNE8O 6/3/2009 2:38PM

    You make my top speed of 6.5 on the TM seem like a snails pace! Darn you are FAST!!

Your recovery rate goes to show you just how healthy you really are - regardless of the # on the scale! You are doing awesome and are a huge inspiration :)

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RA4945 6/3/2009 1:54PM

    Wow Susan, your work outs really inspire me! I want to be fast like you!!! I can't wait to hear about your 5k. When is it again? You'll break the 25 min PR. I know it!! Way to go on passing up the ice cream bar. That is SO HARD to do! I'm proud of you and inspired once again.

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SEEHOLZ 6/3/2009 11:51AM

    You are super speed Susan! WOW--- you totally rocked that and are well on your way to your PR! Also,great point about the recovery---- SOOOO important!
I can't comment on the reflection, except to say that I liked what I saw yesterday at the gym and then hated what I saw when I got home... yeh, I'm screwed up-LOL ... ( liked as in I saw improvement!)

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RUN_LIFT_EAT 6/3/2009 8:17AM

    I feel the same way about seeing people at the gym! I love seeing people of all shapes and sizes and figure that wherever we are on our fitness journey go us for being there when we could be a million other places :)

I am so impressed with your healthy perspective about rest days and cross training. I swear Susan, the mental aspects are the hardest freaking part (not that I am saying something you don't know!) and I think you are a role model for conquering those demons!

Can you go run the race route of the 5k you're doing?

This is off topic, but I keep going back to something you said in a blog awhile back about that switch that used to go off like, "hurry up eat whatever you want while you can before she comes to her senses!" That REALLY resonated with me! I think you were talking in context of social situations, at the time I thought, "Oh thank goodness I don't do that anymore" but I TOTALLY do that at home, like once a week, then I feel like CRAP the next day. Physically (because I overate) and mentally because I feel like a failure. I didn't realize the psychology behind it until it happened after reading your blog. That is EXACTLY what is going on. My mind is like, "HURRY! Eat a skinny cow, hurry, go back for CEREAL!!! Don't you want a bagel?? COME ON BEFORE SHE MAKES US BEHAVE AGAIN!" I feel like being armed with this realization may help me next time. If (when) it happens again I am going to acknowledge what is going on which then allows me to make a CONSCIOUS choice to give in or not. So thanks! Please keep sharing your insight with us!


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SKYFYRE 6/3/2009 1:41AM

    Go Girl! That was a FAST 5K!

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JENONTHEROX 6/2/2009 10:48PM

    Your run workout sounds INTENSE. I love it! My top sprints are at 7.0mph (I am just winded thinking of 8.5mph, ugh!!!) & at most I run that for 90 seconds taking it down to 5.6mph.

I'm with you on seeing people REALLY push themselves at the gym. I love seeing medicine ball pushups, a very serious WOW.

You're doing so great with your hard-core workouts & self-discipline... emoticon emoticon emoticon

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BRUIN2 6/2/2009 10:00PM


You are my speed demon hero!!

Way to rock it girl!!

And of course your rear view is looking H-O-T; you're a running machine, that's good for the booty!!!!

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MARATHONER340 6/2/2009 9:44PM

    8.5 mph on the TM is hard! I try doing repeats at that my goal is to run 7min pace for a kudos for you for doing part of your run that fast! I KNOW you can run a 24min 5k...and probably faster!! =) And I bet that rear is lookin' pretty hot! Glad you think so too! =)

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ZIRCADIA 6/2/2009 8:41PM

    I always love seeing someone at the gym really pushing it and doing something impressive. :) It's inspiring! YAY for recognizing your hard work for hard days, and taking it easy on easy days GUILT FREE. YAY! :) I remember right after I got my hair cut short I was with my sister in a dressing room at Target -- it had mirrors in both corners and I caught a glimpse of myself from behind and I DID NOT RECOGNIZE MYSELF. YEAH -- um, my sister was sitting in the corner and I was the only one there and I still didn't think it was me. I had a total out of body experience looking at myself that day -- it was like my transformation was complete. Even though I still lost another 25lbs after that.

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Best "Computer Game" Ever?

Monday, June 01, 2009

What a ripoff - it turns out that I could only play the games on my new computer for free a handful of times. Now if I want to play them again, I'm prompted to a screen that invites me to buy "chips." WTF?? But also, what a blessing in disguise - there will be no more wasting any time on computer games! Instead, when I have free time (and in summer I always have plenty), I can exercise, cook, read, shop, write, travel... DO productive things!

However, there is still one MAJOR reason to keep my computer nearby all summer...SparkPeople, of course. The other day I realized I was actually eagerly anticipating sitting down with my handwritten notes about what I'd eaten all day and entering the information into my SP nutrition tracker. I love to tally it all up and see whether I met all my nutrient goals each day. It occurred to me that it's similar to the "thrill" (I'm a nerd) of figuring out that last little bit in a computer puzzle game and getting a new high score. And in a computer game there are often "bonus" points you can earn - well, hello Spark Points, entering a new lower weight for my weight ticker, getting an email telling me that someone has left me a comment on my blog - SparkPeople is like a huge computer game!!

There is one essential difference between this website and any computer game, however. With a game, the best you can possibly expect is to be listed top on the high scores page. With SparkPeople, if you win, you get a healthy, beautiful body. I know which one I choose!!

PS - I am not promising anything, but I'm doing a little research into when the next half marathon in my area is.. so far I haven't found one, but there is a 10K that goes right past my old place in Newton this Sunday (and also shares a bit of the Boston Marathon route) that looks rather tempting. ;)

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    rofl... I wondered why I liked spark people so much. You're right! it's just a big game with a huge! (or should I say TINY!) reward!


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    Good blog-- I forgot how addicting SP can be. I can't wait until the end of my day so I can hop onto SP!!

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ZIRCADIA 6/1/2009 4:56PM

    SparkPeople IS the best computer game ever!!!!!!! :D hehehe cool.

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SEEHOLZ 6/1/2009 3:27PM

    I disagree with the level of challenge - 10K's and halfs are 2 different races, even though I think that 10K's are more similar to 5K's and Halfs more similar to Fulls... that's my take---13.1 miles vs. 6.2 miles does feel different- for me. But, maybe you'll be lucky and it will feel just as hard as a 10K---- would be surprised however.
Anyways, computer games do not tempt me - at all. I don't know what it is, but I just simply feel like I have no time. TV, on the other hand... man, am I glad it's summer. I don't watch TV in the summer... and I'm planning on eliminating time in the fall and not watching any new shows.
Have a lovely rest of your day and if your heart desires, go for the 10K!!! I wished I had such excitement towards racing right now. But, you're making me think that it might be time to try to find a race or so in Europe...

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RUN_LIFT_EAT 6/1/2009 2:53PM

    Oooh! Definitely do the 10k!!!!! And I will say that for me, when I run a 10k it "feels" about the same as a half. In other words, Halfs don't really feel more challenging to me than 10ks, so I think if you got a 10k down, you can TOTALLY do a half!

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Easy Run

Sunday, May 31, 2009

Today's easy run was in a beautiful location - Marina Bay and Wollaston Beach in Quincy! I ran while my boyfriend and a friend ate brunch. :) Here's the stats:
40 min
3.64 miles
5.5 mph
11 min/mi
166 calories

It was easy, except that it was rather hot and sunny, and I was getting thirsty. Toward the end I was telling myself, "just 13 more minutes...just 8 more minutes...anybody can do 3 more minutes..." It reminded me of what some of my Spark friends have blogged about telling themselves during longer races.

We also went to the gym and for some surprising reason, my lunges were much easier than normal today! We were at the gym for a total of 43 minutes - I did legs and 18 minutes on the bike.

I then came home and had a spinach salad with organic strawberries from Trader Joe's that were the sweetest, most delicious strawberries ever. Yummmmmmmmm!

I have a question for anyone who has done a half marathon or longer - doesn't it hurt?? I was getting mighty sore on my 7.5 mile run yesterday toward the end, and I was definitely sore afterwards. I think my biggest block against signing up for a half marathon is a fear of pain! Though I wonder, if I just went and signed up without thinking about it, could I do it? There's a growing part of me that feels like I could. But then I decide against it because it just seems like TOO much - past the point of being good for me.

My boyfriend got fitted for a tux for his sister's early July wedding today. I need a dress - what a fun excuse to go shopping! I'm kind of itching to go out of my comfort zone with this dress... try something really current and "not me" at first glance. I can't wait to see Jess in a tux - he is going to look super hot!!! :)

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RA4945 6/2/2009 1:43PM

    Hi Susan, I fell way behind on blogs and just caught up on yours. Wow, I am so impressed by your progress! And you should know, I read about your intervals a week or so ago and even though I didn't comment at the time, you inspired me to run faster during my interval training at the gym. You are incredibly strong and fast! And I have to give you my 2 cents about the half marathon. I have done several and I think they are awesome. If you follow a good training plan, the pain will be minimal. In fact, my last half marathon in February earned me a new PR and I never even got sore from it! Well, maybe a tad bit but nothing worth remembering. You have everything it takes to run a HM and love it. You just have to decide if that is what you really want to do. It definitely takes some dedication to your training, but I know you can do that. I can't wait to read more about your progress. You are doing so great!!! emoticon

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KJNE8O 6/1/2009 12:25PM

    Pain - Schmain! Don't fear the pain - your muslces are sore means you're alive to feel the soreness and able to run so that you can make them sore! I say go for it! And everything everyone else said too - LOL.

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FITGIRL15 6/1/2009 11:05AM

    I bet you could do it... butif you think it will push you past the point of being healthy, why would you? If you still need to work on your training, I'd get that under my belt before pressing to double your distance and risk injuries! (But I'm no where neal a runner!)

Do what feels right for YOU right now!!!

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SEEHOLZ 6/1/2009 10:40AM

    I ran my first half after never having run more than 6 miles--- you so got the stamina girl- you work out hard! I know 100% that you can do it.
I think it's only worth doing if you WANT to---- if you think you SHOULD, because you have someting to proof to yourself, don't do it!
I mean, you never know until you try, but doing something that you hate just because someone else did or to proof it to yourself, is no fun. I think you'll know when you are ready to give it a try! It's MUCH easier than you think!

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KMWKENT 6/1/2009 10:22AM

    In my opinion, it's all mental. Before I ran my first half in Sept 2004, I had trained for a 10-miler back in April. I hadn't run since, but I knew I was capable of doing 10 and figured if I ran slow enough, I could add an extra 3. So, I had the mindset that I could do it even though I hadn't trained or even ran 13 miles ever before! So I trotted along at an 11:20 pace and finished in just under 2.5 hours. Yes, I was sore the following days, but it was so worth it and FUN! There's a Rock N Roll Half Marathon in Va Beach that I've done twice. The bands playing along the course are so motivating. As long as you take it slow, you'll definitely be able to finish it. (And no one says you can't walk at the water stops! The key is to take it easy and have confidence in yourself! And not to let all of the people passing you at the starting line keep you from jogging at a very slow's tempting to run faster, but when you feel great crossing the finish line because you ran slowly, you'll be glad you didn't follow the crowd!) I'm trying to decide whether to do the RnR Half again this year, but it's only two weeks before my triathlon, it may not be smart to do them so close together.
Good luck! My recommendation is to just go for it and sign up for one! You can definitely do it!

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ZIRCADIA 6/1/2009 8:48AM

    I've never done a half, but I'm training for a full this year and I'm no where near the runner you are -- so don't be shy. DO IT. ;) hahahaha.

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RUN_LIFT_EAT 6/1/2009 8:37AM

    Get a DRESS! Definitely use it as an excuse to shop :)!

When I trained for my first we happened to have a hot tub at our last house. I know, totally random but the previous owners sold it with the house, that helped out A LOT. Because those Sunday long runs did kick my butt, my feet would be sore and my joints would ache some, but it wasn't unbearable. For subsequent halfs I have refused to do as religious or rigorous a training and I haven't experienced the same levels of ache or fatigue. I think you should sign up and do one. You just gotta do it! If you can run 7.5 you can do a half.

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SKYFYRE 6/1/2009 4:38AM

    POoh! I read Briegh's answer and I like it better than mine, but here is mine:
Not if you train right.
Ok, there is more, like the blisters, and oh yeah, running around 3-5000 other runners will make you push yourself faster than you would have normally ran and you might be a wee bit sore, but nothing some ibuprofen and a smile won't fix! Do it! If my back was in better shape I'd be doing one in 2 months, but I know that's not realistic! Go Girlie, Run!

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BRUIN2 5/31/2009 8:48PM

    Does it hurt you ask...

Well, does what hurt?

It all depends! Your feet may hurt if you get a blister. Your legs may hurt if you haven't trained enough. Your jaw may hurt from clenching your teeth and/or smiling so hard.


Those are such minor hurts.

And they are ALL worth it.

The biggest thing about distance running is your mental fortitude. You have to train yourself to keep going when all you want to do is stop. You have to trick your mind and your legs into keep going. You have to run when others are eating brunch.

And you know what? You won't remember the pain once you cross the finish line. You'll just be wondering when you can do it all again!

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Week 8 Ends - and brings many milestones!

Sunday, May 31, 2009

Week 1 -1lb
Week 2 -2lb
Week 3 -1lb
Week 4 -0.4lb
Week 5 -2lb
Week 6 -1lb
Week 7 -lb
Week 8 -2lb

*Two months back on track!
*Ten pounds gone!
*15 pounds to go
*Er...I was about to say I have a BMI in the normal range now, but I just checked it and I don't. I weigh 154.6 today, and my BMI is 25.0. (If I weighed 154.5 my BMI would be 24.9.) Oh well, that's coming very very very soon!

Last night we went to a restaurant with a huge beer list, so I just got whatever the waiter recommended, and it definitely wasn't light. The creamy beer I got was my reward for those 7.5 miles yesterday! Then I had a "green apple salad" for dinner. It wasn't had full-fat feta, pomegranate viniagrette, and candied walnuts (which are way tooooo delicious).

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SEEHOLZ 5/31/2009 3:39PM

    Hmm, your BMI of 25 is normal range!
You have done so much in the past 2 months- awesome!

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ZIRCADIA 5/31/2009 2:38PM

    CONGRATS! D That salad sounds delicious! :D

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GERMANPICKLE 5/31/2009 11:57AM

  wow!!! way to go.
I really need a push to get me running towards these types of results!! I waaaant to but I don't want to enough to get push it. I'm riding my bike to work - good - and eating afternoon snacks - not so good - and ending right where I started. What a shock. emoticon


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FITGIRL15 5/31/2009 11:17AM

    Impressive results, Susan! Way to go!

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You're rocking this Susan!

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