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June 13th: Progress Pictures: 100 Day Challenge Day 3

Thursday, June 14, 2012



I just realized that I failed to include my progress pics for June ...so here goes! BTW - the girl that takes these pictures is NOT the best photographer...i hate the angles and the shadows)















NOW...i want to compare some shots. I truly believe if you want to see the actual "results" of your hard work - you need to look at yourself with as little clothes on as possible. Since i print these pics for a weight loss scrapbook album, it's capri's and a sports bra.

April was when i started taking full body shots, so here goes:

BTW - can you tell that i've been at the pool much by my June pictures?

April 1st / June 1st


April 1st / June 1st


April 1st / June 1st


I think i can see a HUGE difference in my back fat. Especially the roll closer to my butt area.



My friend came over last night because she wanted to go to the gym with me. Fine, never a problem. Here's what i observed her doing: she jumped on the stationary bike and rode it s-l-o-w-l-y for 30 minutes. Then she moved to the weight room because that's where i was at. She proceeded to do ONLY 4 moves and took like 5 minute breaks in between them because she was texting. Then when i went to go to the treadmill she said she was going to work on core in the classroom. Cool...except she just walked around the gym for about 15 minutes looking at stuff and then just ended up going into the sauna for 15 minutes. She did come out to the treadmill and completed a mile. Am i too harsh in thinking that i'm wasting my time by waiting for her to go to the gym on wednesdays when she doesn't even stay the entire time i'm there? Or that i don't even ask her if she wants to join me in a walk at some new park? Or that i don't even talk to her about exercising and weight loss at all anymore? I feel like it goes in one ear and out the other. AND yes - this is the same friend that ran in the last part of saturdays 5k without me. I'm just frustrated with her. Stop telling me all of these things you want and or wish you could do and FREAKING do something about it already! I know it takes time for everyone to get on board - and it has to be when they are ready. But if your @ss is going to drag me down - it'll cut the damn ropes! I'm just frustrated and i'm not like this until i've had enough of someone taking advantage of me and/or my time.

On another note...

The scale read 273.8 this morning...i had to do a double take!



So remember some odd blogs ago how i said sometimes i get in the dumps about myself and what i wish i had in my life (this happens like once a month if you can guess when)? Well one of the things i said was that i've never been called beautiful and then someone did call me that like the next day - and NOT someone here on Spark (at least that i knew of). Well...someone else told me that again. I'm not going to lie - it feels nice!

Here's another wish - i wish that the pictures we take of ourselves looked half as good as we thought we looked while taking them. You know what i mean? Pictures are harsh because it shows the reality of the situation versus what we see in the mirrors. Often times in the mirror i think i look amazing and then i see a picture and wonder what the hell i was thinking...ever get those moments? That's why most of our "ah-ha!" moments are based off of a picture we see of ourselves. Cruelty is what it is...


I reference this picture a lot because it's true...at least for me! LOL

June Goals:
* My ultimate goal this month is to get that bridesmaid dress to zipper up all the way
* Complete 202 miles...completed 80.03

Other Goals:
* Yearly goal of 1500 miles...completed 628.65
* Yearly goal of dropping 100lbs...lost 45.2lbs
* Overall goal of dropping 169lbs...REACHED 26.75%



Here are my goals over the next 19 days:
emoticon 6/11 6.74 miles, Core (ACTUAL: 6.82 miles walk/jog, 8.71 miles on the bike, Core, and a little ST)

emoticon 6/12 6 miles, ST (ACTUAL: 6.1 miles walking, ST)

emoticon 6/13 3 miles, 8 bike miles, ST (ACTUAL: 3.04 miles walk/jog, 8.66 miles on the bike, ST)

6/14 3.74 miles, Core
6/15 3.74 miles, Core
6/16 6 miles, 8 bike miles, ST
6/17 6.74 miles, ST
6/18 3.74 miles, Core
6/19 6 miles, ST
6/20 3 miles, 8 bike miles, ST
6/21 3.74 miles, Core
6/22 3.74 miles, Core
6/23 6 miles, 8 bike miles, ST
6/24 6.74 miles, ST
6/25 3.74 miles, Core
6/26 6 miles, ST
6/27 3 miles, 8 bike miles, ST
6/28 3.74 miles, Core
6/29 3.74 miles, Core
6/30 6 miles, 8 bike miles, ST

  
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WILDBEANERZ 6/15/2012 7:47AM

    There is definitely a noticeable difference in your back in those pictures. Keep up the hard work!

Your friend doesn't sound like she is the completely supportive type. If you want to ask her to come along to the gym that is fine but don't base your time there on her. If she comes along, great, but if not...oh well. That is her loss. You are doing what you are doing for you, not her. If she decides to come along for the ride that is even better to have a partner in this journey.

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TRACYZABELLE 6/15/2012 6:51AM

    I need to take more pics! emoticon

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BRANDI.FEY 6/14/2012 4:15PM

    You are doing awesome! And, yes, there is definitely a difference in those photos! Good for you! emoticon

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WONDERJUL 6/14/2012 3:50PM

    You have some great goals and some great motivation!
Harsh or not harsh regarding your friend? I don't know but I would do what is BEST for YOU! Do not spend any time or energy worrying about her. You go the gym when you want to go and if she is ready and willing at that time great. if not, fine. We all need friends and their support but if she is not being supportive you need to do more of your own thing. but remain encouraging to her but not overbearing.
Good luck! You are doing great!

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JAMIELOGICAL 6/14/2012 3:50PM

    Definitely see the difference in your back and your arms. Did you see how you have like, some definition in your forearms in the shot where you are holding them straight out to your side?

This friend of yours just seems like bad news to me. Between her behavior in the 5k last week and her behavior at the gym yesterday, she just does not seem to be the type of person who is going to give you the kind of support you want/need on this journey.

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GIGI0607 6/14/2012 3:21PM

    Great Job & Keep up the good work.... You really make me want to go to the gym & do better myself. I keep pushing off the gym even thou I have had my work out clothes in the car since Monday. Thank you for blogging this story. emoticon emoticon

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JMEPAYNE 6/14/2012 2:57PM

    You can TOTALLY see a difference! way to go on your progress! you are rocking your goals and it is paying off. keep up the great work :)

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CLESSFAT 6/14/2012 2:56PM

    You are doing an AWESOME job! I see the difference!! CONGRATS on your progress!!!


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GIRLONFIRE1979 6/14/2012 2:42PM

    i loved your blog!!! you're a great writer! as for the exercise buddy...if it's not feeling right to you anymore then do what you need to in order to stay focused. she may not even realize how much her mannerisms are upsetting you.

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CASHE00 6/14/2012 2:39PM

    You are doing awesome! I like how you write down your exercise schedule. That's a great idea, and may be something I should do. Would give me something to be accountable to. I like your blog, and the pictures are great. I too, want that tattoo! ;-)

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KISSYOURFATE 6/14/2012 2:32PM

    I have to be honest, I'm going to get that tattoo. :-)

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June 12: Fat loss fairies & evil doers! 100 Day Challenge - Day 2

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

June Goals:
* My ultimate goal this month is to get that bridesmaid dress to zipper up all the way
* Complete 202 miles...completed 68.33

Other Goals:
* Yearly goal of 1500 miles...completed 616.95
* Yearly goal of dropping 100lbs...lost 44.4lbs
* Overall goal of dropping 169lbs...REACHED 26.27%



Here are my goals over the next 19 days:
emoticon 6/11 6.74 miles, Core (ACTUAL: 6.82 miles walk/jog, 8.71 miles on the bike, Core, and a little ST)

emoticon 6/12 6 miles, ST (ACTUAL: 6.1 miles walking, ST)

6/13 3 miles, 8 bike miles, ST
6/14 3.74 miles, Core
6/15 3.74 miles, Core
6/16 6 miles, 8 bike miles, ST
6/17 6.74 miles, ST
6/18 3.74 miles, Core
6/19 6 miles, ST
6/20 3 miles, 8 bike miles, ST
6/21 3.74 miles, Core
6/22 3.74 miles, Core
6/23 6 miles, 8 bike miles, ST
6/24 6.74 miles, ST
6/25 3.74 miles, Core
6/26 6 miles, ST
6/27 3 miles, 8 bike miles, ST
6/28 3.74 miles, Core
6/29 3.74 miles, Core
6/30 6 miles, 8 bike miles, ST



We all have those people in our lives that are negative. REGARDLESS of what you do, or they do or did, they are negative. "Hey look at these pretty flowers i bought!" They say, "hmmm...looks like they are dieing." Why can't they just say, wow that's great! and move on? Being that most of us on Spark are attempting to lose weight (some more then others), we have to hear these negative people on a daily basis. We have the people at work, "Are you really going to eat that? I thought you were dieting!" Or the family and friends at home, "I know you've been working hard, so let's celebrate with a pizza and beer!" Or the, "Come on! It's a special occasion!" I've heard my fair share of these statements - even more so over the last few months. This past weekend, i had a friend say something similar to me and my response was, "my entire life has been about special occasion eating. I won't do it this time." And as soon as i said it, i felt like fireworks were going off inside of me! I was proud of myself for standing up and saying NO!

But let's get real. WE, ourselves, are our worse enemy. We KNOW all too well what are weaknesses are when it comes to food. My weakness is Reese's peanut butter Cups and Pizza. If i have either in my place - i will EAT it ALL before nights end! And it's not like i just cram it into my mouth and call it done. I savor EVERY bite as if it were my last. The grease from the pizza on my fingertips...ahhh heaven! (Hey - Don't act like you don't know what i mean!) So why do we do it? Why do we self sabotage? I know when i'm grocery shopping which isles to ignore. The HARDEST part is that dang check out line - the Reese's are RIGHT THERE! And i catch myself stealing glances at it, as if i'm a cheating spouse stealing glances at someone new...i'm cheating on myself! Once i even bought some Reese's and threw them right in the freezer thinking that i'll eat them as a reward later on in the week...ya right! Those things are even BETTER frozen! Good grief!

We...I need to watch who i allow into my life. And if they aren't on board with what i'm doing and where i'm going, then it's time for a discussion. I've had to tell friends recently that they are just too negative. I've had to repeatedly tell them, "Yes i am eating this bag of cheetos flamin hot potato chips. This is my life - not just some diet for a few months. If i won't eat something now i won't eat it in the future. BUT if i know that it's something i want to keep in my life as a food or drink, then i'll eat it as long as i know i have the calories to count for it. It's not a diet, it's a lifestyle." So many people think that you have to DIET, thus giving up ALL foods that we've come to enjoy. That's why for so many people it doesn't work and they give up and fail. BUT for those of us that have realized this truth - its working and we are ENJOYING what we eat!

I've also had to tell co-workers that my weight loss is non of their business. And if they would like to continue this discussion we can with HR since it's harassment. Usually they shut up and walk away. I'm sure they are talking about me somewhere - BUT the point is I don't have to listen to it and feel bad or angry about it later on. It's time to stand up for ourselves and realize we don't have to be talked down to or scolded for what we are doing - especially if it's working!



That's all about other people. What about yourself? What's your own attitude towards this new lifestyle? I still find myself EVERYDAY talking myself out of going to the gym. I dread even putting on my sports bra. Why? Because i know WORK is just around the corner - and didn't i just work all day? But guess what? I still put on my sports bra...and i still get the heck out of my place and head on towards the gym. Why? Because i refuse to allow that evil voice in my head to win! It's reigned for way too long! So now i've recruited a new inner voice! The fat loss fairy! She beats down that nasty voice with things such as, "Vicky is strong!", "She will put on her shoes and walk out the door", "she's got this", and "she's no longer listening to you!" Sometimes we need to act a little crazy in order to get things done my friends!

  
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KATHIES518 6/13/2012 4:35PM

    Wow - really hit home for me on a few of these statements - mostly the cutting negative people out of your life. You have an amazing attitude and I want one of those fat fighting fairies too!

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WANNARUN22 6/13/2012 4:31PM

    You ARE AWESOME!!!! What I total mind/attitude shift. You can do this. You ARE doing this!

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CHICAT63 6/13/2012 4:03PM

    Love this - You GO GIRL !!!! emoticon

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JAMIELOGICAL 6/13/2012 2:00PM

    I love what you say about losing weight not meaning being on a "diet". I go out of my way to not use the word "diet" most of the time. I prefer to use the word "nutrition" when talking about the food I eat. I have Oreos and a Starbucks Frappuccino almost every single day. That may not seem like "diet" food to most people, but I work it into my nutrition ranges, so I feel no shame about it whatsoever.

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VIOLETVICKIE 6/13/2012 12:33PM

    I LOVE your positive attitude and your honesty about how others talk about us or talk us into things and how we do it to ourselves. It is all true! Thank you very much for sharing your struggles and achievements. You're doing an emoticon job and I know you're going to continue to succeed!

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IAMZBEE 6/13/2012 11:28AM

    "Sometimes we need to act a little crazy in order to get things done my friends!"

SOOOOO true!!!! Keep up the great work. It's your life, not theirs!!!

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June 11: 100 Day Challenge - Day 1

Tuesday, June 12, 2012



June Goals:
* My ultimate goal this month is to get that bridesmaid dress to zipper up all the way
* Complete 202 miles...completed 62.23

Other Goals:
* Yearly goal of 1500 miles...completed 610.85
* Yearly goal of dropping 100lbs...lost 43.2lbs

I've now LOST 25% of the weight i am looking to lose!!!!!!
AND
I'm almost at the half way mark for what i want to lose by the end of this year!

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Here are my goals over the next 19 days:
emoticon 6/11 6.74 miles, Core (ACTUAL: 6.82 miles walk/jog, 8.71 miles on the bike, Core, and a little ST)

6/12 6 miles, ST
6/13 3 miles, 8 bike miles, ST
6/14 3.74 miles, Core
6/15 3.74 miles, Core
6/16 6 miles, 8 bike miles, ST
6/17 6.74 miles, ST
6/18 3.74 miles, Core
6/19 6 miles, ST
6/20 3 miles, 8 bike miles, ST
6/21 3.74 miles, Core
6/22 3.74 miles, Core
6/23 6 miles, 8 bike miles, ST
6/24 6.74 miles, ST
6/25 3.74 miles, Core
6/26 6 miles, ST
6/27 3 miles, 8 bike miles, ST
6/28 3.74 miles, Core
6/29 3.74 miles, Core
6/30 6 miles, 8 bike miles, ST



Because it was like 104 degrees here yesterday, it's just too hot for me to walk outside. So the gym has been my best friend over the last two or so weeks. And last night i noticed something strange. Tell me if you've witnessed this yourself. For my 5k's i've always been under 55 minutes, this last one was 53 minutes. BUT when i'm on the treadmill it takes me longer to complete the 3.1 miles. Why is that? I'm walking at a speed of about 3.1-3.3 and then i jog at a 3.9-4.1 for about 8 minutes total. But i tend to finish the 3.1 miles closer to the 57 minute mark. Oh well...

I always forget how great i sleep after a tough workout. I mean i can knock out like a baby! BUT to wake up in the morning is soooooo difficult! I wanted to get up this morning at 5am to get a quick 3-4 mile walk in, but i just couldn't pry myself out of bed. My goal is to do the majority of my workout in the morning so that i have more free time in the evenings. I'll set my alarm for 5am tomorrow and REALLY push myself to get out of bed and do a quick walk. Any suggestions?



So my friend that is getting married in 59 days called me yesterday. She's stopped working out for the last 3 weeks and has gained back almost 8lbs! If you recall, she cannot currently fit into her size 10 wedding dress. She's currently a 12...well 14/12 now. She still has 59 days to shape up otherwise, she'll do a last minute off the rack purchase. I won't try my bridesmaid dress back on until this Saturday morning to see where i'm at with it zipping up all the way. I'm hoping i'm getting closer. I know we can't really "spot" train, but any suggestions on moves that target the back - since i need to lose some back fat for this dress to fit? I'm doing various ab moves to improve the front side (reverse crunch, regular crunches, crunches with your legs in the air, crunches on the stability ball, and oblique crunches).

OH, i almost forgot! I bought what i'm wearing to the dress rehearsal for the wedding! PLEASE excuse the mess on the floor - it was laundry time!


Warriors in Pink uploaded the picture I took with them! I'm still waiting on the ones from the actual race itself...

  
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ASTRONGNEWME 6/13/2012 11:03AM

    As for morning workouts, I have found the best way to get out of bed is to just get up as soon as the alarm goes off and just get started. Give yourself too much time to think, and you may talk yourself out of it! Also, being consistent with the time you go to bed and the time you get up, so your body becomes conditioned to wake up that early.

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RACHELBUGSMAMA 6/13/2012 10:39AM

    You are doing a great job staying on track!


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WONDERJUL 6/13/2012 10:27AM

    Sounds like you are making great progress!!
How wonderful you will feel at the wedding and beyond.
Good luck on your 100 day challenge. I need to start again. I have done it a couple of times and always feel so empowered.
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JAMIELOGICAL 6/12/2012 2:46PM

    I've found that I always run faster outside than on the treadmill. However, that means I end up wearing myself out and having to walk a lot more.

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June 11th: The start of a New Day

Monday, June 11, 2012



June Goals:
* My ultimate goal this month is to get that bridesmaid dress to zipper up all the way
* Complete 202 miles...completed 49.70

Other Goals:
* Yearly goal of 1500 miles...completed 598.32
* Yearly goal of dropping 100lbs...lost 42lbs



Last week i joined a team - 100 Day Challenge - in which you workout for 100 days straight. I loved the idea, and still love the idea. So i needed to be fair to it and to myself, so i took a MUCH needed breather yesterday and i did not beat myself up over it. I simply needed a day to decompress and look ahead and plan out where i wanted to go and where i wanted to end up for this last half of 2012. So today starts my Day 1 of the 100 Day Challenge.

Here are my goals over the next 19 days:
6/11 6.74 miles, Core
6/12 6 miles, ST
6/13 3 miles, 8 bike miles, ST
6/14 3.74 miles, Core
6/15 3.74 miles, Core
6/16 6 miles, 8 bike miles, ST
6/17 6.74 miles, ST
6/18 3.74 miles, Core
6/19 6 miles, ST
6/20 3 miles, 8 bike miles, ST
6/21 3.74 miles, Core
6/22 3.74 miles, Core
6/23 6 miles, 8 bike miles, ST
6/24 6.74 miles, ST
6/25 3.74 miles, Core
6/26 6 miles, ST
6/27 3 miles, 8 bike miles, ST
6/28 3.74 miles, Core
6/29 3.74 miles, Core
6/30 6 miles, 8 bike miles, ST



Compliments are weird. It's especially weird if you aren't used to receiving them. I was coming home yesterday with some friends after our volunteer work at a local homeless shelter and one of the guys reference that all of the girls (there were just two of us) in the car were beautiful. My initial thought was that he just included me so that i wouldn't feel bad. But then i quickly told myself to stop thinking that way and accept his compliment for what it was - a compliment that just a few blogs ago i said i wanted! It was nice to hear someone reference me as beautiful.



Now let's talk about this 5k i completed this past weekend. A friend of mine decided that she wanted to join me so we got there at 6am so that she could register for the event. That left us with almost 2 hours before the 5k started. So we just walked around the various booths - many of them were still just setting up. Now, i had just completed another 5k back in April and during that 5k i NEVER had my pictures taken by the volunteers. And we saw them everywhere we went! But this time, most likely because i had the wig and glasses on, i was a little more "special" so every time i turned around a volunteer was snapping my picture or other walkers came up to me and asked if they could have their picture taken with me. It was so COOL! I'm waiting for them to upload their pictures so that i can tag myself and share them with you all. I can't wait to see them!

So this course was very different then the previous course just simply because the route had barely any shaded areas. I was out in the full sun the entire time - HOT! It was in the mid 90's and i was sweating! I did manage to walk/jog it but not very much. My friend did not train - ok so maybe over the course of the last 6 weeks my friend walked about 18 miles. She was able to keep up with me so i was very proud of her. BUT at the very last leg of it - i'm talking about that last 0.10 miles she decided to give it one last push and jog it in and by that time i was walking with a sharp pain my side. I was just a little bit mad that she would just take off like that at the end where as i stayed and walked slower for her for the entire first 3 miles. Truth be told i should have just ran it in at the end with her - but i was a bit mad so i wanted a few seconds away from her. She beat my time by 40 seconds. I kept quiet the rest of the time we were there. For my September 5k i don't want her there with me. I want to complete the 5k without having to be held up by her just so that in the end she can take off to beat my time. What kind if person does that?

My goal for the September 5k is to complete it under 50 minutes. I plan on going alone so that i can just go at my own pace and do my own thing. I already have plans for what i'd like to wear. I'll start creating it in the next week or two so i'll post pictures! I love creating mew things! It's exciting.

So here's what i wore...


Let the 100 Day Challenge begin!

  
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JAMIELOGICAL 6/12/2012 9:30AM

    I never really liked the idea of running a 5k "with" someone. Last summer, when I was doing a bunch of 5k races with my brother-in-law, I wouldn't have dreamed of sticking with him the whole time or vice versa. The entire appeal of a 5k for me is the personal challenge and trying to push myself to do my absolute best that day. I wouldn't want to hinder someone else and I wouldn't want someone else to hinder me. I think it was pretty crappy of your friend to expect you to stay with her the whole race then she just took off at the very end. Not cool!

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ANGELWENDYMAMA 6/11/2012 9:40PM

    Ugh! Sorry to hear your 'friend' did that to you at the end of the race!!
You rocked it, though! OMG! And please tell me, I'm just curious - but why did you wear a silly wig and glasses? HEY, congrats on finishing another 5K!!!

Your last picture of you on here is FABULOUS!! Your face is really changing and your weight loss is OBVIOUS! Congrats on all your hard work and achievements!!!

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ASTRONGNEWME 6/11/2012 4:08PM

    I love the Wonder Woman picture you used at the top of this blog post. :) It is awesome!

It was kind of tacky for your friend to take off like that especially if you slowed down for her. Have you told her that upset you? Maybe she just got caught up in excitement and didn't think about what she was doing. Doesn't make it right, but sometimes people just don't think.

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June 9: Race for the Cure Plano

Monday, June 11, 2012

I finished the 5k in 53:01 minutes. What that means is that i shaved off 1:54 minutes off of my time from April's Race for the Cure 5k. Here were the differences:

1) It was about 20 degrees hotter thi stime
2) there was basically no shaded route (April's was pretty much shaded the entire time)
3) the route was flat (I like hills as it gives me momentum)

I'm proud that i was able to shave off a bit of time. My next 5k is in September so i', looking to be under 50 minutes for that 5k.

PICTURE TIME!

The night before testing out my attire (I'm a little excited. Can you tell?):


At home getting ready for the day:


Met up with my friend at the event:


I took off the wig and glasses right before we started the 5k:


We're DONE!


It was HOT! Now i'm trying to watch the awards ceremony...


Now i'm at home relaxing...al cleaned up and refreshed:

  
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YESCURLYCAN 6/12/2012 5:22AM

  Congrats! I love the picture of you in pink emoticon

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NEWKATHYNOW 6/11/2012 9:41PM

    You're looking happy even after the run and that's a great thing! Way to go!

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IAMZBEE 6/11/2012 12:12PM

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MAGGIEX3UK 6/11/2012 11:45AM

    Congrats on the race and way to go on the new time!!
I have no doubt that you'll be under 50 minutes come your next race =)
p.s i think you're so aodorable in all of your pictures

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.DUSTY. 6/11/2012 10:51AM

    emoticon Vicky! LOVE your pink do!

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JAMIELOGICAL 6/11/2012 9:31AM

    Yay for setting a new personal record. Looks like you had fun too!

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SRIDGWAY38 6/11/2012 8:48AM

    Congratulations - great job. I'm looking forward to being able to run a 5K at some point. Be proud of yourself, that's awesome!!!

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