Fat to Fit, My diary on how I plan to get there.

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Recently I needed something to get me out of bed every day. I have decided to go from my mid 200s weight and see where this marathon training journey takes me. I hope to be able to run 26.2 miles next year in a marathon. I do not need to place in the top but my whole family is supporting this goal. I want to get back to my fit shape, and even though this snow is depressing me I need something to motivate me. Here it is. Tomorrow. My journey begins from Fat to Fit.
I am going to log my workouts here every day. So this journey begins.
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    Nancy-Ive been a runner as long as I can remember. I had a 7 year stretch I was just too busy to take any time for myself. It was time now to take back my life.
    Sundays is Strength training, Monday I plan to run/walk for about 36 minutes, either at the gym on the treadmill or out in town at the wildlife refuge, it all will depend on how much snow is on the ground, Tuesdays I plan on doing Strength training again, Wednesday I plan to put another minute on my run/walk, Thursday it will be strength Training again, Friday I will doing a long run/walk for an hour, Saturday, I plan to spend with my family. Granted this coming week Thanksgiving my schedule will be to take thursday off, and do exercise Saturday.
    1947 days ago
    Wow planning a marathon. I know that is somewhere in my future, but not a year away. :) I am doing my second 5K on Thanksgiving, then moving up to an 8K in December, with my first 10K on New years Eve. Don't know if I'll be able to jog the entire 8K less alone the 10K, but I am still working on it. How many races have you completed? How do you train?
    1947 days ago
    Good job and good luck!
    1949 days ago
    emoticon Keep the faith and don't let anybody tell you other wise.
    1950 days ago
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