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New Project - Intuitive Eating
Well, I've come to a decision. Partly, this has been brought on by one of my favorite blogs 'The Great Fitness Experiment' and partly, it's been brought on by myself. I need to tackle this ONE HUGE FEAR I have.
I am very afraid of w... Read more
Running... With Other People?
So my marathon strategy has almost completely changed. Except for one part -- I am still set on losing weight. It's been 2 weeks of serious focus on my diet - and I'm down to 123 lbs! .
The biggest change to my strategy was my impuls... Read more
Remember 43 things? It's this cool website where you list 43 life goals. And then you check them off one by one..
I had totally forgotten about this list until last night. I looked it up just for fun. And, I've realized that I comple... Read more
NYC ING Marathon Training Strategy 2010
It's coming up... very quick. Marathon Training for this year's ING NYC Marathon starts July 5th. I've decided to do the Hal Higdon Novice 2 schedule.
The Novice 2 is slightly more difficult than the Novice 1 I did last year, but onl... Read more
Yesterday a work colleague told me she'd read a study that stated that doing a lot of exercise wasn't the key to weight loss. The key was really eating less. As I listened, I nodded. I knew all of this. I mean, I trained for a marathon and... Read more
Today I am working on visualizing THAT girl. Myself, smaller. My life, as I want it to be. I want to be my best self, all the time. THAT girl who runs, that girl who is kind and friendly to others, that girl on top of her finances and her... Read more
Remembering how to do this...
It's amazing. It's been a while since I actually tried to lose some pounds. And, I am just now really remembering the weird inner-dialogue that takes place. One side of the brain wants to snack to procrastinate, or to fulfill some salt or s... Read more
Knocking an Hour off my Marathon Time... and other Goals
The year is off to a really good start!
After about 2 weeks off, I'm back in the running routine, doing 15 miles a week. The plan is to gradually increase from there until I get up to about 20 to 25, and do speed training. I hope to ... Read more
2009 was full of surprises. So, I hate to make predictions as to what 2010 will bring. I HOPE it wil be nothing like I expect.
I'm starting the year doing the opposite of most people. I'm not hitting the gym. I took a week off exercise... Read more
It's a shame. When I go out and run in the cold, my nose runs to a ridiculous degree. The rest of the time, it seems, I'm fine.
To get acclimated to the cold, I still do at least one run outside a week. But the rest of the time,... Read more
4M Race... and Weight... and a Neti Pot
My goal for these past couple months has been to lose 7 lbs before the end of the year. I was imagining hitting 120. Now, with about 2 weeks left, I must report. I am not there.
It's been a 2 lbs battle since Thanksgiving, up and ... Read more
Joe Kleinerman 10K Race Report !
It was supposed to be a big race weekend. Yesterday was the Peter Rabbit Run in Prospect Park - a cross country race that I have been excited about (you could say, more excited than I was for the marathon) - for months. SO excited, in fact, I co... Read more
Losing Weight is Hard
I'm sure everyone out there is saying DUH!! right now. But, honestly -- I kinda forgot how hard it is. I thought maintenance was harder for some reason.... I guess whatever is going on at the moment seems like the biggest challenge.
So ... Read more
Week Zero -- SPEED and TRAILS
I've been thinking, and I've decided to set some new goals. I'm SO CLOSE to being a fit person. As in, a really fit person. Someone who is at their peak. Who has realized their fitness potential.
So, one of my new goals (I'm think... Read more
Revelation! Why I Ran the Marathon
RE_EDITED.... yeah, I'm still thinking about this !
Before the marathon, people said, "a marathon will change your life." "If you can finish a marathon, you can do anything." "It's the hardest thing I've ever done."
I've cried o... Read more