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Great goal. I find whenever I have an actual goal to aim for I do a lot better in the fitness department.
I don't win races, but I always cross the finish line. I'm not fast, but I try my best to become faster. I don't have sports endorsements or earn a paycheck, but that doesn't stop me from running. My pace does not define me. Just because "professional" does not precede "athlete" in describing me doesn't make my running any less valuable. I am an everyday athlete; leading a normal life, but with big goals and dreams.
I am an athlete. I am a runner. (runzoerun.com)
Good for you!... Having a goal t get ready for definitely helps you get back on the fitness wagon!
I can do this!!
I fell badly off of the fitness wagon at the end of this year. In October I ran my first 5k in years.(Run for the Cure) and lost about ten pounds training for it. Since then the weight has come back on so I've set a new goal. In Kamloops, BC we have the first run of the year approx. in March called the spring river run off and its a 10k. So that is my next goal