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JONBOYR700 Posts: 68
7/6/11 8:48 A

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It's mid year, how is everyone doing @ the mid-year mark on those resolutions?


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2/24/11 3:48 P

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My New Year's Resolution is also my ultimate Goal. RAGBRAI!!!!
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Life isnít about waiting for the storm to passÖ.
itís about learning to dance in the rain.



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2/24/11 1:41 A

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Since I got a bike odometer for Christmas, I've biked 191 miles and I was back in the saddle again! Yahoo!

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1/24/11 10:48 P

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Learn to swim properly.
Complete my first Olympic Tri (hopefully June).
Complete an IM 70.3 (hopefully September).
Bike 100 miles.
Complete 2 marathons I've also committed to... (May 15/October 30)... whoops.

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JONBOYR700 Posts: 68
1/21/11 8:50 A

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The list I have:

1. Not break a collar bone this year (both have broken at least once now).
2. Not blackout after a race.
3. Do a full rando brevet series this year.
4. Break my current 12 hour personal best for mileage.
5. Reach my final goal weight.
6. Keep the family happy while I'm doing the above (means more very early and late rides).

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1/19/11 12:31 P

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My 2011 resolution is to ride, ride, & ride some more. My sister & I are riding a century on a rails to trails trail on the summer solstice~so I have lots to look forward to.

Edited by: MSMITH2369 at: 1/19/2011 (12:32)
"Success isn't final,failure isn't fatal;it is the courage to continue that counts" -Winston Churchill

"Someday I might not be able to do this. Today is not that day." -unkown


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TERRYMEMPHIS's Photo TERRYMEMPHIS Posts: 454
1/18/11 8:04 P

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Snow shoe and ride inside. My bike just came back from lbs and its clean. Why make it dirty?




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1/18/11 8:03 P

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Be careful!!! Bike riding will make you feel 12 again, and you may have lots of fun, and build tremendous endurance. I know this happened to me this year. Who needs a car?? I make my own power.



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1/17/11 9:32 A

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I know its not alot but I have started to ride three days a week to start as I am pretty much a beginning biker.I absolutly love it though and enjoy my time riding.I have been walking 45 minutes daily.so off to a good start.My goal is by springtime to ride this beautiful bike trail in the woods near worlds end state park.If I keep it up my goal can be accomplished

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1/15/11 10:47 A

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I'd really like to stay on track and lose the last 10!

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KESTREL500's Photo KESTREL500 Posts: 1,173
1/8/11 12:13 A

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ride (indoors or out...I live in Buffalo, NY) 3 days a week and walk (indoors or out ....same reason) 3 days a week. One rest day a week.

My mantra: Exercise frequently! Eat reasonably!


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1/7/11 3:18 P

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Do a 50-mile ride by the end of the season (which here is in late September). I figure I can get to it pretty easily as long as I focus on my endurance and make sure I don't get bored (especially easy to do during the winter on the indoor cycling trainer). There's also a 30 mile race/ride that I'd love to get involved in during June. I think the longest ride I've ever done was 15 - 20 so I'm really trying to step it up this year!

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1/6/11 9:48 A

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Goals for 2011 is losing another 50 lbs, 1,000 miles on my road bike, and 174 fitness hours.

Would also like to participate in more organized rides this year through local bike shops and organizations.



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HAMMER58's Photo HAMMER58 Posts: 37
1/3/11 4:34 P

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My New Year's resolutions for 2011.. don't CRASH my bike like I did last Fourth of July weekend.. four days in the hospital,Ten broken ribs and a collarbone.. and also one broken helmet.. back on a bicycle when it warms up again..I hope

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1/1/11 9:54 P

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I like to keep my expectations low so Iím never disappointed =)

A Goal witout a plan is just a Dream



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1/1/11 7:19 P

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Okay, I finally hooked my old bike up the the dusty old trainer in the basement.

My January goal is the keep on my cycling schedule of 4 days per week, riding the trainer on the stinky weather days.

Got a new I-Pod for Christmas to pedal to.

No excuses now!

...and then in the middle of everything, you realize you're alive right now, and the time to live is right now!


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1/1/11 8:15 A

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My resolution is to make no resolutions. I hope I can stick to it.

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SARACYCLE's Photo SARACYCLE Posts: 327
1/1/11 7:24 A

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I'd like to cycle more, but due to tornado watch...won't be doing that today! I should of joined folks on the trail, yesterday, but our tree had to come down! Ok...2011: I use a notecard 3x5 to record everything I eat. Then I post it on Sparkpeople. I did this every day in December. I exercise, about 3x a week. Now, I'm bumping up that to at least 2-3x weight strength training, and 3 days of aerobics: cycle, walk/run, dvd exercise. My calorie consumption is sometimes too low, so every 3rd week, I'm going to try to get it higher. I embarked on zero sugar for December and will continue that. Most of my food is fresh organic veggies and fruits. If I can't read a label I don't want it. I'm at a plateau for a few days, but not discouraged as I took off 26.5 lbs. in December. My BIG GOAL: is to reach my first goal of 136 lbs. Then I want to set another to get in the 120's. I've been trying to lose weight with and without spark people for a really long time. I joined a group here, and that really spurred me on to not eat after 7pm! I'm in and that's why I shared so much with you, because it's working!

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1/1/11 4:20 A

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cycle 20 miles per week. This is steep for me, but I need a real goal to push myself into riding on a more frequent basis. I tend to go and then let off on the riding. This year all that is going to change.

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12/31/10 10:56 P

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I'm sure we have all been looking at ourselves and setting our goals for 2011. Remember, slow and steady wins the race!

My January Resolution is to stay with in my calorie range and record all my food. I have been slack about that lately and it really is important.

Anyone else care to share your resolutions?



beverly

One Day at a Time:
1) 10,000 steps daily
2) fruit & vegie at every meal
3) aerobic or strength train every day
4) 7 hours sleep daily
5) check in with SP daily


June 2014 goals:
1) lose 4 pounds
2) finish walk way
3) finish blocks for Forest Service quilt
4) scan old photos
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It's never too late to be what you might have been.

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