MINDYC07

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The best me ever...and still getting better!

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

I know you are probably getting sick of hearing about it, but I ran another 5k tonight and took another 30 seconds off my time!!! I'm just not much of a runner and really have never been even when I was in the best of shape playing three sports in high school. So this excites me very much because I'm actually enjoying the run and feel good about pushing myself during the run.

You know what else is GREAT...I love lifting and then seeing these guys come in after me to use the same machine and they have to move the weight up (less weight). I know it's silly, but it makes me feel awesome that I'm "stronger" than those guys.

I'm still losing and eating well! This is the best me I think their has ever been in more ways than one and it's still getting better!!!!

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  • SUEB38
    Great job! Keep it up - and don't worry about feeling silly - this is about support - why wouldn't we want to support you?
    4369 days ago
  • DENONNIE
    Another 5k that's fantastic! Wow you got one over on those guys...WooHoo!!!
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    4369 days ago

    Comment edited on: 4/30/2009 2:51:46 AM
  • PHEEEBZZZ
    Congratulations on that faster 5K ! It is a great feeling to feel strong and it must even be greater to feel stronger than some guys :)
    You seem to be doing wonderful, eating, exercising and losing weight, oops sorry, fat :). Keep up the good job !!
    Thank you for taking the time to reply to my question. It's very inspiring to read your progress and I really feel like I too can get there in time. I only started running 8 weeks ago, following the C25K program and I'm nearly done with it.
    4369 days ago
  • YOGINI_JACKIE
    Congratulations on your 5k! You are doing an amazing job--keep it up!! emoticon
    4369 days ago
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