My next goal

Thursday, December 16, 2010

So I have been doing some figuring. When watching the Biggest Loser the other night I was curious what my % of weight loss was compared to the contestants. 35%. Well I would like to get to 50% so I can say that I got rid of half of me. That means I have 50 pounds exactly to lose. My next goal is now to lose 50 pounds between now and June 4, 2011. That is the day I am going to run my first 20k!!! I am so excited, but have a lot of work to do between now and then!! This means just over 2 pounds per week. I will do this! And if you see me slipping, just kindly remind me that June 4th is getting closer and closer:)

What is your next goal???
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    I've sworn off the scale because I get too dependent on it but my next goal is to finish my first 1/2 marathon in April. It's in NW Arkansas and the hills are brutal, so I'm going to have to push hard to get ready.

    Congrats on all your success! loved reading your blog!
    3351 days ago
    my next goal is 4 lbs by january 24th & 4 lbs every month after! if i slip, remind me too! haha :)
    3379 days ago
    My next goal is to get under 200!
    3385 days ago
    You can do it! We all can do it! One day at a time, everything is within reach!
    3396 days ago
  • CARLA393
    That's a great goal! I fell off the wagon and just got back, so my first new goal is to lose 10 pounds. Just taking it slow to get to where I was back before chaos happened in my life. You are an inspiration! Congratulations on your success so far!
    3396 days ago
  • SILLYHP1953
    I believe I am going to enter a 5K walk this year but haven't picked one yet, so don't have a clear-cut goal. I think I need to find a 5K and sign up, that would be some motivation.
    3396 days ago
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    My next goal is to lose five pounds! emoticon
    3396 days ago
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