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Getting Dirty! (with pictures)

Tuesday, May 06, 2014

I haven't written a blog in a long time!

At the end of April my husband and I did a Survival Run 5K and it was awesome!!!

I was sore from head to toe the day after!!! I also had a huge bruise on my leg!!! But it was the most fun! In fact we're doing another one in June!!! I'm so stinkin excited!

Tomorrow I'm talking with a personal trainer, I've wanted personal training for a long long time but I've finally talked myself into giving it a try. I want to do Tough Mudder in October and I want to climb a vertical rope! I could not even jump and hold onto the rope on our run and I really want to climb to the top and ring the bell! It's a new goal and I'm ready!

I also want to look over my goals and change them to time based instead of weight based (I currently don't have a scale) but we'll see.
Do you guys do time based goals?

Well I think that's all for today!
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  • BECCA315
    1779 days ago
    Awesome! Three years ago I did the Warrior Dash thinking it would fun for my adult kids to do with me... a way to get them to spend a little time with mom!

    I was working out here and there but that 5K really sparked something in me. I've been working out and pushing myself harder ever since. It's an amazing feeling!

    You will ring that bell. I look forward to reading about it!

    I have never looked into time-based goals. I'm always looking to improve my 5K time but that's about it.

    Go for it! Congratulations on a great race!
    1779 days ago
    Congrats, that is very cool! My brother has done a couple mud runs of some kind one was held on the grounds of the Atlanta Motor Speedway, the other up in the north Georgia mountains and loved both of them. Good luck with reaching your goals and the Tough Mudder!
    1779 days ago
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