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Farewell 50 Pounds... (Read 1156 times)

    My "weight loss journey" started in January.  I was 227 pounds at the time, and I had been that way for over a year.

     

    I decided that I was going to lose weight, get in shape, and hike more.  I also started rock climbing more!

     

    By May, I was down to about 205 pounds, and I felt like I was in good enough shape to start running again.  That was (counting today) now 665.2 miles ago.  I feel better than I have in years.  This morning, before my weekly long run, I stepped on the scale:

     

    176 pounds!  I've now lost over fifty pounds and wanted to announce it to the world! 

    "When a person trains once, nothing happens. When a person forces himself to do a thing a hundred or a thousand times, then he certainly has developed in more ways than physical. Is it raining? That doesn't matter. Am I tired? That doesn't matter, either. Then willpower will be no problem." 
    Emil Zatopek


    Half Fanatic #846

      Congrats on quite an accomplishment - that's awesome! 

       I ran half my last race on my left foot!               I don't always roll a joint, but when I do, I roll my ankle

       

        wow that is truly something to be proud of!

          Good for you! Smile

          "Don't feel like running today...suck it up and run ...you're an athlete." (John Stanton, founder & owner of The Running Room)

           

          Three half marathons later, I got a number. Half Fanatic #9292. :)


          325th place or bust!

            Nice going!  Is that where you want to be, weight wise?

            PR: 5K 22:41, 10K 51:05, HM 1:59, Sprint Tri: done!


            old woman w/hobby

              awesome!  

              steph  

               

              "Just stop fucking drinking too much and being fat.  Pretty simple.  Who the hell cares if you like beer.  

              We can't always do the things we like all the time."  --Candice

                Holy cow.  Congratulations.

                "If you have the fire, run..." -John Climacus

                  Nice! Congrats!

                    What Nader said, only with more enthusiasm.

                    "Because in the end, you won't remember the time you spent working in the office or mowing your lawn.  Climb that goddamn mountain."

                    Jack Kerouac

                      Wow, that's amazing!!!    Congrats!

                        Excellent !

                         A whole lot of F*ck That 

                        Beer has food value

                        but food has no beer value - Jake Knight  

                        Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy - Benjamin Franklin

                         

                         


                        Feeling the growl again

                          Wow, that's a lot to take off so quickly!

                          "If you want to be a bad a$s, then do what a bad a$s does.  There's your pep talk for today.  Go Run." -- Slo_Hand

                           

                          I am spaniel - Crusher of Treadmills

                           

                            Congratulations on your weight loss.  I love your ability to set goals and achieve them.  Good luck on you coming marathon!


                            Queen of 3rd Place

                              That's amazing, I commend your hard work! Makes all this BQing stuff look like child's play.

                              Ex runner


                              Consistently Slow

                                That's amazing, I commend your hard work! Makes all this BQing stuff look like child's play.

                                 + 1

                                Run until the trail runs out.

                                2200 miles ---2015

                                50miler 13:26:18

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                                 The pain that hurts the worse is the imagined pain. One of the most difficult arts of racing is learning to ignore the imagined pain and just live with the present pain (which is always bearable.) - Jeff

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