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Upcoming Fitness Plans For February

Sunday, January 30, 2011

I have decided to redo the Turbo Fire series starting tomorrow. I didn't follow it like I should and I know that I can do better. I have planned out when I will do my workouts each day so that I will be successful. I am also going to restart my C25K program too. I was going to do some of the weeks a few times anyways, so that is not a problem. I now have something to work towards as I will be running my first 5K on April 16th! My second 5K will be on May 7th and my first half marathon will be on November 6th. I have been looking to do a 10K, but I can't seem to find one were I live. I will keep my eye out for one.
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    emoticon I know that whatever you have in your goal, you can do this girl! emoticon
    3787 days ago
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    Sounds like a great plan! Keep it up!
    3787 days ago
  • ELLIE-1220
    Everything starts with a plan - you will be successful!

    Good luck on your upcoming runs! I would love to re-start the C25K program, and eventually do a 5K... Not ready yet. But in time. So this is very motivating and inspiring for me to see others doing it!

    3787 days ago
    You go girl! Planning is everything... emoticon Wishing you continued success in 2011.... I believe in You!
    3787 days ago
    There is nothing like a PLAN to keep us energized! emoticon
    3787 days ago
  • GLMOM2
    You have a good plan in place. Sounds like you've got lots of running in your future. I have two 5k's coming up in May that I am re-training for! I can't wait to get off the treadmill and do some training outside.

    This time of year in Michigan is not good running weather. Too much snow & ice.

    Have a fantastic February!!!
    3787 days ago
    keep at it! emoticon
    3787 days ago
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