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Plateau busting and Falling into Fitness

Thursday, October 15, 2015

My plateau busting challenge ended yesterday after 30 days. All in all, I guess I did alright. I broke the plateau and lost about 2 pounds (+/-). So I don't weigh almost 140# anymore and I guess that was the whole point.
This week, I'm participating in a CWF challenge so I'm looking ahead, again, to what I'd like to accomplish by December 31. First and foremost, I'd like to get under 135#. To accomplish this, I'm going to stick to my run schedule, get BACK to doing yoga AND drag my butt back to the gym for strength training. I already went to yoga once this week. Hopefully, ST starts tomorrow.
In the meantime, I've been building my race schedule. So far:
October 24/25 - 10 & 21.1 kms - RnR Vancouver Remix (Vancouver, BC)
November 7 - 5 Miles - Winterstart (Banff, AB)
December 31 - 5 kms - Resolution Run (Calgary, AB)
February 20 - 21.1 kms - Hypothermic Half Marathon (Calgary, AB)
April 3 - 30 kms - Around the Bay Road Race (Hamilton, AB)
August 13 - 21.1 kms - SeaWheeze HM (Vancouver, BC)

I *need* to get into regular cross-training. It's when I feel, and look, my best.

Today's mini goal is focusing on my water intake. I'm about halfway to my goal of 64 ounces.
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  • TWNOMWE
    emoticon busting through that Plateau.
    Great running schedule.
    1731 days ago
  • KEEPITUP4LIFE
    You have some awesome goals here. All the bestin reaching them.

    Susan emoticon
    1750 days ago
  • SHODGE48
    I finished mine also sure learned a lot from it. We can do it yes we can we can do it yes we can. Let's keep saying this.
    1756 days ago
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