Running and Kettlebells!

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musicmama

Joined: May 08
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Posted: 04 May 2011, 14:08
Signed up for a 5k earlier in the year to make myself do it. Did it, now getting ready for a 4-mile run on the 4th of July! Trying to run/walk at least 10 miles a week (including at least one 4-mile run/walk a week), as well as doing a full-body kettlebell workout one or two times a week. Kettlebells are super fun and I love how you get a whole body workout in under an hour. Haven't lost a ton of weight yet, but each week my run time improves and I am feeling great!
jluparia

Joined: Dec 10
Posts: 51

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Posted: 05 May 2011, 18:19
Very ambitious! Good for you!
Well behaved woman rarely make history!
nayrairam

Joined: May 11
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Posted: 08 May 2011, 21:16
Congrats!!!!
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Terry319

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Posted: 08 May 2011, 22:10
a good goal, great job!



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