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Joined: Jun 10
Posted: 19 Sep 2011, 15:14
Yesterday I ran my first marathon ever. This is a milestone I NEVER thought I would have reached. If you would have told me this time two years ago in the fall of 2009 when I first started running and struggled to complete a 5K that I would be running 26.2 miles, I would have never believed you. Ever. I wouldn't have even dreamed a half possible.
But here I am 2 years later, a marathon-finisher. Nothing has ever compared to that runners high when I crossed the finish line yesterday. I am truly amazed at what the human body (
body) is capable of.
This just made me think it would be nice if we could all share our milestones.
What have you recently (or ever) accomplished in your workout/diet life that you never dreamed possible?
Joined: Sep 09
Posted: 19 Sep 2011, 15:16
I am fixing to sign up for my first. I am running my first half in January. How do you feel?
Joined: Apr 11
Posted: 19 Sep 2011, 15:53
Dadams10 - Congrats - What a great accomplishment! For me so far simply working out 3/4 days a week consistenly has been a big accomplishmnet.
Joined: Jan 10
Posted: 19 Sep 2011, 16:09
Congrats girl, that is a great milestone! For me so far my biggest milestone is working out at least 3 -4 days a week.
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Joined: Jul 11
Posted: 19 Sep 2011, 17:54
I'm impressed. How many stops did you make? How did you pace yourself?I want to do a triathalon. My milestone is that I run 7 miles in 1 1/2 hours. For me...that is a miracle.
Joined: Dec 10
Posted: 19 Sep 2011, 18:02
My milestone was going from 10.5-11 min miles to 8-8:15 min miles (for 5 miles). I am so glad to hear how proud you are---you should be!!!
You can get there from here.
Joined: Feb 11
Posted: 19 Sep 2011, 18:56
nice job girl! my milestone is being in the best shape of my life
Joined: Jun 10
Posted: 20 Sep 2011, 14:42
Thanks for the support everyone! And congrats to all of you! Forming regular workout routines is a HUGE accomplishment; habits can be really hard to form! There are some awesome milestones being made
@Collazos - I feel really good actually! I have an old groin injury, so those muscles definitely are feeling tight, but nothing alarming. I thought I'd feel far worse than this, but other than initially starting to move after I wake up in the mornings it's not bad. What half and full marathons are planning on doing?
@ellenturner - I ended up doing a run/walk of 8:2 (meaning run 8 minutes, walk 2 minutes, repeat repeat repeat!) My time was 5:16, which put my overall pace just over a 12 min/mile. I walked exactly 1 hour of the race. It took just shy of 32 reps of run/walk, but after I hit the 30 rep mark, I stopped walking and ran through the rest of my walk increments. I would love to get to the point where I can run it straight through, but right now I can only do that for the halfs. The bright side is it made it much easier to eat and drink along the way!
Joined: Dec 09
Posted: 22 Sep 2011, 17:07
Baby milestones for me, I've never been a runner before, and so I'm proud of myself for making it through week 2 of C25K, I love the feeling of completion after each workout, and I'm gonna finish!
Also, on the weight training side of things, I did my highest weight leg press to date yesterday. 300 pounds pressed!!
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