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February Fitness Goal

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This month my fitness goal was to run a half marathon. I finished the Ralston Creek Half Marathon on Sunday.


January Fitness Goal

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For January my goal was to complete 10 full push-ups. I completed this on January 31st in Pump class.


Random non related picture since I didn’t take a picture in class.

12 months of physical fitness goals

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I do better with goals if I have a plan from the beginning. This year I want to get even more serious with my fitness goals. I have decided to work on one fitness goal each month. Some of them may have to be rearranged based on weather and my racing schedule.

January – 10 full push ups
February – Run a half marathon
March – 2 minute plank
April – Run a 25 minute 5K
May – Run a 10k in under 60 minutes
June – Hold tree pose for 60 seconds on each side
July – 100 Mile bike ride
August – 30 mile mountain bike ride
September – Swim a mile in 35 minutes
October – Get a PR mountain biking Picture Rock
November -10 pull-ups
December – Do a handstand without the aid of a wall

A 2012 Goal Bike Ride

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In January I set many goals for myself. Most of them have turned out to be stupid, but a few have challenged me to go outdside my comfort zone. Yesterday I completed my goal of doing a 50 mile bike ride. This is something I should have done during the summer, but my amazing procrastination skills caused that not to happen. I figured a November December (I’m about a week behind apparently) 50 miler would be no problem with the odd warm weather we have been having. I looked at the forecast on Sunday and it looked like Tuesday would be a good day weather wise. So my friend and I set out around 10 am. My phone said it was 45 out, but it did not feel that warm.

We biked the first 13 miles and stopped for food and a warming session. After some sushi and mochi we headed north towards Carter Lake. It was finally starting to warm up.


I love watching Longs Peak when I am biking


Looking good after 30 miles


Heading back from Carter Lake


Almost home

After we were done riding I was riding on a cloud. I felt like I could have riden another 50 miles. I don’t know if I really could have riden another 50 miles, but I sure felt good. The hot shower I took afterwards was so amazing. I have decided that I am going to do at least one 100 mile ride next year, maybe the MS Bike ride if they do the century option.

I am planning to do a half Ironman next summer and I was a little worried that I would be exhausted after the bike, but I think I will be feeling awesome.

i can’t wait until my next long ride.