I've had a life-long commitment to fitness, but it has taken different forms over the past 30 years. As of now, I'm committed to running and weight-lifting because I'm motivated by having very measurable goals. Here are some of those numbers.
1-mile (indoor track): 7:40
I have yet to run a 10K, but eventually I'll have that...
Galloping Gobbler 4-mile (42:48) Recap
Seton Miracle Miles 5K (27:51) (first trimester pregnant, sorry no recap)
Matthew 25 5K (2nd place age group) Recap
Nun Run 5K (27:46) Recap
Frontier Run 'n' Fun 5K (26:14) (1st place age group) Recap
5-Kilt Run (27:16) Recap
Fort for Fitness 4-mile (37:16) Recap
Color Me Rad (untimed) Recap
Matthew 25 5K (28:17) (1st place age group) Recap
Riverfest 4K (21:14) Recap
Fiesta 5K (31:08) Recap
Related: A post about my history with running
Also, in July of 2014, I began a weight-lifting program (New Rules of Lifting for Women). See the link for the baselines for that program, and I will update this with PR's as I hit them!
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