Friday Five: Fitness Goals/Resolutions for 2015

Happy New Year everyone! I am linking up with Eat Pray Run DCYou Signed Up for What?! and Mar on the Run for the Friday Five Linkup. Every Friday they have a linkup for bloggers to Link up a post about five things or write on their theme. This week’s theme is Fitness Goals/Resolutions. Friday Five (1)Here are my five goals/resolutions for 2015:

1. Run and finish a marathon. I will sign up soon and hope to run my first marathon, the Portland Marathon in October. I will no longer be half crazy but full crazy lol. I just want to finish a marathon./home/wpcom/public_html/wp-content/blogs.dir/77e/68168024/files/2015/01/img_1783.jpg

2. I want to cook more and change it up with new recipes. I want to cut down on eating out and overall eat more healthy. /home/wpcom/public_html/wp-content/blogs.dir/77e/68168024/files/2015/01/img_1784.jpg

3. I want to run more miles than I did in 2014. According to Smashrun, I ran 712 miles. It’s a huge difference from 2013, with just 254 miles. I want to get at least 800 miles this year.

/home/wpcom/public_html/wp-content/blogs.dir/77e/68168024/files/2015/01/img_1785.jpg4. I want to PR in any of my races in 2015.

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5. Lastly, I want to continue to cross train. I did three Beachbody programs that helped my running last year. I recently got Insanity Max:30 and want to finish the 60 day program.

/home/wpcom/public_html/wp-content/blogs.dir/77e/68168024/files/2015/01/img_1787.jpgWhat are your goals for 2015?

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26 thoughts on “Friday Five: Fitness Goals/Resolutions for 2015

  1. I’m excited to see how you like the Insanity program—I have yet to try anything like it but it sounds like a great cross training for running.

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  2. Sherry, these are GREAT!! The cooking thing is just a constant battle, isn’t it? Ugh. I’m going to work on it, though. Can’t wait to follow along as you prepare and run your first full marathon; it’s a magical experience (from someone who is still in post-marathon recovery!) and you will feel SO GREAT when you cross that finish line…well, after you sit down – ha! 😉 Just kidding! I loved every minute! Have a great weekend!

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  3. My first marathon is also potentially on my list. I’ve heard the Portland Marathon is a great race, something I would add to my bucket list of races if marathons become a frequent distance for me. Best of luck to you!

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