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Inferno145

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  1. I saw a Firefighter themed challenge and just had to jump on it and follow! Bravo! (Yup, I'm still around. Quietly creeping on all of you. Hi Boss lady, Hi Ryoko!)
  2. [emoji15] http://www.womansday.com/_mobile/sex-relationships/sex-tips/8-sexy-ways-to-burn-calories-110923 [emoji15]
  3. Share this: Old Glory Coast to Coast Relay –BENGAY[emoji768] Brand Challenge This fall, BENGAY[emoji768] Brand is joining Team RWB and BAND-AID[emoji768] Brand to kick off the inaugural Old Glory Coast to Coast (OGC2C) Relay! A torch style hand-off race, it stretches from the VA hospital in San Francisco to Bethesda Naval Hospital in suburban Washington, DC—3,800 miles away. We’ll be carrying an American flag the entire distance over sixty days, starting September 11 and ending November 11, 2014. While the flag makes the journey from one coast to the other, BENGAY[emoji768] Brand
  4. Make sure to add the charity to your Teams. There should be instructions on how to do all of this
  5. Here is a little extra motivation! If your interested, Download the Charity Miles app to your phone. Pick a charity, personal I do all my miles for #TEAMRWBBUFFALO, Team RWB, and Wounded Warrior Project, but you can choose whatever listed charity you want to support. Then every Distance you Walk/Run/Bike your selected Charity gets Money for from corporate sponsors
  6. I've drastically increased the amount of walking/running I'm doing the past couple weeks. All for a free Tshirt through the Charity Miles phone app.
  7. The funniest thing about my son's 5K. We registered him last minute, on-site, the night of the race. He was sitting with grandma, so wasn't with me at the registration tent. When the lady looked at his age, 4, she got very bewildered. She started asking Who is this for? where is he? Is he really 4? I didn't think she was going to allow us to register. He would have been very disappointed not getting his own race bib, but would have done the race anyway
  8. I was playing on YouTube today, I found a channel that might interest you. Search for: Tri Swim Coach
  9. I use MFP daily, but it seems to me there is a huge glaring problem with it. Unless you are entering the items yourself and enter all the items exactly as their labels state, you are totally dependent on what other people have put in. I find that more often then not, accurate information is lacking or just plain wrong. Beyond that, I have no idea what an Oz or Gram or etc of any given food looks like. So unless you are carrying around a digital food scale with you at all times, your portions are off. This can make a huge difference in your calorie count and your nutrient counts. Can drasticall
  10. How are you feeling a couple days Post-Tri? [emoji12] , I hope you're still alive! [emoji15]
  11. At the end of the day, here's what matters: YOU DID IT!! You set a goal for yourself and you crushed it! You're totally awesome! [emoji1]
  12. I've told you my motivations, but let me tell you one of my secrets. Do you know what's going through my head when I'm out trying to run? I'm hoping people are looking at me and saying to themselves: well if that fatty can do it, I have no excuses. Let's get moving! 2 Updates: I completely jogged a full mile this week. This is a major Life accomplishment for me. I've always had to walk parts before. Did it in 12:30! My 4 year old son Ran his first 5K with us this past Wednesday night! He did really well through the first 2 miles but then was spent. The race chase vehicle gave up on us and le
  13. Hey guys, I wanted to stop by and see how everyone is doing. You are all so Awesome! I've been reading your threads, so impressed with all of you! I've told you my motivations, but let me tell you one of my secrets. Do you know what's going through my head when I'm out trying to run? I'm hoping people are looking at me and saying to themselves: well if that fatty can do it, I have no excuses. Let's get moving! 2 Updates: I completely jogged a full mile this week. This is a major Life accomplishment for me. I've always had to walk parts before. Did it in 12:30! My 4 year old son Ran his first
  14. Couple Tips: Don't make it a complete rest day. Just do some really light walking or cycling just to stay limber. Does the event your doing offer Race support services? A lot of times there's a repair truck driving the route to help people. Have you practiced your Transitions? My local Team RWB really helped with this. Ran some informal transition clinics for us newbies. Good Luck! I'm cheering for You!!
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