14 weeks because that's when the Las Vegas Half Marathon is.
226 or so lbs.
XL, 33, 14 clothing sizes
Can't run a full 15 minutes without a break
Still having stomach pains
As far as I'm concerned, the clock is ticking on these.
I want to be:
Able to run - I want to finish the half marathon in about 3 hours.
That doesn't mean run the whole time. It means much more endurance. If
I can run/jog for a full 90min, I will be happy.
I would love to be closer to Onederland again. I am not going to focus
on this though. It is more of a side effect of the running.
Food wise, I need to figure out all that I need to deal with
nutritionally. I know I need to be gluten free. I've also discovered
sugar is not good for me - I have horrible reactions to sugar. Pork is
also on my no list. I want to find out what else I should avoid, or at
least limit in my diet. That means getting back on the cleansing diet
100% so I can follow through with the testing.
There is no dollar sign emoticon, so I'll use a star. I am starting on
a journey to build my retirement savings. I want to see some progress
there. I also will want to have some $$ to spend in Vegas.
I know, it's more part of my nutrition, but I need to get back up to my full hydration/electrolyte balance for training
So, now I've clearly defined where I am, and where I want to be.
Unfortunately, there is a time line on this too. Luckily, I have a 12
week half marathon training program. I also will need to get much more
strict with my nutrition/hydration, but I'm sure I can do it.
Now it's time to lay out the steps to get from here to there.