Monday, July 11, 2011

Bloggers To Brag About....

Last Friday I asked you to leave a comment telling me about a recent AWESOME workout that you were really proud of. Way too many of you have this whole "modesty" thing going on (don't worry, I haven't caught it. I'm amazing) and need a chance to brag a little every once in a while. So, without further ado, here are some people you should give a little round of applause for, ok? I don't care if you're at work. Just clap.
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CupCake@ Bigger Girls Can Run Too: I did have a rather kick butt cross training workout a while ago. 2 solid hours of dancing. I love dacing, I'm just not all that good at it haha. Yeah you did! 2 hours of dancing is a crazy workout!


ChristinaMy favorite workout of the week was my speed day on Wednesday! Fun! I don't call speedwork "fun" because I'm a wuss, but you clearly aren't!


DEMMy workout that impressed me the most this week was my run to the gym and spin class in a new gym with a new instructor - it went really well and I felt awesome afterwards! Yay for new classes and new instructors!


MalloryI am most proud of the 11 miles I did on the treadmill yesterday!! I felt so hardcore.You should be proud--that is a long time to be on the treadmill!


Erica I'm most proud of still teaching pump at 9 months, 1 week pregnant! How can you compete with that? AWESOME.


Emily @ Sweating SugarI will never miss an op to brag- I did a speed workout the other day and I went faster than normal and felt super human. AWESOME. Love those runs! And good girl for not missing a chance to brag, haha!


The Hungered OneMost proud of my 5k this week. hooray :) First ever 5k right here. Great job!


Lisa {eatprayrun-lisa.blogspot.com}I have almost no recent exercise achievements since I've been recovering from a stress fracture. I suppose making it 6 weeks without running and NOT going crazy is my accomplishment!! Seriously, not going crazy is beyond hard to do. I'm so impressed!


Christina @ The AthletarianI'm proud of the partner yoga class I did yesterday! It was so much fun and some of the moves were pretty tough! So cool! You have to go see the pictures she just posted of this class---crazy poses!


LauraI just got back from a 5.5 mile run... and the first 3.5 miles were uphill! EXHAUSTED!! But proud.. .Tackling hills definitely deserves some applause. Nicely done!


LindseyThe workout I'm proud of is running 7.18 miles yesterday - that's my longest one so far! A distance PR is so exciting....plus, she's running this in Tanzania! Suddenly sounds more hardcore, right?


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Thank you all for letting me know about all your recent achievements. It's so great to be celebrated for all the wonderful things in your lives!


I want to try something fun in the comments: leave a word of congratulations or encouragement to one of the bloggers mentioned here in the post. Keep the love rolling, people! You all deserve it! Then---go ahead and tell me something you're proud of, fitness-wise. Go!

25 comments:

  1. Great idea, V!

    To The Hungered One - congrats on your first 5K! Awesome stuff!!! More to come, I'm sure!

    AFM, I am feeling pretty pumped that I was able to incorporate tri training. A little over a week ago, I would have told you I will bever do a tri. Here I am signing up for three and hitting the pool & wheels 3x per week. LOOK OUT!

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  2. Great job to everyone! Great job not going crazy and listening to the doctor's orders, Lisa! I had a stress fracture once, it was terrible. Good job taking care of YOU.

    Something I'm proud of... I'm proud of having exercised the last 10 days in a row! Woo-hoo!!!

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  3. Congrats to everyone! Those are all amazing achievements!

    @ Mallory- How do you run that long on a treadmill without losing your sanity? I can usually go 3 miles at most... and that's only with the help of Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune.

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  4. Aww! Thank you! You're so sweet and now I feel all special. :D Some of these workouts sound awesome!

    @CupCake - Jeopardy makes everything better!

    @ Marlene - thanks so much!

    Everyone did so awesome! Great job!

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  5. Freaking awesome! Love this. Congrats to everyone on all of your fitness accomplishments.

    @Erica- You are a ROCKSTAR!!

    @The Hungered One- Congrats on your first 5k! So awesome!

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  6. I can't just pick one so congratulations to everyone!!

    I was so excited yesterday when I was able to help the husband move the washer and dryer. Seems like weight training is paying off! :)

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  7. Love it. Congrats to everyone on your achievements. And the ability to brag. I am working on that one.

    :)

    Elle
    We can begin to feed...

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  8. omg that picture is amazing. that sign has absolutely nothing to do with running yet would be SO awesome to see during a race. It would def make me run faster and smile :)

    Congrats to everyone above, but if I have to pick one...ummm Erica? Really?!? That is beyond belief and simply awesome.

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  9. Congratulations to all y'all! But Mallory- 11 miles on a treadmill?!?! I can barely handle 3!

    I'm proud of getting out and running 10 miles alone on Saturday when I was expecting to have company. It was hot, but I just put on some podcasts and got 'er done.

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  10. YAY for CUPCAKE! I am not a good dancer hahaha so I totally get where you're coming from! You go girl :D Keep it up with the cross training!!

    Pride for me?... Last week I bench pressed 100lbs 4x and did 3 unassisted pull-ups from a dead hang :D

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  11. @ Erica - teaching PUMP and about to have a baby?!?! HOLY AWESOMENESS! What an inspiring girl!

    I know it sounds so minute, but I am proud of being able to do 10 push ups. I know it's not a lot but it is a huge accomplishment for me!

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  12. This is lovely! And that sign is awesome.

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  13. this is awesome!! We have to realize how amazing we are, great way to highlight it

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  14. 11 miles on a treadmill makes me tired just imagining it!!!

    I had to comment on the pic of the sign up there..when I ran a half marathon last year, someone was standing on the sidelines with a sign that read "Hello Complete Stranger, You Inspire Me" The guy holding that sign made my run.

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  15. @Running to Music- that's an AMAZING sign! That would have made my run as well. To the point where I might have paused mid-run and hugged him haha

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  16. What a great post!!!! It's a great reminder to celebrate the great workouts as much or more than we get down about our hard ones.

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  17. Great post!! A big Congratulations to all of you!!

    I am most proud that I have been getting up every day for the last few weeks and doing some form of exercise. It's been a looooooooong while since I've done that!

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  18. Congrats to Cupcake! I love being a bad dancer too :)

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  19. Woo-hoo!!! Amazing job ladies!!!

    Erica: You are officially my hero...and congrats on your new baby!!

    I am proud that I am finding ways to conquer the mental aspect of Marathon training...I will attempt my first 26.2 in 3 months!!!

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  20. This is my first time visiting your blog, and already I'm in love with the inspiration!

    @Mallory... 11 MILES on a treadmill? I can't force my brain through more than 6. YOU ROCK! :)

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  21. Wow everyone is so inspirational!! The running community rocks so hardcore it's unbelievable!

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  22. Thanks so much for mentioning me - whoa, now I'm almost famous! ;) Haha! These people are awesome!

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  23. Man oh man, y'all just made me feel AWESOME!!!! I had never done 11 miles on a treadmill before but it's been so darn hot and humid outside that it is the only safe way for me to get a long run in!!! I LOVE the running community for all the support!

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  24. Mad props to EVERYONE! Can I get an amen? Anyone that is getting out there and moving deserves some applause!!!
    Mallory, 11 miles on the treadmill, WTG!

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