Rounding out 2014 and beginning 2015!

So it turns out I’m still terrible at keeping my blog updated.  2014 was a great running year for me, I was just shy of 500 miles for the year, completed 3 half marathons and many other shorter races. 2015 will be about building off the momentum I gained in 2014 and continuing to push myself.

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Cheers! (Recovery Beer – Celebrating my finish at the 2014 Good Life Halfsy)

This year I want to run over 500 miles.  Doing so I hope to run a half marathon in under 2:10.  That would cut about 8 mins off my personal best. I’ll be signing up for the Lincoln Half Marathon and the Good Life Halfsy again. I also plan on pushing my fitness further this year. I just started the new Insanity Max 30.  It’s intense and a struggle for me but that is a good thing as I can only improve! The other thing I want to accomplish this year is to continue to inspire people to live a healthier lifestyle and grow my Beachbody Business. I’ve found I really enjoy helping people and I want to take my little side project further to get my debt paid off this year. I need to focus on what worked this past year and what I can learn from the things that didn’t work

I’ve got my list of goals, now my next step is to make a solid plan that I can follow up on. Let me know if there’s anything I can do to help you to make 2015 great! I’d be glad to help you in any way, whether it’s planning or accountability. We can accomplish a lot as a team. Leave a comment here or find me on Facebook and Twitter!

-Brock

Fitness Goals for 2013

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I recently started running again after taking a few months off.  I needed something to help motivate me to get out and get active this year so I’ve created some attainable fitness goals for the new year.

  1. Run a 5K in under 30 minutes. My personal best last year was 32:03.
  2. Lose 20 pounds. This will help make my other goals easier to complete and get me down to a healthy weight.
  3. Become more flexible and touch my toes. Thinking about learning yoga or a good stretching routine. My flexibility is poor and I’m lucky to touch my shins.
  4. Run 400 miles over the course of the year. I’m at 4.5 miles so far so I will need to average about 8 miles a week to accomplish this goal.

I’ve started to use Nike+ on my phone as a way to track my running. Feel free to look me up and add me as a friend.  Let’s make 2013 great!