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I wanted to challenge myself this year and I ran my first 5k at the beginning of the year to date I have completed “5” 5Ks and I will be running my first 13.1mile (half marathon) in December. I’m always trying to challenge myself on reaching new goals and always trying to make progress. I now weigh in at 174lbs and I’m just 8lbs always from losing 100lbs, my workouts consist of weight training (which I feel some women tend to stray away from) but it works!! I love dancing, running, spinning which I plan on instructing next year.
I encourage anyone struggling with weight loss to just find a workout that you love, keep going, never give up, and give it all you got and as time passes by you will see the results.”
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