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The gym kicked my ass yesterday... I am so weak it's sickening!! Then proceeded to have Chinese for dinner :/
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bout to do some cardio before I get my day started.
My sweet tooth is still getting the best of me, though. It's real hord guys


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CATHERINE NDEREBA (Kenya)
Between July and October 1998, Ndereba (pictured), then 26, won 13 consecutive road races ranging in distance from 5-K to half-marathon after giving birth to her daughter in 1997. In 1999, she ran the world's fastest times at 5-K, 12-K, 15-K, and 10 miles and took second at the New York City Marathon in 2:27:31.
 Ndereba broke the women's marathon world record in 2001, running 2:18:47 at the Chicago Marathon.


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Allyson Felix and Sanya Richards-Ross

Quote In capturing gold at the London Olympics last year, both Allyson Felix and Sanya Richards-Ross overcame a nemesis. For Felix, 27, it was Jamaican sprinter Veronica Campbell-Brown. Felix had finished second to Campbell-Brown in the 200 meters at both the 2004 and 2008 Games. This time Felix allowed the Jamaican just an instant in the lead before accelerating in the final 50 meters to win with daylight. "I kept thinking, Be aggressive," says Felix. "Don't let up."

For Richards-Ross, 27, her own body had long stood in her way. For five years, she had suffered an autoimmune illness that caused fatigue and joint pain that only recently abated. In London, she was third coming out of the final turn in the 400 meters, and briefly flashed back to the 2008 Games and the crushing disappointment of fading in the homestretch to finish third. Would this be a repeat performance? "Just as quickly, I thought, No way. I've worked too hard at this," she says. "I'm the best in the world. I'm ready for this moment."

In addition to their individual laurels, Felix ran the second leg of the world-record-setting 4 x100-meter relay, and the two sprinters teamed to win yet another gold in the 4 x 400-meter relay. The wins were part of an inspiring American track performance that brought home 29 medals, six more than in 2008.

At the top of their game, both Felix and Richards-Ross are also at the top of their sport. "They are two of the most popular track athletes in the world," says Jill Geer of U.S.A. Track & Field, the sport's governing body. "They have the total package--talent, intelligence, grace, charisma. They're great examples on and off the track of how to conduct your life."

Indeed, both Felix and Richards-Ross embrace their status as role models to aspiring athletes (and their combined nearly 200,000 Twitter followers). Felix is a member of the President's Council on Fitness, Sports, and Nutrition, and both she and Richards-Ross frequently speak to youth groups about staying motivated, working hard, and maintaining integrity.

Gold medals simply give Felix a bigger platform from which to spread that message of perseverance. She remembers her devastation upon learning that her idol, Marion Jones, took performance-enhancing drugs. "I never want a person to feel that way about me," she says. "Being a role model is a privilege."

http://www.runnersworld.com/runners-stories/heroes-running-allyson-felix-and-sanya-richards-ross
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Thanks for keeping the thread alive. I did taebo last night on my wii. Woo! Loved it. I was hanging in there and it was kicking my rump. I also did the squat challenge and another circuit workout. I logged my exercise and it seems that I burned 1300 calories. I need to invest in some protein powder to keep up.   Smile
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I did 20 minutes of Brazil Butt Lift last night and am feeling it today. I want to workout this morning, but I guess I'll wait until before bed. I have so much to do today!!
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Gia that's great. How do you like that workout? Just make sure to put time aside for your workout. I was in the best shape when I always got in my workouts. I used to workout late at night if I had to. Nothing got in my way. It relaxed me. I would take a shower and sleep like a baby lol. 
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Originally posted by Prazol60 Prazol60 wrote:




off topic but i like those highlights
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i know this is photoshopped but i can imagine how nice those legs muscles are untouched



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Going to start going to the gym.
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