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  1. Linda @ The Fitty
    March 18, 2015

    I’m with you in changing a fitness routine and I think it’s a great idea to start with three week goals! I’m thinking, if i give up an exercise, will I revert back to my previous physique though? Will I losE the fitness I earned?
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  2. Stephanie
    March 18, 2015

    I am a huge goal oriented person. I make yearly goals that include reading, fitness, finance, and more. However, I do create monthly goals to help me try and focus on my weight loss. I didn’t have it in my goals for this month, but I am going to try a new CSI (Cycle Strength Interval) class next week. 🙂

    http://positivelyfull.blogspot.com/2015/03/goals.html
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  3. Nikki
    March 18, 2015

    I gave birth last year. I got pregnant in 2013 and surprisingly easily because I went at least 5 years without a period until it came back in 2010. It was definitely missing because of my intense exercising. It took the doctors a while to figure that out. I just had a low body fat percentage. I looked fine, I had muscle but for me it was just too low. I switched to the elliptical and that is what helped. It’s so odd that running would do that but I learned the hard way! Some women can run marathons weekly and be fine but I was not one of them!

  4. EB @ Running on E
    March 18, 2015

    Great idea! I’ve been in a bit of a funk lately too, so I’ve been challenging myself to try one new fitness related thing a month to help mix it up!
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  5. Lindsey @ Simply Lindsey
    March 18, 2015

    I love this idea! Now that it’s lighter longer and warmer, I’ve been craving a change in my exercise routine. My three goals are: stretch, take walking lunch breaks, and do something active at least 3x a week.
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  6. Ana
    March 18, 2015

    I have been going through TTC and decided to decrease the anount of running.. It feels weird not to do a long run during the weekend and the fact thst i am not signed up for any triathlon or marsthon makes my weekly workout planning really hard. But i am also trying to go back to yoga (i am loving piyo as well) and swimming .. For now that would be my main goal !! Good luck with yours 🙂

  7. Carly
    March 18, 2015

    Instead of NROLFW, have you thought about a simpler program like Stronglifts or Starting Strength? It would be a way to change things up…

  8. Katie
    March 18, 2015

    I have a classpass subscription this month (not sure if they’re in Tampa yet) but I highly recommend trying out new places/classes! Even if you do an unofficial classpass and just go around trying classes or studios you haven’t been to before, it can be a great way to get a new challenge, and meet some new people!
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  9. molly rose
    March 18, 2015

    Way to go girl!! Those are great goals. I am finishing up phase 1 of Jamie easons livefit program and loving it! It’s the first time I’ve committed to an organized strength training program.

    My maiden name is Green so that was always my excuse to not get pinched!!

  10. Stephanie @ My Freckled Life
    March 18, 2015

    Love this idea! I’m a goal-oriented person too, and when I’m feeling like I’m in a funk or totally not motivated, writing out a list always seems to help. Plus it’s just kind of nice to be able to check them off the list and feel successful!
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  11. Courtney!
    March 18, 2015

    Goals are key for me too. I’ve bit off slightly more than I can chew at the moment, so I’m fairly jealous of your goals. I kinda miss doing what I want when I want. I’m definitely taking June off.
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  12. kristin | W [H] A T C H
    March 18, 2015

    i totally forgot to wear green…
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  13. Sandy W.
    March 18, 2015

    At this point I’m trying to make exercise a priority first thing in the morning. That means a 4am wake up call. History has proven if I do not get it done first thing…it won’t get done. Once I’m dialed in on that goal then it will be time to mix it up exercise wise.

    My goals this week are: get up at 4a to exercise, get up at 4a to exercise, get up at 4a to exercise.

  14. lisa valinsky
    March 18, 2015

    I’ve been in an exercise rut too after such a long and cold winter. But I’m back with brisk walking 40-60 minutes a day with our dog, and soon I’m hoping to get back to running too, even if it’s just a mile or so a day.
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  15. Fiona @ Get Fit Fiona
    March 18, 2015

    What kind of yoga do you like?
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  16. Erin @ Loop Looks
    March 18, 2015

    I highly recommend the workouts in Thinner, Leaner, Stronger by Michael Matthews. I actually like them better than NROLW and they don’t take nearly as long, either.
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  17. Nora @2 Generations Running
    March 18, 2015

    I love it! I just started taking a weekly yoga class, and so far it’s going great! I also really want to join a gym again, but it’s just a little too pricey right now. Good luck with your goals, I can’t wait to hear how it goes 🙂
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  18. Shelly
    March 18, 2015

    I’ll join you on making some goals! I think my three are to push myself to run over walk, do strength training sessions tomorrow and Saturday, and to do a little yoga on Friday. I need the stretch.
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  19. Amber @ Busy, Bold, Blessed
    March 19, 2015

    I’ve been doing yoga a lot more lately (once a week in a class & a lot in my living room) and I’ve been loving it! It’s also so much easier to get out walking with my dogs when it’s above freezing. I went for my first run in forever (9 months?) and it felt pretty good, but I don’t plan on adding more than 1 or 2 run days to my schedule. CrossFit is still my fave!
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  20. Stacey
    March 20, 2015

    I have definitely used the green eyes excuse! I completely forgot to wear green this year but didn’t get a pinch, which is nice. I hear ya on the blah thing. I’m running Boston this year, but have felt completely unmotivated to train. We’re also TTC, so that kinda puts a damper on 70+ mile weeks, anyway. For me, it’s the weather, but I know you didn’t have to deal with that, so maybe it’s just the time of the year? I think it’s great that you’re making goals, though — whatever works! 🙂
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  21. Mary
    March 23, 2015

    You can do it! I love my YMCA memebership! I am hoping to find one close to me when we move to Tampa in a couple of months – You’ve got spin, swim and yoga all there! Although…. the yoga isn’t the same as Hot yoga – which I love so so dearly.

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