SAXONHARP's CalorieKing blog

Tuesday, Dec 4 2012

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Yesterday's eating was pretty good. Kept it just under 1,900 calories and nutrients were alll just a smidge over, not horrible. Had a personal training session last night, I will probably only have 2 more with Scott. I have been personal training with him for about 3.5 years now. He is moving!!! I am going to miss him. He is a PT/Chiropractor, he has gotten me through all my races and has been a great trainer and friend. There is another gal at our community center that I will train with. I have trained with her a couple of times and she is good. It might do me some good to change things up a little BUT I will really miss Scott.

It is official, I am going to be a pace coach for our Spring Training team:) Big River Running has 3 stores and they are having informational meetings at each store and would like all the pace coaches to be there. The first one is December 11th. It will be interesting to see what it like to go to an information meeting as a pace coach, I am looking forward to it.

Knowing that training team is starting in about 7 weeks will hopefully make me more motivated to get in better shape. Right now I am motivated and hopefully it will help me get through December with a loss instead of a gain.

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3 comments so far.

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2 years ago

Yeah!!! Pace Coach. Can I call you coach from now on ? ;)

Get Scotts e-mail at least and when you need him to kick you in the bum he can send you a note...
But changing trainers may just help ya.

by MRSDSB

MRSDSB

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2 years ago

Congrats coach! I think it's great you are able to do that and give back to the sport that you have enjoyed so much. Plus I think all your runners are luck to have you :wink3:

Changing trainers is so hard when you've been with one as long as that. I still attend my old trainer's class whenever I can so I can get my fix. =D

by PDXRUNNER

PDXRUNNER

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2 years ago

you are a great coach, glad you are doing it again.

A new trainer might just shake thing up a little.

by TDBHALL

TDBHALL