2013 Goals

After a lot of thought, these are my running goals for 2013. I know they aren’t all SMART but I’ll update them on an on-going basis. They build on my 2012 goals.

Running/fitness goals

40 thoughts on “2013 Goals

  1. I like the ‘train more consistently,’ when I was training with yoga, I was only really mastering the art when I knew when and how my body was going to bend, it’s like training the mind along with the body. Kudos to you for including it in your goal. In fact, this list is very inspirational and ambitious. Good luck with achieving each one :)

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  3. I think it’s awesome that you keep a list! It’s always good to have something you can refer back to and do a reassessment of where you are and where you want to be. Keep at it!

  4. Hi John,
    Thanks for stopping by the Clearly Conveyed Communications blog and checking out my what makes you smile post. I hope you’ll be back! I enjoy running as well, and it’s always great to see fellow enthusiasts. I’m not sure that I’ll complete a triathlon this year (see My 2013 Bucket List: What’s On Yours? http://jaimeshine.com/2013/02/08/my-2013-bucket-list-whats-on-yours/) but I keep running anyway. Kudos for posting your running goals and congrats on tackling some of them already! Every day’s a new day…


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  6. Hello John! Thank you for visiting my blog, liking my post, and thus making me curious about your blog! I really like it!!! :) I will keep reading; love your goals, love your perseverance, love the ‘remain injury-free’ goal— a big one for me too :))) Thank you and let’s keep on running and blogging!!!

  7. Love this! You’ve given me some ideas for keeping myself on track and helping my fitness journey. Thanks for liking my post and introducing me to your blog.

  8. Hey! Thanks for liking my post, it’s good to know there are others out there on a journey of their own. This is a great idea, I think I may have to borrow it and create myself some goals! I like that you’ve been honest with what you have and have not achieved, showing there’s no need to hide. Also, no fizzy drinks for a month is definitely going on my list!

  9. I love this post! I started running about 15 years ago. At the end of last year my motivation disappeared overnight. I really have to push myself to get those shoes on and run. Hence, setting goals seems a brilliant way to get over the running crisis. Thanks!

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