6974 total / 125 in 2015

Resolve body weight to normal and walk a marathon. Starting weight: 238 pounds, Current weight: 178 pounds, Goal: 130 pounds!

Friends (74)

  • Alessia S.

    Alessia S.

    Asola, IT, Perdere una decina di chili.

  • Jeff P.

    Jeff P.

    Olmsted Falls, OH,

  • Merf B.

    Merf B.

    Stevenson Ranch, CA, Resolve body weight to normal. Starting weight: 325+ pounds, Current weight: 230 pounds, Goal: 185 pounds!

  • Brandon H.

    Brandon H.

    Lakewood, OH, Run many marathons, maybe even win one someday!

  • David S.

    David S.

    Stow, OH, 2015 - Sub-3 marathon.

  • Tim F.

    Tim F.

    Papillion, NE, keep high blood sugar from killing me before I manage to rule the world, or at least a continent or two

  • Martini M.

    Martini M.

    Akron, OH, 1) run a sub-3 marathon at Akron 2) 50 Miles in 50 States 3) qualify for and run the Mont Blanc 100! 4) break an 18-minute 5K

  • Kelly E.

    Kelly E.

    Chester Springs, PA, Marathon.

  • Debi-2014beyond


    North Port, FL, Completed 14 Half Marathons in 2014! Now seeing what's in store for the beyond! Working on following a training plan & doing it correctly for a change:)

  • Kimberly B.

    Kimberly B.

    Tompkinsville, KY, Good health

  • Gwen G.

    Gwen G.

    North Olmsted, OH,

  • Jasmine Reese I.

    Jasmine Reese I.

    Columbia, MO, I cycled across the country. Now all that's left is to lose my remaining troublesome weight. I also hope to cycle South Korea and Spain 2014!

  • Melitsa A.

    Melitsa A.

    Evans, GA, Run a 10K.

  • Kristin K.

    Kristin K.

    Cleveland Heights, OH, Break a 2:00 half marathon and lower my marathon time.

  • Darcy B.

    Darcy B.

    Navarre, FL, To keep running & improving myself as a runner. Goal: Sub-1:40 HM (HM PR 1:43:12); BQ marathon time - sub 3:40 (PR 3:47)

  • Lisa P.

    Lisa P.

    Jacksonville, FL, become a 500 hour registered yoga teacher; Become an aquacize teacher

  • Keva L.

    Keva L.

    Dallas, TX, By December 15, I'll be power walking 10 miles a week and weight lifting or doing Hatha yoga 3 times a week.

  • Jennifer R.

    Jennifer R.

    Cleveland, OH,

  • Alicyn H.

    Alicyn H.

    Arlington, VA, To be happy, healthy, and enjoy life!

  • Katie L.

    Katie L.

    Boston, MA, Hit 20 miles a week consistently with at least one longer walk (5+ miles) per week.

  • Ronalee


    Fort Walton Beach, FL, Continue on my walking journey. Can't wait to see where I end up.

  • Nella R.

    Nella R.

    Syracuse, NY, I've gone from doing absolutely nothing to doing something! That's good enough for now. In fact, it's great.

  • Nevie


    Washington, D.C., DC,

  • Jenn D.

    Jenn D.

    Parma, OH, I am A Marathoner!!! After taking a break after the Marathon I am back to get my running groove on!

  • Katie G.

    Katie G.

    Westlake, OH, Train for a 5K so I at least have some sort of PR for that race... Then train for a half marathon to break my PR Then train for a marathon