Monday, December 12, 2016

Day 12 of 12 Days of Carlee's Christmas

Thanks so much for stopping by CarleeMcDot.com today. Whether you've been following along on my journey since I started this blog TEN YEARS AGO or you stopped by for the first time today - WELCOME!

And no matter how long you've been visiting, you picked an AMAZING time to pop in because we're celebrating my #12DaysOfCarleesChristmas {read my post announcing this series HERE if you don't know what I'm talking about}.


Today is Day 12 of my #12DaysOfCarleesChristmas! And the prize today is pretty FAN-FREAKIN'-TASTIC! Although, to be honest, all of the prizes are AMAZEBALLS! If I could enter my own giveaways I'm pretty sure I would enter each and every one of them in this series because they are just that awesome.

Up for grabs today is: a Garmin Forerunner 35.


For today, DAY TWELVE, one winner will be selected, winning a Garmin Forerunner 35.

I am a numbers girl. I'm sure it wouldn't surprise you to find out that I started college thinking I was going to be a math major (and only switched to Economics when I found out I 'only' needed 4 semesters of Calculus for Econ instead of the 6 for Math). So when I started running outdoors I knew I needed some sort of watch that would help me track my data.

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Let's be real, I am frugal and since I wasn't sure if running was going to 'stick' I decided to opt for a refurbished watch I found on eBay. I ended up with the Garmin Forerunner 110 and loved it. It was one of my first running purchases and I had it for the first 2.5 or so years of my running career.


When I realized running was here to stay (and I found a great deal on a new watch so I could "splurge"), I upgraded to the Garmin Forerunner 220. This watch offered many new features (bluetooth connection to Garmin Connect, the ability to set up intervals, a less chunky appearance, etc). I kept this watch for about 2 years until I recently upgraded again.


My current GPS watch is the Garmin Forerunner 735XT (sensing a pattern here?!). This one allows for multi-sport (so instead of everything recording as 'running', I can choose my activity before I begin to include things such as hiking, biking (both indoor and outdoor), swimming (both indoor and outdoor), trail running, strength training, etc). I'm loving my watch, and, if the pattern holds true, will probably have it for another 2 years before upgrading to another Forerunner ;)


Anywho, because Garmin is AMAZING (I have been beyond blessed to have been on their ambassador team for a while now) and they recognized my love for the Forerunner line, they offered up a Forerunner 35 for one of YOU!

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The Forerunner 35 is slim and lightweight — perfect for daily runs, training and racing. It features built-in wrist-based heart rate as well as GPS that tracks your distance, pace, intervals and more. And since all these stats are captured by the watch, your watch is all you need — no phone, no chest strap. Just put on the Forerunner 35 and go.

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Entering this giveaway (along with the other #12DaysOfCarleesChristmas giveaways) is easy-peasy! Simply use the Rafflecopter widget listed below on the giveaway blog post and cross your fingers. Some entries are available daily so I'd HIGHLY recommend entering early and often. (Shoot, I would even go as far as suggesting you set an alarm to remind you to come back to this page every 24 hours so you can take advantage of as many entries as possible!)

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Now, the nitty gritty details... All entries are verified, so please make sure to do whatever the required action for the entry is or it will be disqualified. I would hate for you to miss out on winning due to a technicality, so if you are going to click the option, make sure you do whatever it asks or a new, random winner will be selected in your place.

Also, this giveaway will last seven days, with the winner being picked (and notified) on the eighth day. The winner will have 24 hours to reply to the congratulations email from me to claim their prize. That means, for this giveaway, it will end on December 18th at 11:59pm PST and the winner will be chosen on December 19th.


And, finally, the winner must have a US mailing address. International shipping seems to cost an arm and a leg these days, and customs is a major headache, so to make it easier (and cheaper) on the brands who have offered up their products, the winner must live in United States of America (or at least have an address we can ship to within the US).

With that said, BEST OF LUCK TO EVERYONE WHO ENTERS! And don't forget to stop back tomorrow to see what is up next in my #12DaysOfCarleesChristmas (I promise you do NOT want to miss out on any of these giveaways!)!

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Rhett said...

I'll #BeatYesterday by still doing my six-mile run after work -- even though it snowed this morning. Hoping the paths clear somewhat though!

Shannon said...

I will beat yesterday by staying on track food-wise and getting my workout done.

Maureen Alley said...

I'll #beatyesterday by increasing my water intake and no Christmas cookies.

Rachel Nichols said...

I will #beatyesterday by running 10miles today!

Robin p said...

i'm going to #beatyesterday by getting out for a run even if it rains. i haven't gotten to run in a week!

Ken Christensen said...

I plan to #BeatYesterday by running strong and being an example to my kids so they will be more fit and active throughout their lives than I was.

Sarah Horka said...

I plan on #BeatYesterday by running after work, no matter how tired I am. And how badly I want to get in bed with my heating blanket!

Coach Henness said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by bringing along some friends. We all push and pull each other to be better than we would be on our own.

AngelWinner said...

Drinking more water and stretching better and more.

Jamie Theriault said...

Each workout leaves me mentally stronger - I finish my workout KNOWING that I can do it. That leaves me knowing that each day I can beat yesterday.

Subby SNF said...

I am going to beat yesterday but putting in more strength training into my daily exercises. I have been slackibg and it time!

Pittsburgh City Girl said...

I'm continuing to push for my first 5 hour marathon. Goal race is in April!

KimJ said...

My goal is to run a 10k this year. When I started running, a few years ago, I literally couldn't run 1/10 of a mile. I smoked for alot of years, so I had no lung capacity to run. What started out as a way to lose weight from quitting smoking, turned into a love of running and a new confidence in my body! I would love to have a Garmin to Beat Yesterday - Every Day!

Ruth C said...

I plan to #BeatYesterday by overcoming an injury and building miles back up.

Ciara said...

I've been struggling with anxiety the last few months, & now I'm finally finding the motivation to get out there again. I plan on making a training schedule, linking up with friends & sticking with the lifestyle I love so much to #beatyesterday !

Allie E said...

#Beatyesterday by running despite the cold weather!

josephine said...

I will #BeatYesterday by (mostly) sticking to my training plan

AdultingForBeginners said...

Love Garmin!!! #BeatYeaterday by plunging to the gym I'm 10 feet of snow (exaggeration 😂)

Kristen Stewart said...

I plan to #beatyesterday buy following a training plan to finally get that half marathon time closer to 2 hours!!

Subby SNF said...

I am going to beat yesterday but putting in more strength training into my daily exercises. I have been slackibg and it time!

Rach_Runs_RVA said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by recovering from this acl tear (2 surgeries later) & everyday one day closer to running again!!!!

Natalie said...

I plan on beating yesterday by starting a new core challenge to build my strength back up and to integrate speed and tempo runs back into my training plan.

erindegroff said...

My plan to #beatyesterday includes getting up early and getting my long runs done on the weekend, even if it's cold, windy and snowy out. The Disney marathon won't run itself!

KookyRunner said...

This winter I am planning to #BeatYesterday but not being afriad to run in the cold!

Elle Taylor said...

#beatyesterday by being more upbeat when life throws you lemons, and take 15 mins for me time if it's yoga to a run or just a walk.

Maggie D said...

I plan to #beat yesterday by adding strength training into my routine!

Chirokath said...

Be accountable for showing up instead of skipping group runs.

Karen Gilbert said...

#BeatYesterday by getting my self back to the gym!! It has been way to long!!!!

Amanda Mangus said...

I will #beatyesterday by continuing to motivate my 8-year-old to achieve his goals. He would love his own Garmin to run 5ks with intervals (without mom!)

justina hanquet said...

I plan to #beat yesterday by staying focused on my goals today!

Martha Persak said...

I'll #beatyesterday by using this Michigan snow day as a day to get outside with my daughter for a walk in the woods and get my run in later.

Michelle said...

I plan to #BeatYesterday by getting better, stronger and faster!

runner_girl_runs said...

push myself to work out daily on a schedule!! && eat healthier!

Caitlin said...

I love my Garmin! I currently have the 220 after updating from the 10 which I had for about 2 years (seems like we're on the same updating schedule!). I plan to #beatyesterday by maintaining my training through the winter in New England :)

Carrie Cousins said...

Try to be even more healthy and active!

Katrin Lemmon said...

I am going to #beatyesterday by moving forward from injury! Still working up to longer distances like half marathon but now I can run 3 miles comfortably and haven't done that in a year so tomorrows are looking brighter. :)

jen said...

I'm going to make better choices all around!

Nikki Fahey said...

I need to start running again. so out of groove! thanks

FireRunner2379 said...

I will #BeatYesterday by not only training my body but also my mind. Distance running is very complex and requires positive thinking. In my opinion, the physical aspect is the easy part, preparing mentally can be even more taxing! Eating right during the holidays is also a good thing, but nobodies perfect!

Kristina Saravia Xoxtinao said...

I'll #beatyesterday by starting the yoga challenge I just joined today ��

Jolene said...

I am going to watch my eating and up my water!

Duchess said...

I'll #beatyesterday by being more mindful of my hydration and getting my miles in

Stephanie Lesco said...

I will beat yesterday by making better food choices and making time for physical activity!

Kevin Youngblood said...

I'll beat yesterday by learning new ways to make a difference in my community. Rest day so walking around downtown with local organization to speak with and help the homeless.

Cailyn said...

I will beat yesterday by sleeping in my workout clothes so I actually get out of bed and to the gym! :)

Cailyn said...

I will beat yesterday by sleeping in my workout clothes so I actually get out of bed and to the gym! :)

Tina Fab said...

i #beatyesterday by walking every day and by trying my best to get out and get up and get on with it! :-) 2017 will be all about pushin boundaries

Liz Mitchell said...

I need this watch to #beat yesterday I currently use Runkeeper.

Ashley Montgomery said...

I'll #beatyesterday by adding a little extra cardio to my weight workouts and get up just a little earlier!

sarah n said...

I beat yesterday by kicking off my next marathon training cycle.

Liz Mitchell said...

Just saw the video for this watch on Facebook. I want it. I want to #beatyesterday too!

Ashley Kelly said...

I will beat yesterday by making better food and overall health decisions!!!

Heather at www.Heathersmean.com said...

I #beatyesterday by forgetting about yesterday and move forward.

Kruns2 said...

I'll #beatyesterday by not procrastinating what I did today. :)
-runzaround

Kris Youn said...

My plan to #beatyesterday is follow through on my training plans! As a 250 pound lady tackling the ragnar in March! P.s. I only started running this time last year! ❤

WVRed said...

By getting well enough to go out and run without hacking up a lung. More sleep better food and well by tomorrow.

Kalee said...

I'll #BeatYesterday by staying accountable to my weekly training and eating plan!

Tanya Kay said...

I will #beatyesterday by including more strength training in my running routine!

Dee Ray said...

I ❤️ Garmin. It's time to upgrade!!! #beatyesterday by letting my feet takes me wherever it wants to, let my mind free and just enjoy the road ahead of me

Jennifer Marcum said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by focusing on strengthening my glutes & weak hips to PR my Half time!

Kyle B. said...

I work out twice a day right now because of the Army and my own drive to stay fit. That easily allows me to #beatyesterday every day. I love garmin products!

Alicia Hall said...

I'm definitely working on being a better me. I'm just getting into running and hoping it "sticks" as well.

Cecil Vermule said...

I'm going to #BeatYesterday by taking a rest day. We all know that rest days are important.

Stephanie S said...

I plan to #BeatYesterday by being a soon to be mom of 2 :)

laura pignataro said...

I'm going to rock the hell out of my rest day today! 😜

Katie said...

I already #beatyesterday! I had an awesome boot camp workout this morning. Tomorrow I've got a 3.5 mile training run... I hope not in the rain, or in the parking deck.

Chelsea B. said...

I will beat yesterday by never making excuses and keep moving forward.

Stacey said...

I will #BeatYesterday by sticking to my running plan so I keep my good base for when I start training for the Dark Side Challenge.

Krysta Jensen said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by keeping my positive pants on all day.

Eli said...

I will #beatyesterday by running 5 miles after 3 days of being sick :(

Daniell Vecchione said...

I plan to beat yesterday by keeping up my marathon training :)

Kristin Tang said...

I started running again back in 2011. Originally, it was a way for me to start exercising to help lose the baby weight I had gained with my pregnancy. Over the years, I started adding more distance and eventually entered my first 5K with a college friend in November 2014. I've been researching Garmins to find the right one to help me track my splits and overall racing time better.

Letty Uribe said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by continuing to train for my marathon in January. :)

Chasity said...

I'm going to #beatyesterday by continuing my half training and motivating my 16 year old to get out there.....she has her first half in February and her training has not went well.

Kelly Wu said...

I'm planning to #beatyesterday by not accepting any excuses from myself. I tend to give up to easily and I need to start to learn to fight those nagging doubts.

jessiewynne said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by maintaining a positive attitude and being persistent with my goals :D

Virginia Blake said...

I'm going to #beatyesterday by adding strength training and more yoga to my routine

Sommer Johansen said...

Set higher goals and stick to a routine in all areas of my life.

Jessica Spencer said...

I try and run most mornings, always trying to get a little faster or go a little further!

Jessica said...

I am working on a healthy lifestyle; trying not to let the lows keep me from being active, just do what is available to me, and keep trying.

Miranda McBride said...

My diet is where I struggle most so I plan to #beatyesterday by cleaning up my eating habits. And of course continue to try to run faster!

Tessa said...

I will #beatyesterday by running a little further than yesterday's run.

Marcheta said...

I will #beatyesterday by taking today to crosstrain to become a stronger runner.

Marisol L said...

#beatyesterday by running an extra mile.

fancy nancy said...

I beat yesterday by fighting the urge to stay curled up in bed and hit the gym early this morning! I'm in such a better mindset when I start the day moving!

Kiesha said...

I will #beatyesterday by finishing my goal to run 2016 miles with my friends TODAY. Wahoo! -runzaround

Jeremy Heath said...

I plan to beat yesterday with new PRs and new challenges! Lots of things in store for 2017!

Amanda said...

I best yesterday by changing my training plan so I can get that PR I've always wanted.

Emily said...

I beat yesterday by getting up and going at it! This coming year I want to run more races and PR having lost weight 😊

Jill said...

I plan to #BeatYesterday by staying active and positive

Leah Hocking said...

Starting to train for the Chicago Marathon NOW to build a better base & have a stronger finish time in October!

Kristin said...

I plan to #BeatYesterday but taking time to eat full meals instead of just snacking all day!

Meghan Scobie said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by planning all my workouts and meals in advance and writing everything down to stay accountable.

Rosa said...

i plan to #BeatYesterday by training for my first marathon

Rebecca said...

by starting my half marathon training

Allison Dailey said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by being consistent with both working out and eating to nourish my body!

Erica Gorman said...

I will #beatyesterday with less negative self talk

Liz said...

I beat yesterday by starting a new training plan for my spring marathon!

Megan Johnston said...

Going back to focusing on the half marathon in 2017, so looking forward to some mellower training plans but hoping for a half PR in 2017!

Krissy said...

I willl beat yesterday by winning this so I finally have a functioning Garmin! hehe

Goldie said...

I will beat yesterday by taking a rest day to recover and recoup my hard-working running body!

Jamie Slack said...

I #beat yesterday with an 8 mile run this morning! (Now to study for finals) 🙁

Mark Posey said...

I don't really know what I will do to #BeatYesterday? Yesterday as a really tough day.

Miranda K said...

I'll #beatyesterday by getting out there for my 6 mile run that I wanted to do yesterday but only had time for 4.5 miles.

meesh said...

I plan to #Beatyesterday by having an AWESOME attitude!

Matthew Maynard said...

Oh my oh my I think I've put this on every Christmas wish list this year. As I progress into a more experienced runner the phone apps just aren't cutting it anymore. I need numbers and data!!!

Jessica Johnson said...

I will #BeatYesterday by eating a healthy dinner! Even though last night's football, friends and nachos dinner was so fun

Michelle B said...

I'm beating yesterday with this dang #runstreak. 195 days and counting... Some days I love it, some days I hate it...

Megan Mayer said...

I #beatyesterday by running and lifting today! :)

Charles Darnall said...

I'll #beatyesterday by increasing my kick at the end of my runs.. well I will after my body recuperates after donating platelets yesterday. Give the gift of blood this Christmas everyone, donate!

KV H said...

I plan on beating yesterday by having goals each day.

littlebeastling.com said...

I will #beatyesterday both trying to keep up with my toddler (man is she fast! future runner?) and trying to CRUSH a half marathon PR that's over three years old. Also? I totally agree that Garmins are the best! I traded in my first one to upgrade to the 210, then used a TomTom for a while whilst pregnant... and then went right back to Garmin. You can never have too many of them.

blew415 said...

Run that full in Disney in a few wks

Mai Khuong said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by giving it 110% each day. As long as I'm giving it all I got, there's nothing to regret. <3

livinglovingrunner said...

I love my Garmin and I have heard great things about the 35 :)

Tracey K said...

My goal to #beatyesterday is to run a 1000 miles in 2017!!!!!

Cate Law said...

I plan to #bestyesterday by not slacking off on my cross training! It is an important key to making me a stronger runner !

Christine Suter said...

I will beat yesterday by keeping up with a diverse strength training routine.

Kim Smelser said...

Beat yesterday by staying on track and positive!

Jamie said...

I'll #beatyesterday by staying positive! :)

Sarah said...

Ways to #BeatYesterday are to actually run. I brought my lunch today, so as long as I catch up on all my work, I can go for my scheduled training run at lunch (thank you timed training runs). In general, to have a happier outlook on life. Since I got one of my two personal to dos done, today is already beating yesterday.

dd said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by adding an extra 15 minutes of flexibility work to my fitness regime. Boy do my legs and back need it!

Misti said...

I will beat yesterday by showing up daily for my workout and run.

The Fit Fork said...

I will #beatyesterday by getting back to my speedwork

Jenny said...

I will #beatyesterday by running in sub freezing temperatures! Midwest winters suck!

Rachel said...

I hope to #beatyesterday by getting over this cold and back outside to run!

William Hinton said...

You're doing a great thing!

Karissa Murphy said...

Garmins are my favorite! Great blog!

LindzTris said...

What a great giveaway!

Sarah Snyder said...

I #beatyesterday by running an extra two miles over what I planned on running!

AER-Runs said...

I #BeatYesterday by staying committed to my training plan and reaching my goal for the New Year of 150 more miles than I ran this year. This was the first year that I ran more than just a few 5ks and I loved every minute of it!

Stephanie Epley said...

#beatyesterday

mmstarla said...

This is great! I will #BeatYesterday by after working my 12 hour shift going to the gym and getting my 5 miles in!

Lauren S said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by coming back from this stress fracture stronger and faster!

Edye Nicole said...

By trying out some new workouts :)

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Sharon Hanks said...

I plan to beatyesterday by adding more strength/core work into my training!

James Murdoch said...

I plan to beat yesterday by sticking to a workout routine better than I have before. I say it every year, but hopefully this is my year!

Samantha Hopkins said...

I ran 5 miles at 5:00am today - fastest pace I've run at <140 since starting heart rate training this past summer!

Paula said...

I keep working on my MAF training to improve my speed. I have stuck to plan since Thanksgiving weekend. I want to complete the training so I can start a new one!

Stephanie Abdon said...

now that I am comfortably into the 2nd trimester, I hope to start running again

Madhuri said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by staying more positive, patient and inspired from within even if things don't go my way!

John Niedzwiecki said...

I plan to beat yesterday by getting back into a real, healthy routine.

Dayna said...

#beatyesterday by logging back into myfitnesspal which I haven't done in weeks and working out this evening. I didn't run all last week and I NEED it tonight! #yafeelme

Callahan4021.wordpress.com said...

i make sure to get in a good walk during lunch and i walk my dog before and after work and run in the mornings

melissa said...

I will do core exercises on days I don't have to run!

Tiff M said...

I'm going to #beatyesterday by setting a new goal for 2017! Plan the workouts and do the work

Lynds Fraser said...

By learning to listen to my body more, stretching more in the off-season, and doing more core workouts to get stronger!

Allen Whittaker said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by getting out there and running tomorrow morning!

Shay WLBM said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by getting this walking boot off tomorrow and getting back to my workouts.

Amy Lauren said...

Now this is an awesome prize. I plan to beat yesterday by focusing on recovery big time in 2017. I should have recovered more after some key races and think that's why I wound up injured.

myork said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by diving into a new training plan. Just took some time off after the Philly marathon and I'm itching to get back to a routine!

Amber Ludwig said...

I plan to #BeatYesterday by keeping a smile on my face, pushing harder, being stronger and being the best me possible!!

erica @ erica finds said...

I will #beatyesterday by never giving up, by being grateful for every step I run, by trying new things, by always smiling and by encouraging others to do their best.

Caitlin Osman said...

I will #beatyesterday by trying a longer distance race than I have ever done before.

Mary Thorson said...

With a year of PRs and finally the trip to Boston!

AnnieM said...

I will beat yesterday by doing some extra core work after my run!

Maggie Wolff said...

I plan to beat yesterday with a tough strength training workout

Chad Brogdon said...

My plan to beat yesterday is to smile more and run harder... gotta get those miles

Manet Logan said...

My #beatyesterday is this actually run. I haven't run since RnR Vegas, it was, I would say the worst of all my races. I've lost motivation, but I will do my best to #beatyesterday

Angela Saver said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by keeping a positive attitude & by pushing harder!

Jessica M said...

By running outside everyday in December, that way I'm not letting the weather (cold temps) dictate what I am doing.

Aimee Mccone said...

I plan to #BeatYesterday by having a healthy dinner with my running club friends & than going for a 3 mile run!

Ellen said...

I'll #beatyesterday by knocking out a strength training workout and a yoga video.

Kaylabee said...

Setting SMART goals for 2016. I ended my racing season on a low-ish note with a crummy, painful marathon. I really want to keep distance racing, so I need to figure out a) if that's possible at the marathon distance and b) if it will fit in the schedule. If not, then I need to choose a new/different goal, such as the elusive 2-hour half marathon.

Meg said...

I beat yesterday by doing a 3.75 mile run this morning before work, including 4 x 400 intervals. Yes!

Angela said...

I'm going to #beatyesterday by working out!

PedsNursePatty said...

Since I worked all day yesterday (7a-7p), I'm going to #BeatYesterday by going to the gym and doing my training run. 30 days until Disney Star Wars Light Side Half Marathon!!!

Sun said...

I'm going to get through a lunch and an after work workout even with the gross WI weather.

Jory said...

I plan to beat yesterday by not mentally destroying my workout because it is cold outside. I am a lover of warm weather, and sometimes it is difficult to enjoy running outside in the cold.

Kristen Elgo said...

I have had my eye on a Garmin for the last year. I'm starting heart rate training for my next Marathon - Rock n Roll San Diego - in June 2017 and a Garmin would be ideal.

Rachel Hagan said...

I will #beatyesterday by limiting my caffeine intake today so that I get a good nights sleep tonight in prep for this weekend's LAST long run before the Goofy Challenge! :)

Brittany said...

I would love "breathe" or "blessed" on a bracelet. I have admired these for a long time and just need to finally get one! :)

Susan Russell said...

more patience today!

Brittany said...

Whoops--I commented on the wrong day!! I plan to #beatyesterday by making sure my butt does something active after my 10hr shift in the OR today!

tweetyscute said...

I like to push harder each #BeatYesterday Better sleep and regular meals help

Helly B said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by beginning my first BQ attempt in the new year! The first time I've written it in public....eeeeeep!!!

Jennifer Boudreau said...

Bad day? Bad run? No worries. Everyday is a new chance to make it better and beat yesterday. Get up. Get moving. Make a difference!

Julie said...

I plan to eat better (and enough) do more strength training and stretching

Kasrie said...

I plan to #BeatYesterday by training harder than ever, eating better, and being a better person to all my friends, family, teammates, and classmates.

Mir said...

I'm planning to beat yesterday by being active every single day, even if it's just a walk or swim, and following through on my run training plans.

Brianne said...

I will #beatyesterday by continuing my run streak and running a holiday half this weekend!

caroline said...

I plan to focus on stretching and hydration

Lauren H said...

I will improve my diet plan

Jessica Earley said...

Eating better and hitting the weight to #beatyesterday

Tina @GottaRunNow said...

I'm going to run farther than I did yesterday!

Danielle DiSanto said...

Working on goals for 2017!

Brandi Gilbert said...

Tracking my miles as I approach day 1000 of my #RunStreak!

Kristen M. said...

My beat yesterday plan is to pile on the miles in 2017. 2016 was a dull year in terms of running. I'm now back on track training for a half in the Spring.

Tara said...

I'll #BeatYesterday by striving to make good food choices when surrounded by temptation.

Holly King said...

I've used the forerunner 220 for a while now, would love an upgrade!

Renee Barr said...

I will beat yesterday by ramping up my miles!

Jennifer Kelley said...

I #BeatYesterday every time I resign myself to hop on the treadmill after a long day of work. I'd rather run outside, but getting in the miles no matter what helps!

Sadie said...

I plan to #beatyesterday with every added mile I run. To inspire my family to come with me.
Sadie B.

Jaz said...

I #beatyesterday by following my marathon training plan no matter what, even though I'm super tired and could be lazy instead!

Running In Boise said...

Doing a little something everyday is good for me.

meredith m said...

i plan to set up a goal calendar since ive already signed up for my 1st race!!

canadacmc said...

I love my Garmin watch! Beat yesterday by getting this hamstring back on track.

cass said...

being better about recovery and stretching!

JennyMas said...

I just want to move every day and be committed to hitting 10,000 steps per day. Lately that has been tough for me. :(

Lorry and David said...

I want to #beatyesterday by getting to bed on time so I'm well rested for my 5 am workout.

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