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Fastest Run Yet!

Lisa Eirene

About Lisa Eirene Lisa lost 110 pounds through calorie counting and exercise. She swims, bikes, runs, hikes and is enjoying life in Portland, Oregon. Her weight loss story has been featured in First Magazine, Yahoo Health, Woman's Day and

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  1. Beth

    Woohoo!! Awesome job. It’s funny what a good motivator rain is to run faster!

    1. hundredtenpounds

      Thanks!! Yes, strange motivators can be very helpful… 🙂

  2. Ivie

    Great job!!! You are a rockstar! I have been making excuses not to run and telling myself, I’ll just ride my bike, but I know, eventually, I’ll have to get out there again. I am thinking of training for a 10K in Sept, to keep up with the running. The Irongirl 5K/10K – I’m excited!

    1. hundredtenpounds

      I have found having a specific goal to train for is a lot easier to get my butt moving!

  3. Kellie

    great job on your run. My motto is “the faster I run, the sooner I’m done”. I have been off the computer all day, so I didn’t read your post on gu’s until now, but I love the sports beans. They really helped me on my long runs. I don’t like the gu’s, but the beans are great.

    1. hundredtenpounds

      It seems pretty unanimous that Sports Beans rule. I’m excited to try them!

  4. Lara (Thinspired)

    Sounds like a great run! Congrats on setting your goal and sticking to it!

  5. Lisa @ bakebikeblog

    Oh that is BRILLIANT!! Great work 🙂 hehe I ran last night and it was a slower run than I normally do – although it didn’t FEEL any slower…strange huh? I blame it on the headwind 😉

    1. hundredtenpounds

      Running/biking into a head wind is BRUTAL! Good job running through it. 🙂

  6. Emilie @ One Mom in Maine

    are you training for a particular race? what is it? keep up the good work!

    1. hundredtenpounds

      I’m training for two races, actually. My 55 mile bike ride is May 15th. Then my relay race (running) is in August. It’s called Hood To Coast.

  7. Morgan @ Healthy Happy Place

    Congrats on the speedy run! Don’t those feel amazing?

    1. hundredtenpounds

      It really does! I’ve been feeling like a million bucks all day!

  8. Kendrick

    Keep up the good work. You are truly an inspiration

  9. vengeanceandvanity

    Oh my gosh, I just found your blog, and I’m super excited to read what you have said–you’re *so* added to my daily reading list. Enjoy KOOZA!

  10. Christine @ Grub, Sweat and Cheers

    Ah good for you – that’s a brilliant improvement! And good for you running in the rain…I wuss out at the first sign of bad weather!

    1. hundredtenpounds

      I usually wuss out too. 🙂

  11. Andrea (Off Her Cork)

    Cirque! We try to catch the show every time it comes around which is every other year for us.

    That’s awesome that you can workout and shower at work!

  12. lisaou11

    good job! nothing like the threat of being struck by lighting to get you to move a little faster!

    1. hundredtenpounds

      Haha! YES! Apparently lightning makes me run super fast! 😉

  13. love2eatinpa

    congrats! aren’t you so glad you went even though the bad weather was brewing??!?!

    1. hundredtenpounds

      I was really happy with yesterday’s run!

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