Are you ready for a bucket list

Fitness bucket list

Get your bucket list ready

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In case you haven’t seen the movie “The Bucket List” (like myself), the premise is to do things that you’ve always wanted to do before you die-kick the bucket. It seems like a good idea for a movie, and a great idea for us all to put into practice.

Some shoes, a rope, and a pinch of imagination

Always on the lookout for entertaining blog posts, I stumbled on this one at OhSheGlows.com. The author, Angela, wrote about a list of fitness goals that she wants to complete, like running in a marathon, etc.

I am currently working on one of my own bucket list items, but I think I will add a few more to keep things interesting. After all, don’t we have to continue to challenge ourselves daily?

For example, I’m not a runner. I flat out don’t like it-never have-probably never will. What I do love to do is challenge myself. Just to say that I did it, I’m going to run a half marathon. I’m still working on other items, but this is a start.

So, what’s in your bucket? Maybe climb a mountain? Go skydiving? Do a triathlon? Let’s hear some of your bucket list.

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3 Responses to “Are you ready for a bucket list”

  1. Tim says:

    @Todd You’re going to go from a non-runner to a half-marathon? That’s a lot of distance. You gonna survive? ;)

  2. Todd says:

    @Tim well, the great thing about buckets is that it is just as easy to take things out as they are to put them in. If I change my mind, I’m good with that. LOL

  3. Matt says:

    Congrats on deciding to run a half! You may find that it makes you like running more than you think is possible.

    When I signed up for my first marathon, I did it purely for the challenge and because I thought once I did it, I could call myself “fit.” I didn’t like running. But then I became obsessed with qualifying for Boston, and seven years later, I can finally say that I love it.

    Good luck! My bucket list, for now: run a 100-miler and do an Ironman triathlon.

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