Let's pretend we're all going to start a new fitness regime in the new year


#1

Think I might start up a couch to 5k thing and maybe aim for 10k later in the year. What are you going to pretend to do?


#2

I’m going to pretend to join a new contemporary dance class.


#3

Running a half marathon in march so gonna prepare for that.
Also DiS bike dorks in March which I need to prepare for.
Probably get pissed for all of April :sweat_smile:


#4

Exactly the same thing.

Couch to 5k.

Aiming to start this at lunchtimes at work, there’s a few lakes and stuff not too far away that one can jog / waddle around.

Just need to buy a bit of suitable kit and take things from there.


#5

Going to pretend to aim for 1200 miles running next year.


#6

Get fit, lost weight, get back into running, stop eating so much shit and repeat every three months ad infinitum. Would like to get a bit faster on my bike to join a club but can barely make it up hills without dying so maybe in 2019.


#7

I’m going to pretend that kallgeese is going to join a new contemporary dance class


#8

Ride my bike


#9

i’m pretending i’m going to join a gym. might wait a few weeks because it might be full of new years resolutioners now. i might pretend to do yoga classes maybe. think i need to pretend to buy some new sports bras


#10

gonna quit drinking


#11

Gonna get on the cycling in the new year and get back fighting fit. Don’t have a target in mind really… maybe 100k in one go before end of year?

Did c25k about 10 years ago and can’t reocmmend it enough. Not even that hard tbh.


#12

Oxford based right? @japes was part of a decent looking club there. Tap him up.

If you’re not, ignore this!


#13

mainly pretending to get rid of the little fat layer that’s appeared since the start of december due to gluttony. then pretending to box a lot more, hopefully pretending daily


#14

Get back into RPM and other assorted gym classes such as yoga, bodypump and get ripped to FUCK with my bf and his weights. Also, running in the park.


#15

Yeah I’ve had a look at the local club and I’m probably too slow for even their beginners. And I don’t have a road bike so I’ll probably just not bother, don’t want to start pretending I’m interested in bike bits.


#16

@bluto @witches @rich-t

Not enough pretending going on here.


#17

Join the gym I quit about seven times since it opened


#18

I’ve ridden a bike once in 4 months. Thinking that’s absolutely fine for pretending sake


#19

Gonna actually do my ddp yoga every day


#20

My TV is part, or rather, was part of a women’s only club called Breeze. They have groups on cities all over the country. It’s more of a social thing, but it’s nice to get out with similar abilities and away from the awful nature that lots of cycling clubs have. She recommends them highly