elsnook's Fitness Profile

from Westminster, Colorado (Parks and Open Space)

"You have a choice, spend your time counting calories, or spend you calories doing things that count. I choose to do both."

I Ran 100 Miles! I Burned 50K Calories! I Lost 10% Valentine of the year 2010 I Lost 50 LBS! I Burned 25K Calories! I Lost 35 Lbs! I Lost 20 Lbs! I Burned 5,000 Calories! I Lost 10 Lbs! I Lost 5 Lbs!
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  • Autostrada

    thanks for the poke and inspiration.

    Thanks for the poke a while back. It did not go unnoticed. I slipped up for a few months but I have new ambition and new routines. I'm so glad to see you are rocking it still! Congrats on the marathon!

    Posted over 5 years ago by Autostrada

  • jbaird

    Nice Job Man!

    I just ran a 5k for the first time yesterday. Liked the change of pace from the longer races and the technical aspect of deciding what speed your body can handle at what time. Around December I'll start training for another half in the spring.

    Posted over 5 years ago by jbaird

  • elsnook

    First Half Marathon

    I ran my first half marathon yesterday. Ran the whole way aside from a pit stop around half way that cost me a few mins. Even with the stop, I still managed 2:03:03 over the beautiful course through Denver. Next up, maybe a full in January.

    Posted over 5 years ago by elsnook

  • gatorkid

    keep climbing to new hieghts....

    Good job on the climbs! That's impressive. That is the downfall of Florida living... no real elevation change... Keep up the good work!

    Posted over 5 years ago by gatorkid

  • elsnook

    Attacking fourteeners

    My wife and I tackled our 2nd, 3rd, and 4th fourteeners (mountains over 14,000 ft) this summer on Saturday. Three in one day was a challenge, put in over 4,200 ft of altitude gain, 7.2 miles, in over about 6.5 hours. I followed that up with a 7 mile run this morning as my first long run in serious preparation for my half in August. Quite the weekend, hope it helps kickstart some weight loss.

    Posted over 5 years ago by elsnook


Sex: Male

Age: 35

Weight: 288.6 lbs

Height: 6ft 1in (185 cm)