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  1. Kate

    i’m aiming for a half marathon in April next year….a while away but it means i can build up slowly. Also would like to do an ocean swim this summer…..need for it to be a bit warmer before i get in that pool at the beach though!!

  2. oh i love this!
    do a Gracefulfitness retreat definitely – i’m SO THERE. honestly, if you chose a reasonable location & expenses (or at least give plenty of notice), i’d really love to be there.
    i would also do a 30 day yoga challenge with you. i’ve committed to practicing every day, but honestly it’s probably more like 5 or 6 days of the week right now. i’m realizing it can be “yoga-centered”, & more about mediation or breathing exercises some days. a group challenge might be helpful.

    • gracefulfitness

      I know exactly what you mean about recognizing the ‘yoga’ in life aside from straight asana. Thanks for your enthusiasm on the retreat! I’m definitely rolling around possibilities…:)

  3. This is something I’ve been thinking about for awhile (a fitness bucket list) and I haven’t got the whole list ready, but my list includes running a marathon, doing a half-Ironman, and climbing Kilimanjaro.

  4. I’ve never thought of making a fitness bucket list, and I really like the idea. Right now, I just have a random bucket list. Fitness items include:
    a triathalon, getting my 500 hour RYT certification, giving crossfit a try, a fourteener a summer, & http://www.imogenerun.com/. Seeing your list, I’m inspired to add more dance–and to make a new kind of bucket list. Thanks for sharing.

    • gracefulfitness

      Love the 14er goal, I tried to think of some summits for my list but I don’t have any in particular right now. A triathalon comes and goes from my list, I love the idea of it but can’t convince myself to train for the swim.

  5. 1- I’d like to become certified to teach yoga
    2- I’d like to find a hoop class and go diligently
    3- learn to really swim
    4- go to graceful fitness retreat (see I just added one)

  6. Justeen

    Hood-to-Coast has been on my fitness bucketlist for years – I forgot about it for a while after I left Portland for college and grad school, but you have reminded me! 🙂

  7. I love this post!! I’ve been wanting to come up with a fitness bucket list for a while now, but still have to actually write (or type) one up… maybe that’s something I’ll get done today. I also love hearing about your love for dance. I just graduated with a B.M. in Music Composition, and I’ve really enjoyed the opportunities I’ve had to work with dancers. There’s something so magical about combining music and movement in a full-on creative environment — all four years, I participated in a 2-week program called “Dance a Day,” wherein composers and choreographers were paired up for 2 hours every afternoon. You had to come up with a dance and corresponding music based on a daily prompt, and you only had an hour to do it. Then, everyone got together for the second hour and performed in front of the whole dance department. It was a little nerve-wracking, but incredibly eye-opening and a lot of fun! Seeing you mention your passion for dance just gets me so excited! 🙂

  8. Laura

    If you do decide to do the whole trail, I’m in Rangeley, ME and we have a small apartment over our restaurant and you’re welcome to crash, shower, enjoy the lake, etc 🙂

    • gracefulfitness

      Thanks Laura! What a sweet offer!
      We are actually heading to Maine next week, we’ll be driving from Boston to Acadia, do you have any specific recommendations for the coast?

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