Christopher Roberts has been running since 2010. In his early 30′s he started running merely as a way to loss weight and better his health. After dropping, as of 2011, over seventy pounds, it has become a way of life. The runs became a metaphor for that life. The next stage of his journey is to share his story. Hoping to help other amateur runners, he keeps telling it.
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Keith Freeburn is a Physical Therapist. In 2000 he weighed in at 210. Recreational running and diet to got him down to 185 lbs, but not his goal, 155. After 10 years, he got serious. After 5 to 6 months his weight dropped into the 150′s. As of 11/11/11 he has won 3 5k races over all and several in his age group. He has made the rankings of The Washington Running Report and placed 18th (3rd in his age group) at the Rock ‘n’ Roll Savannah marathon in 2:50:07. Now he is 140 pounds and 9 percent body fat. At 37, he is officially addicted to road racing.
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Chris Olsen has been running since mid 2010 and got serious a year later after seeing the scale, 195 pounds and for his 5′ 7″ frame. He started walking 6.5 to 8 miles a day and over six months worked up to running 4-5 times per week and 2-4 miles per run. He is training for his first 5K and setting his sights towards a 10K this spring. In 2012, he is planning on completing the Army 10 miler in Washington D.C.
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