Fitbit, runners, and guys and gals who lift!


Fitbit, runners, and guys and gals who lift!

Basically what the name says!

We all have more than one thing in common. And I created this group to also support the fit and health focused persons who want to support each other and share our progress.

Members: 12
Latest Activity: Jun 9, 2020

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Help please

Started by Mygirl. Last reply by RossG Mar 28, 2019. 1 Reply

Hi everyone I’m looking for help please we are in New Zealand our doctors say there is no treatment I need help my daughter is only 19 and has had a patch now she had a lotContinue


Started by Tstatontko. Last reply by kymkym May 11, 2017. 2 Replies

Having slope is universalis for over twenty years now; I know the gym is one of the most important things for my confidence, dealing with self doubt and insecurities, and getting my anger out.


Started by Amanda Banana May 7, 2017. 0 Replies

If anyone joins the group that has a Fitbit and wants to be friends, my email is

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Comment by RossG on July 9, 2017 at 8:58am
Nice work, jeffrey! Lol
I've still been training and racingg the olympic distance tri's. You try one yet, amanda banana?
Comment by JeffreySF on July 8, 2017 at 11:01pm

I consistently get > 10,000 steps in a day

Comment by Amanda Banana on July 8, 2017 at 10:46am
Hey! It's been a little while. Anyone have any updates?
Comment by Amanda Banana on May 25, 2017 at 5:49pm

Awesome comment Ross! I feel like that's something I could eventually get into too! Sounds like it has given you a great feeling of accomplishment as well!

Comment by RossG on May 24, 2017 at 7:56am
Great idea for a group. Hair loss can't keep us from taking great care of ourselves! Of all people, we know better than to take the positives our bodies give us for granted.
I got into triathlons in 2015. My hair loss (Areata- ophiasis) began in 2016. The training and competing have given me something positive to focus on.
Prior to 2015, i knew nothing about triathlon, other than seeing Ironman on TV. Turns out, there are basically four types, from the super-hardcore, ultra-endurance Ironman distannce to the very doable Sprint distance, which is usually only a few hundred yards swim, then about 15 mile bike, followed by a 5k run. I started with a Sprint on a borrowed bike and have now moved up to the Olympic distance which is where i think I'll stay. Anyway, if any of you are interested in getting into it, you can probably find a sprint near you.
I will say this, though, for anyone: swimming is awesome! I never really swam as a kid, so I had to practice a lot to get comfortable with it, but man, it will make you feel great! And will get you super-fit!!

Thanks for cool group.
Stay positive everyone. We don't need hair, just love, and we can produce that ourselves. :)
Comment by Amanda Banana on May 7, 2017 at 12:28pm
Hey Tstatontko! I just started working back out a couple months ago so still doing my own thing. I only have time to go to the gym on my lunches, so an hour Monday-Friday. I have most Fridays off until end of summer so usually go for 2 hours on Fridays. Usually half cardio and half weight machines until I feel more comfortable. I kind of like my routine for now as I want to focus on cardio a lot.
Comment by Amanda Banana on May 7, 2017 at 12:21pm
And thanks for joining Jeffrey!
Comment by Amanda Banana on May 7, 2017 at 12:21pm
Hahaha Sad1995, shush! That's enough of that talk! You look great! You don't need hair!
Comment by Tstatontko on May 7, 2017 at 10:55am
Right now I'm doing Wndler 5/3/1 strength training program, periodization version. I like it because I get to do the power lifts, but still maintain domewhat of a bodybuilder hyper trophy work out. What program do you all use?
Comment by Sad1995 on May 7, 2017 at 2:11am
Of course I'm in. Bald guys look awful unless you are big and athletic.

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