Before I die I want to...
Run A 5K

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426 buckaroos have listed 'Run A 5K' as one of their life goals:

Run a 5k at any pace and then rerun it and beat my time.


I am a little bit weak so I would like to become a better runner again.


Run/walk a 5 K. I have a form of Autism and birth injury that crippled my left knee, then 2 years ago I shattered my right leg. But I hiked a 5 K trail with my Fitness/Therapy Center group, and I would like to do an actual 5 K in public for a cause.


I watched documentary on the Sept 11 disaster and I want to run the tunnels to the towers race in honor of those that lost their likes and their family


I just want to say I've done it


I want to be able to be healthy and fit enough to run a marathon.


Get your butt up and run! Enjoy yourself.


Run Baxters 5k in Loch Ness for Macmillan Cancer.


What a fantastic feeling to not only complete for yourself but to raise money for your charity choice


Need to get more fit and running is something I will need to work at


I like running so i want to run a 5k


I was motivated to participate in Susan G. Komen's Race for the Cure because I found out one of my professors was diagnosed with breast cancer and it also is the organization that my sorority partners with. I walked the course but I hope to run it sometime soon and run other 5Ks as well!


A step on the way to a healthier me


Everyone knows how much I would rather not run - prove to myself I can do it!


It seems so hard! I have to do it.


I have walked a half maratthon and want to do more races.


There's one in my town in a year from now.


Recent hobby. I think I can I think I can.


I've been jogging for the past bit, and really want something to work for. This, the lightest of distance races, seems feasible and a worthwhile goal.


I have never been a very good runner. I want to know that I can do this and hopefully make other fitness goals.


I ran Cross Country in high school, but gave up running after I graduated. I would like to run and compete again for fun.


I need to do this so I feel better about my physical health


The drill sergeant inspired this one. A lot.