Ok, sounds like some of us (or maybe just me) have some physical things we'd like to see changed about ourselves. It's always easier when you have a training partner and as much as I'd like to ride or run or ski or whatever with each and every one of you, that's not feasible, so instead, let's train together virtually.
Here's the rules.
1. Pick out an objective goal to reach by June. That is, lose 15 pounds or lower my BP or place 3rd, not look good in a swimsuit or be able to post a pic with my pants unbuttoned and look good. Subjective goals tend to never be achieved and make you lose hope after a while.
2. Tell us how you're going to achieve or attempt to achieve your goal. Make it something reasonable that you're pretty sure you can do each and every week. If it's saddle the kids up and do a 5 mile ride 3 times a week, or get on the trainer for 2 hours a day, it doesn't matter, but make it something that you feel will help achieve your goal.
3. Report back often. Let us know how you're coming along. Be honest, if you didn't get to exercise a day or week, let us know. If you ended up losing 5 pounds when you wanted to gain it, let us know. If you worked out extra because that hot person in the gym asked about you, let us know. This is about support and not feeling like you're the only one struggling.
4. Don't be a dick. If someone hasn't done what they said they were going to, use some common sense, be supportive, but try to push them to get back into it.
Anyway, this is mainly for me. I still haven't found anyone to work out with and pushing myself while constantly feeling like crap is really tough. If I have someone I can talk to about my goals, it'll be much easier. Yeah, I'm selfish.