1210 McGee St.
Norman, OK 73069
Diane Milligan drove 190 miles to do an aquathon (2 mile run, 1k swim, 2 mile run) with the Koda Fishes – that pretty much says all that needs to be said about Diane!
Diane is a runner, power-walker, swimmer, softball and volleyball player, full time employee, and a grandmother. She’s one of those individuals who proves that age is irrelevant; it is our actions that define us.
She defines KXN as “friendly, fun-filled, and hardworking” and she defined herself in the process. She can be found in her natural Noon class habitat since she power walks across the parking lot from work. She is a woman with purpose but also the first one to say hello.
Diane does every workout thrown at her. Her attitude? “Who knows what will be possible, I am willing to give it a try.” One of her most challenging workouts was 17.5: 10 rounds of 9 thrusters and 35 double unders. While it was one of the longest and hardest Diane had ever attempted, she completed it. The willpower is strong in this one. She doesn’t just workout to do kipping pull ups or in the hopes of gaining toes to bar in the coming year (although that would be appreciated). “I’m trying to maintain the best level of fitness possible in order to enjoy life to its fullest. I want to be able to run around and play with our grandchildren for years to come.”
Diane will be running laps AROUND her grandchildren for years to come.