Late to the thread, was busy having babies.
I worked out a shitload last year, hope to keep it up this year. At my cardio peak three seasons ago I was around 180-ish, but it's impossible to maintain that much exercise and a healthy relationship with my wife.
I hover around 195-ish these days. I work out about 5-6 hours a week with a hilarious amount of consistency, and I haven't had a single cardio-free workout week (per Strava) in over 4 years.
As far as the usual goals, I'd still like to hit 20/20 on a road bike (20mph average for 20 miles on a route that isn't tailored to make it easier) but to be honest these days I just don't really enjoy road cycling as much as I used to. I love a good long MTB or gravel grind though, so once again all of my goals are time based instead of distance. I will still ride the road bike a bunch, but just as a necessary evil to burn calories and for the odd metric/century with bros, but 9 times out of 10 I'd rather be riding on dirt.
Last year: 3,636 miles and 351 hours of cardio, with a 5k PR of 24:06 and 10k PR of 52:05.
This year: My son was born 5 days ago, so I'm shooting for a modest 3000 miles / 250 hours. Limited schedule for a few months but once he's in daycare in April I'll have a good amount of time to get out each day.
My knees don't agree with running anything further than a 10k these days so I probably won't even bother trying to best those PRs. As long as I can keep my 5k pace around 8:30 and 10k pace around 9:30 I'm content. The wife and I plan to do a few team triathlons this year too, so while I won't be doing the swimming portion (she's fast as hell in the water), I'll be training with her which is always cool. (Swimming any sort of competitive distance is way harder than I thought it would be, holy shit.)
As far as health stuff, I'm trying to make a conscious effort to avoid unnecessary salt where I can. I somehow got into the habit of throwing a dash of salt on my meals before I even take a bite to see if they need it, and my new years resolution was to stop doing that shit.