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  1. Alright So an update on week 1. I stuck close to my plan, changed it a bit and forgot a thing or two. This is how it worked out: Monday: Got to the gym, BodyPump was cancelled. Ran for 30 minutes, did a couple machines (which I freaking hate) Left gym after 50 mins. Tuesday: Joined Boxing, Did my first class. Wednesday: Incredibly sore from first class haha took a rest day. Thursday; Boxing Day 2 Friday: Bodypump, forgot to do cardio for 30 Saturday: Combat Sunday: 2.5k Run for Brain Tumor Foundation. Friday was my weigh in day, and there wasn't a single change. I'm not going to lie, it c

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      KHAAAAAAAAAN xD -dances-

  3. CW: 78kg (172 lbs) Bust: 42" Waist: 35" Hips: 43" Thigh: 23" Calf: 16" Arm: 14" Ok so! Body Pump stats (approx) Warm up 7kg (15lbs) Squat = 12kg (26lbs) Chest = 7kg (15lbs) tricep = 7kg (15lbs) bicep = 7kg (15lbs) squat/lunge = 10kg (22lbs) 32min C25K prep The friday class is at 6:00 am... but no one said it would be easy On my off days I'm going to the hour long Combat class, because i'm nothing without a little fight in me. I'll weigh myself either friday morning before pump or saturday before combat Bodypump + 30min run on mon/wed/fri Combat 1HR tues/thurs/sat Sunday REST
  4. Brass Here! As of monday past I have started my routine/eating. My diet hasn't been too perfect, but my portions have been good. On monday I built a routine using a couple articles from here, but afterwards found that it wasn't challenging enough. As I mentioned in my introductory (did I? I'm not sure I did...) I have been going to the gym since December. I have yet to see amazing results because I can't stick to a routine. One week I go hard, the next I make it once, maybe twice. I have seen a great difference in my overall look however the scale, and my inches, betray that Anyway long s
  5. Awesome story! Do you mean body pump as in goodlife fitness? They have a body pump class as well. I've been going there for a few months, but haven't set up a proper routine. Did body pump help you or free weights?
  6. Exactly! Time goes on whether we like it or not, and if I keep hoping for that someday... I'll never reach it. There isn't any other time like today, and right now!
  7. Thanks I really appreciate that! I've been looking for something like this for a long time, it'll be nice to have support and also see us all transform together. Autobots....roll out! Thank you! I figure Nathan drake is a good role model for scaling buildings, sometimes getting hurt but never letting that stop him, and for the 'play' aspect of being an assassin. I want to have fun with this as much as I can--otherwise whats the point? I really like Aikido, but I would say its not the most amazing workout. The warm up, and some of the base routine stuff is difficult but you will
  8. Thats a great idea, I think I have a few friends who'd be willing to give it a try! Terosx, I thought about that as well. I really want to get into the assassin side of things but as I'm just building a routine and a proper meal guide for myself perhaps adventurer would be best! I'll give it some thought.
  9. I signed up for Mudhero, a 6K, 18 obstacle course. I have never done anything like this before and its going to be a blast! But, even though it'll be a messy bit of fun, I want to train hard to make each obstacle. Has anyone ever participated in something like and might have a few pointers as to what I could do in the meantime to prepare? It would be much appreciated
  10. A quote from one of my biggest inspirations, David Belle. Hey there, my name is Rhayne, and I'm a 23-year-old 3D artist living in Winnipeg (Canada). I'm here to quit all my excuses and give my all to a life I've always wanted. I'm finally working in my field, and I want the rest of my life to reflect the success I'm slowly achieving and the obstacles I'm slowly clearing. Since middle school my weight has fluctuated, constantly rising at a steady pace. In the last five years I've gained 30lbs, dropped 15, gained another 45, dropped 30 and gained another 10. To say I've been consistently
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