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Chatterb0x

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  1. WEEK 6! Time for the results. I'm actually pretty happy with what I've accomplished in six weeks despite the injury. My routine was all over the place but at the very least it planted the seeds for action. Next challenge the routine will be consistent.
  2. Been experimenting with push-up variations. Still hurts :*(
  3. Was busy every morning last week. Finally had a day off to upload some progress pics. Update on the pushup situation: I had thought initially the pushup may be a good way to challenge myself without agitating the shoulder injury. When you are doing hundreds it negates any benefits. My wrists and shoulder are quite sore. Henceforth, I will be throwing the pushup challenge and instead make it my goal to eat a calorie restricted diet (2000 daily) and SWEAT everyday.
  4. Doesn't look like much of a gain in this pic. Strangely, my shoulders are feeling broader. We'll see what next week brings.
  5. I'm always frequenting those Amsterdam brothels for new brew.
  6. For many, many years I believed Chippendale's was a frozen goods manufacturer. Someone at some point in my life has mislead me. Welcome to Chippendale's Ice Cream Parlor. What are some things you once mistook for another thing?
  7. Week OVER Man did I feel sick yesterday. 1) On Saturday had some super greasy food. 2) On Sunday performed three hours of Aikido. NOT A GOOD COMBINATION and definitely not one I will be repeating any time soon. Anyway here's a pic. Can definitely see torso is a bit more sculpted.
  8. Have revamped my goals. Have tapered back on the walking as it was not sustainable. I am interested to see how this changes things. Not sure which profession I am now though... 18ck: Downloaded that podcast and will listen soon.
  9. Hahaha, yes! The Natural Life Food Company will make a killing! An hour on the treadmill can and does get boring. Here's the thing: My province is extremely flat and there is pretty much zero inspiration to walk outdoors. In fact, placing a treadmill in front of a picture window would be about as stimulating as walking outdoors. Many people hate treadmills because they visualize long, tedious walking (like I'm doing!), but the truth is I LOVE to run on a treadmill. The best fat loss ever incurred was the result of saying "eff it" and sprinting on the treadmill. I had read some studies about in
  10. Wow! You guys ever lifted on an injury? Turns out they really, really suck. Not too long ago I had injured my right shoulder performing a barbell pullover. These are great for isolating lats but can pop your shoulder out of the socket if you go beyond the appropriate range of motion. Fortunately it's nothing chronic (so far as I know) and the pain has been going away steadily. This evening I thought I would ease into chest exercises with some basic pushups. What a difference! Whereas I once could do fifty repetitions, thirty was my ceiling. Not bad by modern fitness standards but still a sta
  11. Moar pics guys Stomach muscles slightly more revealed so that's a plus. Here's an anecdote about my morning routine: Sometimes these walks get pretty boring. The truth is I prefer running on a treadmill. Today I was bored enough to power up my 3DS and play Pokemon. Was training some 'Mons when I ran into this guy: That's a 'Shiny' Pokemon. Players have a 1/8192 chance of encountering one. Captured that sucker in one toss and saved my game twice just to make sure he was there to stay.
  12. Would not have pegged you for 45. Your exploits make me feel very inspired, and also, very crappy by comparison.
  13. PPL POSTING OMG Guys... I caved today. Had the most delicious four-cheese fettuccine and chicken with my parents tonight (That is to say, my mom served us pasta. I did NOT eat my family). If I could choose a meme to describe it, it would be HNNNGG. I'm not worried though as wholesome living has been pretty easy thus far. Back on the wagon tomorrow!
  14. "If man made, don't eat it." -Jack Lalanne That's pretty much my guide for these six weeks and beyond. I'd ask Waldo if I could find him.
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