Well I got instant-killed last challenge by a sudden bout of depression. I guess the good thing I'm getting out of this is the realization that I am not who I used to be, and that I should treat myself as a different person. I can't just skip breakfast and get abs again, or do a 40 kg TGU on a whim. That person lives only in our memories; this guy has to start from scratch.
I've got a scheduled course going. It's good to have structure. I also have a total time tracker for time spent coding. I want to target 35 hours of coding a week, which is roughly an extra hour on the weekdays. It's not seeming as confusing as it initially was.
Mistake last challenge was having a large protein jump AND the hour workout, which were both huge adjustments starting from nothing. I need to treat myself like a complete newbie, so I'll start with a double-scoop protein shake in the morning.
Handstands have been my main nemesis, in gymnastic movements. I can't seem to get it, but I also haven't put in any regular practice for more than a few weeks, like, ever. I'd like to make it as painless as possible, and establish an MED of 10 HS Tuck-ups, and 10 Wall Facing-Away Partial Handstands.
Sunday, 10 - did not start. I just banged my hoe all day.
Monday, 11 - 2.5 hours of code, check on the protein, no handstands.
Tuesday, 12 - 8 hours of code (system did not log 2), protein was in, only got the 10 HS Tuck-ups done.
Wednesday, 13 - logged 5 hours, drank protein first thing, but no HS.
Thursday, 14 - barely got an hour of code in. System logged 8, so I have 5 to make up for. Got the protein, got the HS.
Friday, 15 - 2 hours of code. Protein check. HS missed.
Saturday, 16 - 6 hours. Protein check. HS missed.
Sunday, 17 - 3 hours code, drank protein, missed HS.
Monday, 18 - 3.5 hours code, drank protein, did HS.
Tuesday, 19 - ???
Wednesday, 20 - ???
Thursday, 21 - ???
Friday, 22 - ???
Saturday, 23 - ???
Sunday, 24 - ???
Monday, 25 - Handstands
Tuesday, 26 - missed HS and protein