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chrille_sthlm

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About chrille_sthlm

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  • Birthday 09/08/1969

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    Sweden
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    ranger
  1. --- UPDATE WEEK 1 --- Cleaned up eating / LCHF, paleo - OK. I manage to stay on the right track this week. I'm happy.Drink water - OKExercise - OK, I had three great sessions at the gym. Feels good to be back on track again.Goal: I aim for a BF% below 12% (good) and 10% (excellent) long term (six months). Strategy: Clean eating & drinking (LCHF, Paleo) and strength training. Stats Weight: 74.0 kg (+/- 0 this week, -3.2 this challenge)Waist: 81.0 cm (-2.5 this week)BF%: 13% (-2.0 this this week)
  2. Well, in the summer i use to power walk, run (5-6 k or intervalls like 5x400 metres) or just hang around at the playground fooling around with chin-ups, pulls ups, or a skipping rope etc. Occasionally i take out my inlines or ride the bike to work. In the winter I play around on the ice, skating, go skiing or just take a power walk. When outdoors I just try to have fun while exercising a bit. Calisthenics sounds fun. Maybe I need to organize my playground activities a bit more.
  3. These are great challenges and inspires me to find challenges outside the more common diet, exercise challenges. Thanks for inspiration.
  4. Great, cleaned up eating an drinking as well as exercise will help you get back on track. Good luck.
  5. Great challenges to turn things around. Sleep and exercise will cure most things and get you inspired.
  6. The first challenge this year was all about building good habits as the foundation for my change. This challenge is all about momentum. What I realized is that I have a good plan but need some luck (avoid getting a cold) and a bit more disciplin (no cheating). I will keep this simple, but not to easy, so I will stay with my goals from the last challenge. Goals: Cleaned up eating / LCHF, paleo - minimize intake of sugar and starches (every day during this challenge)Drink water - drink recommended amount of water (every day during this challenge)Exercise - outdoors or at the gym (3x week d
  7. --- UPDATE WEEK 4 --- Cleaned up eating / LCHF, paleo - Quite ok, not perfect but still pretty close to a good LCHF/Paleo week.Drink water - OK, could do better at work though. It is easier at home to drink a lot of water.Exercise - Yeah. At least I went back to the gym again. And did pretty well. I am now back on track.To summarize this first challenge of 2016. I came back on track again after a terrible start. The path is laid out and I am going to follow it now. Goal: I aim for a BF% below 12% (good) and 10% (excellent) long term (six months). Strategy: Clean eating & drinking (LCH
  8. --- UPDATE WEEK 2 --- Cleaned up eating / LCHF, paleo - Not really ok, I had a "cheat day" this Friday and continued to cheat to some extent this Saturday. I can do better!Drink water - OKExercise - NOT OKI had a fever for three days and then it got better. My focus was getting back on track. In the end of the week I was fine going to work (but not to the gym). This week focus will be on starting going to the gym again. Goal: I aim for a BF% below 12% (good) and 10% (excellent) long term (six months). Strategy: Clean eating & drinking (LCHF, Paleo) and strength training. Stats Weight:
  9. Sounds amazing. I can see that taking this holistic approach is a great leap forward as our health is affected by everything we do (and think).
  10. --- UPDATE WEEK 1 --- Cleaned up eating / LCHF, paleo - OKDrink water - OKExercise - NOT OKWell, in short. I started out the week in great mood and with high energy and ended the week in high fever (and two kids with a flu). I managed though to eat clean and drink a lot of water. This week will be about eating right, sleep and get back in business at work and at the gym. Goal: I aim for a BF% below 12% (good) and 10% (excellent) long term (six months). Strategy: Clean eating & drinking (LCHF, Paleo) and strength training. Stats Weight: 75.2 kg (-1.9 this week)Waist: 83.5 (-0.5 this we
  11. Thanks Raxie, Re. the food I think I have to evaluate myself everyday, am I following the recommendations (e.g. NF on Paleo, dietdoctor.com). Well, so far I have been successful. Re. water, I drink a lot of coffee so having a large glass of water with every cup would cover most of my need. So you attended NF Camp? How was it? What is you key take aways (except friends and becoming more active within the community)?
  12. Hi there. Member since 2011 living in Stockholm. Active ever now and then.
  13. This time the focus will be on building good habits as it is the foundation for my change. I will keep this simple, but not to easy. Goals Cleaned up eating / LCHF, paleo - minimize intake of sugar and starches (every day during this challenge)Drink water - drink recommended amount of water (every day during this challenge)Exercise - outdoors or at the gym (3x week during this challenge)Why? This is to (1) get back on track (weight, BF% etc) and (2) build habits for more challenging goals (e.g. strength goals etc). Good luck to all Rangers out there!
  14. Hi there, I will set up a 12x challenge for me lasting the coming year. The general idea is that I need 12 goals which inspires me to work out in various ways all year. The activities should be inspired by the season and as often as possible outdoors. The goal for each activity should reflect what could be considered as healthy fit (not elite level). Like: January February - long distance ice skating (distance ?) March - cross-country skiing (distance ?) April - pull ups (5x) May June - kayaking (distance ?) July - swimming (750 metres) Augusti - running (10 k) September - biking (20 k
  15. Sunday was Fathers day here in Sweden. What I wished for? A tie, socks, candy? No! I ended up buying myself this and some weights.
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