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    LegLocker's Road to Recovery

    I'm coming up upon my 6 month anniversary of getting this zombie ligament installed in my leg. I am finally cleared to not wear a brace and return to light drilling in Jiu-Jitsu. So, here are my goals for this upcoming challenge: 1. Go to Jiu-JItsu and drill at least twice a week. (Fitness) I'm kind of giving myself an out. 2 would give me a C. 3 would give me a B. and anything more would give me an A. There are 5 classes in the morning I can attend and 5 classes in the evening. There are also opportunities for open mats that I can attend. The evening classes are kind of difficult for me to attend since I get off work Monday - Thursday at the time that those classes begin, but Friday shouldn't be an issue. I want to keep this goal kind of small to make sure I start back into it slow enough to avoid injury and not burn myself out as I ease back into this. 2. Do Physical Therapy exercises every day. (Fitness) I'm given homework and I can use the equipment at my Jiu-Jitsu gym and do some kind of variant of that. I think that if I were to do the exercises every day that would give me a C. A B would be if I added StrongFirst on top. An A would be if I also added some light jogging. 3. Clean 1 Room each weekend (Lifestyle) I think this has been my lifestyle challenge since I first joined up. It's something that I keep failing at, but I want to still attempt to achieve. My house is a mess and I'm lazy to clean it up. I want to try to stay motivated and clean at least 1 room each weekend. 1 Room would get me a C. 2 Rooms a B. 3 Rooms an A. 4. Study an hour each day (Lifestyle) I need to get As in my actual classes. I am paying for the classes, so I might as well do well in them. I think 1 hour each day shouldn't be too difficult. Honestly it should probably be more, but I do plan to study more than an hour on the weekends when I, at least think, I can. 5. Intermittent Fasting (Diet) I've gotten to the point in my weight where I am very unhappy. I can blame the lack of activity, but if I'm being honest with myself, it's my diet. I finished reading the Obesity Code by Jason Fung and decided I want to give this a shot. Hope it works for me.
  2. So just as the title suggests, I was last here prior to my surgery last August. 6 months later and I'm cleared to do some Jiu-Jitsu drills and jog. So now, I'm back! Hope to stay active with everyone.