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  1. Things are finally starting to roll again. It will probably take another couple weeks to get my fitness back up to where I was, but it is looking good. The combination of working out with a friend on a couple days and the change to morning workouts has been a huge boost. The morning workouts feels like I have had a shot of crack for the rest of the day. At least what I would imagine being on crack would feel like for the day. Also, I am still doing really good at doing something everyday. Today, along with my warm-up and stretch, I got in more handstand and third world squat practice. For
  2. The past week has been on and off. For the most part I have been at least doing something, even if it is only doing my warm-up and then stretching. A buddy, Dylan, and I finally started working out together again. This will be a huge boost in getting me to get my workouts done We will be doing Mondays and Fridays together, so the rest I will have to figure out on my own. This first one went great, tho I felt surprisingly weaker than usual. Both of us left dead and feeling great. I also went swimming with another buddy, Michael. I am going to be swimming at least once a week. Last night I l
  3. Day 2 was good! This was the first test to see how my routine would handle on work days. As soon as I got home, I turned off my wifi and was able to get to work on what needed to get done pretty quick. Without the distraction, excuse, and just general drain that the internet has on me, it is so much easier and enjoyable to do the things I want to put my mind to. As long as I stay resolute in my decision to cut myself off from the internet before it sucks away my life force, I feel that I will be achieving my goals for a long time to come. My workout was pretty decent, though warm. I am curio
  4. Keep up the good work man! That's awesome what you did for your brother. And really respect what your doing with the ex letters. Emotional turmoil is the toughest to get over. Seems you are well on your way.
  5. Awesome challenge and great goals! Keeping that pantry free of junk is definitely key. Makes life so much easier and makes it that much harder to mindlessly carb out. I have also taken to scheduling my workouts. First thing in the mornings for me. I was way too easy to keep pushing it to later, and I would just end up not doing anything at all. Glad to see things are going good for you so far and I am stoked to see the final result of your sewing project. Keep up the good work!!
  6. Looks like you are keeping busy! Good job keeping up on your challenges! Hopefully the weather starts to clear up a bit for you so you can get out and do some more hiking. I have been itching to get some hiking in, and I am finally getting out this weekend, Woo Hoo!! Will be headed up to the Grand Canyon for a stroll to the bottom.
  7. WOO HOO!! cmwanderin reporting for duty! Actually it is a good thing we are on a bit of a break here. I had to give everything up in order to focus on my challenge and getting my goals in order. I did a soft reset over the weekend. Goals have been modified and updated, and I feel like a have a routine that is going to lead to success! Here is a link to my reset: Challenge Hope everyone is doing good. I am going to try to get to everyone's thread to root you on!! erosan, your restaurant looks beautiful! Good luck on your new opening!
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    I have always had a hard time getting myself to stretch regularly too. I agree with the others in that making it a necessary part of the routine makes it much easier to keep at it. I have a specific set of stretches that I do after every workout now, no excuses. It has been working great so far (when I am regularly exercising) and it gives an awesome feeling of energy afterwards too. By doing the same thing over and over and in the same sequence, I hope to make it a habit and not even have to think about it anymore. Once that is done, I can start switching stretches up to keep my muscles think
  9. Thanks man! Yeah, I will be printing out my motivations and really be taking it to heart. It has been such a long time since I have been seriously motivated that it is hard to keep it up for any length of time. Day 1 of my reset went very well. I think this new routine is going to make a difference in keeping me on track. Typically, I would just tell myself I can workout, or whatever, later on in the day. I would keep pushing it until I would have no time and just feel like a numskull for wasting my day. Now I can finish everything I need to finish... and then waste the rest of my day withou
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    Lol, I actually don't even like running (tho I am good at it). Running 100 miles is not likely in my future. I do like to push my body to the limits though. I will be competing in a full Triathlon in December, but my goal now is just to complete it, as my swim times are miserable. And really the only reason I am doing it is to knock out a marathon in the same race, so I can say I did them both and never have to do either one of them ever again. How about yourself? I actually couldn't even remember the last time I tried. I went for it real quick and am no where near getting it. I have been
  11. Things going better since Thursday? Gotta hate those crappy days. Keep up the good work!
  12. Awesome job! Keep up the good work!! Is it episode 3 tonight? I watched the 4 leaked episodes... and I regretted it. It is torture waiting an entire month until the next episode and find out what happens next.
  13. The reset commences tomorrow! My main focus is to establish morning and evening routines as habit. I have identified two issues as likely reasons behind recent failures to achieve my goals. First is my weakness and general undoing, the internet. Limiting my internet use will be the primary factor to ensuring success. Second is a lack of motivation. I need to really grasp the intrinsic motivational factors to accomplishing my goals. My goals and motivation is listed below: Goal #1: Build Habits 7 days per week Daily routine is as follows: wifi and computer will remain off until daily ro
  14. Batwoman, could you kindly remove me from this Mini please? I will not be participating for the remainder of the challenge in order to concentrate on my own quest, and my hope is that House Baratheon can get some new blood quick to take my place.
  15. I am deeply sorry my fellow Baratheon's, but I am going to have to leave the hunt, and the mini's all together, in order to pursue my own quest. I wish you the best of luck and happy hunting. Ours is the Fury!
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