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  1. Cameras can do wonderful things. ^^ but you are not wrong. Inviato dal mio SM-G930F utilizzando Tapatalk
  2. Thus whole discussion is making want to play sums again. Not good. Inviato dal mio SM-G930F utilizzando Tapatalk
  3. No help here, I used to do Wing Chun and my forearms regularly looked like someone beat me at home. Inviato dal mio SM-G930F utilizzando Tapatalk
  4. All caught up. Based on my experience on trying to figure out what was up with my knee pain last year, medicine doctor is the way to go. They actually have a bunch of metrics they look at that they can help you with. Also, have you considered online coaching? Inviato dal mio SM-G930F utilizzando Tapatalk
  5. I'm absolutely loving the robot theme. Also during that story post was a really nice and unexpected conclusion. Like a sudden death sequence in the middle of a video game. (I'm having a complete mind blank and can't actually remember what those are called)
  6. Hum, is a long recovery run a thing? Inviato dal mio SM-G930F utilizzando Tapatalk
  7. Posting early because I somehow found the motivation to roll out of bed at 6am and do@EricMN's workout. Cross-post ingredients from the obstacle -racing thread:
  8. I completed WOW#5 this morning. I was surprised by how much easier those bear crawls felt compared to the very first ones I did in WOW#1. Core muscles, yay! Thus was also my first time trying deadlifts. I think I'd like to include them more, but keeping proper form when using a laundry basket is not easy. In other news, I also had to take it slow because I woke up with the weirdest knee pain. It doesnt feel like the joint, because putting pressure on it does not hurt. Instead, it is painful when doing movements such as lunges or burpees. Interestingly, it did not hurt when doing box jumps. (I was doing them on my bed, so soft landing. I figured I'd switch to step-ups if it hurt too much but nope.) Just another case of my mysterious overnight injuries I guess. Inviato dal mio SM-G930F utilizzando Tapatalk
  9. Hmm, that makes sense if you actually go somewhere. My biggest argument against running in one straight line is that then I end up on one place and need to walk back... and that gets frustrating because you suddenly realised how slow walking is. So then I just end up wanting to jog the way back. So I might as well do a loop. I'd love to run to class though. Maximum efficiency. Except I'd need to run with 2.5kg on my back and a very expensive laptop. Inviato dal mio SM-G930F utilizzando Tapatalk
  10. Welcome back! And yeah, take your time. I know from experience how tough it is to get back to everyday life. Inviato dal mio SM-G930F utilizzando Tapatalk
  11. I'm smiling right now skimming through the milestones. I always enjoy finding these kind of threads showing progression. My goal is to also have one if these one day. Inviato dal mio SM-G930F utilizzando Tapatalk
  12. Wed 29/03 Missed my alarm. Just... missed it. Ugh. this is the first year daylight saving time happens after I develop a very regular sleeping schedule, and I am totally feeling it. Ugh ugh ugh. Luckily, today was a recovery run, so I could happily place it after lunch. Midday Workout: Warm-Up 35 Min Recovery Run (fun fact, my recovery speed is now faster than the speed of my first runs) ITB Rehab Routine - 1 Set, scaled down to 20 reps per exercise Stretch Evening Workout: Warm-Up Starmaster (Balance Drills) Pull-Up Challenge - Day 5 - 3 - 1 (bodyweight rows - bent knees) 30 Days of Gravity - Day 17 (failed at 2 min plank - held it for 1min, then had to take a break and held it for another 30s. Sad.) Stretch I have to say, one of the best parts about getting better at running is once you reach a pace that allows you to have decent recovery runs. It's like a nice walk, but you break a sweat and get the mood lift without the fatigue. I really enjoyed it. <3 Tomorro is WOW#whatever... I'm already dreading it.
  13. Apologies for the lack of updates, I told myself I would be more regular in posting here, but things have just been absolutely stupid crazy. I've picked up momentum on my projects and so now, instead of spending 30 minutes at a time on a project and checking my watch every 5 minutes, I will look at the clock and it's suddenly 21h. I actually forgot to eat today, twice. Anyhow, I'll give you the keynotes: Mon: Everything excellent except food, where I failed during 3/4. Which means I have one meal left I can "slip" up before I need to donate money. Ugh. I know why this is, at least. I also skipped journalling for the first time. Tue: Everything good but failed massively at scheduling deu to waking up too late; Daylight saving time is taking its toll. Wed: Found new motivation to eat well. If I do, I get to buy myself cashew paste. Nom nom. Still failed at scheduling though, due to... not having one and waking up late. Daylight saving time is still taking its toll. There was also a somewhat decent win I wanted to talk about, but I forgot what it is. Also, see my TM thread for philosophical thoughts about long-distance biking and hiking.
  14. Lol, I just realised this falls on a leg day in my programme... again. I think since I started I managed to do exactly one of those as planned. X) Based on@Sylvaa's post though, it seems I'm good. Inviato dal mio SM-G930F utilizzando Tapatalk
  15. Tue 28/03 Woke up late, so did everything in the evening again. Post coming tomorrow since I turned off my computer before remembering to post here. Update: Evening Workout: Part 1: Run Warm-Up Running: 35 Min Run. 5,32 km total. I also confirmed that my 5k time is now 32' something. Part 2: Bodyweight Pull-Up Challenge - Day 16 (sit-ups) 30 Days of Gravity - Day 16 (I can't figure out if I am progressing on the splits, but ok) Stretch I then had some time left so I decided to shut down everything and do a 30 Min Yoga Session as my daily self-care action.