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Telion

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About Telion

  • Rank
    Recruit
  • Birthday 05/31/1991

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  • Location
    Godalming, UK
  • Class
    rebel
  1. Thanks for the support guys. Just a update. Saw my GP last week and have another appointment a week on thursday (Which also happens to be my birthday). I understandably got a bit of a grilling but my next appointment is about treatment/counselling options going forwards. In other news have spent some of my redundancy package on getting myself a new bike, so back in the saddle so to speak. Thanks again Telion
  2. So here I am again, more determined this time. Having been made redundant. And for the last four months dealing with the stress of that possibility resulting in me diving back into the bottom of a bottle and stopping my depression meds and counseling (I know I am an idiot for it, But that is cutting a long story short). So I have had a look at my life, and broken my current situation down into a list of things that are bad, good or I have no control over. Bad. Been made redundant. (Also a good thing) Family is ripping itself apart. (sister has sp
  3. Happy new year all. Well I hope it will be for me, and I am going to make damn sure I try harder than last time. Reasons I fell off the path I had set myself on last September. Literally fell off my bike and busted my right ankle and my lower back... That was me out of working out for a fortnight Then Promotion at work meant complete restructure to my schedule, and working in retail in the run up to Christmas is bad enough but now I found myself running a department that I had never worked on and working 5/6 12 hour days a week... and that has only just calmed back down to normal. Add
  4. So a update, its not good news. I fell off the bike, Literally. I cycle to work everyday and two weeks ago after a serious downpour the night before was the first time riding my new bike in the rain and on wet roads. Turns out slim hybrid tyres do not have the same amount of grip when you hit wet metal of a man-hole. Instead of doing the sensible thing and just letting go, I tried to re-balance, and in the process managed to throw the bike the other way, so thankfully instead of falling into the road I face planted, HARD, on the pavement. As it happens not only had I messed up my face, I
  5. No, I used to run whilst I was at uni... but havn't in over a year. My PB for the 5K route I ran at uni was 42 mins 2 seconds, but plymouth is a hella lot more hills that where I am now. I literally just got in from my new route which is just under k and managed it in 53.47 so got a fair bit of a way to go yet.
  6. Yeah I can just about manage the ten inclined push ups in the level 1 bw workout.
  7. Hi all, Telion signing in here for my first (five) week challenge. (As always I'm late again). Main goal: be able to run 5Km in under 45minutes. Challenge quest 1: No double misses and 18/21 workouts achieved in five weeks Challenge quest 2: Be able to complete 5 REAL push ups by the end of the challenge Challenge quest 3: Keep a food and sleep journal. (Side quest, aiming for average of 8 hours sleep a day)
  8. I was thinking about it, will probably give this one a miss what with the new job and DRASTICALLY changed sleep schedule. Already had two "two in a row" misses on my workouts.
  9. Hi all, First off a little about me; Lanky 6"2 beanpole of a Nerd, Cub Scout Leader, Chronic procrastinator, Brit. New here, found NF about two months ago whilst looking for some advice and help on starting to work out, after kinda letting myself go during a few months where my depression nearly got the best of me. I have been looking at starting some sort of fitness program for ages but never actually jump on board, always either lacking the motivation to start or after a few weeks falling back into my old routine. Now is a good time for me to start up for two main reasons, ONE I have
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