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yoyo

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  • Birthday 05/15/1992
  1. Question: Will you be doing this 5k on your hands?
  2. Sorry about that, my brain had turned to mush after a day of studying.
  3. Has anyone heard of this/tried it out? It seems to be a combination of a "light" WOD with an endurance WOD thrown in so that you get a combination of the two 'disciplines' rather than straight up crossfit. Does anyone have any experience with this? I'm thinking about giving it a go. Also: In their tech section they have quite a lot of things regarding correct biomechanics for running/swimming etc.
  4. Personally, I'd say being fit encompasses a number of different areas. 1. Strength 2. Endurance 3. Flexibility 4. Speed & agility I don't know when one achieves sufficient proficiency in any of these categories. I guess one should look at how able they are at mobilising their person in the event of an emergency, can you run to help? Lift something off a friend? Perhaps the NF community may want to lay out benchmarks for fitness?
  5. Physical Complete a half marathon (Under two hours hopefully) To be completed in a few weeks Complete a marathon (In training) Complete an Ultramarathon Do 10 pull-ups in a row (In training) Do 20 pull-ups in a row Complete a handstand pushup Deadlift 150 Kg Try Yoga Slated for Summer Try Crossfit Try Krav Maga 500 meter swim in 8:20 Training to start in summer 1000 meter swim in 16:40 Intelligence Join Philosophy Club At the start of the next school year Spend an hour a day researching something interesting Try out this memory program Learn a new language (Mandarin possibly?) At the start
  6. I've wanted to try krav maga for a while and have never learnt a martial art before, can someone break down for me what a regular session looks like?
  7. I'm studying at Cardiff Uni now, good luck with your goals. The more time and effort you put in the faster you'll see the results!
  8. I've been following NF for quite a while now and decided to finally officially join up. Today I am celebrating one month of exercise and a healthier diet (mainly paleo but I do throw in small portions of whole grains for energy) . I can now run four miles without stoping and I'm doing 50 sit-ups, push ups and dips each day in addition to playing water-polo for my uni. I can see and feel the difference and am looking forward to continue levelling up my life.
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