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  1. I think it's been helping, but I still have a ways to go Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I337 using Tapatalk
  2. GOAL MET The dapper necromancer ran. He ran and he ran and he ran. When he thought he could run no longer, he pushed in just that bit of extra effort. One of his animate dead had gotten a little out of his control, and it seemed that they fellow was a little more than miffed at having his body turned into a mindless servant. Panting as he slammed the door behind him, a thought occurred to him. He had seen a number of bystanders running from the creature as well, and he had managed to outrun them - probably how he had managed to get away from the tireless corpse, himself. Well, that was
  3. Bodyweight is doing fine, and I've been making sure to stretch before and after all exercises, if just to get the joints ready for strain. OH HEY UPDATE Yeah so I'm not doing this update with story as the last couple weeks have been... shall we say, interesting? Point is, I started falling off the horse and I need to get back with it. I stumbled in my routine but I'm getting right back to it. GOOD NEWS is that I've been keeping up with the inverted pullups and have made some progress there. I can easily lift myself up to a point where my arms are bent at a 90 degree angle, coming from
  4. I will be now /goes to find a copy There are never enough rogues in any party ANYHOW, UPDATE TIME! The dapper necromancer's weekly routine had been to alternate between cardio and strength training, and he was to start this week with running along with a number of the animate dead. However, a complication reared its head - a pain had developed in his right foot, behind the ball of his foot. It twinged when force was applied with his weight on the balls of his feet. He surmised that it was an overuse injury brought about by leaping into a regular every-other-day running sch
  5. Well, okay, "holding out" isn't really the right phrase. I'll use what I can find, I'm just really HOPING for something that won't be a problem because of rain Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I337 using Tapatalk
  6. I'm planning on looking around for something this evening after work, actually. I'm really holding out for something indoors (or at least witha roof over it) so I can't get rained out of training. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I337 using Tapatalk
  7. I've been doing some lat pulldowns for a couple weeks now, but I'm thinking that it's time to move towards inverted rowing and/or negative pull ups. The real trick is finding a bar to do them on. I have one of those bars that fits in your door frame, but lo and behold when I moved into my apartment, there are no door frames that can accompany it! Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I337 using Tapatalk
  8. Oh, I absolutely understand you! My previous failures have often come from a lifelong pattern of getting SUPER HYPED about something and jumping in head first... ...only to burn out and lose interest a month later. The goals I've set for myself are essentially just benchmarks for the kinds of things I'm already doing - I just want to set specific goals and see if I can meet them. If it turns out they're too much, then that's good info to help me recalibrate my expectations and try again!
  9. The dapper necromancer, a man of questionable scruples and even more questionable magic, is tired of having to get his bodies from grave diggers and the like. They're never quite fresh enough and once you've made one old corpse rise from the dead, the novelty loses its value and the rot begins to stink up the place. So he's diversifying into corpse acquisitions! Of course, before he can start running and jumping across rooftops, he needs to start with some fundamentals. Oh and don't worry, he swears to only use what he learns on monsters. Though the thought of an undead minotaur should prob
  10. So, I'm aiming for a paleo diet and I've now gone a couple weeks without any grain products, months without soda, and I'm dropping sweeteners in my drinks (flavored creams in coffees, etc). I haven't touched a candy bar in a month (which has been my real vice for a good long time). Anyhow, I'm trying to think of the next small change I can make in my diet to further improve, and I'm kinda stumped. Nothing in particular sticks out like a sore thumb at me going "Oh hey, I'm a huge source of sugars" or "hey look at me, I'm very unhealthy," or even "hey I came out of a box!" So yeah, I need
  11. As of tomorrow, I will have been at this for three weeks straight, doing bodyweight exercises MWF and cardio SuTuTh (with Saturday to rest). I've been consistently getting 8 hours of sleep a day (as opposed to my usual 6 or less) and I've cut grains and junk food out of my diet, only eating things I make at home. I can already feel and see some of the changes - I need a belt to keep my pants up, and I can run for a little over two minutes straight. That might not sound like much, but it's a personal best, and those are the only ones I'm focused on. Next: I plan on doing the next 4-week c
  12. That sounds excellent! Honestly I'm just getting started, not doing any acrobatics yet, but climbing is always fun and I'd be up for getting back into parkour.
  13. Looking for a partner to help me out in the Frederick, MD area. I always start out strong and start making progress, but then fall off and lose all that progress. I'd love to have someone help keep me accountable and would help do the same. And hey, if you're also going down the assassin track, that'd be double cool. Virtual accountabilibuddies also cool.
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