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Epsilonx2

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About Epsilonx2

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  • Birthday 02/20/1991

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    Detroit, MI
  • Class
    warrior
  1. I feel you so hard on the time shortage. And congratulations on your adulting! I'm proud of you. Much of the time, that shit is no fun. Also I'm sorry you're blind. upside: I bet you would dominate at goalball.
  2. Hi again! I disappeared because I'm currently teaching a part-time coding bootcamp on top of my day job and I have three other contracts besides and I'm going to the gym and trying to help run the local chapter of a non-profit and spend a little time with my SO before we fall asleep at night. Shit got wild real quick, to say the least! The class started last week and I've been seriously struggling with the sudden drain on my time. I'd thought I was prepared because I've taught this class before, but I was working as a bootcamp instructor full-time then and just came in later in the day. Yester
  3. Completely and utterly wild. Thanks for checking in. Update to follow...
  4. Thanks, darlin! He definitely is, I eventually made direct contact with the event organizer, and this week is looking tons better. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Yay!!! It was great to meet you as well and so awesome to watch you lift in the PL competition! Congrats again!
  6. So yesterday after work was pretty shitty, tbh. I found out that the underside of my car is torn up from some mystery collision (most likely a pothole), so I didn't feel safe driving to an event in NC that I was supposed to be speaking at and had to bail at the last minute. I felt suuuuuuuuuper terrible about it, to the point of crying into the poor organizer's voicemail. I've been living with my SO while my house is being rehabbed because the situation with my housemate/landlady is more than I care to deal with, so he witnessed my frantic mess and subsequent mopey funk. He very patiently poin
  7. Hey there! Just popping in to say "hello" and "you got this!"
  8. CONGRATULATIONS!!!! And thank you again! I don't know if I even had a frame of reference two years ago. I just thought it looked fun. (Clearly, I was right!) Now I'm just excited to see how far I can go. Getting real dusty over here as well...
  9. Yeah, I can't believe I just ignored the existence of steam fresh for so much of my life. I don't even have to think about lunch at work, but I'm not shoveling crap into my mouth every day. (It helps that my new job doesn't have a snack cabinet that gets filled daily [emoji15]) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Oh hi! I knoooooow, it's been SUCH a long time. I was clearing out the list of threads I follow and most of them were from 2013/2014! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Just replace "might actually be" with "am" and we're all good here. Before I even knew your name, I was literally like "who is that pink-belted badass?" in my head.
  12. Gah, that photo! Also, just... Thank you. I remember you from back in the day and I was at once inspired (which I've told you) and honestly a bit intimidated. I read your story and thought something akin to "She's a special case. There's no way I could do anything like that!" I don't mean that I thought you had magic genes or anything that let you fling barbells around. It was more selfish than that. I didn't think I had it in me to put in the work that you'd so obviously dedicated to yourself. I found myself faced with this (quite literally) powerful woman who'd struggled and been
  13. Still feelin' good overall! I bought my lunch today, but I have zero regrets. I watched the guy make it and it was fucking delicious. I didn't feel so great about my workout today, I just felt super drained. I did talk through a program I'm going to try. A friend of mine who's been lifting for years finally got certified as a personal trainer and he offered to write a program for me. With anyone else so new to the industry, I'd be a little more cautious. I've heard horror stories (including several from him) about trainers who didn't actually know what they were doing. He's been so deep into i
  14. Just wanted to say I had a ton of fun watching you lift, including the cape! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Honestly? If I actually train consistently between now and then? I feel like I have it in me. And that would mean I'd added exactly 100 lbs to my deadlift in almost exactly two years. That sounds nice. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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