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  1. So uh...life's been kicking my butt. Ya know that saying about not being able to pour from an empty cup? My cup has turned into a vampire. Amidst everything I've had going on, which has been and continues to be, a LOT, I have let taking care of myself fall to the bottom of the priority list. I do things to help me be healthy when (if) I have time and energy left over after everything else. It's taken me a lot of failing, especially lately, to realize why I have been stuck and failing to stick with anything I try. I have so much stuff I want to do/need to do, and I've barely be
  2. GONE TURBO This is my second challenge in my return to NF. I decided to take a break from NF while I sorted through the pandemic, teleworking, and virtual relationships. It was a good plan, because each day presented new obstacles and challenges while navigating to best ways for finding time and space for fitness and karate training, adjusting to maintaining healthy meals at home, and staying productive at work and in my different self-development programs with the myriad of distractions. Planning a 4 week challenge would have been impossible, because I would be course correcting daily
  3. My last challenge went so well and kept me happy even though life was (is) stressful, so I want to keep doing what I've been doing. Never change a running system. I'll just tweak my numbers a bit to make it more doable. So my goals are: 1. Sleep 7 hours during the week and over 8 on the weekends* 2. Do 150 mins of activities a week (as judged by my watch, pluspoints if it's cardio ) --> this one will be a goal until February, it's one of my school semester goals. 3. Keep eating all those veggies (makes my skin pretty) Bonus: After teaching pole (2-
  4. Hello! I'm back again again again again BUT here i am! I don't have a lot of crazy goals, for now I've got two things for this month. GOAL NUMBER ONE Just stay in my daily calorie goal GOAL NUMBER TWO Do some intermitten fasting also NUMBER THREE(this ones a surprise) Drink a lot of lot of water. sorry this isn't themed or anything i wanted to get this done before work and so here's this! Let's goooooooooo
  5. Hello all, and welcome to my little corner of chaos. As those of you who were following along last challenge know, I a new job, which I am starting tomorrow, and I have just recently returned to working out after a mild back injury (yay!). That being said, I am stripping my usual challenge wayyyyy back, because I am going to be BUSY. I have some busy weekends coming up, a lot of catching up to do with my new job (using a system I have not used before), and I have a personal training certification exam in mid-November. So, those will be where most of my focus goes. Someday I will learn not to o
  6. ...on Asgard Yes it’s another Loki themed challenge. I have so many gifs I didn’t get to use lol. Last challenge I didn’t do so great in some of my goals, and even the one that I smashed, I’m not content to let it stagnate. So much of this challenge will be carried over, with adjustments to my methods. 1. Training grounds Loki isn’t only proficient in daggers. I'm itching to get back to some staff work, but I also haven’t lost a microt of my love for knives, and I’m stoked about my new
  7. After years of trying, I finally attained my long-term goal of being able to perform the muscle up. As is often the case, when you achieve a long term you goal I floundered for a bit trying to figure out where I wanted to focus next. After a fair bit of contemplation I have decided that I am going to double down on calisthenics tricks and have come up with a very ambitious plan. It is a long term plan and, by all rights, so ambitious as to be almost laughable. But like the old saying goes: Shoot for the moon, because even if you miss you still end up among the stars (with only limited food
  8. I have landed in a new place, amidst a pile of boxes and chaos, in a new and uncharted part of town. It is exciting, but also exhausting. I do not want to waste this opportunity. I am still sore from my big move and I am not doing voluntarily anything requiring walking until the hurting stops. (I walked more than 70,000 steps over the course of the move, much of them up and down stairs. My calves are complaining loudly.) But once I recover, I want to explore this new place that I am in. For five months only, I have access to city buses and a part of the city I've never really visit
  9. Probably should have done this a long time ago, but I finally signed up for some flipping classes. I seem to have a shiny new title! @WhiteGhost? Goals TBD, have some gifs in the meantime.
  10. Summer is over! School starts up again (actually already did on Monday). I'm filled with good intentions and motivations, we'll see how long this holds. xD It's the start of my second year out of three, I'm really excited. Since my days are already quite full with school, work and teaching pole (as long as we are allowed to, I don't have my hopes up for winter...), I want to keep the challenge light and easy. Biggest goal is to do SOMETHING for the challenge, since the last few were quie a disaster, challenge wise (but awesome and fun life wise. xD). So my goals are:
  11. I will be doing the Roller Derby Athletics "Pump Up Your Jam" program this challenge. It starts on the 13th, so that seemed like a good choice for the challenge theme as well. I don't think derby is actually going to start any time soon, sadly. There was a brief glimmer of hope, but with the weather starting to turn to fall and covid numbers trending very much in the wrong direction, I'm finding it very hard to see how we'll be able to start practicing. But that doesn't mean I can't work on getting ready for whenever it does start again! So, here's a program specific fo
  12. NGL, I don't even know what number reboot this is, whether you mean challenges, goals, fitness, whatever. Anyhow, here goes: Short recap: at the beginning of the year, my old job of 7 years announced they were selling out. I got hella lucky and landed a job a month later but it required in-person training far from home. I've been living out of a hotel for the past couple months, got home this past weekend, and hit the office for the first time today, only to discover that it's not quite what I expected from training. Not bad, but I haven't really grasped what my part in all of it i
  13. Hello everyone! I am Aquarii, your resident element of chaos trying to learn how to become an element of controlled chaos 😂 For those of you who don't know me, hello! I love seeing new faces around here. For those of you who already know me, I am sorry. Jk. Welcome back, my wonderful friends. The last couple months have been pretty crazy. At the start of the last challenge, I left my job due to the environment spiraling into something very toxic. I have yet to find a new job, but I do have an interview coming up in a few days, and it happens to be for a place I would re
  14. Hello, gang -- it's been a while since I've done a challenge! I have a very active fitness regimen these days. Honestly, my routine is a lot more Monk + Warrior than anything else, but my heart is always going to be with the Assassins. Here's what my routine's like: Martial arts class twice a week Weights and cardio twice a week Kickboxing once a week Yoga twice a week Daily meditation ...that's a lot. I've been doing pretty well keeping it going. Surprisingly, the one where I tend to fall down on the job is the yoga, but I w
  15. And maybe always has been? Hello friends its been like...actual years. How goes it. Knife to see you again. With the seasons changing and some of the crises of the last few years calming down a bit (literally covid-19 was like a 4 out of 10 of what’s been happening since I was last here,) I got the urge to work towards some goals! A little over a month ago I was up at 3am and was like “I need to learn to juggle knives” and since I
  16. Please hold Thank you for your patience, we will shortly resume with our regularly scheduled challenges. Please see below for a word from concessions And without further ado, it is time to put the challenge on hold until further notice I have plans. Big plans. Important plans. And I intend to get to them, but not just yet. A couple of things are driving this. 1. I have been working on my tattoo sleeve for about half a year now and I am getting so that I can see the light at the end of the tunnel. I
  17. I'm mainly working towards a back handspring (BHS). There might be other stuff too. Main goals Back handspring progressions: I tried bridges and macacos on a grass slope during zero week, and I want to experiment with that some more. I also tried throwing some tilted back handsprings on sand, but they were more like jumping cartwheels. I want to try more, and maybe something on a sand slope? Conditioning: I'll try three sessions per week or so (push, pull, legs) Running: Once a week (or so) Optional stuff Progressions for flyaway, front flip, ring mu
  18. Hello, my name is Hatter and I'm a commitment-phobe. 😄 This is the third challenge in a row I've procrastinated because I didn't want to set goals haha. This time, the procrastination was disguised as a week of figuring out the right challenge theme. 🙈 But you know what, I've decided that I'm officially bored of overthinking and doubting. 😉 I have two goals: Art daily and train daily. Very simple. 😄 The biggest challenge will be my day job as there are lots of things happening, including crunch time for the project I'm leading. While fixing everybody else's problems. 🙄
  19. Hello lovely people! It’s been a loooong time, and a very eventful time, since my last challenge. I did my first challenge way back in 2019, and was all set for a second, when I discovered that I was…pregnant. Irish dance when one is pregnant usually doesn’t work so well! So I took some time off, helped with teaching, etc. Had a sweet, healthy little baby boy who loves his older brother. After a few weeks of maternity leave, I got him settled in daycare, went back to work…and COVID hit. Literally - we all got very sick on the first day of lockdown. The doctors now think it was COVID (testi
  20. Last challenge went kaput. Ah well, here we go to try again. Gym Fell off the wagon pretty hard here. Need to get back to it. Still aiming for 2x/week in some shape or form. Kitchen This is small, but important to me. Each workday, ensure the kitchen counter is clear of dishes. If they fit in the dishwasher, put them there. If they need to be washed, wash them. A clean kitchen counter seems to do positive things for my daily outlook, so I'd like to prioritize this in some way. After I've eaten lunch is a natural break in the day and I should be able to handle
  21. Hey friends! Busy season is almost over and I finally have some more time for fun challenges again! This week will still be very busy (I'm doing my first practicum right now, like... treating real patients and stuff. It's amazing, but also full time and with work and stuff on the side, not much time remains...), but starting next week I will have 5 weeks of blissfull holidays (well, except for work, but that doesn't take too much time ), with a cute little wedding at the end of it, so perfect for some NF action! I don't really have a battle plan so far, I jus
  22. This is a simple carry-forward of the goals I set last time after the house-sale goals were met. There are two groups of goals: habits and pre-move goals. Basically, my habits were abandoned while all my free time went to preparing the house for sale and purging, sorting, and packing, so I need to rebuild them. And there are a bunch of things I want to do here before our move-out date (which is just a week after the end of this challenge), so I have made a mini bucket list of sorts for this location. Copy-pasted, because why reinvent the wheel? Habits I would like to re
  23. Last challenge I tried a completely new approach. Things did not go to plan, but I like what I was attempting to do, and I am going to stick with it. The time-frame for this challenge is probably about the calmest my life is going to for a long time, so I'm planning to take advantage of that to build some habits that will hopefully be able to carry on once life gets nuts come fall. Here's what I was going with last time, with some updates for this challenge: Goals: Lift my body weight in dead lift, squat, and bench press. Run, at whatever (slow) speed, for 10 minut
  24. I'm back. It's been a challenging year, but I'm working on looking forward instead of dwelling on the past. Goals are few and short with the hope that they will be achievable: Weight 157.5 .... I am using WW+ right now as my tracking app. The goal is to maintain a positive points balance while also tracking honestly. Do my first (since 1998) pull-up, following @Steve's pull-up progression plan. Finish my Run Across America Summer Splash with 150 KM That's it. Few bells and whistles. I'm getting ready to go back to teaching normal, in-person
  25. I am restructuring this for clarity, both mine and others. I am also tweaking some goals to be more honest with myself about capacity. Balance Exercise: Crow Pose Baseline: 6 seconds Weekly: train and record 3 to 7 days per week Weekly win: at least 3 days of training Challenge win: any progress above baseline Strength Exercise: Turkish Get-ups 16 kg kettlebell Baseline: 1 set of 1 rep performed 3 days per week Weekly: train and record 3 to 4 days per week Weekly win: at least 2 days of training Challenge win: at least
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