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  1. New challenge to be found on a later post.... For Bouncer's Golden-Eye Dragon Curse Challenge. More info on old challenge below: Bouncer has a Spreadsheet challenge put aside.
  2. ☆☆☆ Challenge 4 ☆☆☆ ☆ Main Story, Goal 1: get back to pre-wedding weight (Goal 2: Pass avg fitness test Goal 3: 25% or less body fat Goal 4: gain post apocalyptic survivalist fitness level Goal 5: ???) Quest 1: workout 3x a week! (09/12 +3STR, 07/12 +2STR, 05/12 +1STR) I am finally ready to do full workouts. Steve's beginner body weight workout is my focus. Of course there are options, but I enjoyed the body weight exercises from last challenge so much I wanted to make it a focus. Quest 2: primal 80/20 + 100g carbs max weekly avg + 1600cals max weekly avg! (23/26 4/4 +3CO
  3. Life Quest: Lose 15 lbs. I set 20 as a goal last challenge and managed 11. 15 is more realistic while still being challenging. Quest 1: Meal Planing - Create weekly meal plans. S - Tuesday nights, after I pick up my CSA, I will sit down and plan a week of food. This plan should include at least one new recipe a week and will be on the whiteboard and kept in the kitchen as a handy reminder. Due to night classes, Wednesday and Friday are going to be eating out, but I will plan on hearty lunches those days, and look for menu items that include lean protein, lots of veggies, and I will try to
  4. Total n00b here, on my second day of the Beginner Bodyweight Workout. I loved it the first day, but I got through two cycles and was so physically tired I had trouble going down stairs because my quads were so tired. So I let it rest for a few days and then started again today. About halfway through the first set of lunges, my right quad felt like it seized up and went OW OW OW OW. Is that a cramp? I stretched it out and that seemed to help, but I can definitely still feel it being kind of tight and painful and not wanting to do anything. Did I grievously harm myself? Do I need to return t
  5. I was fit once. Now I am not. I hope Nerd Fitness will finally get me back on track. (literally and figuratively) Main Quest: Be fit and healthy. Like I used to be in school. (Now I'm 28) Quest 1: Do the beginner body weight workout and the interval training at least once a week. Slowly build up from there. Also try following the Paleo Diet to the best of my ability. Quest 2: Make sure I do quest 1. I have done the beginner body weight workout once. It was death. I managed only one circuit. My legs were like jelly for the next few days. Interval training tomorrow...
  6. Hey everyone I've on my first challenge and I've been doing the level 1 Bodyweight workout for over a month now. I've noticed recently that my right knee is a little weaker than the left. Whenever I do lunges or squats or step ups, I get a little twinge in my knee. Today I was on my second round of lunges when my knee gave out and I just went down to the grass. I ended my workout early only completing 2 and a half reps, too scared I would damage my knee. Is there something going on in my k we I should be concerned about? Are their stretches or exercises I can do? Thanks in advance for your he
  7. So I was going to post a picture of a chain chomp from mario here, but my forum noob skills couldnt manage it, so the joke has slightly been lost now, but hey ho! But seriously I keep finding myself in a bit of a catch 22. I get motivated to change my lifestyle, get going with exercise, and then seem to injure myself in some way and have to stop/rest up and lose momentum. I am convinced my injuries result from my poor posture and sedentary lifestyle, but the only way I can change that is through exercise, hence this feeling of being in an infinite loop. I've been doing the Beginner Body We
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