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Superdad Returns - the sequel to Becoming Superdad As we learned in last month's challenge, A Superdad is Big and Strong: Goal 1: Perform one strict handstand push-up Last time, my strength goal was focused on sandbag overhead press. I came close to my goal, but realized that the sandbag OHP is not an ideal exercise to reach my real goal, which is performing handstand push-ups. I figure if I want to be able to do HSPUs, I would need to be able to do a 1x bodyweight OHP and a 150-160 lb sandbag is just a bear to deal with, especially holding it over your head. So in
Did my fourth weights session today, 1st of the second week. Upped the weight a little and managed to complete all reps and sets. Feeling good. Paleo now for 14 days, feeling good, strong and happy. I've lost 7lbs. Awesome.
The rest of my body is quite athletic but I can't seem to lose the last 14lbs or so of fat around my belly and lovehandles. I'm genetically predisposed to carrying more fat around my mid-section. I've been weights training 4-5 days a week for a year and a half, and in the last 6 months I've been adjusting my diet to fuel my body appropriately (more chicken and clean protein, more vegetables, less carbs and only complex carbs when I do have them). Obviously I have 'cheat' meals and eat things I like, but 80% of the time I'm on top of my diet. Does anyone have any tips on losing this last bi
G'day guys! First of of all, who I am: Age: 31 Height: 1,65m (5'5") Weight: 67kg (147lb) I am a brazilian guy living as a student in Sydney. I'm not really fat but within the last 10 years I developed a top belly and it really bother me and I decide to do something. I work from 6:30am to 3pm and then I go to school from 5 to 9. My workplace has a gym for the employees which I tried to use it some times before go to school. My top goals are to be successful in creating the fitness habit, eat healthy and meditate. I got the Rebel Strenght Guide and had a look on the forum, but I think that t