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  1. I realize this song isn’t about bike racing, or perhaps anything at all, but it’s totally kicking and I’m going with it. I’m terrible about challenges. The only thing I promise to do is listen to this song before every bike ride. I have Thursday night training races, the Borah Epic (40 mile off road) on June 8 and the Lutsen 99er (99 mile off road) on June 23. I may also do the Elm Creek Menacing 40 June 15. I’m not getting off to a great start this year*, the goal is simply to finish these. Any result better than getting swept up is gravy. * Not a eup
  2. *Middle Aged Man in Lycra It’s time to get some miles in. I’ll also be doing this kettlebell endurance program in a last ditch effort to be prepared for the racing season.
  3. Brand new Nerd here, picked up road cycling this year due to a meniscus removal that makes running really painful. Don't see much from other cyclists posted in here. Are there a lot of us? Was hoping for a cycling subforum in here like there is a running one to better facilitate discussion
  4. I've been away for a little while. Mostly busy with work and the like. I also might be doing this challenge injured so will likely have to mix it up slightly. I decided to do a black widow challenge this time around, mostly so i can post pics of Natasha's (Scarlett's) hotness Challenge Goals: In honour of Scarlett's thighs and ass this challenge will revolve around legs, it's basically leg month Mobility. I've been neglecting my body slightly, so mobility exercises need to happen 3 x per week. Stretching and yo
  5. Quest 1: Let’s get complicated. By which I mean, cut out simple carbohydrates (sugar, grains) from all but 18 meals during the course of the challenge. I’m interested in heading in the Paleo direction but I don’t want to make drastic changes all at once and fall off the wagon. I like Steve’s free food day a week idea, but I would like those meals to be more flexible options than a one day carb load. I am emboldened by my success with cutting out potatoes in my last (first) challenge, which was definitely helped by me bringing lunch to work (=fewer potato chips and french fries). I re
  6. First challenge here I go. My name is Cristina. I'm an avid urban cyclist. Riding in the city is the best thing in the world. I fell in love with it about 1 ½ years ago. Last summer all I did was ride and work as a server. All that exercise lead to some awesome weight loss. I felt so good. Then, I started going to school. I no longer work as a server, instead I'm a box office ticket sales person (basically sit at a computer all day). I still ride but less frequently. It doesn't help that I've really slumped in eating well too. So I'm getting myself together, but I need accountability from lik
  7. I've had a terrible two months. Food poisoning, colds, sprained ankles, broken bicycles, broken cars, dying pets, failed exams, etc, and as a result my stuff hasn't exactly been together. I've been to the gym a few times, calories are more-or-less on target, but I'm getting fat and lazy again and it's making me sad. Time to buck up my ideas and get my stuff back together, so! Main quest Get strong, run far, be ready for the next mudder (April 26th)! Goals therefore Run 45mins at weekends. Either two sessions or one hella long one. Eat 3000 calories minimum. 160g protein. Not-cake. Gym
  8. It's been crazy here since it happened. I knew they would come eventually, but I still wasn't fully prepared. My family are spread across the country - they know the procedures, what to do, how to survive. They're waiting for me, and I have to get there. But they are everywhere... Goals: LIFT! You're at a dead end. Zombies are closing in from every side. Your only way out is over the fence behind you, can you make it? 3x chin-ups by the end of the challenge. Still can't manage pullups, but can do 1x almost-chin on a good day, so I'll start there instead of with the unreasonable goal of pullup
  9. Starting point at March 2012:Weight: 212lbBust: 42"Waist: 38"Hips: 46" Deadlift: 40kgBench: 20kgOverhead press: 17.5kg Current:Weight: 147lbBust: 33"Waist: 27"Hips: 36" Took a 6 month break and only just restarted weight training a month ago, so:Deadlift: 60kgBench: 40kgOverhead press: 27.5kg Reached a point where I've run out of specific targets, so I'm hoping this first challenge will help me get back on track. When I first started exercising a little over a year ago my goal was "get down to ~145lb", and as I'm now at 147lb I'm floundering a little with what I really want to do. Sat down an
  10. The Cylons were created by man. They rebelled. They evolved. They look and feel human. Some are programmed to think they are human. There are many copies. And they have a plan. Do I have what it takes to stand up to the Cylons? Well I hope so! Okay, enough nerding out, let's get serious. I say serious like I'm not going to compare myself to fictional creatures over the entirety of this post, but never mind. My story I started 2012 as a cave troll. 5'9, 212lbs, fat and clumsy and slow. In March I finally decided that enough was enough, slung a leg over my first trusty steed, and started
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