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  1. Hello and welcome to the latest installment of the weird and wonderful Kyliewyotie show! First thing first; yes, I want you to punish me. I'm not a masochist, but I do know that it would be a good way to stay on track. Background: last challenge I instituted a checklist system. It would provide me an acceptable mandatory minimum level of fitness and productivity. ​The reason this was implemented was because my life situation has began to provide me with less and less free time. Promotion, that takes more time. My wife is 38 weeks pregnant, so baby incoming. All of my free time is spent on our home, remodeling fixing etc. I was using that as an excuse to not get work outs in, to blow chores, and generally be a fat lazy slob. My System: I wanted to keep it simple, and I use check lists a lot during my job. So it made sense to make a relatively short list of things that I have to do each day, no matter what. I use a app on my phone to prompt me at 9pm to check off what has been done. I will keep my self accountable by the day. I wanted to ensure I kept moving forward in each area of my life, so my check list picks items in areas I want to ensure don't slip away. I used this system as a test last challenge, and in hopes of building them into habits over that previous 6 weeks. ​I completed the challenge with a 82% success rate over all. Pretty good but I want better. That is where you come in, having the looming fear of public punishment from my NF friends should help my not blow off items. If it does great, I will rock these 6 weeks, if it don'st my public punishments should provide you with some entertainment. I know this doesn't fit the idea of 3 fitness goals, and one life goal etc. But hey were rebels after all, so screw it. My checklist: 1. walk at least 7500 steps each day -I usually complete this just from my job, but if I don't I will walk laps at the park at night. Steps being counted using my vivosmart band. (been using it for a while now, accuracy is acceptable.) 2. Daily PT - Short session of body weight exercises, 2 sets done as fast as possible. each set has 45 jj's, 15 squats, 10 push ups, 3 pull ups, 12 legs lifts, 60 arm circles. I will allow for substitutes on that plan if I need to increase difficulty or if I away from home and pull ups are too hard to complete. 3. Wizerscises! - Every time I take a bathroom break, I do 10 squats. 4. Take my vitamins - Take my vitamins everyday, Doc said I should, so I should. 5. Eat under 2k calories - I have a meal delivery service, that gives me good tasting, healthy fresh food daily. Pre portioned to hit the calorie goal of my choice. All I have to do is not cheat, (the hard part.) 6. Stretch - I know it will help my not hurt myself at work, and it will be nice to be more bendy. I can't touch my toes, and I would like to. 7. Chores - Do one each day. I want to make sure I don't come home from work and shit on the couch all night. Punishment plan: I may not report in each day that I did all my items, but If I don't I will check in with the bad news. I think the simple answer is one punishment for each check missed. I'm pretty open to what ever people pick, as long as it isn't crazy like getting tattoos or jumping off a roof. I will retain the option of saying no, but with the spirit of things I don't think I will. I will post when I fail, and first come first served when dishing out punishments. TLDR: I have a checklist plan to stay fit,healthy, and productive when time is short I used it last challenge to build habits If I fail, I am looking for punishments. Thanks everyone, and good luck on your challenges.
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