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  1. So Hollywood has decided to make a blockbuster movie, a spinoff of Game of Thrones, called the Clash of Khal's. The story centers on Khal Drogo's rise to power and features many epic battles with rival Dothraki hordes. Jason Momoa told them to fuck off because they didn't offer him enough money, so now I'm playing the lead role. Of course, to play the lead in a blockbuster action movie, I have to get in shape to play the part. I'm gonna need to get ripped. I'm gonna need big showy muscles to look good on camera. I'm gonna need endurance to get through long days on set, and the coor
  2. As per my usual in 2016, its the third day of the challenge and I'm getting my thread started. Meh, I've been busy. But, let's get to it. Last challenge I mastered my late night snacking tendencies after limiting them in my first challenge. I'm not going to make that a goal, but intend to keep it going. I've also been soda free since the start of the last challenge, but I'm going to continue that goal. Those 2 things plus the training has my weight down 5.5 pounds in 2016 and has my 5K time down by about 30 seconds per mile. So, let's kick that up a notch. Goal #1 While continuing to limi
  3. Last challenge, training was stagnant. I didn't enjoy it and I don't believe I pushed myself like I would've otherwise. On the other hand, I had good results with the nutrition side of things last challenge. To the point of dropping 9 pounds. So, it's clear to me that diet is the lion share of the weight loss success. I'll turn 42 during this challenge and having this extra weight is not doing me any favors. I'm now closer to getting under the Mendoza Line than at any time in the last 7 years. If you're not a baseball fan, the Mendoza Line means very little to you. If you are a baseball fan, t
  4. So, I usually post @ the bodyweight section of this forum. Mostly, because I'm focusing much more on my bodyweight techniques than on cross training (used to do that, but want to get my strength up in a hurry). But I thought it be nice to share this small circuit challenge with you guys. BTW, the link is to my blog so, yes, this has some blalant self promotion in it. The circuit consists on burpees, pull-ups, hanging leg raises and animal movements done in ladder format. People with a crossfit background will be kind of used to something like this. So, for the details: the link: An Evil Ea
  5. This will be my tenth NF Challenge. Wow, that went by quickly. So, why am I continuing the indestructible quest? Because I'm gonna need it. My overall goal for 2014 is to finish the year a lot closer to happy than where I've started it. I'm not unhappy mind you, but there are areas of my life that do not move me farther up the happy spectrum. So, I've come up with some simple year long goals towards being happier at the end of 2014 than the beginning. They are: Physical - Run 3 miles, once a week every week. It always makes me happy.Intellectual - Read 10 minutes a day, every day. I know, 10
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