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  1. Keepin tight... Well, i might've gotten myself into some trouble with some obscure members of the NF. Taking out loans so to speak. Which means i have to deliver. In NF terms this means i got to keep it tight. Forfeits are in place, and since i don't want to be virtually raped i got to keep tight, to keep "it" tight. I'm almost done with watching Sons of Anarchy, and for you who also seen this show, it all made perfect sense. Trying to live the good life, but you have got some juggling to do. People expect shit, and you need to delive
  2. Grinding; Small Stones (Stones: a few KCAL a day / that extra microplate or rep / ingraining solid habits) Longterm goals / Main-quest / The Mountain What: Drop in BF% Why: Walk around comfortably without clothes What: Get “bodyweight-fit” Why: Be OCR-ready / Satisfy RangerBrain™ What: Drop below 74 kg (163 lbs) Why: Be ready for PL-beginners-meet Remember the past: track to be able to see progress. Plan for the future: Think up and work out solid long term and short term goals
  3. "I'm Coming For Ya, BEAST!" QUEST 1 Maintain deficit: This KCAL range is proving to be a struggle, so i'm gonna keep it here and hopefully find somebody who will do a form of PvP with me for the added accountability. My weight is stabilizing while i think i need to lower it and lose some extra BF. For added accountability i'm gonna do a written report of what i ate the day(s) before. ***** QUEST 2 Keep up protein: Of course i will try to do my best to keep as much muscle as possible. I'm still doing lots of stuff
  4. QUEST 1 Maintain deficit: Adjusted a bit, removed an extra 100 KCAL/day. I gained a little weight during my vacation, and with summer season coming i'm preferring getting rid of the excess fat even it means i will lose some muscle in the progress. I want to get to that baseline! Plus i think it will benefit me greatly on the OCR, lowering my BW to maximize my efficiency on all those BW-exercises i will encounter there. QUEST 2 Keep up protein: Of course i will try to do my best to keep as much muscle as possible. I'm still doing lots of stuff to enhance my body and it nee
  5. Intro: The end of this challenge marks the first anniversary of me joining NF. At the end of January 2015, I weighed 255 lbs, hated myself, and constantly felt sick and tired. I started watching what I was eating, and then at the end of February took the plunge and joined a gym. I came across NF a week before the April 2015 6WC started. By that point, I was five weeks into attempting to establish a new workout routine, and nine weeks into attempting to eat better. There are links to my introduction/origin story and my first seven challenges in my sig below. Feel free to go rummage around in th
  6. Intro: This challenge marks the first anniversary of me attempting to get my health on track. At the end of January 2015, I weighed 255 lbs, hated myself, and constantly felt sick and tired. I started watching what I was eating, and then at the end of February took the plunge and joined a gym. I came across NF a week before the April 2015 6WC started. By that point, I was five weeks into attempting to establish a new workout routine, and nine weeks into attempting to eat better. There are links to my introduction/origin story and my first six challenges in my sig below. Feel free to go rummage
  7. Intro: I joined NF a week before the April 2015 6WC started. At that point, I was five weeks into a new workout routine, and nine weeks into attempting to eat better. There are links to my introduction/origin story and my first five challenges in my sig below. Feel free to go rummage around in there. I’ve gone from 255lbs at the end of January 2015 to 209 as of right now, getting as low as 196 by challenge 4 before backsliding after a horrible flu and then cake season. It’s a work in progress. Life Quest: There is an ongoing life goal to dress like a proper grown-up adult man, in cloth
  8. So, who is SomeGuyFromScotland?: I joined NF a week before the April 6WC started. At that point, I was five weeks into a new workout routine, and nine weeks into attempting to eat better. There are links to my introduction/origin story and my first four challenges in my sig below. Feel free to go rummage around in there. I’ve gone from 255lbs at the end of January, to 232 at the start of my first 6WC, 223 at the start of my second, 211 by the third, 203 by the fourth, and 196 as of right now. It’s a work in progress. There's no specific weight number in mind (yet - this might change as the
  9. Hi all!!! I have missed you and your banter the last month or so, and I am excited to be in a place where I can rejoin the fun! I am sure you have lots of questions about where I disappeared to last month. The simple answer is down a deep dark rabbit hole. The good news is that I am changing jobs next week! Wahoo! So that means no more deep dark rabbit hole of emotional despair. I am back, and I am happy, and I am ready to take on the world! Thus the challenge title...despite not being a gamer I thought it fit nicely. So what is the new plan? Well, the new epic quest is to be in the b
  10. Introduction: I joined NF a week before the April 6WC started. At that point, I was five weeks into a new workout routine, and nine weeks into attempting to eat better. There are links to my introduction/origin story and my first three challenges in my sig below. Feel free to go rummage around in there. I’ve gone from 255 lbs at the end of January, to 232 at the start of my first 6WC, 223 at the start of my second, 211 by the third, and 203 as of right now. It’s a work in progress. There's no specific weight number in mind (yet - this might change as the challenges go on), but I suspect it
  11. Getting straight back into it, since the downtime is cut to one week this time around. Whoooo! Introduction: I joined NF a week before the April 6WC started. At that point, I was five weeks into a new workout routine, and nine weeks into attempting to eat better. There are links to my introduction/origin story and my first two challenges in my sig below. Feel free to go rummage around in there. Anyway, my first two challenges went well, and now I'm ready to push on. I’ve gone from 255lbs at the end of January, to 232 at the start of my first 6WC, 223 at the start of my second, and 211
  12. MAIN QUEST I want to create and maintain habits that lead to a happy, healthy, and less stressful life. My job gets crazy around the holidays, so I'll need an island of calm - enter cycling! I discovered it about two months ago and we've had a whirlwind romance. I think it could be the one I do long rides on the weekends and I'm not about to give that up! However, one or two long weekend rides can't fix everything. This challenge is going to be about supplementing those long rides with other healthy behaviors. I'm going to be a bit harder on myself this challenge - my last (and first!) cha
  13. Hey friends! I'm jumping into the challenge a few days late because I just got back from an impromptu vacation. I had all my challenge goals worked out a few weeks ago, and then last week, I broke up with the man I had been dating for 4 years and living with for 3. I've found myself suddenly in upheaval, and I'm going to use this challenge to aid me in this transition. I started my journey to fitness in June, and I'll be damned if I let my progress get away from me! A little about me, I'm a 27-year-old photographer living in New Mexico. I'm one of the lucky ones whose passion and profession
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