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  1. Hi everyone, My Age is almost 22yrs, Height 5'10 - 5'11. i was a bit fatty and never avoided sugar or junk food, the first day when i started to diet my weight was 83.75KG (19 January 2020). Today (20 February 2020) my weight it 79.10 KG, im dieting and avoiding junk foods. Whatever im doing my parents want me to stop it but i am feeling better than ever before by doing diet and going to gym. But one thing is making me feel so uncomfortable (CHEST FAT) My left side have more fat than the right one, right one is not much noticeable but the left one is clearly visible whenever im wearing a Shirt my left side is always visible. i dont know if this is something to worry about? i just want to make sure its nothing serious and how i will get rid of my left side chest fat. also i dont have any gyno or tumor sh*t.
  2. Hello Nerd Assassins! Or should that be Assassin Nerd's, we don't kill nerds here, right? Looks like I joined the Rebellion just in time for a four week challenge which I'm stoked about. Here are my goals for May: 1) Walk 1 mile first thing every morning (establishing the habit of exercise) 2) 80% of my calorie intake will be made up of whole foods over a week (establishing the habit of eating right) 3) Eat 300g veg on 3 of my daily meals (some days I eat 4 meals a day due to my work schedule) 4) Work for 5 minutes each day on my blog (establishing another habit) The daily exercise thing is to get me in the habit of working out before I leave for my day job. Working out after work sucks for me The job isn't overly physical but coming home and going to workout isn't the greatest. I'm building up to the Floor 1 program from GMB, but baby steps, baby steps. For Food and Nutrition, I'm already on a 30-day challenge to eat only 3-4 meals per da with no snacking. I've just given up calorie counting and macro-tracking and am enjoying the intuitive eating style of game. These extra efforts of eating mostly whole foods and 300g veg per meal were goals from further down the road. I maybe feel like I'm cramming too much in to too little time (I'm not sure if Leo Babuta is going to yell at me, but he doesn't seem the type ). Working on the blog is a Freedom Goal. It's important to me to be self-sufficient. EDIT: What the hell just happened?! I woke up on Tuesday this week and had a small breakdown apparently; the good kind though, I think, nothing to worry about (I'm British and prone to hyperbole). I'll blame Steve and the LUYL book I think.... I was listening to the chapter about sacrifice while working and some bolt out of the blue hit my mind. Apparently I think that slowly building habits is great and all, but the above gaols are a little too slow for me. They quickly changed to the following on Tuesday: 1) Eat Paleo. That's a little vague but I took it as a challenge to eat as high up the paleo diet plan as possible. I'll check what level I'm working at in a bit 2) Exercise every day. Yep every damn day. Strength workout 3 times a week, Interval training the other days, and Yin yoga if anything else would kill me. 3) Work for five minutes on my blog every day. That's still a good-un. I'm handing in my notice at work on Friday so I can work on my blog & fitness full time. I've been dreaming about doing this for probably eight years now so it's time to jump, I think. Wish me luck nerds.
  3. I have returned to return to my awesomeness. During my Br0din sleep, I had injured my lower trap, got sick, went on vacation them went through the holidays. ...and I got fat and fat Warriors won't do well when Ragnarok comes around. rare before photo: and rare after photo: Therefore, I have to get the basics back into order and start new things! 1: Get my workout back in order. I'm doing a modified 5-3-1 with emphasis on Bench and front squats. I've changed the order of my workout so I do squats/legs on day 2 and DL/back on day 3. This has reduced my back fatigue/pain in the week I've done it. I'm not lifting my deadlifts on a scheduled plan, just going to do 4-5 sets of 5 to work my back, glutes and hammies. And for those who know 5-3-1, I'm doing OHP on bench day. Not trying to get super strong in OHP, just build strong looking shoulders. Plan: A. Continue to lift and regain strength and get stronger because strong people crush weak people in battle. B. More abs. Do 15 min abs workout 4-5 times a week. Abs help carrying load barring equipment into battle C. Conditioning. I need to improve my conditioning a bit. So, I'll do some type of sprints, rows or horizontal cardio 3 times a week or go snowboarding for the day. Everyone knows you can't kill frost giants all day long... if you can't last all day long. C1. Also, Since I got my promotion last summer and was moved to a first floor building, I realized that I'm missing the stairs in my life. Therefore, all bathroom/water breaks will be done on the 3rd floor (highest floor of my building.) Cause stairs are good. 2: I got fat(ter). I hit over 240lbs a couple of times (I was 212 in OCT) and I'm measured the highest I have ever measured on the waist. This is unacceptable. a. Track all the foods. b. Be less fat. Using the Marine body fat test, I'm 21% BF with 50lbs of fat and a LBM of 186lbs. So, losing the 25lbs I gained will quickly fix the problem that I don't fit inside my armor. Also, I've been called out in bf% PVP, so I have to destroy me some up and comers and get back to being this guy: 3. Ragnarok will require proper defensive positions and weapons. So, I need to build proper defensive positions (I.e that shed Mrs. B wants me to finish.) Then I will train with my new Sword (in the Romeo and Juliet sense (no, the Leo/Clare one!)) But first I need to prepare my sword for battle like buying sights for it and paint it "tacticool." But do I got Multicam or black and white stormtrooper? or The more I look at it, the black and white is freaking cool looking. But before I paint it, I need sights and have my sling mount put on it. 4. Lastly, I've not been around the forum like I should be, so
  4. Character Name: Arcelas Feristorm Race: Nord (Tall fair humanoid) Class: Ranger Day One: Just woke up from a drunken stupor. The creature lying next to me barely looks human let alone female. Well, that barkeep was right, that drink will knock you on your ass. I sneak out of the motel room, leaving my +8 pants and Dagger of Danging. Gods help me, I mutter as I jump out the window.
  5. So, I'm still losing fat after a successful last challenge. Unfortunately, the caloric restriction seems to aggravate minor injuries so I need to be vigilant in my approach. Post school and trying to get my feet on the ground means that finances are tight at the moment and what I probably really need is to train in a gym where I would have access to a variety of equipment that would allow me to have more options for a work around. Sadly, that probably won't happen so I need to work with what I have. So, the big problem. I did a few night shifts just picking up work but that has put me back on my terrible 3am - 10am sleep schedule that I seem to always default to. Now, The goal is usually in bed by 1am so that will be the main goal of the next challenge. So barring any temp work, I will be endeavoring to be in bed before 1am each night. This will afford me more sleep and more time to get stuff done during the day. Aside from that, I'll be trying to lean out for the duration of the summer but I don't know what the fall will bring. I may have to up my food intake then so I can build back and be healthy long term. We will see.
  6. Hi everybody! Well, even though I am within my healthy weight range, I have a skinny fat shape which I don't like. My stats are: 25 years old 6 feet 7â„16 inch tall / 184cms 180lbs / 82kgs weight I have tried Starting Strength and Strong Lifts programs while eating at caloric deficit and found it impossible to progress, even at the early stages of the program I stalled/plateaued. I did my research on technique and worked on it, I got pretty good at that, but never gained any REAL strength. Like "dayum that dude is strong" kinda strength. For example I could not get over 90lbs 5x5 back squat, I was exhausted on my off days and never fully recovered for my next workouts. The tiredness just built up until I started missing workouts and eventually quit. Apparently my approach was not a smart one. I was eating right, sleeping right, drinking a lot of water every day, and still felt exhausted and suuuuper weak. So my dear fellow nerds, what should I do? What should my next step be? I am currenty at a caloric deficit, ingesting 1800kcals per day and super sedentary, no excercise (except from bumping uglies with my girlfriend) Thanks in advance for your time! Have a great day
  7. Hi everyone! So, I've been dieting for over 4 months now (slow cut). During that time the only things I've been drinking are black coffee, water, unsweetened green tea, skim milk (in my protein shakes), and occasionally low-calorie drink mix. I was wondering, what do you guys drink when you are dieting? Or, what do you drink in general? Does anyone have any low/no calorie beverage ideas? Thank you in advance, Mike
  8. Challenge Number Three! These goals have been set on the assumption that I get to start my driving lessons within the next couple of weeks, and so a lot of my evenings will be taken up with this. If not, then I'll revise them accordingly. I'm also away visiting home for a week, during which I'll just have to improvise with the training. Main Quest: Summer holiday on the beach! I say this every year, but I'm really focussing on it this time; in August I'm going on holiday with my family. We'll be going to the beach, we'll be going swimming at least one other time, and I've absolutely had enough of feeling self-conscious about being seen with my shirt off. I am going to get myself into a shape I am happy being photographed in, and that's going to guide everything I try to do over the next half year. 1) Squat Mobility - do Hip & Ankle mobility work at least three times a week: +2 CON, +1 DEX By the time the next challenge starts I should have everything in place to be able to join a gym, at which point I'll be booking a PT and learning how to lift with proper form. The upper body work will be fine, but at the moment legs are horrendously tight and inflexible - quite probably as as result of all the running and cycling over the last ten years. So I've done my research and found some good stretches & foam rolling work I can do, and if I do it consistently over the next six weeks i should hopefully get some good improvements. 2) Time/Volume Bodyweight Training - two sessions per week (one of each bodypart split): +2 STR, +2 CON This one's quite self-explanatory; I've been seeing improvements during the introductory period, and I want to carry this on for the full six weeks to see what kind of strength & hypertrophy gains I can get. After that it'll be back to the exercise progressions for the next challenge. 3) 5k training - minimum two session per week, one of which being quality speedwork: +2 DEX, +2 STA I've entered the Doha Dash in mid-February, which I believe handily falls in the middle of Week 6. I want to build on the last challenge's 10k training and see if I can get back under 20mins; I did 21:06 during the first lap of the 10k last month, and then carried on to the same distance again while feeling strong, so if I train accordingly I should have a good shot at it. LQ) Piano Practice - 10 minute of scales and studies per day, every day: +3 CHA, +1 DEX Now I've finally got my piano I want to get back into the habit of practicing. But I don't want to get fed up and end up resenting it so I'm going to commit to just ten minutes of practice every day (apart from the week when I have no access to a piano, obviously!), at which point I can stop dead and do something else. If I want to carry on then fine, but a minimum of ten minutes focussed practice per day. I'm really looking forward to this challenge starting. Motivation is currently riding at a nice high, and I'm going to do everything I can to keep it that way. Bring on the training!
  9. With my last couple of challenges I've attempted cuts and failed miserably, completely my own fault. Loss of focus, laziness, etc. My previous challenge, which I did complete, consisted of two main goals: cutting a serious amount of weight and deadlifting 405. I met the latter of the two goals. The former I dropped the ball on completely. Lately I've had a lot of things pulling me in multiple directions. But now I have a lot of support for my weightloss at home both with family and friends. I really need to focus in on this. My main quest for this challenge, my first challenge to try to become a warrior, is to be consistent with my cut for six weeks. Period. If I am consistent I will lose fat. That's it. Recently I've started some medication that has as a side effect some serious weight gain. That coupled with my haphazard eating habits of late has led to me balloooning up. At the start of my previous challenge I weighed 205 pounds. I lost some weight down to 194. In the last few weeks I've blown up to a whopping 228 pounds. To be fair, a lot of this is water retention (I have to believe, as my waist size hasn't changed hardly at all). But a lot of it is also fat that I put on all by myself. The plan going forward is to log everything I eat both in LoseIt, and on here. I'm sticking to whole foods and cutting out all unnecessary carbs like bread and pasta and sweets (which I don't really eat much anyways). My doctor has recommended that I avoid most carbs anyways as it seems to exacerbate some issues that I have. As far as calories go I'm starting out at roughly 2500 daily, and will be slowly reducing this over the course of the six weeks. I am going to attempt one 24 hour fast per week, but that's not necessary for me to achieve my goals. Mostly I think that the weekly fast will help a lot with the water retention. I'm back to drinking protein shakes because it's a lot more convenient with my dietary restrictions to get my numbers up. At the end of this six weeks if I can get back down to 200 or less I will be very happy, but the main actual goal is to be consistent. I've been way too comfortable lately eating ad libidum. As of the start of this challenge I've had one protein shake (cheap brand) for 300 calories, 60 grams of protein. Aiming for 150-200 grams of protein today. I want desparately to complete this challenge, get my weight back on track, and become a warrior. Let's do this.
  10. Fit Intro: As a kid, I sucked at everything sport related and was known at my school for failing almost every time on P.E. The last couple of years I have discovered that I actually do love to push my body, but that I'm not a fan of team sports. I love dancing, yoga and strength training(free weights and body weight). Nerd Life Intro: I recently graduated as an Android and Java Developer, but still taking on extra courses like JavaScript. Programming is computers + puzzles and therefor awesome. I love reading fantasy and scifi and playing RPG's like WoW and Divinity (it's Belgian!). Civ V is another favorite (and The Sims, but sssh). My gaming skills are not nearly what I want them to be but I enjoy myself. I also love drawing, painting (both mostly nudes) and spending way too much time on Tumblr. Main quest: A nicer face I have always had pretty problematic skin and it is mostly my own fault. I have troubles sitting still and one of the things I do is touch my face all of the time, this causes my skin to break out and off course I can't stay away from those spots either... The circle continues. count: 2 for CHA for progress Missions: Clean: Every morning I will clean my face with water and apply tonic and day cream. Every evening I will clean my face with coconut oil. count: 2 for STA for doing this every day Don't touch: I am only allowed to touch my skin when I'm doing one of the above routines. count: 3 for CON More new faces: Last New Year I got a large easel from my parents and although I choose this present myself it still hasn't left its' box. I love painting but I don't do it often enough and it's a shame. Therefor I challenge myself to make at least 3 new paintings on my easel in the next 6 weeks. count: 3 for WIS Life quest: Get a job and move out First job, then move out, so this mostly means applying for a lot of jobs, creating stuff to add to my resume and improving my skills count: 3 for CHA, 2 for looking for jobs, 1 if I actually get one Side quest: Create my own android app and publish it in the store I didn't finish it last challenge, so I'm doing this again. count: 2 point for WIS Motivation: I want to be amazed by what my body is capable of, what I am capable of. I want to proof that I am not lazy and that I can do anything if I put my mind to it. This will be a serious challenge of persistence but I like challenges! Why be less when you can be more? Important notes: "You tag this with fatloss but I see no fatloss related missions?" I am continuing this pvp and will post progress on that here as well."What about your flexibility? No more scary gifs?" I love training my flexibility but it is has become a habit instead of a challenge. When I post about what I did that day a report on my human snake progress and some gifs might still be included.
  11. Fit Intro: As a kid, I sucked at everything sport related and was known at my school for failing almost every time on P.E. The last couple of years I have discovered that I actually do love to push my body, but that I'm not a fan of team sports. I love dancing, yoga and strength training(free weights and body weight). My most recent victory was the 5k race that I ran in May and I hope to get a <30 min time on that soon. Nerd Life Intro: I recently graduated as a Java Developer, but still taking on extra courses like Android. Programming is computers + puzzles and therefor awesome. I love reading fantasy and scifi and playing RPG's like WoW and Divinity (it's Belgian!). Civ V is another favorite (and The Sims, but sssh). My gaming skills are not nearly what I want them to be but I enjoy myself. I also love drawing, painting (both mostly nudes) and spending way too much time on Tumblr. Main quest: Vanity For the weight loss pvp I plan to lose 5lbs in 10 weeks. This should get me to visible abs and the lowest weight that I have been in my entire adult life. Missions: Same as last time: be able to perform the splits on both sides and really improve my wheel pose. Contortion is still awesome and ensures I can post a lot of scary gifs Practice every day. Points of completion will be given based on improvement and if I have practiced enough. count: 1 point for DEX for improvement of wheel pose, 1 for STA for training every day, same for splits (4 total) For the nutrition part of the fat loss I want to put off the tracking as long as possible because of a) stress and really hard when you live with your parents and they really don't want you to weigh your food. Instead I want to tackle some bad habits (hence the challenge title): - alcohol: instead of the weekly bottle of wine I will consume no alcohol for the entire challenge. I make an exception for champagne/sparkling wine because this would imply celebration (2 birthdays coming up + I might get a job) - sugary snacking: no more mindless grazing on processed sugar filled junk, no more store bought cookies or candy - drink more water: drink at least 2L a day - cook a healthy dish at least 2 times per week (tnx MogiShade)- protein: NEED MOAR Every week I will start tackling another one while continuing beating down the previous ones. Feel free to tell me about other habits I can add to this list! count: 3 for CONWorkouts: Bodbot is my master and I will obey all its orders count: 1 point for DEX based on cardio, 1 point for STR based on the strength exercises, 2 points for STA based on consistent trainingLife quest: Get a job and move out First job, then move out, so this mostly means applying for a lot of jobs, creating stuff to add to my resume and improving my skills count: 3 for CHA, 2 for looking for jobs, 1 if I actually get one Side quest: Create my own android app and publish it in the store I already know what I want to make but I don't have all the skills yet. count: 1 point for WIS Motivation: I want to be amazed by what my body is capable of, what I am capable of. I want to proof that I am not lazy and that I can do anything if I put my mind to it. This will be a serious challenge of persistence but I like challenges! Why be less when you can be more? EDIT I saw this method of tracking in a couple of threads and I like the clean layout, so I will start doing this too. Week x M T W T F S S bend eat train Guide:Y: did itN: did not0: not applicable that day
  12. LIFT. RUN. EAT. No creative intro or theme this time. Just a basic plan. Goal: Reduce BF to 20% Quest One: Strength Barbell Workout 2/week – Awards 2xp per workout Calisthenics Workout 3/week – Awards 1xp per workout Grading: A=38+, B=34+, C=30+, D=26+, E (fail)=<26 Quest reward: Strength* Quest Two: Conditioning Sprints 2/week – Awards 1xp per workout Grading: A=11+, B=10, C=9, D=8, E (fail)=<8 Quest reward: Stamina* Quest Three: Diet Eat less than calculated TDEE – Awards 1xp per day Eat less than TDEE -15% – Awards an additional 1xp per day Grading: A=137+, B=122, C=107, D=92, E (fail)=<92 Quest reward: Constitution*, and an epic cheat meal at the end of the challenge. Maybe. *A = +4, B = +3, C = +2, D = +1, E (fail) = +0 Side Quest: Food Write, cook, and share (on NF) a new low-cal healthy recipe each week. Quest reward: Constitution +1 Life Quest: Introspection and Purpose Write a personal manifesto Quest reward: Wisdom +2 ------------------------------------------- Workout Schedule Sunday: Rest Monday: Calisthenics (squats, leg raises, push-ups) Tuesday: Workout B (deadlift, OHP, back, shoulders, arms) Wednesday: Rest Thursday: Calisthenics (bridges, pikes) Friday: Calisthenics (squats, leg raises) Caturday: Workout A (bench, chest, arms) GTG: Chin-ups (1 - 3 reps sporadically throughout the day, everyday) Barbell Program Workout A: Bench 5/3/1, Chin-ups (5 sets), Push-ups (5 sets), Rows (3 sets), Dips (3 sets), Bicep Curls (2 sets), Plank (1 set) Workout B: Deadlift 5/3/1, OHP 5/3/1, Bridges (5 sets), Pull-ups (5 sets), Pike Push-ups (3 sets), Lunges (3 sets), Bicep Curls (2 sets), Plank (1 set) ------------------------------------------- Weight & Diet (Starting) Weigh-In (Sept 9th): 241.6lbs BF%: Est. 25% (will attempt a more precise measurement on Monday) I measured my BF% using skin fold calipers and came up with 23%. Calipers are often lower than actual body fat, so I think my estimate (from looking at body pics) was fairly accurate. Calculated Macros BMR: 2145 TDEE: 2949 (I selected "Exercise 3/week". I exercise way more than that but I have a desk job.) Target (TDEE -15%): 2507 Protein Target: 250g/day ------------------------------------------- Challenge Resources IIFYM Calculator More to follow.
  13. I have never seen a bodybuilder/powerlifter/strength athlete do an extended fast or a water fast. A youtuber that goes by the name Low Carb Cory did a 9-day fast with great results, but he's the only one I've ever found, and I wouldn't consider him a bodybuiler or strength athlete per se (although his physique is pretty great). I've been trying extending my fasts lately to see how much I can push myself. So far I'm having what appears to be positive results. The problem is, when I research this, I get very frustrated. The extended fasts that I've found that were studied were not performed by these types of athletes. I can't find any data suggesting the rate of muscle loss in someone performing heavy resistance training. I've found plenty of information showing protein is spared largely once the body adapts to a ketogenic state. But most of the information I have found pertains to intermittent fasting, which is what I currently do. I did find two videos of a guy saying "I'm doing a 7 day water fast to settle this once and for all, because none of you on the forums have the balls to try it." He did a video the first and second day, and was never heard from again. Has anyone here tried an extended fast? How long did you try it? How did your body respond? Why did you do it? I'm not advocating that people starve themselves or anything. But intermittent fasting has me asking a lot of questions and I'm not really finding any answers. And even though I'm interested in this, I doubt that I will ever attempt a true seven day fast. But this is one of those things that everyone talks about but there seems to be little data available to reference. Just trying to start a conversation guys. Thanks for any feedback.
  14. Fit Intro: As a kid, I sucked at everything sport related and was known at my school for failing almost every time on P.E. The last couple of years I have discovered that I actually do love to push my body, but that I'm not a fan of team sports. I love dancing, yoga and strength training(free weights and body weight). My most recent victory was the 5k race that I ran last month and I hope to get a <30 min time on that soon. Nerd Life Intro: Within a few weeks I will be a Java Developer, programming is computers + puzzles and therefor awesome. I love reading fantasy and scifi and playing RPG's like WoW and Skyrim. Civ V is another favorite (and The Sims, but sssh). My gaming skills are not nearly what I want them to be but I enjoy myself. I also love drawing, painting (both mostly nudes) and spending way too much time on Tumblr. Main quest: Lower my body fat percentage to 18% count: CHA +1 for every 1% dropped Missions: I will complete every workout BodBot gives me Consistency is the most important lesson that I need to learn count: percentage of workouts completed (cardio)STA (strength training)STR (flexibility)DEX I will sleep 8 hours every night This also means going to bed at a reasonable hour! count: good nights of sleep(track with app) CON WIS All my snacks will be healthy/homemade If I want pie, I can bake it too count: 10 - times cheated STA CON Life quest: Get a job and move out count: CHA Motivation: I want to be amazed by what my body is capable of, what I am capable of. I want to proof that I am not lazy and that I can do anything if I put my mind to it. This will be a serious challenge of persistence but I like challenges! Current: weight: 61 kg waist:72 cm hips: 96.5 cm thigh: 51.5 cm biceps: 27.5 cm
  15. Greetings, Fellow Nerds. A little bit of background info about me: I started following a low carb diet (not Paleo; I consume dairy) a couple of months back.I'm not overweight, but I could definitely do without a few pounds of fat on my upper body. The journey hasn't been as fruitful as I'd expected. I slack off more often than I probably should. Fighting the urge to grab that cookie/pizza slice has been a bit tough. Hopefully this would be the first of my many 6 week challenges to come. It would be great to receive support from fellow nerds on this quest. Main Goal: Work hard to lose approx 5 lbs of upper body fat: chest, love handles over the next 6 weeks. Goals: 1. Try to fit in 3-4 sessions of bodyweight strength training per week.2. Aim for atleast 2 cardio sessions @ the gym per week.3. Fight the urge to grab the morning cookie before starting work.4. Limiting beer to 2-3 drinks a week. Side Quests: 1. Fit in atleast 1 hour of study after coming home from work (I'm an engineering grad student)2. Sustain my reading habit instead of aimlessly browsing the web. (I was an avid fiction reader before joining grad school) Motivation:1. To look good in whatever I wear.2. The swimming pool @ my condo opens Memorial Day weekend. To be able to get in there without being self conscious about my upper body fat. Stats:Male, 25164 lbs, 5'11
  16. Remaining Pushups: 2490 SIX WEEKS BACK, ALRIGHT!!! Perfect opportunity for a little experiment. The goal is to attain a recognizable sixpack through WALKING. I will not be altering or restricting my diet as I am already conscious about what goes into my body. On a routine day I do not eat until 11:30. Most of the fluid I consume is water. I do not make any bones about having milk, alcohol, or sugary beverages. The fact is I typically DO NOT crave these things. Goals By challenge end, have walked a total of 10 hours on a 10% incline or higher at 2.5-3.0 speed.Spend at least 30 minutes a day outdoorsBy challenge end, have performed a total of 4000 pushups (have already done about 400 but won't count these)BONUS GOAL: Write at minimum 250 words every day Plan Divide walking schedule into twenty-minute to half-hour increments done each morning. Perform 200 pushups daily Monday-Friday and more if possibly. So, 1000 pushups a week. Taken after eating giant breakfast. Not exactly accurate. Will be posting new photos each week. June 3rd-9th: 6 hours incline walking. 2 hours Aikido. June 10th: 30 minutes June 11th: 60 minutes, 2 hours aikido June 12th: 220 pushups June 13th: Rest June 14th: 200 pushups June 15th: 200 pushups June 16th: 3 hours Aikido following by puking. Believe I had eaten some bad pizza hut on my 'cheat day' yesterday. The good news is I never want to see a slice of pie again. June 17th: 210 pushups. 20 minutes incline cardio. June 18th: 190 pushups
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