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  1. Anyone from Singapore in this forum?
  2. So I'm 23, 5'2" and hoping to get some direction on getting in shape and probably loosing weight. I've always had low self esteem when it comes to body image ( thanks media) Here's a photo of where I am at now. I have no upper body strength but really strong legs from so much biking and it's always stayed. I heard beach body and shakeology are good. I want to look toned like you see people wearing the Nike outfits
  3. One of the best days I've had in a long time. Short background story. I've had a dress in my closet that I haven't been able to fit in for a while. I kept it hanging there as an incentive. After months of running on the treadmill for hours and hours, trying to burn off fat, I found NF a few weeks ago, and it sounded so fun, and smart, and different, and.... I joined the Academy. I've been working through step by step. I've been reading the archives, and grazing the forums, eating up the resources. I'm still vey much in the beginner stages, feeling somewhat guilty for having so much fun i
  4. 5'11 (1.8 metres) 150lbs (68kg) I currently have a 3 months gym membership and after the 3 months the membership expires and I want to get fit before May. My week goes like this: Monday: basketball training (2 hours) Tuesday: Gym (weights) Wednesday: rest Thursday: Gym (weights) Friday: basketball training (2 hours) Saturday: Gym (weights) Sunday: Rest My workout plan for the gym is a full body workout: Legs - 2 sets each Leg press Calve raises Leg curl Chest 2 sets each Smith press Dumbbell press Dumbbell fly Shoulders 2 sets each Lat pull down Dumbbell incline press Lat
  5. Greetings!! Quick question for you lovely folks. I just purchased an awesome pair of Reebok Nano 2.0 shoes in a size 8. I usually wear an 8 in everyday shoes and an 8.5 in running shoes, but I heard these ran long, so I bought the 8. They fit, but my toe feels like it's bumping the front of the shoe a bit. Would y'all recommend going up to an 8.5, or does the shoe stretch a bit? It's not uncomfortable, but I haven't worn them to a WOD yet. Returns and shipping is all free, so returning for another size is not a problem, but I wanted to see if anyone had the same issue at first. I've heard so
  6. This is a video (Mini-Documentary) to inspire all and to show what you can do with your body in only 28 days when you quit drinking, change your diet, and are active everyday!
  7. Hello to everyone. My name is Joaquín, this is my first challenge ever. I'm from Argentina, 25 years old and almost 10 kg above my desired weight. I've been following the blog for a while and today I came across the challenge, read some stories and got inspired to start. I really like sports and being active, but I get injured pretty usually because I'm a out of shape and quite a procrastinator. Main Quest = Lose 10 kg before summer ( December) Quest 1= Walk 30 minutes everyday Quest 2= Stop eating trash food and candies on weekdays Quest 3= Eat 2 servings of fruit per day. Life Ques
  8. There are so many things going on in my life for the next eight weeks that I have decided to focus on fit and fun elements of my world, starting now (week 0) and going to the week beyond the challenge (PreCamp). Fit & Fun Go Green: I love my Fitbit, and it really makes me happy (stupidly so) when the five goals turn green and I get the smiley face reward. Steps: 7500 STA +1 Water: 2L CON +1 Calories Burned: 2000 CHA +1 Active Minutes: 30 DEX +1 Distance: 3.25 miles STA +1 Every Day: (a whole playlist of smile-inducing tunes!) STR +225 situps ORa plank ORsquats OR5 pushups ORdancin
  9. Our story begins a long time ago, in a turn-based, text-based, role playing game called Vagabond's quest... TL;DR And ends, 12 years later, with me married to another gamer and expecting our first child together. When I joined The Rebellion, I was looking to lose weight, but the reality is that I'm 28 years old, the proverbial 'clock' scares the dickens out of me, and I told The Hubster that I'd either be at my goal weight or be a mother within a year. In my first challenge with The Rebellion, I actually lost about 8 pounds! I had busted through my first goal of 6 pounds and came out on
  10. First challenge for me so I'm going to focus on improving just a bit in each catagory and see where I'm most comfortable. Going to focus on mostly dealing with anxiety because I have reacently started getting severe migrains. They are so severe that I'm at the point of doing anything to prevent them but I would prefer to treat them the natural way. so for six weeks I will be : ~Giving up caffine in all forms but hot tea, diet soda and migrains are a no-go according to the doctor. ~transitioning to the paleo diet by cutting out sugar and complex carbs(God I love wheat thins heh) ~Learning to
  11. April 24, 2104 And so the journey begins... A quick look back in the rearview mirror: I was fit and happy and loving life - met my baby daddy, got pregnant, got married, gained 40 pounds, and had a beautiful baby girl. Lost 15 pounds, got pregnant again, gained 30 more pounds (and this time I had a handsome baby boy!) Tried to lose weight - but with a toddler, a newborn, and a full time job I found it hard to get back to the way it was. Tried walking, tried weights around the house, lost 3 pounds in 4 weeks and was DEPRESSED. Soooooooo....I researched and decided to give low carb a chance an
  12. Hello everyone. My name is John, I'm 32, married, have a 4 yr old daughter who is my sunshine. I'm from California, 5'6, and I weigh 180 lbs. I'm just going to try and be completely honest and without making any excuses. My wife and I are overwieght, we eat so horribly, love junk food, soda, and sweets. We are always tired and out of shape. And our bad eating habits are spilling over to our daughter, we get all the cheap, bad, processed stuff for us to eat. I'm on social security, I have a hearing aid on one ear, and a cochlear implant for the other. My wife works at a school kitchen. I won't
  13. Hi, I know I am late for the challenge but I would like to start anyway. I am a 32 year old woman and will be 33 on Tuesday and I thought my birthday would be a good starting point for my fist challenge. I live on planet metric, but I will try to calculate my stats for you: I am 5' 7" tall and I weigh 187 lbs (1,70m/85kg). I did the BBWW twice already and I can do it three times but I need a 20sec break before the third round. And it kills me completely. I do assisted pull ups instead of the dumbbell rows because I would really like to be able to do one real pull up. Or two. Which would make m
  14. Hey Everyone, So I am Jeremy, otherwise known as Omnianimaphobia, an I'm a gowk. Simple math Geek + Jock = Gowk. I am a group fitness instructor, assistant director of a fitness center, marathoner, paleo enthusiast, obstacle course racer, on and on and on. I am here cause I want to encourage everyone to stay active, get happy, and enjoy life! If I can help, I'll do my best! Never been a big forum person, but NF seemed right up my alley. Looking forward to reading everyones stories and maybe even learning a bit at the same time as well.
  15. Hey all! I am just getting back into working out. I know how to use the equipment at the gym, and the basics of fitness. What I don't have is a routine... Things I like: hiking, dance, group classes, yoga, light weight lifting I have a significant amount of weight to lose. My current goal is to exercise 3-4 days a week for approximately an hour at a time. Does this seem sensible?
  16. Hey! I'm a beginner, I've just register and see that there was a remaining challenge so I decided to take it seriously and do it. I hope to not fall into temptation, for that I have to have willpower and I am going to have it!! Main goals: -Reduce the sugar, junk food and fried food. -Set up in good habits and nutrition, like try eating new kind of vegetables and finding out tasty healthy food. -Leave the laziness and exercise more. Sub-goals: -Start going out running for improving my endurance. -Increase the amount of "good" calories that I eat. -Work out minimum three times a week. Li
  17. Ok, so here I am. New to the forums, but I need to stay committed. So I'm gonna update on here. Why? Well I think it'd be great to be held accountable. For breakfast, @ 3:30 AM I had an apple and a PB&J. I love those Peanut Butter. For Lunch, I had A McDouble, and a PB&J. I told you I loved them. (BTW, I'm keeping it honest here. I'm not gonna lie... Yeah I ate roasted duck, over rice pilaf with steamed broccoli, although I wish I could.) For Dinner, I'm working on some ground beef/salady type meal. Exercise, Beginner's Body Weight Circuit and 15 minute walk, just short of a mi
  18. Hi! I'm new and have been lurking for a couple weeks. I wasn't sure if I was ready until I tried on my cosplay outfit for comic-con and realized that even though it had only been purchased a month prior, it no longer fit. I have always struggled with my weight. Sometimes I feel like I'm winning the battle, but most of the time I give up after not seeing progress fast enough or falling of the wagon. This time is different. I am no longer thinking of this as a temporary struggle before I can get back to my cupcakes. This is a life change and failure is not an option. My inspiration is below
  19. Hi! I'm Joey and this is my first time participating in a challenge on this site. I'm a fat guy working on becoming...well, not a fat guy. I'm 23, I'm 5'9", and I weigh 325 lbs. I have a beautiful Pitbull named Bodhi, I work a part-time job, go to school, and run a bakery out of my kitchen (not awesome while dieting). I have recently decided to change the standards by which I live and I've put proper diet and exercise very high on my priorities list. After a month of making changes and sticking to them I have lost 15 pounds and feel great! I am ready to start setting some attainable goals and
  20. So this is my first challenge! Fitness related goals: 1. Run 5km 2. Keep my weight within 55-57kgs 3. Go to the gym 5 days a week Lifestyle goal: 1. Pay $1000 of debt In saying this, I do plan to develop muscle so if I was to go over 57kgs it would only be from muscle. I plan on keeping my eating clean like it has been for the past month (no junk food!) I have also attached a picture at the beginning of my challenge and will post a picture again at 3 weeks and at 6 weeks
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