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So I wasn't sure if this is where I should start, because I've had Nerd Fitness for about a year and I tried it, and failed miserably at sticking with it, so I guess this is technically a respawn? I did track and cross country all 4 years in high school, (about 6 years ago from graduation) and I took a year off, then did it again for a year or 2 at a junior college. Since then I've stopped consistently working out like I used to. I've tried several workout plans and "diets" and nothings worked, I end up fizzling out. So I thought Nerd Fitness would be great because it's so focused on small c
Hey team! I'm Andrew, I'm 22, and I used to be pretty fit. A few years ago I moved out of my parents' house, had a break down, and have gained a steady ten or so pounds a year since then. I weighed myself recently and the scale put me at 188.8 pounds. In that moment I very, very suddenly found myself motivated to get back on track. My mom has been a yo-yo dieter for years, so I did a bunch of them with her (Atkins was the worst, good god) but never had any real results. I've been following NF's posts for ages and had always meant to do one of the challenges, but never really got around to it
Typing here is scarier than it probably should be. Hi. I'm Cori, a twenty-four year old Canadian living on the West Coast. I spent the past four years getting my film production degree. That meant constant trips to crafty (basically a snack and sandwich truck) to sustain energy... but it also meant being on my feet and lugging gear upwards of sixteen hours a day. I was unhealthy, no doubt about it, but I was relatively skinny and unhealthy. Then I got a desk job. [As a graphic designer for a television network, yay!] The crafty truck disappeared, but so did my constant motion and lifting