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  1. Project Asthma 2#: Asthma Harder "The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday" Hello, It's me. So, how are you guys? I'm actually pretty fine. As usual, all my plans are in vain, things go wrong and I manage to use the opportunity to my favor. But, again, my plans do fail a lot. I guess I must fight harder. Challenge 2#: Get In Shape Starting on 17/04/2016 Duration: 6 Weeks. Goals: Running (3000m, 15:33 or less); Rear Pull-Ups (10+). I beat the pull-up challenge much much much earlier than I tho
  2. Approaching Thick Darkness "The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday" Who Am I My nickname here is King (22). I love RPG (I stopped playing for a long time. More on this later); Sports; Extreme Sports (But I haven't done dangerous things for years now); I love watching playthroughs (SSHOPKC MLG!); But mostly I feel very connected to the arts of war (the ideologies behind them, the philosophy of combat, modern battles, etc.); I also like hiking, camping, and I understand issues related to survival (field knives, firestarting, and other primitive skills). I work as a soldier in the army headquart
  3. I am currently training to a 10K race at the end of February. I have asthma, and it's bothering me during the run. Sometimes it drops my FEV so low that I must stop after a few minutes. Do you have any idea how to handle these attacks better, aside from using an inhaler? The inhaler usually works, but can't always prevent upcoming attacks. To prevent attacks at any time and in any situation, I have to use a very strong steroid inhaler in dosages I think my body won't like at all... I made an appointment to a pulmonologist, but he doesn't have too much to tell me, he'll probably just tell me
  4. Project Asthma "The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday" Goals Who I Am: I BELIEVE (a link to my battle log). Hi, I'm King, and I'm new here. After almost a year of writing my battle log, I'm finally ready for my first challenge. Wish me luck. Main Goal: Run 10K in less than 55 minutes without getting an asthma attack below 600 FEV (pass the millitary EIA test, beat asthma), until February 27, 2015. Touchstones (SMART Quests): Under Construction Motivation: I AM WAR (a link to my about-me page). I'm doing it not because I want to get healthy or buffed or successful. I'm doing it becaus
  5. Hey guys! Q: Is it okay to run and swim a day after that? (After a few years I wasn't in shape, I decided to start training again. I am considering to start swimming. I have asthma and was told that it's very healthy. Trouble is, I'm running about three times a week. My friends told me not to swim day after day) Thanks, King.
  6. Hello guys, I'm king. I have a question: Can you lift weights a day after day, without a day of rest in between? Even if this is the same exercise? Thanks More information: I currently do dumbells. Bicep (10kg, 20X2) and Side lateral (15X3). It's not much, but it's a start for me. I'm more into the scout-thing (long-term running, backpacking and hiking), but I want to shape my upper body a little bit, so I do weightlifting. my stats:
  7. Hellluu, I'm king and my english is terrible I'm going paleo, but I think I've found a problem: I'm skinny and little built. I'm 6'1" (184 CM), and weights 152 lbs (69 Kilograms). I was even more skinnier, but I started to eat a lot of grains and go to gyms, and it helped me a lot. on the other side, I have asthma, which means that grains makes my symptoms worse. My diet principles: with time, I'll cut out all grains, legumes, diary, starchy-vegetables (aka POTATOES), and processed foods. It already eased my asthma attacks. I want to start with a steady gym routine ('been training in gy
  8. Hello, I'm new here I run from time to time. This year I decided to build a serious running program - but there's a big problem: I'm running in the city, on sidewalks and roads. I understand that it's not healthy for your feet over time. + Is there a shoe type that is better for urban places? + Are there rules and tips to help reduce the damage to my legs? Thanks, King
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