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  1. Level one challenge: Diet: Eat a vegetable with one meal everyday. Two coffees per day and lots more water. Fitness: Walk every day (5 minutes) - this could even be in the form of standing up at your desk and walking around the office. Level Up Your Life: #100happydays Take a picture of one thing that makes me happy everyday.
  2. So I am approaching my Deload week of my first mesocycle of 5/3/1. I used a calculator off the lifting report that had me put in my working weights and it both calculated my 1RM then turned it into all my lift numbers... but I need to add 10 or 5 # to my working weight,,, not my 1RM. I guess what I am asking is does anyone know of a simple calculator to figure out the next cycle or do I need to actually do the math. Is everyone doing the math for each cycle?
  3. Main Quest: Establish an emergency fund of $2,600 (one full paycheck). Goal One: No beer for 6 weeks. Goal Two: No eating out for 6 weeks. Goal Three: Record meals in MyFitnessPal Life Side Goal: Establish and maintain a routine for managing my to-do list Main Quest: Maintain a daily caloric intake of 2,000-3,000 calories regularly through efficient meal-planning and tracking. Goal 1: Enter all meals in MyFitnessPal for the duration of this challenge. Goal 2: Cook all meals at home for at least four days out of the week. Life Goal 1: Up to October 5th (beginning of Fall Break), have al
  4. My local walking track is inefficient. Supposedly, four and a half laps equal one mile. Well, once I've done four and a half laps, of course I want to go on and finish so that it's five laps. Makes sense to me. I'm trying to figure out exactly how far this is, and I have no head for math at all. Is it a mile and one eighth? It can't be a mile and a quarter... Help, please, for logging purposes, and so I can figure out time to distance ratios, etc.
  5. Hello again, everyone! Last time I started on the last week of the challenge, so this will be my first full challenge In honor of this, and for the fact I'm going to graduate from Stanford during this challenge (June 16th woot! ), I really want to push myself. Last challenge I started 80-20 Paleo, and so far I'm sticking to it. Now I'm setting some new goals: Goal 1: Jog/Run for 2.5 mi or 50 mins (STA: 4 | DEX: 1) I've never done a marathon in my life. I hardly ever run since I'm mildly asthmatic and my legs are angled differently. However, I feel that I use those reasons as excuses
  6. Well I started out at 202 10 weeks ago, with 42.5% bf. 202x.425 = 85.85lbs of fat Now I am at 192 with 41% bf 192x.41 = 78.72lbs of fat Not too bad, until I look at my lean body weight which has gone from 116.15 down to 113.28. Boo! I have a (very)long term goal of 170lb at 20% which would put my lean mass up to 136. It is frustrating seeing that number go down when really I want it to go up! I hope that my running goals (marathon this fall) help with the overall weight loss, and lifting goals (120lb ohp, same dl) keep from me from lossing too much lean mass so I don't have so far to go over
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