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HAPPY SNOW DAY, NORTHEASTERN PEOPLE! If you're snowed in like me (10 inches expected in Southern NH), how are you going to stay active today? Share your plans or suggestions! I had a really hard workout yesterday, so I will probably skip strength training today and just do a mission on "Zombies, Run!"... also known as about 30 minutes of cardio.
Hello there! This is my first quest and I am very excited to begin this with all of you. I got an early start on the challenge, and I've been trying to stick to my fitness goals for a couple weeks already... I couldn't resist! I'm based out of Boston, and it is getting colder and colder, so I am hoping to keep my motivation going. My fiance and I are moving in the middle of this challenge, so there may be a couple of hurdles, but I am hopefully going to be able to stick with it. Long term goal is to be fit for my wedding in June and our adventure honeymoon in Belize in July. Main Quest: Start a healthy lifestyle and lose a few inches and pounds. Goals: 1. Go to the gym and lift at least 4x per week A = 4x per week B = 3x per week C = 2x per week D = 1x per week F = 0x per week 2. Attend a yoga class at least 1x per week A = Every week C = Every other week D = Once a month F = Not at all 3. Reduce intake of foods with processed sugar to 3x week at most A = Sugar < 1x a week B = Sugar < 2x a week C = Sugar < 3x a week D = Sugar < 5x a week F = Sugar > 5x a week Life Quest: It has been a really stressful month, and it looks like it will not end any time soon, and typically when I am stressed I will shop for a quick pick me up. My goal for this challenge is to recognize when my spending habits and to reduce impulse buys significantly. A = No impulse buys B = 2 impulse buy C = 3 impulse buys D = 4 impulse buys F = > 4 impulse buys Motivation: I'm getting married, and I want to feel strong and beautiful on my wedding day. I have back pain that is the result of muscle imbalances. I would love to be able to strengthen that to reduce the pain and the need for chiropractor visits.