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  1. I'll be honest here... I've been apart of the academy for quite some time now.. and with this honesty.. I really haven't been doing much. I've been trying to eat better, and now I have decided to get my attempt at home workouts. Gotta start small I guess. I just re-came across the 20 minute hotel workout that I tried Level 1 in my apartment, part of me is aching a little bit, and the other part of me is glad I went through it. Now I know that rest days are important, what do I do on my rest day? and how can I mix the 20-minute hotel workout with the Level 1 body worko
  2. Let's try this again. I guess two years ago when I wrote my first introduction I wasn't ready to commit. After losing some weight through a very physical job, I'm feeling better and more confident in myself and getting fit again. Here's my back story that hasn't changed since I typed it 2 years ago, well a few minor details but hey.... Now some background info.....I'm no stranger to fitness. In high school I was on the swim team (I was a sprinter, freestyle and butterfly) kept me in great shape. After highschool I joined the United States Marine Corps where I spent the next 6
  3. Hey I am 28 weight 11 stone 11 pound and I have a fitness test for university on the 23rd of June. In the fitness test I have to be able to lift and hold two 16 kg weights for one minute. Lift 10 kg and while walking up a set speeding up for 2 minutes then do 2 cycles of cpr.then lift 16 kg weights and do the step for another 2 minutes. I have two weights at home to add up to 20 kg. I can't afford to join the gym. Can anybody help me with a plan to reach my goal ? Thanks Jay
  4. Hello all who read this, I'm really excited to be able to meet all of you. Every now and then I have delved into the resources of Nerd Fitness and found inspiration in the dense content on self-development and strengthening. I want to be a rebel too. When it comes to training, my favorite exercises are pullups, push-ups, barbell lifts and bench presses. I like to run too, especially in large parks with hills. I am interested in the psychological effects of such activity. In my short life I've gone from the depths of crippling fear and anxiety to pure glory, and wavered in between. I expect
  5. Hi! I'm Nicolaj, kuno is my middle name. I live in Denmark (just north of Germany). I've recently turned 18 years old, and thus I have decided that my life I need to change. I have been working out all summer, but to no prevail. I still weigh exactly the same as I did when I started; 77,1 kg(~170 pounds), and with a bodyfat % of about 20% I'm not exactly satisfied with my body! I'm 174 cm tall(~5'8"). As I've not got a TON of spare time, I'm very intriuged by bodyweight exercises, and stuff that can be done at home. I've all ready decided that I want/need to start a paleo diet, but like with
  6. Wordbomb incoming, take cover! Hello, sort-of new guy here! As you might be able to tell by my profile stats, I'm not exactly the newest recruit here, but working from the basis that it's never too late to introduce yourself, here goes! I am a 19 year old (soon to be 20), perpetually skinny guy, who could, and perhaps still can, eat anything he wants, without gaining any weight (you know the type). I'm probably still the local gamba eating champion in some town in the Netherlands (can't remember if my parents made my quit when I reached the mid thirties of forties, but the desert was good
  7. Hi Everyone! I just moved to Houston for studies. For a long time I’ve wanted to something for me, and me alone, something that would make me feel good with myself. I started working out in January, but things happened that made me stop. Now that I’m in a new chapter in my life I feel it is the right time. I have been searching the web for some good workouts for me, I’m a 21 year old, 6’2â€, 165lb guy, and I found this place! Everything looks amazing and what I like it that it’s not a book with routine, but more like a class. What I would like to now is your opinion people, will t
  8. Hello. My name is Barney. I'm simple guy. I like a good row, and I love a good question. I've been fighting since I could throw a punch, never very good with systems unfortunately. I am currently working out 3-4 days out of the week just to stay in shape. Not sure where I'm going but the best place to look, I figure, is amongst interesting people, so I am here. I prefer straight forwardness, so I have left this as a draft of some things I wanted to share. P.S. The title is a Hemingway quote. V/r BLat
  9. Hi there! I just wanted to say hi and to present myself. First of all, let me tell that I love the idea of nerds gathering together in order to get fitter. We, nerds, need to get convinced that to be fit and to be nerd are two complete compatible things. Congratulations to Steve for creating that wonderful idea! Secondly, let me introduce myself: I’m Spanish, but I live between Switzerland and Chicago because of my PhD (in HE physics, fyi). I’ve been overweight since I’m like 5yo. I become obese (i.e. BMI > 30) when I moved out from my parents when I was 21 and now I’m tryi
  10. I have always thought i've been overweight. In high school I was 5' 8" 185 I could run 4-6 miles and was a lineman on the football team. I had no real definable shape except in my legs but I still saw myself as heavy. Here comes college and WOW. Here come the lbs. Beer, Pizza, wings, more beer, more pizza, more crap food, I finally did get heavy. I'm coming to you know 5'10" 279 lbs. I'm still very stout and can move/pick up about anything that gets in my way (I just can't pack it very far) I have started eating Paleo and have been subscribed to reddit.com/r/paleo and Marks Daily
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