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Here we are yet again. However this time focus on health, looking fantastic and shifting weight not just from my arse but shifting of the ground and lifting it on my shoulders. So far this year I have sucked at keeping even the basics going and we haven't even finished January! My birthday is on Monday, I will be 44 years of age and I have decided I will give it my all for the next twelve months because when I hit 45 I want to be a fucking machine! So the plan for 2015 is going to look like this: Paleo all the way! Juicing and having it on hand so temptation is quickly quelled. Keeping my vitamins and mineral intake up and taking that multi every-fucking-day. Drink all the water! Just being more aware of diet and fuck the calorie counting. Stronglifts because how I love thee. When/if I stall this year move onto an intermediate lifting plan like mad cow or something similar. Find a trainer and get some coaching at least once every couple months. Stop over analysing my lifts, I really did lose my shit when I started trying to break every lift down to micro movements and lost the love. New Rules of Lifting for Women is going to provide my accessory lifts and when/if I get bored or finish I will do Blaha's Ice Cream workouts. Walk the track every day! Don't lose focus! I have 12 months. However my first goal is to start lifting on my birthday and weigh and measure, I will weigh and measure again on the 2nd of April. I will work hard to drop my body fat percentage and lose at least 6 kilo. I will let my hair grow and get a proper cut and colour by the 2nd of March. 2015 is going to be my bitch!
hi, my name is fearless and im a former scout. im injured ( chronically inflamed achilles tendons) and can't run. also i have a barbell i really want to learn to use. in this challenge i want to develop a couple of new habits. i will add something new every week to complete my goals and change things slowly. i don't have a clue about lifting and am scared shitless of eating primal. still, i have a name to live up to! goals: main quest: lardbusting. eat primal six out of seven days a week by the end of this challenge lose 5% body fat and get down to 38%learn to do a beginner lifting routine ( based on the book "new rules of lifting for women") and install the habit of doing this 3x/week. track every workout.work on my book project for 12 hours a week. week 0 will be moving flat on thursday therefore have to improvise a bit. get as much knowledge as you can about primal eating and lifting go shopping and fill fridge in new flat with real food eat 5 primal meals this week no more sugar make a before photo, measure yourself and get your body fat measured at a drugstore post food diary every day will add more later...