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  1. Hello There, I started in NF a month ago and just finished my First Challenge. It was a blast and a great way to get accountability for your efforts. Now, I want to be part of the Adventurers and create more connections inside NF while we go on this journey. My main goal (First long-term goal at the moment) is to lose 110 pounds and reach 200 pounds. I have a lot of ideas for my quests to keep it interesting. Well, I'm a newbie but I love to research and compare info to gather the best advice possible. If I can help with anything, you have my support. (But please have
  2. I'm in the middle of the Level up your life book now. Its been really helpful in a crazy time. I'm joining the forum to meet other people trying to level up and hopefully find friends and support to. Short background: I've been building a company for the last 8 years only to find myself painting myself into a corner of a life I don't want. My partners a jerk, I sit at a desk all day and I can't live my own life. The sad part is I've known this for maybe the last 4 years but haven't been able to find my way out of it. Two weeks ago I told my partners I was leaving, I wanted to sell
  3. Hello everyone, Where do I begin? This is probably the saddest I've ever been in my life. An artist and entrepreneur who has had mild success but hasn't reached a consistent revenue stream yet. Somehow I still managed to fall in love and find the woman of my dreams. At the moment of writing this post I have a negative balance in my bank account. I weigh the most I have ever weighed in my life with a nice high body fat percentage to go with it. I'm extremely out of shape. This time last year I was hitting the gym 6 days a week. I did it for almost 8 months straight. Then I landed a "dream job
  4. So... I guess hello is a good place to start. As the topic title suggests, I've taken step one. I'm here and I've come to accept that I need help. I feel this is a positive step forward for me, since I'm usually the "do it all myself" kind of person. This has caused a big problem for me. I'm not the kind of person to dump my issues out into the open but in the interest of accountability I feel I need to. (Prepare for flashback in 3, 2, 1...) About seven years ago I finally decided I had enough with my weight issues, and with my future-husband going on a sixteen month deployment I decided to
  5. Hi all. Last year, around this time, I started on the path to improving my physical fitness as a means to improving my mental health. I made dietary changes (particularly, cutting out Energy Drinks) and did some basic bodyweight exercises (based around the Angry Birds plan) I was/am literally at the peak of fitness in my life - more so than when I wrestled, or when I played American Football. So I reached a point I was happy with and then... Stopped. For one, while I enjoy the results, I find working out itself ultimately leaves me feeling empty. At first I could burn through the exerci
  6. Hello to everybody, I've just signed up, after a few days of coming and going through the website and the forums. I think you've build an awesome community and I hope I will learn a lot from you all. I'm ready to start a big work, which consists of several parts: putting on weight, strengthening myself, beating anxiety and more. I'll be starting soon a battle log to keep track of my progress and I will thank any help and support as I am thrilled by this new stage but also scared of not achieving my goals. I hope to talk to you soon
  7. Hello all! I am IronAegis, and this is my first time posting to the Nerd Fitness forums, although I've been reading for a few months now. I loved the idea of a 6 week challenge and though I'd throw my hat into the ring for this one to spice things up a bit. Pictures and other fluff to come, but I wanted to at least get my post up. A Little About Me Well, for starters, I turned 30 this year, and in anticipation of this event, I decided to make a big push. I, like oh-so-many individuals, made a New Year's resolution to eat better and get back into shape. I did come up with a plan, worked tow
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