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  1. Last challenge I committed to completely giving up alcohol. I was successful in this endeavor (as well as my other goals), and found a new appreciation for all the benefits that come with not being a regular drinker. I have decided to continue this goal, in the hopes it will be the keystone to my overarching effort: In the past few challenges, I have focused on improving my diet and working out consistently. I am now at the point where I have a solid foundation of recipes I enjoy meal prepping and consuming, and a workout routine that I both enjoy and innately push to see progres
  2. Last challenge was easy peasy. This one is going to be a stretch (literally and figuratively). I've started a calorie cut and my goals are surrounding making the most of the calorie cut by adding in a focus on removing alcohol and improving sleep. I'm keeping the calorie cut short and really want to maximize my efforts. Fitness/Health Oriented Goals: 1) No Alcohol - I'm considering allowing a small 1 to 2 drink exception for fathers day and fourth of July, but I haven't decided for sure yet. My husband is also dropping alcohol so that should help. Why: Alcohol
  3. Happy New Year Nerds!!!! I am so excited about 2016. 2015 was an amazing year for me, I went to Camp Nerd Fitness and it really reshaped the way I view my life, my goals and fitness. I also was luckily enough to join an amazing team of Ranger Ambassador’s on the boards here and get more involved in NF which I am really enjoying. I finally started power lifting, something I’ve been working up to basically since I joined NF via body weights and dumbbells. Real world related, I went to Alaska and got a new cat. I got engaged. My fiancé and I got our own place when our roommates moved
  4. I dropped out last challenge. Nothing to talk around it. This time I will do way easier goals: 1. No Booze for 42 days (Joker for October 11th.... the wedding of my uncle) win/lose (+ 1 CON) 2. Work up to do "guy" push ups (+5 STR) http://www.nerdfitness.com/blog/2011/02/15/proper-push-up/ Goal is doing at least one proper push-up at the end of the challenge. So it's a win/lose goal but the goal is still passed (with a bad grade) if I can do at least 4 sets of 5 knee pushups. 3. Leave the house every day... even if it's just a 10 min walk - 42 points (+5 STA) 4. Wear my glasses: week 1 a
  5. Race: White GuyClass: Ranger Goals:-100 x1.5pood kettlebell swings Clench your glutes! STA + 3 STR +1-350 lb deadlift x2 STR +4-Run 1 mile (trail likely in fivefingers) - In Montana for 10 days, will work on this there. STA +3-No beer/wine CON +2-Remove at least 100 things from my house and keep track. WIS +2 The kettlebell swing does a lot of awesome things. Great core workout, you have to keep everything tight so you don't hurt yourself. Great cardio from the pop and repetitive motion. And allows you to toss things, like dwarves, a little easier. (I'm at about 20 swings with 1.5pood) Th
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