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  1. "Suiting up" Hiya, guys! Here's my challenge for the next four weeks! I'm really excited to check in and update as and when I can, and to keep up to tabs on other peoples'! I'm a workaholic and often let my dedication to my job override basic things like eating, sleeping and more. My main goals this month are going to be to navigate my new promotion (yay! Lets nerf this ♡✧ Mission 1: "Check me out, securing the point!" Navigate the first four weeks of my promotion at work ♡ Have quiet TLC time at least x3 work-nights a week. This could be as sm
  2. Halp! I kind of got drunk and punched a floor pretending to be the Incredible Hulk, and now my pinkie finger doesn't really work. Not broken, should heal fine, but it's been nearly a week since I last went to the gym (haven't been able to lift things with that hand) and I do not want to lose strength! Any advice on upper body lifting I can do that either doesn't involve using hands, or... er... can be done with just your thumb and first two/three fingers? Would just continue my dumbbell routine with one arm until it heals, but not sure how long that'll take and I don't want to end up l
  3. Okay. I don't have a video because I didn't bring my phone to the gym, but I tried my first "heavy" squats today since my SI joint problems earlier in the year. Heavy = 135. My back has been bothering me a little over the past few days but it hasn't been terrible. Now it's terrible, even though I did lots of PT stuff before and in between my sets. Anyway. Obviously I 1. should not have squatted today, and/or 2. should not have squatted that heavy. I did notice some form issues though. I definitely did a little bit of a squat-morning. My right knee has a tendency to cave in. This is not
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