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  1. Summary for the quick reader: Likes: pull / push / bend Tools: body weight, parallettes, (aerial silks), ball Epic quest: complete GMB Parallettes 2 (P2) Big move coming up at the end of this challenge as some of you already know... I sure hope we (me + husband + cat) will be landing on our feet. That is sort of the feeling. In the meantime, we still have a lot to do. Minimalistic challenge because I have enough on my plate really. Same ol' goals Consistency as boring as it gets probably but I'm kinda apprecia
  2. I am sick so this is a super rough draft of this until I am feeling less like death. DAMN YOU IMMUNE SYSTEM AND STUPID SINUSES! Going for something like: Goals: GOAL 1- STRENGTH Strength training at least 3x per week! this can be bodyweight training, aerial, or lifting. OPTIONS, YO. (Want to get in pull work, push work, core work, and SQUATS because I have been neglecting squats and push lately since I no longer work with a powerlifting trainer who makes me do this stuff. And I actually LIKE push ups, so that should be easy to make my
  3. Still figuring out specific goals for this next round. Please entertain yourself with this for now! NOW UPDATED! NOW WITH ACTUAL CHALLENGE GOALS!! It should be of little surprise to anyone who has followed me on here for any amount of time that I keep a full plate... PLATES!! of things to do at all times. Sometimes I end up feeling I have that one too many plates stacked and I get super stressed out and overwhelmed. An excellent example -- this week would have been nuts anyway, but then LIFE HAD TO GO AND HAPPEN and someone hit my parked car la
  4. So today I pulled 255# for 5 reps. I'm still getting newb gains, so hopefully this will go up another 10lbs next Wednesday. So this is less of a woot about the weight I pulled, but more so a woot for having the NF community. Its great posting things like this accomplishment in my battle log or here. My non lifting friends IRL, which are all of my friends IRL, have no clue or appreciation for how much work, effort, pain, and joy goes into going from deadlifting 95# and now pulling 255# and why I was so excited about this... So simply put, you guys are awesome.
  5. Hello everybody, I switched from weights to bodyweight 2 months ago and this is my push/pull-like split workout program. Maybe not 100% push/pull routine, but more or less functions the same. I appreciate your comments and I also recommend this to any intermediate-advanced bodyweight athletes. Beginners can also do this routine with regressed versions of the exercises. My references and inspirations for this program include Al Kavadlo, Paul Wade, Mike Fitch and Bruce Lee : ) The idea is that pulling movements facilitates back, side/rear delts, biceps and forearm muscles, whereas push movem
  6. Hey guys I'm trying to build up a routine, but importantly I need a good warmup and something to work on my ankle and hip mobility/strength. I follow the progressions from El Diablo's website, it's definitely been working. Previous routine: Dynamic Stretching Deadlift - 3x6 Squat - 3x4-8 Pullups - 3x4-8 Handstand Pushups - 3x4-8 (Basically begins with pike upshups) Leg Raises - 3x4-8 Pushup/Dips - 3x4-8 Rows - 3x4-8 Planks - 2sets (Cardio - though I did it rarely) Static Stretching Here's what I was thinking of doing now ~ Warmup: Dynamic Stretching Standing on one leg Balance - 3sets ea
  7. 1. Lower-body emphasis in strength training: 3-4 days/week 2. Stability and mobility work from Wild Geese Fitness: Daily 3. PCC-inspired recovery days (20 minutes animal flows, rolling, stretches): 2+ times/week 4. Read (For pleasure and edX class): Minimum 10 minutes/day
  8. Mini-challenge #1: A difficult choice The well known light was surrounding them all before fading away slowly. Blinking to regain their full sight, the Assassins started evaluating their new environment. No talking frogs or stranded mermaid this time, no forest or beach, actually there was nothing but an empty room. Well, almost empty. It is true that there were no windows, no furniture and (the most worrying part) no door to be seen. Just plain metallic walls all around them. But in the exact center of the room, the Assassins could see a lever. In a silent agreement, the group separated to
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