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Introduction: Hi everyone, I'm Daxonichely (or simply daxon), I'm a 25 yr. old home programmer from Queretaro, Mexico, I weight 90kg (about 200lbs) and measure 180 cm (little bit under 6ft tall). I used to do sport when I was younger, but school over the years kept me out of it for so long now. Nevertheless, I run 10k's in about 1hr but I feel a little less than agile, so I would like to get my life back on the track. Main quest: Run a 10k under 53min and loose at least 5k Missions: Mission 1: Do a 4 days a week workout both running and strength. The running workout should led me to run the October 5th Queretaro's 10k under 54min (Running schedule by gipis [here] and the Begginer strength workout from NF) Evaluation: Percentage of workouts from the schedule. Strength evaluated by how many reps of the workout I do by the end (no heroes here. Should report progressive results) (4 full and well reps for A, 3 full reps for B, less than 3 well executed reps for C) Mission 2: Sleep everyday from 7-8 hours. This meaning Sleeping by 6:30 to go exercise by 7, and work from 10:00 to 20:00 tops so I sleep by 23:00 tops. Evaluation: Average time slept (AvgTS) > 7 hrs = A; AvgTS > 6 hrs = B; AvgTS < 6 hrs = C. Mission 3: Learn good working habits. This means working in non-stop, no distraction 2hrs blocs a total of 8 hrs daily taking a 2hrs time to eat. Evaluation: Average hours and daily report. Bonus points: Going to work at the library instead of the house (bike ride opportunity!).Life quest: I love photography, so I got a quite nice DSLR last Christmas. I would like to take it once a week and wander for a while looking for some good pics. I would like to have a nice personalized calendar to begin 2015. Motivation: I'm tired of my boring life. Sure I like my job, but I want to be able to answer when someone asks "What have you been doing?" something more interesting than "Just the usual...", but in order to do so, I must be prepared, physically and mentally, so this challenge is just the beginning. Getting healthier and easier at job would give me time to do other stuff too.