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  1. Well this is it. Since joining this awesome community back in January I have finally reached my final challenge of the year, and my final challenge before going on a medical hiatus. Since I will need to be taking a break next month I am going to give it my all to complete the remainder of my year-end goals in the next 4-weeks. So without further ado... Quest Challenges Wim Hof Meditation(10 Minutes a day for 30 days) Attend a Yoga Class Attend an Akido Class No drinkable calories Quest Master* Quests
  2. HELP! I cannot seem to think of any quests to create for myself. I need some suggestions! I am a 6'5" 293 lb man who needs to stop eating like an 11-year-old. I want to be more outgoing, maybe even go on a date. I currently sing karaoke and do magic tricks on the weekends. But I need some self-accountability. Please help this noob?
  3. G'Day all my fellow rangers, I'm back for another 4-week challenge! Last month was a bit of a hectic one, and as a result, I found myself in a pretty unorganized time in my life. I didn't do so well in my last challenge and I want to bring myself back into a disciplined lifestyle. So for this challenge, I'll be focusing on sticking to good habits and building a solid routine. Quest Challenges Post to Photo Journal Every Day Been using my photo journal as motivation for taking on new adventures and challenges. Want to get back into doing it regularly Meditate 10 min
  4. Hey, I just started with the modules today. Can anyone give advice regarding the order of completing quests on the modules in nfacademy. Should I be finishing all the mindest quests first or should I start on Nutrition and Workouts too? Thanks for any responses
  5. I'm just starting this new adventure...a bit ill-prepared...but no time to start like the present, eh? So, here I am...jumping into this challenge (head first). Here are my goals/quests. 1.(diet) Drop down to 3 glasses of pop/soda per week. Yes, I said "week" because I dropped it down to one a day...and it's slowly progressed in the worst way...I'm drinking at least 1-2 glasses a day. It used to be a lot worse... 2. (diet) Eat more veggies and fruit. Kind of sound a little big...but I do try to eat at least 1 veggie with supper everynight. I'd l
  6. I recently finished Level Up Your Life and absolutely loved it. I am already putting a lot of the concepts to work in my life, but one thing I am struggling with is the actual composition of quests. I have plenty of things I would like to accomplish, but I feel like I am missing something in terms of how to actually format/ break down the quests into steps. I guess some specific questions would be: What format have you used to help you track quests and levels? How deep do you go with your quests? Do you work your way back from Level 50 step by st
  7. I have found myself getting lost in all the quests. "Keep a sleep journal!" "Drink x amount of water every day!" "Clean out your closet!" "Eat this and this and stop eating this for Level 3 Nutrition!" How do you guys keep all this stuff straight? I'm looking for a way to look at all of my ongoing quests at once, without flipping through pages of my journal. Thanks, Rebels!
  8. In the spirit of the book Level up your Life, this group is aimed at engineering our characters, stories, and epic quest lines. (And whatever other direction we might like to go.) This group was originally created by @SnowOwl! And for my first inspirational quote ever posted to the boards...
  9. Hello, Someone pick a quest for me (off of my list) and I'll log my progress here in this thread. Must be a 5-25 XP quest. My list can be found here: https://www.nerdfitness.com/character/61202/
  10. This challenge I'm beginning an IRL quest. I've got a coworker who invited me to join a group she's starting at the end of January to prepare for and ultimately run a half-marathon in April (IIRC), and I said, sure, what better way to push myself in the spirit of the Assassins? Thing is, the furthest I've ever run is ~6.2 miles (~10km). A half-marathon is ~13.1 miles (~21km), more than twice my furthest distance ever, and after the holidays I'm a little extra out of shape. On top of that, I packed on around 10lbs over the last 2 months or so; gotta get rid of that holiday weight! So here a
  11. Hello, my name is Rachel! I am not new to fitness but am very new to Nerd Fitness. I had been striving for a healthier lifestyle ever since I graduated college back in July 2013. At my heaviest I was 293 lbs. I had been able to lose about 30 of those lbs. when I started working again. I recently changed jobs that is not as active as my last one and gained about 10 of those pounds back. But, I caught myself and started to eat conscientiously and have so far stagnated at about 274 lbs. I am currently walking, kettlebell training, and some body weight training. I wanted to join the rebelli
  12. Hi everyone, I'm starting my second challenge now, the first was a reasonable success, even though I'm always harsh on myself. http://rebellion.nerdfitness.com/index.php?/topic/62304-better-very-very-late-than-never/ A little background, I decided to start worrying about fitness at the start of August 2014, since I was quite significantly overweight weighing about 95kg (210 pounds). I'm 6'3 tall, so that was quite overweight. In the next six weeks, I lost 10kg by eating less (but very badly) and working out almost every day doing relatively low intensity cardio workouts. From mid-Sept
  13. ok so i'm fairly new here, hadn't gotten completely into the swing of everything on the website so i'm gonna start here main quest to become strong, fast and coordinated enough to play Slamball - doing the beginner workout at least 4 times a week - go back to a mostly vegan diet (did it before and loved it) - get 8 hours of sleep a night life quest to finish the bible for my rpg video game and pitch it to a studio - write one page a day - painting one scene a day - make mutually beneficial relationships and connections with a minimum of 5 other skilled artists and designers motivatio
  14. I like vegetables but I don't eat vegetable because I get busy and eat things like bread and random bits from the fridge while running around like a maniac. So today I'm joining up with the Rebellion and committing to my first 6 week challenge. I've been reading and enjoying the Nerd Fitness blog for awhile, so it seems like it's about time to take the leap. Here are my various quest-y maunderings... Main Quest (Started Jan. 10, 2014) To lose 10 lbs and build muscle. 3 Side Quests 1. BBW 3 times a week 2. Drink 4 glasses of H20 per day 3. Eat 4 servings of fruits and vegetables per d
  15. I'm so tired of making it a week or two into a new challenge or project or habit or whatever and something comes up and derails it. It might be a legitimate problem that I can't adapt my new routine to, but usually it's more of an incredibly tiny puncture in my puffed up sense of commitment and dedication that instead of easily patching I start playing with until it rips wide open and everything falls apart. (As I write I've been picturing a deflating bouncy castle for some reason). So here we go: for the thousandth time, I am setting goals and am full of motivation and passion to see them
  16. My biggest problem up until I joined Nerd Fitness was that with just about everything else in life, I had an immediate gratification for nearly every action, and especially in video games. Every time you completed even a basic task, you could see that it was impacting your experience, stats, or both. And then I read one of the articles on here, I forget which, where the phrase, "Level up your life," came into my dictionary. And I wanted to know why it wasn't that simple. Why couldn't I gain experience points every time I did a half hour of intense martial arts training? Why didn't I have a str
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