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  1. Team RWBY can only have 4 members (so they kicked me out) and the Overwatch team was way too demanding (so I left). I've been feeling like a teenager with no direction and extreme laziness, so maybe training with a bunch of teenagers will be better for me this month. Beast Boy - Health At dinner, half of the plate consists of veggies. (Weekdays) Bonus Points: Snack on fruit instead of Cheez-itz Link for tracking progress. Robin - Agility Stretch for the splits (both legs) everyday, except Friday and Sunday Raven - Thought
  2. So, it's been awhile since my last challenge. Over the summer break I have gotten settled into my new house, got married, went on a honeymoon, and gotten off track with my fitness. Now that summer is ending it is time to get back on track and (sadly) it's time to get back to school. Goal: Lose 12 lbs over the course of this challenge. Quests Mathematics: I will have to practice my counting everyday. Particularly, I will be counting my calories and logging them into Lose It! Drivers Ed: I will have to study driving past fast food rest
  3. I sets some goals for the last challenge: MAIN QUEST: Reconstruction: I have successfully torn down the ragged, bloated body I sported 6 months ago. I've become a svelter (I love that word!) more streamlined version of myself before, with an ability to run around 4 times further than I've ever done before. What I have not gained back yet is my former definition and horsepower. So, now that I've lost the weight and restored the frame, it's time to work on the body, while still keeping my cardio in check to run the Super Spartan in Wintergreen, VA on August 24th. Three goals: I want my S
  4. In continuation of the last challenge thread. See also how it began. TL;DR version at the bottom. Book 4 – Prologue "Enjoy your stay.", the jailer said as he locked the door behind me. And, as he walked away, he added "Hehe… this never gets old." I looked around. Everything in here just screamed "prison cell". Grey walls, a bunk, a basin and a toilet, all of which looked like they hadn't been cleaned in years. Yep, this definitely was a prison cell if anything. Which really was quite fine… …except that I wasn't supposed to be in prison, I was supposed to be in an asylum! And heck, I wa
  5. The Story Thus Far... The orc sat in the cave he called home. He could not help but sigh as he contemplated his fate. Though he had no memory of being in the perfect shape, he knew that it was not that long ago that his life was better. There was once a day when the only threat to his life were bandits and mercenaries. Now, his own body was threatening to dispose of him. He weighed more than twice the size of his father before him. He knew that his fate rested in his own hands. But the excess weight made him tired. And his fatigue only served to keep him from abandoning the ever-present weight
  6. In which M, a.k.a. the 13th letter, puts the disappointments of the predecing challenge #3 (the “pastâ€) behind himself and strives to re-reach the state of sanity he experienced during the better days of challenges #1 and #2 (the “golden daysâ€). Specifically, while the past went markedly different than the golden days, there is one striking difference between them: I actually had a semblance of a timetable. I was a student during the golden days, and just before the past, I transitioned to unemployed, obliterating whatever shards of a timetable I had left. And now, without any structure
  7. Okay! So I did not anticipate the move to college would be as difficult and time-consuming as it actually was, and I got off track, and my last challenge failed. I've technically participated in a challenge before, but since I failed utterly and completely, I'm back on the beginner's circuit looking for redemption. Main Goal: Get into a healthier daily routine. I'm not asking much, just a little more health in my life. Goal 1: Run a mile, every day. Simple and succinct. I got off track with my 5k running practice last challenge, and now I feel horrible (haven't run in like two weeks an
  8. I'm tired of being a punching bag and dealing with all the tool bags who think they can pick on me because I'm the little guy. So I'm going to join the assassins and redeem myself by completing the regiment and not getting pushed around and winning her back.
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