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  1. May Challenge. Language and content warning ahead, it’s been a tough year so far and my filter is off for this Yasha-pool challenge. You’ve been warned. This challenge my accountabillibuddy is Wolfie! (Goddamit man, what is your tag? I don't have time to sift through the millions of wolf-related usernames)... We're kicking each other's arses into gear to take back 2018 as a year of awesome instead of a year of suck. Cut the shit (decluttering): It is possible that my sister may move in with us if she comes to study. If she does the whole spare/study/nerd roo
  2. Going Slow-Carb, that is. This challenge I'm gonna switch to the slow carb diet as lain out by Tim Ferris in the 4-hour-body. Basic gidelines go like this. Is not to different from Paleo, except for it's mandatory cheat day. I'm really curious of how it will turn out, especially the damage control part; since I have cheat meals every weekend anyway it seems like a good idea to plan it in advance and lessen the damage through bodyhacking. If it turns out a terrible scam or something, I'll switch back to paleo and hopefully have nothing to regret. My exercise goal is the same as
  3. I know there are a lot of members of the rebellion also trying to save money, but we don't always need a individual threads for support. I thought a simple idea to support each other would be to start a running thread of "things we didn't buy today". Items you wanted to buy, but didn't for the sake of saving money or simply being frugal. I would have put this in the other forum but it wouldn't get seen there as much. We all have individual reasons (paying off debt, saving up an emergency fund, saving for retirement or a vacation, etc) but what we all have in common is bei
  4. In honor of the new season of Its Always Sunny In Philadelphia starting this month I decided to do my theme based on my favorite show! Juggernaut 3x a week If I hope to one day be like the Golden God Dennis then I have to keep up my lifting. First Goal is to finish out strong with the Juggernaut program that I have been following. I am on my last phase and I want to finish strong. Yoga 2x a week I want to get some awesome moves and flexibility just like Sweet Dee. I want to keep working on my flexibility an
  5. So, Feb. 2 was Imbolc, which is a holiday that celebrates the growing strength of the sun (after Yule, which is the shortest day of the year) and the first "milk" of the coming spring (when ewes and goats have their first young). This is a special holiday for Brigid (equivalent to the Christian St. Bridgette), who is a poet, healer, and blacksmith (and also the inventor of beer). Hence, the title for the quest - I worked my goals into a ritual to give myself a bit more motivation and strength for this challenge. Here are my goals for this challenge: Part 1: Physical Health (76 points) Exer
  6. This is my 14th challenge here at Nerd Fitness. You would think I'd have it all together by now and not need to continue to plan my life around every 6 week period of the year. However I know damn well that the moment I stop gamifying my life by participating in these challenges will be the moment I drop everything and revert back to the fast-food loving, couch-surfing lump of flesh I was nearly two years ago. Quick recap for those of you who haven't seen me around - I am a 24 year old human of the female variety living on the southern coast of Western Australia (that's in Australia!) wo
  7. Hi Everyone. (feel free to scroll to the bottom for the real goals) Time for a proper introduction. I've previously posted in the Assassin's forum but this challenge isn't very assassin-y and I probably need a but of a focus reset. My real name is Diana - I'm coming up on the big quarter century in January next year and to be honest I'm having a bit of a freak out. I've kinda been floating along through life mildly successfully but not overly. Early last year I changed jobs and immediately went backwards in kinda everything - my health started to get worse; i started yoyoing with my weight
  8. Hello! So here I am, officially starting my first challenge at NerdFitness. I'm so excited to join this community and really have a sincere plan and people to help support me in achieving it! Since I'm brand spankin' new, I'm super open to any suggestions or ideas you might have -- feel free to jump in anywhere. My overall 'life' goals are to just be healthier and happier, so I've put together a few things to make that happen. I'm a bit forgetful, so having a system like this is really attractive to me. For now, the only statistic I have is my weight -- I don't even own a scale, so I che
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