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  1. Greetings fellow Nerd Rebels! I'm Trydus, I'm new here to Nerd Fitness (well, new as in the first time posting, anyway). I think what the NF team built is amazing, and the community, extraordinary. Here I'm thinking "There's a place where there are a bunch of awesome nerds who want to be fit and more awesome too?! Count me in!!" A little history behind me: I've been on somewhat of a fitness journey for a while. I've been off and on Paleo and exercise routines for a couple of years, never deciding to fully commit to it until the beginning of this year, where some of my coworkers chall
  2. I am a recent transplant to the south because I'm finally going back to work! I had a baby a couple of years ago - I gained a small amount of baby weight, lost it all plus some after the baby was born, and then gained it all back plus another 10 lbs over the last year and a half. It's time for it to go. I'm currently 5'6", 194 lbs (I started at 204 - I've already lost 10...yay!). I recently switched to a 90%ish Paleo diet, with a bit of cheese thrown in here and there. I also did the CrossFit Foundations course at my local box, and joined tonight. I'm super excited, because it's a lot of fun
  3. Main Quest: Ready myself for the races. Run twice a week. I have four races coming up this year. I am actually doing well, all things considered. I haven’t run since January, and since October before that, and I was able to kill a mile in 13:41. My best yet. The goal is to keep training. I want to see a 13 minute mile, straight by the end of the season! (2 points per run) T25 6 days a week. A huge factor in my motivation lately has been the progress I’ve seen with Focus T25. I’m down in inches, I’m down in weight, and I’m feeling pretty stellar. The goal here is to keep that motiv
  4. The next six weeks are going to be CRAZY. My last day teaching (and working 70 hours a week at two jobs) is tomorrow, which means that I'll be back to working one job (yay normal life!). Then, on June 24th, I am moving to Tanzania for the next two years. Cue chaos. Amidst the chaos and the move and the culture stress bound to ensue, I want to keep in reasonable shape. But I realize that any complex or time-consuming goals simply won't happen. Thus, simple goals. 1). Stick with something I already do. Commute by bicycle to work at least twice a week. 2). Get back on track. Do a simple bo
  5. So, I'm new here and this is my first challenge (eeeeek!) I've been doing a mini-challenge with my Mr for the first half of April, where we've been eating about 70% paleo and making an effort to get more active BUT I need to set myself some personal goals to kick my ass into a few better habits and levelling up my life! My current stats are thus: Height: 162cm/5'3.5" Weight: 78kg/172lbs Vitals: 96-76-104cm/38-30-41 STR- 2 | DEX-3 | STA-3 | CON-1 | WIS-3 | CHA-3 I want to lose some weight, but also tone up a lot and get generally fitter. Basically I see this as a habit-forming exerc
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