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  1. Hello!! I'm starting the next 4 week challenge a bit late, but I'm here! My goals for this challenge will be: -Doing yoga for at least 10 minutes every day -Walking outside 3 times per week -Doing meditation or Tai chi 2 times per week for 15 minutes I've been doing a lot of kettlebell workouts for the last few years, which I love, however, I just had my second baby and I feel like focusing more on grounding and connecting to my body/breath and slowing down/staying present are what I have been craving physically and mentally in the three months sin
  2. Hi Nerds! I am "BOT" aka BackOnTrack, a Rebel with a cause. I am a 44, Mama of 2 nerdboys, married 23 years to the biggest Nerd I could catch. We live in a small country town in Colorado, a rural gem. I have never been more content and grateful for my bliss and looking to level up life a bit. My big why am I here at NF? To make some of my flubby blubber vanish, and vanish for good. I am taking the low carb route 'again'. I do like to work out in so many different ways. My consistent downfall; lack of consistency, and life's little distractio
  3. Okay I have to say that I have accomplished a lot of things that I did not know I a the ability to do after "all to define is to limit" I was able to start exercising more I lost 30lb/15.6kg and finally truly embrace this journey that I am on. But I still want to keep this going as I start to fully accept the person that I am. With that being said I want try to kick it up just a little more to start the new year. Diet/ Fitness Quest: I want to work at least 10-15 minutes a day Eat a serving Vegetables at every meal Minimize soda consumption by start with no more tha
  4. Greetings humans. I am Optimus Prime. I have witnessed many humans accomplish great things and show exception strength. So it is now time for I, the leader of the Autobots, to undertake a similar journey. I've been working out for a while now but I'm tired of all the bros and meatheads. I wanted to find more nerdy/geeky fitness people so that's how I found NF! My main quest for this 4 week period is the Russian Fighter Pull Up Program for 30 days. https://www.strongfirst.com/the-fighter-pullup-program-revisited/ The way it works is that
  5. Hey, to everyone here. As the progress one I am trying to maintain the focus on things that I tried to do in the past but failed a see through to the end. One of those things is my health and focus on journey to become a better version of myself. With that being said I am ready to be more focused on this challenge than before. So here are my Quest to complete during the next 4 weeks: Fitness/Health Quest Only have dessert one per week. I have realized that over the past few years I have indulged to much at work and with friend. Which has lead me to not work o
  6. Greetings fellow Rangers! This will be my first challenge in the Rangers guild, and I am so super stoked to get started and crush my goals. My previous challenge was in the Warriors guild where I concentrated mainly on strength, but I would like to broaden myself during this challenge and really push myself to the next level. I feel like I am ready to take on this strenuous quest where I will be faced with a daily challenge to reach my ultimate goals and defeat the demons that lurk within my body. I will fight and burn the caloric lunatics who re-spawns them
  7. Greetings from Arcelas the n00b! If you are reading this right now, it means I have successfully posted it. 2018 (The year we all become murlocs) Quests 4 Week Challenge Quests: Quest Line: Lose 59 lbs. Hit my daily step goal of 10000 steps. 5000 the first week, then add 1666.66 (repeating of course) steps each week until 10000 is reached Quest Line: Get Out of Debt Cook as many meals on Saturday and Sunday as possible to reduce dining out spending by 50% (dropping from $220/mo to $110/mo) Quest Line: Become Much Better At Magic
  8. I am Arcelas! I used to spam /yell this in WoW after every kill or successful herb gather. Now I plan to yell it while cars and guys in wheelchairs go whizzing by as I go for my daily walks. When the Taco Bell beckons like a dude outside a nudie bar in Vegas, I will resist the temptation. So welcome to the Starting Zone of my journey to get to level 60. (There is no level 110 lol) Main Quest: Lose 50lbs! 12/10/17 Starting weight 293 lbs Go from drinking a 2 liter every other day to only drinking one 12oz soda on Thursday wi
  9. So I think that the next big step to leveling up every aspect of my life right now, is developing consistency. I am not proud of it but I am a total flake. I cancle on people ALL THE TIME! I want to be where I say I'll be, when I say I'll be there, having done what I said I'd do. that sounds like a quote I picked up somewhere but I cannot recall where I heard/saw it. I almost think it may have been last challenge round on someone elses thread. Sorry for not crediting you whoever you were. Be where I say I'll be,: I tend to have great intentions and make plans, but then when it come
  10. Hello Rangers! I ran with this group for a while when I first started writing on this site, and I have come back since I am working on some more agility based training starting this week So this decision started with a random conversation with the SO, and a groupon for a ninja warrior gym close by to my house. I have lifted heavy for at least 2 full years, and competed (placed 2nd overall) in a strongman comp late last year. Since then I have kind of been floating a bit, with not much direction and waning motivation. My body really likes to gain muscle, and really likes to kee
  11. Okay so my name is Hannah and I'm an assassin in training. My goals for this upcoming 4 week challenge is as follows: 1.) Complete the Advanced Bodyweight workout 3 times a week and on the same day complete the Begginer's Parkour workout and finish the day off with sprints with corners and straight aways at my old high school track. When I'm not working out I rest and I mean I rest a lot cause I'm going to be tired! 2.) Go to a Yoga class 3 times a week on my off days or at least try some at home yoga that isn't too crazy and will help the soreness and increase my flexi
  12. So... This being my first challenge at 32 years old, I have decided to use this as a reset. This is my personal new year, and while I was away in Italy I did some soul searching (and eating) and I have found that I don't really focus on important things as often as I should. Because of this my time isn't used as wisely as it should be and I don't get as much productive stuff done. Time for Tina Fey to help me get my shit together I will make to-do lists every morning, and I can't play video games until the list is complete. A=28 days B=27-25 days C=25-20 D= 20 o
  13. Well I completely forgot family was coming into town over the weekend so I did not post this on time on Saturday. However I did keep my goals in mind for my first challenge! I even had my most active day yet (according to Samsung fit) on Saturday! Nutrition: Replace a processed snack with a healthy one (fruit, protein, vegetable) - I have gotten rid of a lot of the processed foods in my house so hopefully this will be easier then. Eat one vegetable a day - I hate vegetables but my fiance is a great cook so he makes them okay to eat. Fitness: Walk 15 minutes a day - I
  14. So! I'm gonna give this a try. I'm buffing myself all over, I really hope I can make it through. My goals may not look like much, but since I've already tried (and failed) to make them habits before, they're kind of a big deal to me. There's a lot of good and healthy habits I'd like to accquire and I know if I can commit to these, It'll be the conception of the plausible counterexample (is that a word in english?) that settles the bases of the argument capable of proofing the refutability of the theory that states that I can't commit to anything; which will eventually lead to the p
  15. This challenge is half about continuing the better habits I developed during the last challenge, and half about being realistic about what my life is going to be like for the next 4 weeks. Challenge starts on my birthday, and includes a long weekend trip away from home. Both mean being away from my normal eating habits, and the trip to Oregon means I'll be away from my normal gymming habits too. There's also some "stuff" waiting in the wings of my life that could mean some very significant changes. The hard part has been how to translate all of this into meaningful and attainable
  16. Okay the last challenge went some where but not as well a I have hoped. But a least I started somewhere. So this time I am going to try to step it up in some areas but take it back a notch in others. My fitness /Diet Quest: Walk to achieve 8,000 steps in a day Eat at least one vegetable per meal Reduce drinking of soda to a maximum of 3 times per week ( usually drink about four) My Level up goal: Set aside 5 dollars a day in an account where I cannot touch (you got to have a rainy day fund) Like last time I will try to keep you posted
  17. Hey everyone, I'm new here and this is the perfect time for me to start the challenge. i have already started my journey around a month ago, and have met most of the goals I set myself: yoga once a week reduce carbs/ sugar 20 minutes of cardio twice a week Track my sleep/ improve it- a little bit better still needs work I will continue to do these as well as the new goals I have set: - do the beginners bodyweight programme twice a week- I will start with 2 rounds and hopefully build to 3 - only look in the mirror once a day (s
  18. My first challenge went way better than I expected, but I came in late and fell a little short, so I'm excited to move on to my second challenge EVAR! You might notice a little bit of a theme... Book - find my book, and go through another edit. Pursue cover edits and get approved cover. Write a synopsis. – Okay, this sounds like a LOT of tasks, but bear in mind that I have 4-5 weeks to do all this. And I just found it. So hurrah. Step is already started. BHAG - Do 5 miles in one go. – Yes, I did not complete the 3 miles last go. But I need to progress, not get stuck on 3
  19. Sorry for being MIA, work took away our wifi because planning a switch over before actually doing it totally makes sense. I finally got it back yesterday. Also, went to the chiro, had 3 adjustments, started icing my back/hips/shoulder every night, and I started a strict (as in I actually do it) warm-up routine. Those three things have made a good improvement, but I am still babying the arm as much as possible. Last challenge kind of became a mess because as much as I hate to admit it, if I don't see crazy awesome results (which normally isn't a great sign in the lo
  20. (Posted on other forum, but this contains updates and hyperlinks) For my next challenge, I have decided to break it up into four parts: Heart, Body, Mind, and Spirit. These will probably extend past four weeks and hopefully form habits. Heart: Be the first to greet people when I encounter them (inspired by Gabby Reece: "I always say 'go first'....That means if I'm checking out at the store, I say hello first. If I'm coming across somebody and make eye contact, I'll smile first. I wish people would experiment with that in their lives a little bit: Be first because
  21. This will be my first challenge, so I want to be careful with overwhelming myself... but I find that I work better under pressure and if I find that I have to hold myself accountable to other people. So here's to kicking ass in the next 4 weeks! FOUR WEEK CHALLENGE: FEB 12 – MARCH 11 Diet Drink one glass of water a day NO SODA Reduce sweets/carbs consumption by 50% Fitness 2 hour hike once a week Strength training once a week 30 minute gym exercise 3 times a week Life Wake up early. Must be out of be
  22. Hello gang! I hope everyone had a great holiday Mine was not as pleasant as I had hoped, my house guest was very difficult but after she was gone I was able to just be for almost a week and it was lovely. This is the first new year I have actually taken measurements, and due to my holiday "eat all the things" I got to find out that I am larger than I have ever been So this year I am changing that! I will lose 24 inches off my measurements over this year. Current Measurements : Calves, Thighs, ect are per side. Calves - 17.5"
  23. For my next challenge, I have decided to break it up into four parts: Heart, Body, Mind, and Spirit. These will probably extend past four weeks and hopefully form habits. Heart: Be the first to greet people when I encounter them (inspired by Gabby Reece: "I always say 'go first'....That means if I'm checking out at the store, I say hello first. If I'm coming across somebody and make eye contact, I'll smile first. I wish people would experiment with that in their lives a little bit: Be first because - not all times, but most times- it comes in your favor. The response is prett
  24. Hey everyone! I've returned after a much needed break. This challenge has been over eight months in the making! By the end of the month I graduate from my EMT class and will be put on schedule for the NREMT test. Therefore the theme of this challenge will be based mainly around this as I prepare for the registry test. 1. Review EMT skills everyday 2. Review at least 1 EMT chapter everyday with a bonus towards more chapters done 3. Review at least 1 area i'm weaker in per week 4. Meditate daily
  25. Hi everyone This is my first proper challenge, and one of my first posts. I tried to join the last challenge a week late but the combined late start and Christmas period meant it ended in failure. I wanna start the new year the best I can, and this is how i'm gonna do it. Diet - Drink at least 2 litres of water a day I don't drink nearly enough water to be healthy, let alone stay hydrated. The plan is to fill up a 2 Litre bottle every morning and aim to have finished it by the end of the day. I'll still drink coffee, but absolutely no carbonated drinks.
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