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  1. Jakkals doen 3 goed.

    Another challenge. Rule 1: Writing Keep a decent journal. Write down everything that happens, no matter how brief. See what will work. I have a good system for work, I need a system for home as well. Rule 2: Exercise I have been slacking the past two weeks. This will include yoga and time on the bicycle. Rule 3: Take pills My brother has got a prescription for anti-depressants he is not using, and he is willing to keep on buying it for me. It is the only way I will be able to get these, since I cannot afford a doctor or the pills. I am not good at taking pills. Making it part of the challenge will be help.
  2. My first workout with nerd fitness! Decline pushups: 1. 20 reps 2. 12 reps 3. 7 reps Total: 39 Chin-ups: 1. 5 reps 2. 5 reps 3. 2 reps Total: 12 Dips: 1. 10 reps 2. 7 reps 3. 6 reps Total: 23 Bodyweight squats: 1. 20 reps 2. 20 reps 3. 20 reps Total: 60 Comment: I want to step up on this one as I am able to reach my upper limit of 20 reps in each set. Plank: 1. 60 sec 2. 60 sec 3. 60 sec Total: 180 sec Comment: Next time I'm going for 65 sec/set. I have an instinctive urge to stop the exercise after first signs of muscle fatigue. It's making it harder for me to train to muscle failure (i don't know it's that a proper name - correct me if I'm wrong ;)). My lower back hurts after first ten squats in each set. That worries me because I think that my technique is pretty correct and I don't have any back/spine problems (at least none that I know of). Is there any thread on this forum where someone can check my form? I would appreciate any help