Greyson Fauchard Posted September 13, 2018 Report Share Posted September 13, 2018 In a tale perhaps not too uncommon, I joined NF Academy a couple of years ago, was doing well for a month or two, got injured and drifted away (and ballooned up) during recovery. So, anyway, for a variety of reasons I refocus and respawn a few weeks ago, starting small. Mostly focusing on the "core" NFA quests, but also broadening my horizons with NF Yoga (which I'd gotten at the same time a couple of years ago but never actually got into). Now, as I approach the one month mark, I've completed many of those "core" quests, and as I'm browsing through the class quests to decide what I want to do next, I just happen to see the 4-week challenge quests in the Rebel class. And I think to myself, "4-week challenge? What the...? Were those here last time? I don't remember them..." Curious, I do some searching (because as much as I love NF's mission and the way it approaches life and fitness, it's websites are not exactly the best laid out things) and I stumble across these forums right in the middle of the planning week for the next challenge. "Huh... Well... what do you know?" For a guy who doesn't believe in fate, it's looking awfully preordained... I'm in. My goals: I'm the kind of guy who eats vegetables with my meals. Quantify: Eat vegetables twice a day at least 5 days a week. Details: I do love me some veggies, but I'm not always the best about eating them. Especially when eating out. To that end... I'm the kind of guy who cooks most of his food. Quantify: Limit eating out (including convenience store or supermarket deli foods) to 2 times a week. Details: I also love to cook, but I am really busy and often pick up lunch at the local supermarket or convenience store because I didn't have time to cook. Managing my time better will assist. I'm the kind of guy who exercises regularly. Quantify: Complete my NF Academy workout 3 times per week. Details: I'm currently on Level 1, but should hit my boss battle at the end of week 2. I'm the kind of guy who takes a moment. Quantify: Meditate at least 10 minutes a day. Details: I've always been interested in it, but not really done anything about it. I'm curious to see what, if anything, meditation can add. 6 Quote Link to comment
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