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ronroen91

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HELLO,
maybe some of you guys have seen me on this forum on and off.
Well, that was due to my being annoyed by the forums and its functionality with Tapatalk.
I was spammed with ads etc. So I slowly distanced from the forums.
Now, I am back, and not using Tapatalk. And a respawn challenge!

 

Diet

  • Hydrate [3l per day] (I always forget that humans are 70% water)
  • Log Food (KISS)

Fitness

  • 1 Cardio Session - 5km per week (Start small!)
  • 30min Active Minutes per day

Level Up Your Life

  • Start 'Homework for Life' (Adapted from Storyworthy)
  • Long-form Journal once a week
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I am a bad drinker (of anything). I should drink more!

Logging food intake has always annoyed because I live in Asia where the food simply doesnt exist in databases.

And that annoyance would always result to me not documenting it.

So this time KISS (Keep it Simple, Stupid) where I would take the strange Asian dishes and log it as a food item that is almost similar.

And add 10% more calories to cover discrepancy.

 

I have gout and a bad ankle due to a Taekwondo injury from high school. Actually I stopped being active much ever since the doctor told me to ease up on the legs.

I got scared and treated them like fragile glass because I need them for commuting to work etc. Time to start small on my dainty legs! 5km Jog/Run once a week.

 

I just finished reading Storyworthy by Matthew Dicks - and I thought I should start recording my life in simple forms.

I am not trying to be a blogger or a storyteller for a profession but I am interested in the idea of leaving stories behind.

Hey, maybe my life isnt as dull as I thought it was.

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I hear you on hearing that you need to take it easy and then completely backing off because of it.  After the docs told me to be careful of my joints I stayed in bed for a week because I didn't want to damage myself more.  It's a balancing act.

 

Your goals look good!  You've got this :) 

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3 hours ago, Zaethe said:

I hear you on hearing that you need to take it easy and then completely backing off because of it.  After the docs told me to be careful of my joints I stayed in bed for a week because I didn't want to damage myself more.  It's a balancing act.

 

Your goals look good!  You've got this :) 

I do workout 3x a week at least...but skipped on anything leg. Cardio would just be stationary bike.
Then I tried joining boxing session where the trainer had me doing the side run thing(lol?) and the next day there were discomfort around my ankles...

So I figured I need to start training them...

 

Oh and I just found out the taste of Guacamole(lol!) (homemade btw)...and they were good. Are they healthy though? It should be yeah..its just avocado with a bit of seasoning...I had this(picture below) for lunch this whole week! 
 

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So Far...(281019-011119)


1) Signed up to a gym with pool near office

2) plans to get a swimming instructor (because I do not know how to swim)

3) took my stats - 94kg, 22%fat

4) got back into MFP

5) started daily journal on Journey app

 

Let's GO!

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