aramis Posted January 20, 2020 Report Share Posted January 20, 2020 15 minutes ago, Aquarii said: When you consistently under eat for long periods of time, the body slows down your metabolism to protect itself. This can cause a lot of issues Couldn't say it better (I actually tried right now, but Aquarii was faster ) 49 minutes ago, Salinger said: it feels impossible to get to 2000 without eating crap I told you already - just get those calories. For now, we need more energy to work with. Quality food will come later. If you want to eat good, real food - great. If you need to top it with a cookie to get those kcals - so be it (for now). Fruit or cheese would be better, but for a week - everything goes. 49 minutes ago, Salinger said: Saturday and Sunday LAST WEEK So, you hit gym two times and since then... nada? Wasn't there any walks or something? Anyway Considering exercising - do you prefer exercising at home, gym or some outside activity? All have it's pros and cons, * At home you are safe from other people staring, but it's easiest to skip workout or postpone it till it's too late. * Gym has huge advantage - when you are there, you'll do something, anything, just for the sake of not wasting your money and time. On a down side - comparing yourself to others. * Outside activity (park, field etc) - fresher (in theory) air than indoors, mostly nice surroundings, "you already left home so do something" motivation. OTOH people staring, old ladies pointing fingers, unpredictable weather. to name a few, so I don't want to tell you what to do. But we will start slow (remember? Baby Steps!), so pick what you want to try and we will work with it. 3 Quote I absolutely CAN run on caffeine and hatred. But only with a dash of milk. Challenges' status: Spoiler Not gonna Challenge anymore for now. I took Steve's words and started thinking in days and years. Challenges are just short-term distractions. #16 | #15 (Xmas mini) | #14 | #13 | #12 | #11 | #10 | #9 | #8 | #7 | #6 | #5 | #4 | #3 | #2 | #1 Other activities: Bike build Link to comment
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