Ranger Hal Posted October 26, 2020 Report Share Posted October 26, 2020 Well, I'm really not feeling a challenge right now. But I'm going to start one anyway on the theory that this feeling will go away in a few days if I just keep moving forward. Since I don't have any grand new ideas, I'm going to keep most of what I had last time. There's one more week to the pull-up challenge workouts (Tuesday/Thursday/Weekend). If I get a pull-up at the end (or maybe even if I don't), I plan to replace them with kettlebell workouts. I think it will be good to have a bit of a change in workouts. I'm going to continue rucking or hiking the other days (Monday/Wednesday/Weekend). Mountaineering class starts up again in January and I need to get out on the trails more during the week, so I'm setting Wednesdays as my hiking night. I'm going to take my pack to work so I can go straight to the trailhead without stopping at home. I have picked a couple of hikes I've done many times so deciding which one to do will be easier. Friday nights will be my night off, at least as far as workouts go. I'm going to continue cleaning, dishes, and compline. I was thinking of stopping the DailyDares, but maybe I will switch them to the morning. My other idea for this challenge was getting up earlier in the morning, but given the week I'm facing at work (most likely several early mornings and the possibility of working all next weekend, plus not enough time to do everything that needs to get done), I can't deal with setting an early wake-up time. Maybe later in the challenge or next time. But maybe doing DailyDares in the morning will hit the spirit of what I'm looking for. My challenge weeks start on Mondays. 1 Quote Challenges: #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #22, #23, #24, Current Walk to Mordor: 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 Link to comment
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