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I have always been a little unclear on the ecology of Tatooine.  With no apparent sources of food, how does the planet support enough wildlife that the large reptiles such as the great Krayt Dragon have food sources?  Yea, I get that they eat Banthas.  But what do Banthas eat??  It's a puzzle.  

 

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Still, I am keeping up with the theme and am still on the trail of the dragon.  It's a wily beast that I have fought most of my life (hum ... shades of Moby Dick here ....).  This challenge, I'm focusing on tracking and consistency.  

 

Overall, these are the main objectives:

  • Research or learning something new ... this challenge, it is the CrossFit Masters Athlete Training PDF
  • Nutrition improvement - WW ... aim to log daily and stay within points each week
  • Exercise focus  and socializing outside of work - CrossFit 10+ classes 
  • Service component - Charity Miles app and trying to get in about 7+ miles per week
  • Spiritual-emotional component - daily prayer(book)

 

I am tracking in Habitica where we have a Nerd Fitness party and a Guild (join us!!).  It might be a bit ambitious, but I have 12 habits that I am tracking.  Success is to get 70% or 8 habits tracked each day:


1. Track 7 streaks each day = Success
2. Track meals daily 
3. Exercise daily
4. Floss
5. Skin care each night
6. Study master's athlete training daily
7. Stretch 5+ minutes daily
8. Prayer/meditation daily
9. Get 7 hours of sleep daily
10. Once per week - stay within Points values
11. Check in at NF daily
12. Drink 32 oz water daily

 

My primary tools this challenge are:

  • Magic bottle of motivation (my 32 oz water bottle)
  • Belt of swift travel (FlipBelt)
  • Lenses of far-seeing (contact lenses)
  • Tome of Mastery (CrossFit masters training recommendations PDF and other references)
  • Registry of Deeds (Habitica)
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Some kind of Jedi .....

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2 hours ago, Chris-Tien Jinn said:

I have always been a little unclear on the ecology of Tatooine.  With no apparent sources of food, how does the planet support enough wildlife that the large reptiles such as the great Krayt Dragon have food sources?  Yea, I get that they eat Banthas.  But what do Banthas eat??  It's a puzzle.  

Don't forget Bellisario's Maxim.

 

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Anniversary trip is accomplished!!   Since the weather turned cold and rainy, we mostly ate at fun restaurants and did some basic shopping in the big city.  

 

But we tackled the restaurants with a different strategy this time:

  1. Split an appetizer (thin sliced beef with Parmesan cheese .... the real stuff .... and arugula)
  2. Split an entrée  (the waiter recommended a really good pasta with lots of vegetables and a little bacon for flavor)
  3. Enjoy a good bottle of wine 
  4. Get a couple of desserts and share bites.  (I had tiramisu!!)

We enjoyed the meal but were not terribly stuffed, even though we did enjoy some of the very good bread too.

 

Since we were a couple of blocks from the hotel, we walked to and from.  But not much ... we're having rain and snow mix right now.  Ugh!)

 

Breakfast was pretty standard, but we did lunch at a crepe shop.  Savor crepes with lots of vegetables and a little pesto .... and then a dessert crepe with Nutella, raspberry sauce and a smidge of vanilla ice cream.  

 

If the weather had been as pleasant as predicted a week ago (highs of 60 and 70), we were going to go hiking.  There are some great sandstone bluffs in local parks.  But .... we pretended to be foodies instead.

 

 

 

 

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I scaled it, but it still was a challenge.  Finished in 32:50 ... too pooped to eat dinner ......

 

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Well, yesterday, I spent the most of the day in the Tavern, napping by the fire as the resident Bard (Will Smith*) told tales of the wonders of the world.  The remaining time, I drank potions of bubbly water and nibbled on a small portion of rice, while I read the Tome of Mastery.  It was not the way I had planned to spend the day, but the stomach flu laid me low, and I was grateful that I had nothing planned that couldn't be postponed.  

 

Today, I'm better, but I still don't have much energy.  The start to the next adventure is going to be slow.  

 

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Will Smith has two documentaries on Disney+ that are awesome!!  Welcome to Earth and One Strange Rock are entirely binge-worthy.  I may have to rewatch them when I'm not napping through more than 1/2 of the episodes.  

 

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21 hours ago, Tanktimus the Encourager said:

I hope you heal up fast.

 

20 hours ago, Elastigirl said:

Hope you feel better soon! Thanks for the show recommendation. I'll have to check those out.

 

19 hours ago, Lively said:

This is so cool! I love how you wrote up your challenge, good luck on your goals and hope you feel better soon!

 

Thanks!  I am still not entirely well, but at least I'm not spending all of my time on the couch!  

 

Yesterday, I got a shower and a walk, and we went to a movie (Lost City).  I managed to eat the traditional BRAT diet and even had some popcorn at the movie.  

 

I felt a little guilty at the movie theater.  Normally, there is almost no one there.  Maybe two to six people besides us, scattered around the theater.  Yesterday, it was PACKED.  I don't think I was contagious any more, but I guess we're back to normal levels of public social contact and the associated risks.

 

Most of the time, I fiddled with how to play D&D solo.  This site is a good starting point, if anyone is interested:  DnD Solo.  

 

I'm going to try playing through a modified intro campaign as inspiration for RPGing challenges.  

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As a starting point, I created an online spreadsheet to keep track of a few numbers:  Chris-Tien Tracks the Dragon.  

 

Needless to say, anything involving D&D is .... complicated.  Which is why I bailed for the quick reward hits of WoW in 2006, but we'll see what comes of the experiment.  Turtle speed engaged!!

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On 3/22/2022 at 2:28 PM, Chris-Tien Jinn said:

CrossFit Masters Athlete Training PDF

 

Oo, that sounds interesting - what kind of stuff's in that?

 

On 3/24/2022 at 11:39 PM, Chris-Tien Jinn said:

I scaled it, but it still was a challenge.  Finished in 32:50 ... too pooped to eat dinner ......

 

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Holy cow that's one hell of a workout. Good on you for getting through it.

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17 minutes ago, Jarric said:

Oo, that sounds interesting - what kind of stuff's in that?

 

 

It is mostly written for coaches who might be working with CF athletes aged 40 years and up.  Made me laugh at that age break.  It's probably best suited for coaches of large boxes, although I'd say that more than 1/2 of our regular athletes would fit into the "masters" category ... and a lot are "late masters" at 55+.  You can find it at https://assets.crossfit.com/pdfs/seminars/sme_masters_trainingguide.pdf

 

I have gotten some good advice and ideas out of it.  Some advice is just blessing what I am already finding works well for me.  

 

1) archetype or category of the athlete is important to how to develop programs that will interest them.  I'm a wellness-focused athlete right now.  One of our coaches is a really good fit and the other is more competitive-focused.  I just know that I need to heed my own needs when working with the competitive-focused coach.  

2) I SHOULD be resting more than a younger athlete: two rest days (active recovery ...) per week.  BUT - I should not be dodging the box for 3 days per week.  

3) it gave me a good place to start when scaling from the Rx for the weights.  70% of Rx is a good starting point for me on most lifts.  

4) the advice to coaches that late masters athletes might try avoidance techniques when they are uncertain or unskilled made me squirm a bit.  There are a lot of days when I look at the WOD and say "Nope" and find something else to do.  😬

5) Some CrossFit gyms take months to teach newbies individually before putting them in a group class!!  I know that would have helped me avoid overextending and getting so sore that I couldn't come more than once a week ... or even two weeks.  I quit and took about 6 months with a personal trainer instead, with the goal of being able to do the basic, bare minimum at CrossFit.  It worked out in the end.  But the 12-week onboarding example progression was illuminating.  

 

The references list at the end might have some resources that will be more useful.  I'm going to take a look at some of them, but we probably know the majority of information already.  

 

 

 

 

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Yesterday was a good day, and I am gradually feeling better.  Did some chores around the house and garden, took a walk (while hubby went on a hike), and worked some more on playing D&D solo.    The latter was partially because my WoW installation is acting up and refusing to patch.    I didn't take any naps, although I did "put my feet up" a couple of times ... once to "meditate" while listening to the choral music channel.  

 

Today, I am thinking of getting in a couple of walks since I'm still not feeling 100%.  We have a week left of Spring Break, but that week is now prep for the second half of the semester time ....  

 

Story journal time ....

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This morning, I will shoulder my pack and head south to the Umbral (?) Hills.  A healer resides there and the town's council has asked me to alert her to the dragon's danger.  It should not be far, but with bandits on the road and the threat of a hunting dragon, I convinced the druid to join me on the trek.  Osborne's healing powers might come in handy again, just as they did after the fight at the shrine yesterday.  

 

Oy, walking 5 miles or so in scale mail does not sound inviting.  This wasting illness continues to sap my energy.  

 

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15 hours ago, Chris-Tien Jinn said:

 

It is mostly written for coaches who might be working with CF athletes aged 40 years and up.  Made me laugh at that age break.  It's probably best suited for coaches of large boxes, although I'd say that more than 1/2 of our regular athletes would fit into the "masters" category ... and a lot are "late masters" at 55+.  You can find it at https://assets.crossfit.com/pdfs/seminars/sme_masters_trainingguide.pdf

 

I have gotten some good advice and ideas out of it.  Some advice is just blessing what I am already finding works well for me.  

 

1) archetype or category of the athlete is important to how to develop programs that will interest them.  I'm a wellness-focused athlete right now.  One of our coaches is a really good fit and the other is more competitive-focused.  I just know that I need to heed my own needs when working with the competitive-focused coach.  

2) I SHOULD be resting more than a younger athlete: two rest days (active recovery ...) per week.  BUT - I should not be dodging the box for 3 days per week.  

3) it gave me a good place to start when scaling from the Rx for the weights.  70% of Rx is a good starting point for me on most lifts.  

4) the advice to coaches that late masters athletes might try avoidance techniques when they are uncertain or unskilled made me squirm a bit.  There are a lot of days when I look at the WOD and say "Nope" and find something else to do.  😬

5) Some CrossFit gyms take months to teach newbies individually before putting them in a group class!!  I know that would have helped me avoid overextending and getting so sore that I couldn't come more than once a week ... or even two weeks.  I quit and took about 6 months with a personal trainer instead, with the goal of being able to do the basic, bare minimum at CrossFit.  It worked out in the end.  But the 12-week onboarding example progression was illuminating.  

 

The references list at the end might have some resources that will be more useful.  I'm going to take a look at some of them, but we probably know the majority of information already.  

 

 

 

 

 

Those are some really interesting insights, thank you. I'll try and give the full thing a read at some stage too.

 

I didn't know anywhere did introductory programs like that. At my place you get a 1 hour induction and you're in the main class (and to be fair, they're not a big enough gym to be able to run that many 1 on 1 sessions). Scaling is pretty good at my gym though; we're almost never given an Rx weight for the workout, and everyone's encouraged to scale to a level where they aren't compromising the quality of the movement.

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18 hours ago, Chris-Tien Jinn said:

2) I SHOULD be resting more than a younger athlete: two rest days (active recovery ...) per week.  BUT - I should not be dodging the box for 3 days per week.  

Are these typically full-body workouts? 5 times a week sounds like A LOT!

 

18 hours ago, Chris-Tien Jinn said:

Made me laugh at that age break.

Looking around me, it does make sense, although 30-35 seems to be the age where the first insitent pains start. I'm glad to see that I'm still young though 🙃.

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1 hour ago, Waanie said:

Are these typically full-body workouts? 5 times a week sounds like A LOT!

 

There is a lot of variety, but they do generally aim for full-body workouts.  So, it does sound like a lot to me as well.  

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Yesterday was still mostly "in recovery" mode, although I started to eat normally and avoided the couch until it was time to watch TV at night.  

 

Exercise was restricted to walking.  I got in two 1-mile walks and the usual walking between parking lot and office.  I have been using the Charity Miles app on my iPhone, and I think the link between the app, Strava, and  the FitBit are doubling up some miles.  So, definitely time to fix that and probably delete some apps.  Good thing to do during Spring Break .... digital cleaning!  

 

Some light stretching ..... and that was it for the day.  But, I was very good on my habits and ended with 9 points!   So far, with Sunday's 8 points, I'm at 17 ... perfectly on track.

 

I'm looking at today's WOD and weighing my energy level.  We'll see .....

 

 

 

 

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20 hours ago, Chris-Tien Jinn said:

There is a lot of variety, but they do generally aim for full-body workouts.  So, it does sound like a lot to me as well.  

If all the workouts are similar to the one you posted above, I'd get injured in no time. Just make sure to keep listening to you body, and to not let yourself be pushed too hard!

 

41 minutes ago, Chris-Tien Jinn said:

Some light stretching ..... and that was it for the day.  But, I was very good on my habits and ended with 9 points!   So far, with Sunday's 8 points, I'm at 17 ... perfectly on track.

Yay!

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I signed up for this afternoon's CF class, planning to scale like crazy and take it slow.    I might get in a walk with a friend this morning .... or we might decide to have coffee inside.  🌨️

 

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We reached the apothecary's home at the end of yesterday and spent a pleasant evening inside, out of the cold wind driving down from the Icespire mountain range.  I was grateful to spend the night in her windmill's loft, having seen signs of a manticore roaming its territory.  I'm not sure that Osborne and I could take one down on our own, honestly.

 

Unfortunately, Adabra Gwynn does not seem concerned about either the dragon or the possibility of local monsters.  So far, she has refused to accompany us back to the town.  The druid and I will try again today. 

 

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On 3/26/2022 at 10:46 AM, Chris-Tien Jinn said:

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Sadly true .....

 

I had stomach flu about a month ago, during last challenge, totally knocked me out for days,  Sure I lost five pounds, but they all found me again after I recovered.

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So far, the pounds have not returned and I'm settling in at my October (pre-holidays) weight.  

 

Yesterday, my coffee and a walk meeting turned into a 4.5 mile walk!!  My friend really needed to talk, even though the weather was very cold and windy.  We were on a loop trail around the fitness center and just kept going and going .....  Nice way to spend an hour, but I knee started to feel sore (didn't wear shoes for a long walk), and I started to feel flu-ish again.  

 

So, I skipped CrossFit yesterday.  But I had a good habit-filled day and earned 9 points.  It will get harder as classes start up again, I'm sure.

 

Story journal writing....

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In the morning, we tried - yet again - to convince the midwife to leave with us.  Even while she was insisting that local monsters would not be a problem, a manticore swooped into the ruined courtyard with a roar.  Osborne managed to convince it to move on with some of Adabra's food stores, but I doubt that will hold it long.  

 

But, if that didn't change Adabra's mind, nothing would.  We accepted her position and a letter from her for the town's council, stating that she had received their message but would not be coming to town.  She also gave us one of her best healing potions ... maybe she thinks that she can hold out because of her stores and stocks??

 

So, we set out, back on the track that leads from her windmill to the town and kept watches during the night.  We should be in Phaladin by tomorrow morning.  

 

 

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Today's habits ...

 

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