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Starting Point:

LVL 1 | STR 2 | DEX 2 | STA 2 | CON 3 | WIS 4 | CHA 2

Weight: 180

Goal 1 - Fitness - Kipping

Realizing my upperbody is the weak link in this ability, I have achieved the ability to link a few kips together, progess shall continue. 50%

Proposed Reward: +2 DEX, +2 STR

Achieved Reward: +1 DEX, +1 STR

Goal 2 - Fitness - Mile Run

I was barely able to improve this during the six weeks, while I can run the first have at a sub-six minute pace I cannot maintain it. I have seen an increase in stamina so, I'll award myself a small increase in that area only.

Proposed Reward: +2 STA, +1 DEX, +1 STR

Achieved Reward: +1 STA

Goal 3 - Diet - Strict Paleo

One cheat throughout the whole challenge, I think that deserves full credit, I plan to continue this way of eating at a 90% Paleo level.

Proposed Reward: +2 CON, +1 STA

Achieved Reward: +2 CON, +1 STA

Goal 4 - Life - Re-Enter the Dating World

Challenge Completed. I've gone on a number of dates in the later weeks of this challege, the change in confidence through the weightloss and strength increase have certianly helped. I'm glad I choose to push myself back out there.

Proposed Reward: +3 CHA, +1 WIS

Achieved Reward: +3 CHA, +1 WIS


LVL 2 | STR 5 | DEX 3 | STA 4 | CON 5 | WIS 5 | CHA 5

Weight: 167lbs!

Rx'dRobot - Ranger EngineerLVL 2 | STR 5 | DEX 3 | STA 4 | CON 5 | WIS 5 | CHA 5Intro | Challenges: 1 - 2| "I may not be there yet, but I am closer than I was yesterday"

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Goal 1: You Snooze, You Lose

I totally blew this one. After doing well the first week, I started slipping more and more to where I am sleeping late almost every day now again.

Grade: F-

Goal 2: No Eating After Hours

On this goal, I ended up doing pretty well. I only slipped from it a few times during the weekends when my schedule got thrown totally out of whack. All in all, a success.

Grade: B

Goal 3: Phone Home

This was the scariest of my goals and I think I did pretty well on it. I met all of my phoning home goals, plus some. And the family enjoyed (or pretended to enjoy) the conversations.

Grade: A

Goal 4: Pull with All My Might!

So this was definitely my most successful goal. I wanted to be able to do 3 sets of 5 pull ups and ended up at 10,8, then 7 for my 3 sets. Mega woot!

Grade: A

Total Rewards : +4 STR, +3.5 WIS, +2 CHA, +0.75 STA, +0.75 CON




Level 2 Human Ranger

Current Challenge Thread

Stats | STR 6 | DEX 3 | STA 4.75 | CON 2.75 | WIS 5.5 | CHA 4

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So, here we are....

My Starting stats were:

LEVEL 3 Half Wood Elf Ranger

STR: 7 DEX: 9 STA: 6 CON: 7 WIS: 10 CHA: 7

Goals for the challenge were:


utilising an increasing understanding of the science of training, I will be attempting to increase muscle mass of my arms and shoulders.

Hypertrophy sets for biceps, triceps and deltoids will be part of my strength training.

+4 STR

This was actually a win. In all my strength workouts over the past 6 weeks I've kept my reps and sets for arms/shoulders within the recommended hypertrophy range. Didn't work out quite as religiously as I'd intended but still got two strength sessions in per week, sometimes three :).

Grade: A- (+4 STR)


In order to get my weight management back on track, I'm going to do what I can to increase my metabolic rate:

Interval sprints, twice per week.

+2 STA, +2CON


managed for the first few weeks then it petered off... wasn't a total fail though so not an F

Grade: D (+.5 STA and +.5 CON)


I'm a sloucher. Always have been.

This is something I want to change as part of my quest to generally improve myself. Not doing enough back strengthening exercises has surly been a contributing factor. This imbalance will be addressed.

exercises to strengthen the back muscles (and stretching to improve chest flexibility) will be increased in all workouts

+2 DEX, +1 CON, +1 CHA


all my strength workouts have included work on my back strength and chest mobility. Could have perhaps done more with my lower back but never totally neglected back exercises. I'm actually feeling like I have slightly better posture as a result so I'll keep this up until I'm fully erect... erm, I'll rephrase that...

Grade: A (+2 DEX, +1 CON, +1 CHA)


Develop my PT skills and get it officially started. This will be beneficial for my volunteers as well as for myself.

I will write up a 6 week program for myself and for my volunteers.

I will follow my program. I will do my best to guide my volunteers through the program I write for them.

Finish my course and officially sign up on the tax register as self employed.

+1 WIS, +2 CHA

This was less successful...

The six week program for my volunteers went ok. The program was pretty straightforward and the lads managed to stick with it and we did group exercises at least once each week. I've posted their starting and finishing assessments on my thread.

My own 6 week program was a bit less tidy. My time management was not very good at all and I had trouble with my motivation. Managed two or more strength workouts each week but my cardio suffered, especially when the clocks went back and sprinting in the dark, in the barely above zero temperature kinda put me off (I SERIOUSLY need to afford a gym membership again - it was so simple last winter...)

Finished my course (yay!), five distinctions and a merit (YAY!) but have yet to register the business (Boo!) as it costs €40 (Boo!) but apparently only €20 if done online (Yay!).

so, my Grade: C- (+.5 WIS +1 CHA)

Looking back, it could have been better but what with my wife being ill, a friend needing help to move house (and country), getting my course finished and getting a few friends into slightly better shape... Well, I can live with this. I'll try to do better next time though! onwards and upwards! To infinity and beyond! <cue music - (fanfare for the common man) - stares wistfully to the horizon>

Ending Stats:

LEVEL 4 Half Wood Elf Ranger

STR: 11 DEX: 11 STA: 6.5 CON: 8.5 WIS: 10.5 CHA: 9

Here's me and my Epic Quest: https://www.nerdfitness.com/character/61826




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Mini-recap (full recap here):

Starting weight: 162.4 lbs (15.5% fat)

Ending weight: 156.0 lbs (13.9% fat)

Change: -6.4 lbs (-3.5 lbs fat)

goal #1: Run a total of 30 miles over the course of the challenge. [sTA +3]

30.14 miles - A, STA +3

goal #2: Strength training three times a week, using Starting Strength. [sTR +5]

17/18 scheduled workouts - A, STR +5

goal #3: Prepare at least 80% of my own meals. [CON +1, WIS +3]

88/116 (75.9%) self-made meals - B, CON +1, WIS +2

goal #4: Clean the apartment and keep it that way. (minimum 15 min/day) [CHA +3]

9/38 days cleaned - F

overall grade: B

Eth - Level 8 Breton Warrior

STR 24.5 | DEX 9 | STA 20.5 | CON 13 | WIS 10.5 | CHA 8.5

Current Challenge: The Warrior Within | Fitocracy

Main quest progress:

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Mini Recap


Height: 5'3"

Weight: 156lb 150lb


  • Waist: 30 1/2" 30 1/2"
  • Belly: 35" 35"
  • Hips: 40" 39 1/4"
  • Thigh: 24" 23 3/4"


  • STR - 11.5
  • DEX - 11 +2
  • STA - 9.5
  • CON - 15.25 +1.5 +1 +.5
  • WIS - 10 +2 +1
  • CHA - 10 +.5

Fitness Goals

  • Run 3x per week. +3 STA +1 DEX EPIC FAIL - 0 points
  • Eat right. Also, finish reading Wheat Belly. +2 CON +2 WIS Finished Wheat Belly; did fairly well with eating, but had more treats in the last week or 2 than I should have - +1.5 CON, +2 WIS
  • Recovery. +1 CON +2 DEX Did well with this, except for a few times when I stayed up too late. It's becoming clearer that I really need to plan for about 8-9 hours of sleep most nights rather than about 7 - +1 CON +2 DEX

Life Goal

  • Keep unfucking my habitat. +1 CON +2 WIS +1 CHA Didn't get as much done as I wanted to. Need to work on this instead of wasting time online! Giving myself 1/2 points - +.5 CON +1 WIS +.5 CHA

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Goal 1: 50 push-ups on my PT test (+1 STR, +2 STA)

Well technically, with a 52, I achieved this goal! However, I got 62 push-ups on our "mock" PT test, and only 52 on the real deal. I'll write this one up as a SMART goal, but try to do better on my next test. I'm thinking 6 weeks of the Bodyweight Brigade leading up to my next test ought to do the trick! :)A

Goal 2: 4 sets of 6 pull-ups on my day 3 workout (+2 STR, +1 DEX, +1 STA)

If there's any exercise I've made the most progress on, it's pull-ups and chin-ups. Not only did I surprisingly meet this goal in about three weeks, I went for a PR one day and got 15 pull-ups! No bonus points of course, but it sure feels good! A

Goal 3: Stick to the diet outlined in the Blueprint (+3 CON)

Ummmm yeah, about that. FitJerk's program was just too complicated for me. What's ironic is that the more and more I read Steve's writings on diet and gaining weight, the more I wanted to bail on the Blueprint and keep it simple. I wouldn't call it a failure, but it was a change in the middle of the challenge. Not to mention that I've gone from 145lbs to 153lbs in about seven weeks! I'll give myself a C. I may not have stuck to the plan, but I gained weight anyway! C

Life Goal 4: Complete Steps 4, 5, 6 and 7 in my 12-step program (+3 WIS, +2 CHA)

My sponsor and I made progress, and are just getting to Step 3. Thing is, I've been making progress, and this is something you can't really rush. I'm taking a B on this because though I'm not at a certain step, it's not a race, and life keeps getting better every day. Progress not perfection. :)B


I really enjoyed seeing the progress of everyone here and meeting my own goals. Not to mention I've gotten so hooked on Nerd Fitness that I started my first week in the Barbell Battalion of the Rebel Strength Guide! It's funny that this is the Rebel Army of Nerd Fitness, yet the principles and goals are super simple. Maybe we need simple ideas to give our complex minds a rest. So I didn't get an A in all of my goals, what's important is that I've made progress and had fun! Life's too important to take seriously, and I'm glad that life always gets better, especially now that I'm getting stronger!

Overall Grade: A (barely)

Funky RangerLevel 2 -- STR: 5 | DEX: 3 | CON: 5.5 | STA: 5 | WIS: 5.25 | CHA: 3.5

Fitocracy | Twitter | Zombies, Run!

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Challenge wrap up:


1. Improve pull-ups to 3 sets of 1; currently able to do 0.

2. Run 2 miles at a 9 minute/mile pace, or 6.7 mph; currently doing elliptical training and running 4 minutes at an 8:45 pace 3 times on a treadmill (I hate machines too, but it's what I'm stuck with right now).

3. Lose 7 pounds for an ending weight of 179 or lower; currently 186.

4. Three part life goal: Study Dari (Afghan dialect of Persian) one hour per day, learn at least four new verbs each day, practice with my Afghan colleagues at least one hour every day (TV or reading count on days not with my colleagues).


1. Pull ups: Did not manage to do a single one, but not counting this as a fail. I worked hard and consistently to make this goal, and I definitely built some strength, but I obviously underestimated how much work it's going to take to get these muscles back in shape. Giving myself a D / 65% for not achieving it, but working hard at it and making visible progress. This one goes on the next challenge.

4 points = STR 3, STA 1; 65% = 1.95 STR, .65 STA

2. Run: Nailed this one last week by running 2 miles in 17:52, so A / 100%

4 points = STR 1, STA 2, DEX 1

3. Weight: Thought this was a lock, but only got down to 180, so that's 85%, or a B. I didn't really do anything to lose any weight besides eating mostly paleo by dropping almost all carbs, and I'm pretty sure all the upper body and core work put some muscle on. I know I have to wear my belt about an inch tighter than I did 6 weeks ago. As pointed out to me the first week of the challenge (cough, cough- SEABRIGHT), I should have had a better way to measure progress here, but I didn't, so the B will remind me to better set initial goal and standards next time, get the "M"- Measurable, in SMART better defined.

3 points = CON 2, CH 1; at 85% = CON 1.7, CH .85

4. Dari: Nailed this one, so A / 100%

4 points = WIS 2, CH 2

Overall: 88%, or a B. I'll take it for a first challenge. Already thinking about next week and challenge number 2.

Lessons Learned: In the Army, after every training event or operation, we conduct a "lessons learned" session to examine what happened, why it happened the way it did, what went well, what did not, and how can we improve for the next time. I already went over how I could have improved in the wrap up above, but now a few thoughts on what went really well and about what I learned in this one. I learned that it's not just about doing this as a one-time challenge, but getting some habits either built, or more firmly set into my daily routine. I learned that having a motivator can be quite.... motivating! Especially if that motivator also comes with accontabili-buddies. There were days I would have really liked to skip my work out or my daily study hour, or I just REALLY did not feel like dealing with my Afghan colleagues. However, knowing I would have to post a "fail" for the day on my challenge thread gave me a reason to shout down that nagging little voice that was urging me to be a slug and skip that daily step that was going to get me a little closer to a goal I really wanted to accomplish. I learned that I really like this forum. Whether everybody on here is the positive, motivated person they want to be or not, at least everybody on here is TRYING to be a better person and reach that "good peeps" mark. And that desire shows- everyone on here puts their best, most civil, and most supportive face forward, and I really appreciate that. So, what went well was finding a positive, supportive community that helps me hold myself responsible for my actions, and then using that community to help me achieve my goals. Thanks to everyone, and see you back on the next challenge forum.

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It's really great and motivating to read everyone's progress and updates. I'm pumped to start the next challenge!

Here's my final update:

1. Get to Level 4 for push-ups in the Angry Birds Workout (do 50 push-ups in two sets of 25).

Right now I can do 50 push-ups in 4 sets (15, 15, 10, and 10). +5 STR

C - 52% I was able to get up to 20 push-ups for my first set, but I didn't work on this goal every other day as planned, and so only made it up to 6 push-ups for the second set. +2.6 STR

2. Run a 10k in under 1:05.

I am signed up for my first 10k on October 6. +2 DEX, +3 STA

A - Completed in 1:01:52 +2 DEX, +3 STA

3. Run a mile in under 9:00.

PR is 9:05 for a mile. +2 DEX

A - Completed, ran a mile in 8:42 + 2 DEX

4. Reorganize my entire desk/bookshelf. I will post a before picture so you can see how much of a challenge this will really be for me. :-p

+3 WIS

B - 87% Complete. My desk is still clean! +2.6 WIS

I am pretty happy about where I got with my goals, but I have realized that for next time I want to implement goals that are not just a one-time thing. Sticking to something seems to be my weakness, so having a goal that is a one-time thing that can be checked off is probably less helpful to me if I want to improve myself.

Overall grade: B

Level 4 Human RangerSTR 10 | DEX 10.4 | STA 10.4 | CON 6.9 | WIS 9.5 | CHA 5.9

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Thank you Steve, Spezzy, Rangers, and Rebels everywhere! The knowledge and support you folks have shared is the reason for the success I have had. This weekend I am having a sexy rockstar weekend and I am proud to again feel comfortable in my skin. I lost 14lbs effortlessly! 4" off my belly! Holy Crap! 1" off or most everywhere else.

One area of big concern, though, is that my blood pressure has gone up. Big scare, which I have researched how to combat, but I am going to def work with my doc on this one... Most immediate remedy is lots of celery and hibiscus tea.

Anyway, results:


As a part of body weight circuit training, I will be able to do three pullups with good form in all three sets of my workout.

Grade: A!
From zero to three sets of good ones!

Str: 3 possible 3 awarded

Sta: 2 possible 2 awarded


As a result of good diet and exercise, I will hold myself upright without slouching with my core naturally engaged. Contrasting before and after profile shots will determine results.

Grade: C+.
My posture improved, but not as much as I had hoped.
Bone broth seems to be helping a lot with my joints and flexibility.
My stretching went from non existent to merely terrible FTW! Worked on some techniques to improve my posture, but is still not feeling natural. I am going to continue to make this a focus.

Dex: 1 possible .5 awarded

Str: 1 possible 1 awarded


Continue to eat a low grain, high plant diet for all non-social meals. No more than one barbarian booze bender a week.

Grade: B.
I love eating Paleo! Life changing! Considering a Whole 30 in January. My wife is onboard too now, we're taking her measurements now and are going to do the next challenge together! I have cheated far less in social situations than I allowed myself. - a letter point off for still hanging out with Conan too much.

Con: 3 possible 3 awarded

Wis: 2 possible 0 awarded


Send out at least 25 promotional copies of the Papa Coyote CD: Talking Dog to radio stations, podcasters, and music writers. Start booking spring festivals.

Grade: D
Got some cool gigs lined up, (including a potential set of Mardi Gras gigs in NOLA, which rescued the D from an F,) but did no active promo. Boo!

Cha: 2 possible -.5 awarded



Bardic Ranger - Level 5 Str: 3 | Dex: 3 | Sta: 4 | Con: 3 | Wis: 6 | Cha: 7

Walk the paths you need to tread. Sing when you can.

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My 6 week challenge posting

Main Quests

Bikram Yoga Starting Zone quest C+

Start Bikram Yoga class, go every week at least 5 days a week for 6 weeks.

I started Bikram Yoga and went 15 days in Oct and 5 days so far this month, love it! However did not meet up my high goal of 5 days a week every week (I avg 3-4 days a week).

Bikram Yoga Side quest D

Bikram Yoga 10 days in a row starter quest

I did 5 days in a row in Oct and this month, however did not complete 10 days in a row

Early Angry Bird Workout for 6 weeks F

Angry Bird Workout (starting 1 set, then 3 sets Oct 8th) every day for 6 weeks, allowed rest on weekends.

Failed :( here I tackled a lot of high level bosses which interfered with my morning workout goals, however I have the experience now to better work towards conquering this mission

Ranger Quests A

Quest 1 - Rise and shine

Rise before the sun (6am)

The only Quest that I've completed perfectly everyday for 6 weeks (well couple of times I woke up at 7)

Quest 2 - Lose to fight F

Lose 12lbs

Failed, I infact gained 2 lbs and 3% body fat, I have however been eating 3000 calories a day on purpose, to ready myself for bulking up during Crossfit, also trying to bulk up because technically my body type falls in the Assassin class and I want to make it here in the Ranger class ;)

Quest 3 - Pulled F

10-15 unassisted pull-ups

Failed, since I did not complete my Early Angry Bird Quest, I failed this Ranger side quest

My current thoughts

Even though I failed on many of these quests I've listed, the positives are I've cut out basically all processed food for 6 weeks, increased my water intake, gotten out of bed at 6am, and fallen in love with Bikram Yoga :) I may have increased weight and fat% but I feel slightly toner since Oct 1st, leg strength is definitely leveled up due to Yoga.

I'm not going to dwell on my missed missions here, in fact I'm going to reflect on the experience gained... I'm more focused on health and fitness this month and last month way more then the entire rest of the year. Oh yeah I quit smoking Oct 1st too.


Assassin training to be Ranger - Level 1

Str: 2 | Dex: 4 | Sta: 4 | Con: 2 | Wis: 2 | Cha: 1

My Challenges 1 : Fitocracy : Blog

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The Breakdown:



I finally managed a ride to the station (adjusted thanks to the traffic light problem). in 10 minutes & 37 seconds. Not quite the A that I wanted, but it was a damn good time all the same. From dealing with magpie attacks, sickness, and all the daily to-do lists I managed to get out on the road about two-thirds of the time. I'm happy with that, but I know I can do better.





This was the easiest part of the challenge for me. Sure I still had the odd craving for carbonated tooth solvent, but I managed to be soda free by the end of week 3, no problems, no headaches. I think the biggest reason for my success here is that I was doing something very easy: Nothing. All I had to do to achieve this goal was to NOT have soda, and it's easy to not do things. I also like not having soda. I drink LOADS more water, and I don't buy expensive drinks when I'm out anymore. Also: now that energy drinks are off the table when I'm working nights, I find that I actually get less tired early in the morning because I don't have a guarana-filled safety net.

FINAL GRADE: A (+2 Con, +1 Wis)

Cook More:

This was a bit of a mixed bag here. I've certainly cooked more, but achieving the goal of having leftovers to take to work hasn't happened to nearly the degree it should have. Part of the problem was the deliciousness of my cooking, and the other part is the recovery time from my 4 days on. I would say I got about 50% of the way there, but I think that any future challenge relying on my "weekends" needs to take into account (or work on for that matter) my energy levels when I'm not working.

FINAL GRADE: C (+1.5 Wis)

Level Up:


Get my blog ship-shape and post to it a minimum of twice a week.

I cannot pretend to say I passed any part of this goal. Part of the problem was in the setting. WHich I will get to in the analysis. To make a long story short. Setting single instance goals with such a long timeframe (42 days) is going to lead to procrastination and if you're lucky the 11th hour rush



EDIT: Link to the full wrap-up here

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Copied and pasted, then heavily edited.

Goal 1: Fussy Whole30 reintroduction calendar

38-42 compliant days are an A, 33-37 are a B, 28-32 are a C, 23-27 are a D, and 22 and below are an F. +3 CON

I won't reiterate the whole diet calendar, but it's the second post in on this thread. I am proud to say that, convention included, I was compliant 38/42 days. Squeaked out the A! +3 CON to me.

Goal 2: Stick to the workout calendar

I am sad to say that I did not track this as closely as I should have. My best estimate goes a little like this: I was solid for my first three weeks, fell off for twoish, and was okay for my last one to one and halfish. I'm going to call it a C, although that's probably generous. +1 STR, +1 DEX

Goal 3: Not a calendar -- do one dead hang pull up

Didn't make it. This was a real lesson in goal-setting. Moving from a 75 pound assist to a dead hang pull up in six weeks suddenly seems laughably naive. Not that it's laughable to aim high! Aiming high in the long term is badass. Aiming reasonably in the six week time frame is important for implementing the high aims, as some of the NF elders around here can attest. No points.

Goal 4: Stick to the study calendar

10-12 lessons = A; 7-9 = B; 6-8 = C; 3-5 = D. +2 WIS, +2 CHA

I ended up only doing 4 lessons in total, which is frankly fine. I got more paid work than I expected or budgeted time for, so not reaching this goal is okay by me. +.5 WIS, +.5 CHA

Starting stats: STR: 5.5 | DEX: 2 | STA: 5 | CON: 6.5 | WIS: 3 | CHA: 4

Ending stats: STR: 6.5 | DEX: 3 | STA: 5 | CON: 9.5 | WIS: 3.5 | CHA: 4.5

Battle Log

"Either you take care of business and give yourself the best chance of survival (while accepting the inherent fuckedupitude and randomness of life), or you relinquish all hope entirely." -- Krista Scott-Dixon

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(I'm not elligible due to poor performance anyway, but I'd like to update with the rest of the group!)

This quest I completed:

Cardio 3x: 0.72% C-

Strength 3x: 0.44% (ew) F

Study 2 hours per day: 0.79% C+

Stick to my food reform: 0.97%!!! A!

Stats Gained:

Starting +Rewards =Ending

4.5 +3.2 =7.7 STR

9.7 +2.4 =12.1 WIS

7.5 +2.9 =10.4 CON

6.0 +0.0 =6.0 CHA

4.0 +0.0 =4.0 DEX

8.2 +2.2 =10.4 STA

In light of my poor performance in strength-training (44% is definitely an F), C- performance in Cardio, C+ in Studying I'm going to call this Dragonquest a "miss". Hey, no one stays on a horse the first time, who expects to stay on a DRAGON the first time? I've been studying though (at an A!) and know that next time I meet that dragon, it's mine.

WeyrCat Level 7, 2.
Neutral Gallifreyan Ranger - Sub-Class Druid.
STR: 2 DEX: 2 STA: 4 CON: 4 WIS: 4 CHA: 4
Challenge: 7. Rerolling! Run. Rehydrate, Read, repeat. - 
Teams: Prismatic Fanatics
"Do all the things!"
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[First NF 6 Week Challenge / General report]

I also put my report here !

Starting Attributes

Level 1

STR 3| DEX 2 | STA 1 | CON 3 | WIS 3 | CHA 3


Getting back on track

- Find a Taekwondo club, with twice lessons a week.

- As I don't have a club, try a easy workout on Nerd Fitness and practice at least twice a week.

=> Gives me (+2 STR/+2 DEX/+2 STA) I want to make some adjustments with my first goal attributes (which were initially think for Taekwondo lessons) : instead of 2 STR | 2 DEX | 2 STA, it's 1 STR | 3 DEX | 1 STA | 1 WIS

- Running, at least once a week. (+2 STA)

- 2 fruits and 2 vegetables per day. (+3 CON)


- Reading at least 30mn/day. (+3 WIS)


About my fitness goals :

- I didn't a Taekwondo club but an Aïkido one. I didn't manage to exercise twice a week, so it will be a C+ for this goal.

- Running : EPIC FAIL !!! Only once during the all challenge, easy to rate => F !

About my eating goal : It wasn't perfect too, but I'm quite happy with this goal. I was able to eat different kind of fruits/veggies and I also start to find a way to deal with food and my Crohn's! :D I rate it with a B !

About my reading goal : The best result here, it will be a A !

General rating => C+ !

Mini-challenges complete :

[Fall frenzy] Burpees: 70.

[Fall frenzy] Jumping madness: Assassins vs Rangers: jump (without :P) rope: 7200

[Fall Frenzy] Battle Round 5: I wanted to read at least 1 hour a day, but I was out at least 3 days so I couldn't.

Lessons learned :

- Be very specific with goals definition, it helps a lot to achieve them !

- Track everything and everyday. And keep it simple, a few words are enough! I realized that it's hard to remember everything and to find the results of the past weeks, especially at the end of the challenge.

- Rank my goals everyweek.

- See how to use the forum tools, especially how to follow threads and organize the important informations and threads.

Ending Attributes

Level 2

STR 3.5 | DEX 3.5 | STA 1.5 | CON 5 | WIS 6.5 | CHA 3

STR 7.5 | DEX 1.5 | STA 4.5 | CON 5 | WIS 6.5 | CHA 3Challenges : First | Second Third


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I know I'm way too late to enter but thot i'd post some results

Challenge #1 - Be able to do 3 sets of 15 pullups and of chinups at different times. STR: +3 CH: +3

I got up to 7 deadhang pullups, so this was a pretty good improvement, not quite what i wanted tho. I give myself a C so STR:+1.5 and CH +1.5

Challenge #2 - Be able to run the block, around 6.4 km, in 30 minutes. STA: +3 CON: +1

Hurt my knee during the jump rope challenge and wasn't able to do this again. F and no change

Challenge #3 - Only 1 serving of dessert/day. And no snacking on chocolate, candy, or chips. CHA: +1 WIS: +1 CON: +1

Started off on this really good, then at halloween i did absolutely horrendous. D. CHA WIS CON all plus .25

Life Challenge - Spend time listening to the Spirit of God daily. WIS: +3

Did pretty good on this. I would say I got about 2/3s of the days so a B . WIS +2

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Mark, Level 2 Giant Ranger

STR 4.5|DEX 2|STA 1|CON 3.25|WIS 5.25|CHA 4.75

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