breebles Posted October 27, 2015 Report Share Posted October 27, 2015 So this is my second time doing the 6 week challenge. I was doing pretty well the first time until real life got in the way with some serious drama. But, now that I am happier and subsequently gained 10 pounds, I'm getting unhappy again.So to sum me up: Suffer from Churgg-Straus syndrome, on a daily dose of Prednisone for the rest of my life, high anxiety and bipolar depression, just went from working a job where I ran around roughly 5 miles a day to a desk job where I'm lucky I get a mile of walking done a day, and I'm pretty broke so "eating healthy" is ridiculously difficult from a financial stand point. My stress levels affect my health and exercising reduces stress (so my therapist says ), so here we go. Main Quest:Waist Size: 32 InchesWeight: 140 Pounds Current Stats:Waist Size: 41 InchesWeight: 186 Pounds Side Quests:Protein Shakes: 5 per week15 Minute Workouts: 5 per weekHome-cooked Meals: 3 per week Grading:Protein Shakes / Workouts:A = 5 per week / 28+ totalB = 4 per week / 25+ totalC = 3 per week / 19+ totalD = 4 per week / 13+ totalF = 5 per week / 12- total Home-cooked Meals:1 = Freshly cooked / .5 = Left oversA = 3 per week / 16+ totalB = 2.5 per week / 13+ totalC = 2 per week / 10+ totalD = 1.5 per week / 7+ totalF = 1 per week / 6- total Current Grade:Protein Shakes: - A30 Minute Workouts: - AHome-cooked Meals: - A *For anyone wondering why I've chosen "home cooked meals" as a quest: I live alone, I have a super long commute to and from work, I'm tired and cranky, so I come home and eat a can of soup or a hot pocket. Even if I'm making baked macaroni and cheese or spaghetti, it's still better than preservative, additive and chemical laden pre-made foods. I can't commit to "eating healthy" right now (finances) so I'd rather keep it broad but still better than what I'm doing. 2 Quote Dwarf Level 0 | Adventurer-dreaming-of-being-an-AssassinYear Goal: Lose 40 lbs | Long-term Goal: Become a FreerunnerOverall Goal: 0%0% 6 Week Challenge: 25.6%25.6% Link to comment
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