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Happy New Year, nerds!

 

2017 is going to be quite a year.  There's a lot of upheaval coming up not far over the horizon (which I'll be less of vague about when certain paperwork is actually finalised and things are confirmed) so there'll be many things to do, loads of races (already entered nine so far) including my first attempt at OCRs, lots of fun, lots of stress, lots of moving around.  I also have tentative plans ahead for my cosplay at CNF2018, but that's going to require me to be both 1) in much better shape than I currently am, and 2) much more confident/happy with my body as well (these two kinda feed into each other a bit, obviously).

 

I have duly gone through my year and split all the individual targets into smaller stepping stones, and hence here is what I'm aiming for by the end of February:

  • Lose 15lbs (currently sitting at 232lbs, having lost 25lbs over the course of 2016) - this will get me back to the size I was when I arrived at the sandpit, which was a decent racing weight where I tended to not get injured as often.
  • Get my first pull-up from deadhang - I have been SO close for ages, and I really need to get this one in the bag.  Proper targetted training is required!
  • Get my weekly long run back up to 13M again by the end of February at the latest, as I have a half-marathon in late March - just coming back off a near-injury (I rested the niggle before it could become a full-blown one) so I'm dropping the distances a bit and working back up again.

 

Out of all the things I could pick for my quests to get these done, the ones I've decided to focus on are the ones which I am most likely to neglect when things all get busy, but are actually the most important:


1) Stick to meal prep/don't eat like an arsehole
I will prep all my breakfasts, snacks, lunches, and dinners for the working week and some of the ones for the weekend too.  When I am going off plan (I enjoy eating out with friends and still intend to do so once a week) I will not eat like an arsehole.


2) Daily yoga & foam rolling
Injury prevention is paramount when you're my size and enjoy running; my leg muscles tighten up really easily and need daily attention to keep me even vaguely supple.  At a minimum I will do one of the NF yoga mini-sessions every day, preferably a longer session if at all possible.  And I want to be able to work my way up to managing the more difficult videos eventually too.

 

3) Weights 3x/week INCLUDING LEGS
I will go to the gym three times a week, not switching my programme around until after the end of February.  I will definitely do legs once a week too - despite my form getting corrected at Camp, I still get nervous and really self-conscious when squatting and deadlifting.  I have been making steady progress though, with the numbers gradually creeping up again, so I am going to stick at it.

 

LQ) Self-care list
A recent weekly challenge in one of the NFA groups inspired me to draw up a list of certain things which I need to do more of to ensure my mood & life in general stay on an even keel, along with a list of other things which I need to do less of for similar reasons.  I am going to review this list daily and compare it to what I'm actually doing in practice to see if I can head off any downward spirals before they go too far.  With the amount of stress and routine-disprutping events I'm expecting over the next few months, I really cannot emphasise how important it is that I stick to this one.

 

So there's my challenge.  I'm going to do my best to keep tabs on other people's as well, but I can't guarantee I'll be able to do so consistently.  I feel bad about this, but I also really kinda need to be selfish at the moment, if you see what I mean.  I promise I'll get back up to speed with you all eventually though!

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Hello!  Good to have you along!

 

The first day (I know it's Zero Week technically but I started this a few days ago) has gone well!

 

1) Stick to meal prep/don't eat like an arsehole
I ate my food and only my food at work, and this evening I have prepped another couple of days' worth of breakfasts.  Getting a bit too hungry before lunch, so I'm trying out a slightly larger breakfast to see if that helps with matters.


2) Daily yoga & foam rolling
Absolutely knackered this evening due to a bad night's sleep yesterday, but I got my foam rolling done before my run and just got done with my yoga too - a full Water A session, so I feel I have now earned a cuppa.

 

3) Weights 3x/week INCLUDING LEGS
I did Legs yesterday (hence the nice quad DOMS today), and after work I hit the gym for Back & Biceps.  I'm trying out following my runs on from this session, as it is the least punishing on my body in general.  So after the workout I drove home, foam-rolled my legs (still tight) and headed out for a slightly longer run than my last one on Friday - 4.2M in 36:43 @ 8:38/mile average.  Nothing to write home about, but nothing in my legs seized up or complained (apart from the aforementioned DOMS) so I'm going to try a bit further again on Wednesday, then hopefully get up to around 9M on Friday at running club.  I'll have company there so it won't be as incredibly dull as running round here always is...

 

LQ) Self-care list

I reviewed my selfcare list and I'm really glad I did - I realised that I was making a silly decision about something which meant I was going to miss up the opportunity to get an extra hour's sleep tonight when I've been complaining all day about being tired!  SO glad I wrote this list...

 

OK, off to read more of my Spartan Race book now to pick up training idea.  And drink that cuppa.

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The big question is, though -

 

What KIND of cuppa?!!?!?!

 

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You'd think with all the problems in this world, there'd be more answers. It's not fair...
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Thanks guys!

https://www.buzzfeed.com/beckybarnicoat/weird-british-quirks

 

I have so many new questions.

 

# 15 though kekekekeke~~

I also used to live near a place called "Pity Me".

And it was a cup of PG Tips. I am out of Yorkshire Tea.

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11 hours ago, Big_Show said:

And it was a cup of PG Tips. I am out of Yorkshire Tea.

 

At least it wasn't Lipton!!!

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41 minutes ago, shaar said:

 

At least it wasn't Lipton!!!

 

Liptons is NOT tea.  Fact.

 

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1) Stick to meal prep/don't eat like an arsehole
I stuck to my meal prep again despite temptations, and have arranged a nice meal out for lunch on Friday with some friends.  Probably going to eat out Saturday morning too for brunch, but this will be post-Legs so I will have earned it in advance.


2) Daily yoga & foam rolling
Done the Squat Mobility mini-session today but that's all I needed to do - somehow still got squat DOMS from Sunday!  Foam rolling will immediately follow posting this update.

 

3) Weights 3x/week INCLUDING LEGS
Chest, Shoulders & Triceps at the gym today, followed by half an hour on the cross-trainer.  Then after dinner I plugged in some podcasts and went for a half hour walk as well to round things off - I'm trying to do this every evening instead of just watching TV, as it all adds up eventually.

 

LQ) Self-care list
Went through the list again, identified some negative behaviours and stopped them early.  Exactly what the list is there for.

 

Just another couple of days before the weekend now!  It's definitely been a busy week, I'll be glad of the relaxation (by which I mean running club & two gym sessions)...

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48 minutes ago, shaar said:

At least it wasn't Lipton!!!

 

2 minutes ago, Big_Show said:

Liptons is NOT tea.  Fact.

You might get burned at the stake for suggesting otherwise!

 

Following along!

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Our challenges are really similar! I really like your "don't eat like an arsehole" goal. I called it "don't eat like an idiot," but an arse is what I feel like when I do it! 

 

I have no runs set up yet this year, but getting into running condition is one of my goals. I haven't been in real running shape since running the LuLuLemon half marathon a few years ago. Niggling knee injuries means that I'll be doing as much yoga/mobility work as I can manage throughout the challenge. 

 

What podcasts do you listen to while you walk? 

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11 hours ago, shaar said:

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BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHA *SNORT*

 

Many funny. Much laugh.

 

2 hours ago, IslandGirl_Becks said:

Our challenges are really similar! I really like your "don't eat like an arsehole" goal. I called it "don't eat like an idiot," but an arse is what I feel like when I do it! 

 

I have no runs set up yet this year, but getting into running condition is one of my goals. I haven't been in real running shape since running the LuLuLemon half marathon a few years ago. Niggling knee injuries means that I'll be doing as much yoga/mobility work as I can manage throughout the challenge. 

 

What podcasts do you listen to while you walk? 

 

I've got around 20 or so that I listen to while walking and while commuting - mainly comedy & fitness ones.  I've just recently finished catching up The Bugle and Welcome to Night Vale.

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Another good day!


1) Stick to meal prep/don't eat like an arsehole
This afternoon I felt like I was draggin' ass a bit and ended up raiding the vending machine for some sugar to boost me.  Looking back I was genuinely running low, but I was probably also bored as well.  Better pay more attention next time!


2) Daily yoga & foam rolling
These will be done after I've finished this post - ate late so still waiting for my dinner to settle a bit more.  Just a mini-session tonight again

 

3) Weights 3x/week INCLUDING LEGS
I still have slightly squat DOMS in my hamstrings from three days ago!  These muscles are obviously still not used to being in the exercise properly...

 

LQ) Self-care list
I arranged social time for next weekend already, and this weekend is sorted too!  This is somehow getting easier now that people know I'm leaving.

 

Today's training was a run after I met a mate for a coffee. Maybe it was because the temperature had gone down a bit more, or maybe it was due to the Americano, but this run felt the easiest it has in ages!  Although admittedly a week ago today was my first run in nearly a month.  So that could also be a factor.

 

Anyway, the run was 5.3M in 43:45 @ 8:11/mile and I thoroughly enjoyed it.  Now to rest up for running club on Friday morning (yin yoga stretching tomorrow evening to aid with this) where I shall attempt 3x 3mile loops at an easy pace.  That seems eminently manageable as long as I watch my running form.

 

Early to bed tonight if possible.  Definitely looking forward to catching up on some sleep at the weekend!

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Ok, so time for the weekend update!

 

1) Stick to meal prep/don't eat like an arsehole
I had some extra carbs on Thursday evening in preparation for running club, and also ended up with a couple of bottles of beer too.  No biggie though.

 

Friday lunch was a trip to the 360 Restaurant at the top of The Torch - I had the full three course meal including a nice steak and regret nothing, and as a result did not need to eat for the rest of the day.  What's even more surprising is that I also did not eat again despite not needing to!

 

Today I have done all my meal prep for the week - I have a chicken & bacon thing, a lamb dahnsak, and soon I shall have a pizza casserole as well.  That should all keep me going nicely!


2) Daily yoga & foam rolling
I only did mini-sessions on Thursday and Friday, but today I tried Water B for the first time in months.  Damn, that is harder than Water A!  I got through it though, and my Forward Fold has noticeably improved from where it was a week ago.  Almost like daily mobility work has a positive effect or something...

 

3) Weights 3x/week INCLUDING LEGS
I attempted Chest at the gym after running yesterday.  That was silly; won't be doing that again.  Had to bail on bench press on the second set as I was just too worn out.

 

This morning I did Legs at the gym - the squats went fine and continue to progress, but the deadlifts were rubbish and I stopped them after the second work set.  My form was all over the place, I couldn't get a decent grip (possibly due to using a different bar?) and I didn't want to risk injury.  I've just watched Jim & Staci's form video from the NFA site and so I'll have a much better go at it next time round instead.

 

Other exercise: running club involved a nice social 9.5M in 1:21:18 @ 8:33/mile average.  All went well, so I can definitely race next week and continue to bump my mileage back up gradually too.

 

Today I just went for a 4.2M walk to burn some more calories; my dinner should have been ready when I got back, but unfortunately I forgot to turn the slow cooker on at the socket as well after switching it on so it won't be ready for over an hour more.  Therefore I am going to sit and cry until it is.  Or possibly just read a book.  But I'll still be crying inside.  Inside my stomach.

 

LQ) Self-care list
I have stuck to this and changed arrangements for this coming week accordingly.  It really is helping my take a step back and look at my decisions a bit more critically!

 

So that's the end of my Zero Week - tomorrow's my first weigh-in and I'm feeling confident about it.  Even if I have realised that I read my measurements wrong last week and I actually have 18lbs to lose, not 15lbs...

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Hold the phone. Pizza casserole? I need more information! 

 

Well done on Zero Week!

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23 hours ago, Charlie_Quinn said:

Hold the phone. Pizza casserole? I need more information! 

 

Well done on Zero Week!

 

Thanks!

 

I'll hold fire on passing on the pizza casserole recipe until I've tried it again - I kinda got it all in the slow cooker and then didn't turn the plug on at the wall, so it all sat cold in its juices for a couple of hours extra and ended up kinda soggy.  It tasted nicer reheated tonight though, so I'll try it again properly next week and do it properly this time.

 

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Day 1!

 

I have made a good start to the week.

 

1) Stick to meal prep/don't eat like an arsehole

Today was entirely on plan; I really like the lamb dahnsak curry I made for lunches this week, and it also had the added bonus of making me eat a bit slower than I usually would on account of its spiciness.  Think I'll find another curry for next week's lunches as well if this continues to happen!


2) Daily yoga & foam rolling
I just did Water B again - as much as I hate the half-splits pose, as a direct result of it I just touched my toes for the first time in ages.  So it really does have a good effect, especially after going out running.  Followed it by attacking my calf muscles with the foam roller.  Ouch.

 

3) Weights 3x/week INCLUDING LEGS
Today was a running day - a nice 6.0M pootle around in 50:52 @ 8:26/mile average.

 

Afterwards on an impulse I had a go at a chin-up and managed one from deadhang FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER!  That has pleased me mightily.  My daily programme (apart from on back & biceps day at the gym) will now involve doing 1 full chin-up and 5 pull-ups from the standing position, lowering myself slooooowly into the deadhang.  Time to get that groove greased!

 

So that's my day!  It has pleased me.

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1 hour ago, Big_Show said:

 

I'll hold fire on passing on the pizza casserole recipe until I've tried it again - I kinda got it all in the slow cooker and then didn't turn the plug on at the wall, so it all sat cold in its juices for a couple of hours extra and ended up kinda soggy.  It tasted nicer reheated tonight though, so I'll try it again properly next week and do it properly this time.

Now that is just a tease ;) 

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