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TypeC Exercise Challenge and Contest

Bilateral Entry

Internet User
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Aug 17, 2012
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459
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I've been lifting weights every other day for a couple weeks, and have a very clean diet. I feel fatter though. Lolsy. I took some measurements and pix a couple days ago though, so I can compare it later.
 
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garbage

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Looks like this is still going on. Good. I'm recovered enough from the ol' hip surgery to do a bit of biking and elliptical stuff (PT has me doing it anyway), but also some weights. After a bit of a lapse, it's time to get back into action.

It's gonna be a bitch because it's migraine season, so I'll do what I can.

1. Sleep consistency. Aim to sleep at 12:00, no matter what.
2. Elliptical or bike 10 minutes, 4 times a week. That's twice from PT, but also two extra sessions.
3. At least two sessions of weights (during my 'extra sessions' which actually take place at a gym), focused on upper body.
4. Another goal of mine is to set a reasonable goal for eating. Not sure what yet, other than ensuring that I cut out beef.

I use this task tracker, by the way. Awesome stuff. You can set your own goals, how often you want to achieve them, and get reminders to check the checkboxes if/when you've done them.
 

Udog

Seriously Delirious
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Aug 2, 2008
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[MENTION=206]Randomnity[/MENTION] - I believe this is the first challenge. Since it was the first one we didn't need to specify the year! :D
 

Fay

I am
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Jun 6, 2013
Messages
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I finally went running today and it actually feels awesome. I walked fast 2 miles, ran 1 mile and ran up and down the stairs for about 10 minutes. I'm not really used to this type of exercise, so it was pretty hard for me, but I did it and it was totally worth it. My legs are going to kill me tomorrow.
 

SirCanSir

Member
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Apr 5, 2020
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hmm
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hmm
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sp/sx
After a long series of thoughts and questioning i realized that doing housework is the best exercise for discipline. Its boring as hell and very structure demanding (good for a quarantined mind) but also it can make your only available environment look fresh and clean. The results are amazing. I dont remember ever having something distracting me from my computer screen as much before but it seems that there is a shine rival now.
I feel more comfortable in my home than my head now.
#stayhomelads
 

Jonny

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Sep 8, 2009
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3,120
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My Coronavirus diet/workout routine is going well...

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Grusdytre

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Oct 18, 2017
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It's been easier for me to lose weight now because I've been forced to strictly stick with a healthy diet because you never know when you will get infected with Coronavirus. Plus, being stuck at home and got nothing better to do but do some zumba and exercise.
 
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