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I pretty much did a pull up. Bit of kipping but got there. My entire life I could never do anything like that, now I can do four chin ups in a row.
Next goal is get under 100kg (chinning that four times sounds kind of impressive now haha) and doing a pistol squat.
207.6 this morning! I had resigned myself to the fact that anything starting with a 1 was just impossible for someone withy frame.
At my current weight, I think I still have 25 more to go. The thinking that goes along with a steady inching upward in the scale over the years is "if I could just lose 30 pounds, I'll be on the cover of men's health!"
I skipped my lht workouts the last two weeks because we've been packing/moving/unpacking boxes and furniture for that long. I miss them and can't wait for Monday's workout. Been getting plenty of sun, too. Stress is coming down quite a bit now that the move is finished.
Liberalism: ideas so good they have to be mandatory.
My GF and I are in a long distance relationship... I gave her the PB and asked her to read it because it is very important to me that we see nutrition the same way for our future.... she just called me from her layover saying that she had gotten through the first 100 pages and that she totally gets it and agrees with all of the information thus far... although... she's sad that beans are outta there!
My weight this morning was 99,7kg which is quite good considering that i haven't been below 100kg for the last years. Still some to go, but it was my goal for the start of july, and well I am still happy reaching it two weeks late .
Actually mine has surpassed his for awhile... but, it's not a big deal. My husband is an active duty soldier in the Army (11B Infantry, 4 tours of duty: 3 Iraq, 1 Afghanistan!) and during his typical day he's on duty from 6 am to 6 pm, sometimes earlier, sometimes later, and we go to bed at 9 pm. Wake at 5 am the next day and repeat. So he's usually understandably tired. My approach is if it happens it happens, and I don't press it otherwise.