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#461 lost.in.eternity

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Posted 24 June 2020 - 10:32 PM

Do you know what you were sick with?? I have a buddy who does uphill ski challenges; he just did 100,000 human powered vert in a couple months, and blew it out of the water at 125k! I’d love to do something like that. Though it’s too late now for snow! Maybe trail running.
Oh man and then Aaron Rice doing 2.5mil in a year!!! He looked like literal death, but I was (and still am) so amazed at the dedication (also at your feat). Do you have any plans to reward yourself or just the achievement in itself??
I really really want to come up with a goal that will take some dedication from me. I feel like I haven’t achieved anything in years.


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I have no idea what I had, but my whole crew had it at work, too, and we were all sick as dogs! We really aren't sure if we had the rona, but maybe? None of us has insurance, so hard to say?? It was truly awful though

You got me interesting, so I checked out my vert and I've got 128,000 in since May 1 - made me feel a bit better for being totally and completely destroyed! I totally was focused on days and then peak skiing, but obviously when you do that you're getting a good 3-3,500' day in. You should try it! Running would be fun. Especially now - I don't know what your work situation is, but I'm most likely out of work till September, so these goals have given me something to focus on? Dude - Aaron Rice was insane! There's a tiny part of me that would want to try that, but I also think it would destroy me :/ 

Haha...and I'm so obsessive over exercise I didn't think of a reward. Honestly...that endorphin high/adrenaline rush I get from ski mountaineering was definitely a reward. (I'm actually coming down hard from not having that all the time, it blows)

 

You climb a lot, right? You could make some sort of climbing goal? (I'm not really a climber, just worked in a mountaineering shop for a while, so I don't know what a good goal is) 


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Posted 29 June 2020 - 01:38 PM

I've totally been using my period as an excuse to binge all this week and I know it. But on the plus side, tonight I'm gonna pull a proper plate! For reps! Gonna happen! (.....sumo.)
Also, I managed to make shirataki noodles taste good* for the first time ever, which is nothing short of a miracle.

*I say good to mean "passable". After rinsing and draining and rinsing and draining and pressure cooking in broth and skillet-drying and simmering in a sauce over the course of several hours, I finally had something I found not totally off-putting. Made my husband try to make sure I wasn't delusional, he says "what, they taste like normal instant noodles?" I am almost more amazed by this than my strength feat to come.
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Posted 29 June 2020 - 10:33 PM

Did 30min plyo cardio, 40min strength training circuits, and then another 30min plyo cardio. I ate more than usual yesterday so I had the energy. Now am dead lol. 8-10km run tomorrow with the boy, I can't wait. n.n
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Posted 08 July 2020 - 06:10 AM

I’m a runner, at least I want to call myself that.  :D

I love running, but I don’t do it often enough. Yesterday I ran a half marathon (in my new barefoot running shoes :wub: ) and it felt so good! I’m gonna go for a short run again today. 


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Posted 08 July 2020 - 10:36 PM

I've been hiking a lot lately, 3 sometimes 4 hours at a time and my legs look so stocky but its so fun oh the dilemma

 

today I wanna go for a light run if i can manage to get my feet out of my bed.


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Posted 12 July 2020 - 09:36 AM

hello hello late to the party but !!

 

i run, and am currently trying to complete a half marathon - - amesuki v intrigued about your barefoot shoes!

 

i'm maybe a little obsessed with running + burning cals but to be honest it's the only thing keeping me sane so ‍♀‍♀‍♀

 

i have a food/exercise ig but i follow a lot of low restrictors +/ non-active people which is alright but would be nice to have people more similar to me too :-)

 

if you have a food/exercise ig let me know pls !!


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Posted 12 July 2020 - 10:55 AM

I run 5-6 miles a day on local trails. Yes, rest days are good! I need that to sink into my ED brain before I hurt myself! I get panicky when I don't run, like I'll gain even tho I know that is not true (just 1 day off).
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Posted 12 July 2020 - 10:55 AM

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Posted 12 July 2020 - 04:08 PM

I run 5-6 miles a day on local trails. Yes, rest days are good! I need that to sink into my ED brain before I hurt myself! I get panicky when I don't run, like I'll gain even tho I know that is not true (just 1 day off).

nice! i did a trail run today, been enjoying them lots. and this this this!! i stayed at my boyf's over the weekend and we managed to do two runs but there were two consecutive days * GASP * that i didn't run and i spent them being a nervous wreck whilst with his family. but now that i'm running again i realised i needed that time off. oh the joys of exercise addiction...


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Posted 13 July 2020 - 11:09 AM

Went for a hike with the boy yesterday... felt anxious af, like I had to train HARD. Ended up purging twice throughout the day due to it. Today is a new day, NO PURGING, and going to train hard as hell after work to make up for it all. xoxox
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Posted 14 July 2020 - 06:16 PM

Went for a hike with the boy yesterday... felt anxious af, like I had to train HARD. Ended up purging twice throughout the day due to it. Today is a new day, NO PURGING, and going to train hard as hell after work to make up for it all. xoxox


stay strong!! 💖💖

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Posted 18 July 2020 - 07:25 AM

Ah I am late to this thread but i love this!!!

 

I am a dancer, and I also do tons of pilates, yoga, walking, and, when I'm at school, hiking as well (my university is in the mountains).

As far as diet goes, I'm a pescetarian, and I don't consume dairy except for cheese. 


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#473 Katatat

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Posted 03 August 2020 - 10:51 AM

Again! I’ve been caught in a depression slump. My fitness hasn’t really gone down because of my job, but I want to get back into my routines.
Doing anything in the area outside right now... is incredibly daunting. We have more tourists in the area now then last summer. Cars are parked up the street passed my house to get to the beach. People are just straight up not going home when they come here for vacation.
We went fly fishing yesterday at a reservoir I thought wouldn’t be too crowded, because well it’s a reservoir and we live at the largest alpine lake in North America, so this reservoir shouldn’t be bad.
I was wrong. Majorly wrong. We found a somewhat lone spot but then this giant drunk family pushed their unicorn floaty with five other floaties tied to it UP THE RIVER where we were fishing. Like wtf is wrong with people. On top of that - 3 other groups saw where we were and invaded our spot. (We set up somewhere you had to walk kinda far from where we parked, so it was empty at first).
I’m just frustrated. I already don’t like crowds anyway, but with covid on top of it all, just not stoked.
How is everyone handling summer, covid, and athletics?


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#474 Daerienn

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Posted 05 August 2020 - 03:06 PM

Can I join? I'm an athlete, and been one most of my life. I used to be a volleyball player, but I fractured my arm, and broke my tendon on my right hand, and my pinky is paralized lol. The docs told me I shouldn't play anymore.

So I picked up running etc.

Atm, I : •do bodybuilding style training (and compete/won a few shows) 6/week.

•Run at least 8 km/day (I usually aim for 10-12)

•Go on hikes every week

•Do at least 1 hour of yoga every day.

•Try to restrict below 1200 cals/day.

Well, at least this past week, since I came out of recovery not too long ago, and I've been having my weight monitored or I'm back to hell.

I also used to bike ride, but my bike broke and am too broke to fix it atm lol.

I love how motivating everyone seems to be in here!


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Posted 06 August 2020 - 10:06 PM

I mostly run/ yoga but you ladies are inspiring me to give climbing a try!!
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Posted 07 August 2020 - 07:57 AM

Going for a cleansing forest run tonight after work I can't wait!!
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Posted 15 November 2020 - 01:46 PM

Guys, I know it’s been a while.
I climbed!! And it felt so good. I climbed hard for not having climbed in so long. V3’s 5.10’s.

I’m going again tonight an dim really hoping I caught the climbing bug again, because damn I’ve missed that passion.

I felt like I couldn’t post here for a long time. Work was too hard this summer to workout around it, but from climbing those grades without any practice in months, I can tell I’ve kept my strength because of how busy work was. Hope I’m welcome to rejoin as a non practicing athlete trying to re-enter my sport.

I missed everyone!


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Posted 15 November 2020 - 11:54 PM

I went for a hike with my dog and climbed today!

5.9+, 5.11-, 5 (v3), 1 (v4), 2 (v2)

Climbing was a quick session, just an hour. I’m still proud of myself for being active today. Weekends have been pretty depressing, but today was truly wonderful.

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I ate chicken twice today like a weirdo.

Foooooood
Chicken salad for “breakfast” at 4pm.
Blueberry RX bar before climbing
Chicken fajitas after climbing.


Easy source of protein I guess?


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Posted 16 November 2020 - 10:41 AM

I’m thinking of doing a yoga/stretching routine later- thought I’d ask if anyone has a good step by step for a particular full body stretch?
I tried not to push too hard yesterday on long routes, that’s why I only did one, but I’m still sore. If not I’ll post what I do here later!

It’s always weird to go from not working out to working out.


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