This tribe is to create 30 day challenges to facilitate consistent progress.
Challenge #3: Form goals.
Goals need to be specific, measurable, and practical. And have a plan for getting back on the wagon if you fall off.
Having measurable goals and actually tracking them is how you stay on target by recognizing slippages.
And have some kind of reward in mind for when you achieve the eventual goal.
@redpillschool doing a mix of things. What I've noticed is that if I run out of calories early, I break the diet. I run on tea/coffee until 2pm, and then start counting calories from there. By the time I go to bed, I have about 100 or less left in my budget.
Minimizing the amount of discipline needed is key. Some people resist eating what they want all day, when they've never been disciplined in their lives, and inevitably fail. Chugging tea and having larger meals later in the day eliminates this.
I decided recently that I wanted to lose weight. Done being a fat fucker.
I implemented the tips from the book Atomic Habits, by James Clear, to be able to run 60 minutes, at a full pace, without stopping or panting. After incrementing 1-2 minutes / day, I'm at 50 minutes. A few more days and I will reach my cardio goals.
I'm now challenging myself to build up habits with calorie counting. You can't outrun a bad diet, so it's worth making counting calories a habit until eating smaller portion sizes becomes a habit.
I'm using Noom, which has a free library of foods to help count calories. If you want to join, any library is a good tool to make this easier.
Okay, next day follow-up here. 3rd of July, 10 am here. Yesterday night, I forgot brushing. The morning was a disaster; my mouth smelled like a garbage truck. Do not recommend. Anyways, ate breakfast, went to gym, worked out (I'm in dire need of diet and workout, so I'm not stepping down from these in any way) and I'm at work now. My mouth begs for toothpaste at the moment, so about to brush them teeth about now.
Motivated to do more, and do better. Life sucks a little less when you push yourself for being even slightly better every day. Yes it's too long again, thanks for bearing with me. Toodles.
Hey, fresh here. Noticed that I need to work on my discipline level, and hygiene too, so I'm opening my own 30-day challenge: hygiene discipline. Yeah, self-challenge on hygiene, so ambitious (!), I know. Still, I'd update daily. It will be my day 1, so my target today is brushing my teeth twice a day, without getting lazy about it. Showers and clean clothes are awesome, but I'm catastrophically lazy about brushing my teeth. I know, I'm odd. It's 3 pm now, and I already skipped the morning brush, so yeah... Okay, this guy gotta go and brush his long-neglected teeth. Toodles.
The challenge : 30 day with no Social medias ( Snapchat, Facebook, Messenger, Instagram )
The rules : dating apps are authorized only at a rate of 30 minutes per day. YouTube should be part of the mix because it's just as much of a time killer but if it's for personal development it will be tolerated. You can text/call people if it's necessary.
The purpose : This is to dissociate yourself from this mass BS validation abomination. You need to spend 30 days with no noise. Think back on your life, how many hours have you been spending on those stupid platforms in the last 365 days ? If you had to multiply those hours by the average salary for a part time job in your region of the world, how much many would you have in your pocket to invest ? What business could you start with those free hours ? How much more financial freedom would it bring ? How much more in shape would you be right now ? How would your diet look like ? How much time would you spend actually improving your overall life ? That's the damn purpose of this challenge
Now mind you with all that is happening in the world, it's the PERFECT time to invest in yourself and get ready to ride the wave of the economic boom that will happen after.
Work on your SHIT my Gs,
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Did not wrote for 3 or more days I think. I had to study I studied more than usual. I did on every day 200 push ups. And then 30 military bed push ups don’t know the name. And every second day 50 squads with weights. Push ups are near easy now. I can tank a lot now on my arms. I started to see 2 days ago physical changes I am starting to get the V Shape but just in the upper body. Still looks amazing. The routines start to become part of me. Besides that goods are starting to happen.
So day 4 went with a good start, studied good could do better did my Training than I thought About doing 300 push ups and was like thats unhuman like. Today i raised the bar and from tmw on the minmum is 30 bed Prison push ups, 200 push ups 50 russian Squads with 2kg. Today I dis These too. Starting to feel different.