This evening marks the starting point of my pull-up challenge. My goal is to do 25 pull-ups by December 5th. I am calling this my “25 for Dec 25th”. 🙂 From 11/22 to 12/25 gives me 33 days to meet my goal. Details: +Excellent form (all the way up, all the way down) -No swinging or pumping of legs -No time limit, i.e. hanging on the bar and resting is allowed Tomorrow I will post my initial max pull-up starting
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Question: Help! How do I remove or delete someone from my Aria scale?! – Josie R. Answer: Voila, after your next scale synchronization the name will no longer show! 🙂 Bets regards, –J.D.
My wife’s Garmin Forerunner 230 recently started having some time issues. Specifically, showing the wrong time 🙁 First I tried setting the time manually and that worked until her next Bluetooth sync, then it seemed to get the incorrect time again. Eventually, the following worked to fix her watch time permanently: set the time back to Automatic make sure GPS is enabled* (and GLONASS for good measure) make sure the watch gets a GPS lock to sync the time *Enable GPS:
Draft… TomTom Spark 3 Cardio + Music GPS: Yes Storage: Adidas miCoach Smart Run Moto 360 Sport GPS: Yes Intenral storage: 4GB
I’m preparing a report on the Nutrisystem weight loss system. So far I have been impressed with the information and results I have found. If any readers have experience with the system, please post in the comments below. Thanks!
Over the years I’ve tried a variety of pullup programs. The Armstrong Pullup Program is the best of the bunch for me. Simple, effective and free. You can’t really beat that! Here are some links to versions of the program: (links removed b/c they don’t have the original [and best IMHO] version of the program, comment if you need the best version. thx) If anybody out there would like more info about how the program works and what kind of
Workout: 5:56 PM 6/20/2011 After a week and a half of sporadic working out, I am back to my regular consistent routine and very happy about it! Results of the fit test: switch kicks 94 power jacks 46 power knees 97 power jumps 26 globe jumps 9 suicide jumps 14 pushup jacks 30 low plank oblique 80/2 = 40
Week 1 Insanity Recap and Tips First, hang in there! One of the great things about the Insanity workout is that there are very few “counting reps” type exercises. Instead, you are gradually working out to your max potential every workout. This could make it a bit discouraging in the beginning if you are significantly slower than the people in the video, however, if you stick with it you will be up to speed in no time! Secondly, watch out