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17 Apr 2017 08:26 - 20 Apr 2017 16:02 #281016 by MartaLina
Ok so 100 days are just not doing it for me , i want to set a smaller goal of 30 days and build from there

Who is with me ?

Every Noob is welcome to join ,

1. Pick a challenge
- 50 crunches a day or squats or something else to do with sports if you want or
- 2x 20 minutes of meditation a day or
- 15 min learning a language or
- whatever challenge you can come up with and stick to it for 30 days

Important : Check in here regularly and encourage eachother

We start on wednesday 19 april :)


Team Noob

Cyan Sarden
Arisaig
Omhu Cuspor
Albali Cometlast
Obo Näm
Dano Ori
JL Spinner
Jack Troutman
Alfuria
Calan
Marta Lina Thomassen
Last Edit: 20 Apr 2017 16:02 by MartaLina.
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17 Apr 2017 08:31 - 17 Apr 2017 08:32 #281017 by Cyan Sarden
I am! I've just set another 100 day challenge for myself, but I'll be glad to accompany team noob for the first 30 :-)
Last Edit: 17 Apr 2017 08:32 by Cyan Sarden.
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17 Apr 2017 08:33 #281018 by MartaLina
How very Knightly of you brother :woohoo:
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17 Apr 2017 17:34 #281049 by Arisaig
This bite-sized version seems more managable for me at the moment. I'd be with you if this became a thing. :)
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17 Apr 2017 17:40 #281050 by Obo Nâm
Ok, Noob question...

What does this actually entail...?
I've tried finding the original 100 days posts but have failed...
And can new Noobs play too? :)
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17 Apr 2017 17:44 #281051 by MartaLina
Every Noob is welcome to join ,

1. Pick a challenge
- 50 crunches a day or squats or something else to do with sports if you want or
- 2x 20 minutes of meditation a day or
- 15 min learning a language or
- whatever challenge you can come up with and stick to it for 30 days

Important : Check in here regularly and encourage eachother

We start on wednessday 19 april :)
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17 Apr 2017 17:58 #281052 by Cyan Sarden
This can be any attainable goal and is highly individual. For me this'll be daily push-ups, a low-carb diet 6 days a week and 15-20 minutes of meditation per day, for example.
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17 Apr 2017 18:10 #281053 by Obo Nâm
Ok... I'm in....

1. No more than one glass of wine....
2. Cycle round the block once a day (my 'block' is about 5 miles)
3. 30 min on meditation or alternatively Initiate programme study...

Sign me up!
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17 Apr 2017 18:13 #281054 by Omhu Cuspor
I like this 30-day timeframe. With a shorter timeframe than 100 days, I'm less likely than I'd otherwise be to slough off a day's effort, reasoning that there's plenty of time to make up the difference later.

Is it suitable to set a 30-day goal, as opposed to committing to do x minutes or repetitions of an activity every day? I have a long-term goal related to the number of pullups I can do, and can set a target for how far along I want to be in 30 days - but as some of my workouts involve pullups and others involve complementary exercises, I won't be doing pullups every day.
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17 Apr 2017 18:28 #281056 by MartaLina

Omhu Cuspor wrote: I like this 30-day timeframe. With a shorter timeframe than 100 days, I'm less likely than I'd otherwise be to slough off a day's effort, reasoning that there's plenty of time to make up the difference later.

Is it suitable to set a 30-day goal, as opposed to committing to do x minutes or repetitions of an activity every day? I have a long-term goal related to the number of pullups I can do, and can set a target for how far along I want to be in 30 days - but as some of my workouts involve pullups and others involve complementary exercises, I won't be doing pullups every day.


Good question , if you file them under *workout* it should be fine , you can do whatever you need to do that day and check in here that you are working on your goal :)
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