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50 Shades of the ABCs

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Saw REDDBETSY do one of these get to know me memes (The ABCs), and suggested she should have done a combo with this title. She told me to do my own, so, umm, I did!

Stealing the title back for myself, and doing both 50 questions and ABCs, since well, that’s where the title comes from, rather than any overimaginative love life.

If you make it to the end, you’ll know more about me than you ever wished you did.

A - Available or married: Available
B - Book: “Forrest Gump” and “The Godfather”, two instances where the movies do the books justice.
C - Cake or pie: Pie. Even better than death: www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNjcu
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D - Drink of choice: Faygo Rock n’ Rye
E - Essential item: Computer
F - Favorite color: Blue. Lifelong Michigan fan, might have something to do with it…Go Blue!
G - Game to play or watch: Ultimate Frisbee to play, hockey to watch
H - Hometown: Ypsilanti, Michigan
I - Indulgence: too many
J - Job: none at the moment. You hiring?
K - Kids and names: Not applicable
L - Life is incomplete without: Music
M - Music group or singer: Rush, Dream Theater. A guy named Fish for a solo artist.
N - Number of siblings: 1 brother, Soumya
O - Oranges or apples: Oranges. Though…can you make a pie out of ‘em?
P - Phobias/fears: Drowning
Q - Favorite quote: “If you can’t take it with you then what’s the use? I never saw a U-Haul being pulled behind a hearse.”― From the song, “Cynical” by the band Extreme www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtlhQ
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R - Reason to smile: My nephew, Sohan. 20 months old.
S - Season: Summer. Gotta cherish the good weather living in the upper Midwest.
T - Tattoos: None.
U - Unknown fact about me: Entirely defeating the purpose of the question, but…I can claim shepherding experience.
V - Vegetable you love: love might be to strong an emotion, but I’m very fond of cauliflower.
W - Worst habit: Procrastination
X - X-rays: A few. Teeth. Knee. Ankle. Hand. Face.
Y - Your favorite food: Pizza
Z – Zodiac sign: Gemini. (Born on the border, so some hororscopes say Taurus. They are wrong.)

50 Questions:

1. WERE YOU NAMED AFTER ANYONE? Kind of, yes. A god. Seriously. “Partha Sarathi” (first and middle) refers to Hindu deity Krishna, in his role as charioteer (Sarathi) for Arjun (Partha) during the battle mentioned in the Bhagavad Gita portion of the Mahabharata (one of the two major ancient Indian epics). en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gita

2. WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU CRIED? Not sure. Movies can cause me to spill a tear or two easily enough (like when we beat the Russians in Miracle, which I watched a couple of weeks ago), but out and out crying hasn’t happened in a long time.
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3. DO YOU LIKE YOUR HANDWRITING? No, not distinctive enough. And rather messy, too.

4. WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE LUNCH MEAT? Honey ham

5. DO YOU HAVE KIDS? No

6. IF YOU WERE ANOTHER PERSON WOULD YOU BE FRIENDS WITH YOU? Yes

7. DO YOU USE SARCASM A LOT? It slips out on occasion

8. DO YOU STILL HAVE YOUR TONSILS? Yes.

9. WOULD YOU BUNGEE JUMP? Sure, why not?

10. WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE CEREAL? Cinnamon Toast Crunch

11. DO YOU UNTIE YOUR SHOES WHEN YOU TAKE THEM OFF? Not if I can help it

12. DO YOU THINK YOU ARE STRONG? No

13. WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE ICE CREAM? Mint Chocolate Chip

14. WHAT IS THE FIRST THING YOU NOTICE ABOUT PEOPLE? Eyes, probably

15. RED OR PINK? Red – lived in Madison, home of the Badgers, for 9 years, closet has a few red items as a result

16. WHAT IS THE LEAST FAVORITE THING ABOUT YOURSELF? Geez, where do I start?

17. DREAM VACATION: Egypt, perhaps? So much history.

18. WHAT IS THE SPARK FEATURE THAT HAS HELPED YOU THE MOST? The people

19. WHAT COLOR SHOES ARE YOU WEARING? Barefoot at the moment.

20. WHAT WAS THE LAST THING YOU ATE? Fake cheez-its (store brand, reduced fat, the type that makes you wonder, “why am I even bothering with this flavorless cardboard stuff?”)

21. WHAT ARE YOU LISTENING TO RIGHT NOW? Music on random, right now spinning the Suicidal Tendencies song, “What Else Could I Do?” www.youtube.com/watch?v=D87R6
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22. IF YOU WERE A CRAYON, WHAT COLOR WOULD YOU BE? Burnt Umber – closest shade for self-portraits when I was a little kid.

23. FAVORITE SMELLS? Apple Cinnamon

24. WHO WAS THE LAST PERSON YOU TALKED TO ON THE PHONE? My brother

25. MOUNTAIN HIDEAWAY OR BEACH HOUSE? Beach House. Just not on a hurricane prone beach.

26. FAVORITE SPORTS TO WATCH? Hockey

27. HAIR COLOR? Black. A very few grays.

28. EYE COLOR? Brown

29. DO YOU WEAR CONTACTS? No

30. FAVORITE FOOD? Pizza

31. SCARY MOVIES OR HAPPY ENDINGS? Scary movies

32. LAST MOVIE YOU WATCHED? This Film is Not Yet Rated, documentary on the MPAA’s arbitrary rating system

33. WHAT COLOR SHIRT ARE YOU WEARING? White…wearing the ugly t-shirt! (a highly questionable prize for checking in on facebook 25 times from my former gym…it’s hideous and I wear it with pride. Just not out in public!)

34. SUMMER OR WINTER? Summer

35. HUGS OR KISSES? Hugs

36. FAVORITE DESSERT? Cookies

37. STRENGTH TRAINING OR CARDIO? The latter.

38. COMPUTER OR TELEVISION? Computer. Though the tv is necessary for being a sports junkie…hmm…

39. WHAT BOOK ARE YOU READING NOW?
When March Went Mad (about the Magic/Bird 1979 NCAA championship game), A Tale of Two Cities (Dickens)

40. WHAT IS ON YOUR MOUSE PAD? No mouse, so, uh, nothing!

41. ANY TATTOOS? No

42. FAVORITE SOUND? The loser trombone from the price is right. Cracks me up for some reason. www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ytCE
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43. ROLLING STONES OR BEATLES? Rolling Stones

44. WHAT IS THE FARTHEST YOU HAVE BEEN FROM HOME? India. The Taj Mahal is one of those places that no matter what expectations you take with you, the reality is even better.

45. DO YOU HAVE A SPECIAL TALENT? no

46. WHERE WERE YOU BORN? Ann Arbor, MI

47. WHERE ARE YOU LIVING NOW? Ypsilanti, MI

48. WHAT COLOR IS YOUR HOUSE? I live in a brown house

49. WHAT COLOR IS YOUR CAR? Silver

50. ANY PETS? Nope. My old roommates didn’t let me steal their dogs when I moved.


If you made it all the way through, that might qualify you for a masochist badge, which would fit nicely with the title of this entry. But my life, sadly, is far, far tamer than what I've heard about those books.

  
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PUNKY100 1/11/2013 3:29PM

    Masochist badge, eh? I think I already have one of those ;-)

And your life is far more entertaining...as far as I can tell, you don't just say 'oh my gosh' and bite your lip a lot :-P

This blog was much better written than those books ;-)

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KMM1123 1/11/2013 1:09AM

    Since it's no longer a secret, I think we all deserve the story behind your shepherding experience...

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KING_SLAYER 1/10/2013 10:10PM

    Where do I get my masochist badge?? I think everyone over the age of about 15 has had to have a few x-rays. I've had too many to count! MRI's are easier to keep track of, at last count I'd had 7 of those!

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CLPURNELL 1/10/2013 4:35PM

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GARDENCHRIS 1/10/2013 10:57AM

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CATTUTT 1/10/2013 10:54AM

    Well... aside from the Michigan thing... good blog! {I live in Columbus. :-p}

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KJDINSC 1/10/2013 8:37AM

    That was a fun read!

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ZOEANAEL 1/10/2013 8:23AM

    Made it through! I should do this too!

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FLEURGARDEN 1/10/2013 7:24AM

    Go Blue! :-)

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The perfect cookie is...

Wednesday, January 09, 2013

...a mystery to me. Depends on what I'm looking for, really, doesn't it? I can name a favorite cookie (Keebler's grasshoppers, girl scout thin mints), but these days, the standard of perfection lies in a different direction. I'm looking for that cookie that is delicious, but not irresistible. One that I turn to when I need a sweet treat, but not one that I'd desire immediately when my eyes fell upon its box. One that's there for me, but won't weigh me down, hold me back...wait, what was I talking about again? Oh yeah, cookies!

I'll tell you one that does not do the trick, the Kroger (upper midwest grocery chain) brand peanut butter chocolate chip cookies. They're a bit too delicious, to where I find myself grabbing a couple every few hours. It's a good thing when the store brand is a buck cheaper and better than what I remember the chips ahoy pb/cc tasting like. It's not a good thing when they won't last very long.

On the opposite end, it's can't be too bland, or too blase. Graham crackers just won't cut it, not without some accoutrements. And when you add chocolate and marshmallows to the mix, you've kind of defeated the purpose. There are other cookies that wouldn't cause me to reach for the box every time I pass by, like pecan sandies, but, seriously, does anyone actually like those things? This sort of thing ain't my bag, baby. (Cue chorus of sandie defenders in 3...2...1...)

So what is that perfect cookie, delicious enough to satisfy the occasional desire, and stolid enough to withstand cursory attention?

Wouldn't mind hearing nominations, or what you consider your own favorite cookie.

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Tonight's music is Rush, the Hold Your Fire album, but I'm compelled to share this video instead...a PMV done of their classic, 2112. And if you're not familiar with PMV, as I just found out from google a half hour ago, it's like anime, but done entirely with cartoon pony stuff...so, this vid is Rush, set to My Little Pony video...and it's bizarrely fantastic...

It's the whole song, 20+ minutes, so if limited for time or not a Rush fan (blasphemy!), just check out the Temples of Syrinx part, from about 3:30-6:15.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIABaWK5_Ys

  
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CLPURNELL 1/9/2013 9:35PM

    I am an oatmeal raisin fan myself. I have a weakness for thin mints lol.

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SARAALINE 1/9/2013 1:29PM

    I haven't had Pecan Sandies in ages. My great grandmother (from Biloxi Mississippi by way of Mobile Alabama) always had a thing of them on top of the fridge. I remember them being really good. I might have to buy a box now....

Also, we've got Kroger here in Virginia, not just limited to the upper midwest anymore. Y'all got any Piggly Wigglies?

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3016DEBRA 1/9/2013 12:51PM

  CHOCOLATE CHIP, PEOPLE!!! C'MON.....nothing is better than a warm gooey chocolate chip right out of the oven. emoticon emoticon

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MISTY_MOUNTAINS 1/9/2013 12:24PM

    Ginger Snaps... but they have to be soft ones, or it's just wrong. Graham crackers with a little peanut butter is delightful.

RUSH!! Love it. I just saw them a couple of months ago... amazing. A real treat for the eyes and ears!! Crazy musicianship.

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GENTLEDSOUL 1/9/2013 11:41AM

    I agree with some of the others too though. Cookies and many baked goods are trigger foods for me. I try not to keep much if any in the house. I have been experimenting with homemade healthier cookies though. Some good results over christmas, but it can still be tough when you have a whole batch just sitting there. Even healthified cookies aren't going to be good for you by the dozen.

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GENTLEDSOUL 1/9/2013 11:38AM

    I like almonettes if I want a full on cookie. I nibble around the iced part to make it last longer.

Also for small adjustable portions I like Annie's Bunny Grahams. They are like a tiny animal cracker and come in cinnamon, chocolate chip, and chocolate versions (at least). They are usually with the organic stuff at my store. A serving of 28 cookies (they are like an inch across but its still a lot! ) is only 140 calories, but for a cookie fix I can just grab 5-10 and not be in bad shape. I have also used them to add to air popped cinnamon popcorn for a sweet munchie treat with more volume.

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1CRAZYDOG 1/9/2013 11:32AM

    1. Ginger Snaps

2. Salerno Butter Cookies

3. PECAN SANDIES -- there -- I said it! LOL

4. Fig Newtons

All those nominations put forth, I don't keep these in the house anyway -- for me, it's just as the questions posed -- could be one cookie away from a binge!

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JKPONYGIRL 1/9/2013 8:41AM

    Graham crackers don't cut it, but that is the whole point! If you have something that does cut it, then you want to eat it, maybe all of it. Along those lines, 'Nilla wafers aren't so hot either but maybe just a little sweeter. I have been tryig to train myself to go for grapes or someother smalll, easy to grab fruit instead of a cookie.
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KJDINSC 1/9/2013 7:24AM

    How about Fig Newtons? They're good, but not terribly decadent. Good luck... I'm not safe around any cookies!

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KMM1123 1/9/2013 1:35AM

    Thanks, now I've got a hankerin' for some ginger snaps (my own nomination for a solid cookie choice) and more My Little Pony videos.

No joke - when I was little, I was friends with a girl simply because she had an awesome collection of My Little Pony dolls. It's just wrong what a seven year old me would do to further my imaginative play sessions...
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ADVENTURESEEKER 1/9/2013 1:33AM

    Homemade ones are the best!

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JUSTLLAMA 1/9/2013 1:31AM

    Mmmm...cookies!

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SLIMINDOWN31 1/9/2013 1:26AM

    Tat is the question. What can we eat w/out slipping into a complete binge.

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WHOVIANGIRL23 1/9/2013 1:23AM

    Um, I friggin' love cookies.

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SNAKATTAK!

Tuesday, January 08, 2013

Tonight's title brought to you by KMFDM. The second half of it, anyway.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4ne0Vy2oFY
The first bit refers to a quick pit stop made at the store between the gym and home to remedy an appalling lack of appealing junk food in the latter location. Perhaps it was to be expected that the proceeds of that pit stop found themselves disappearing down my gullet later on in the evening? Well, that's what they're there for, their value measured solely in noms. Well, their positive value, anyway.

Negative values were probably counteracted at the gym today, where I experienced pickleball for the first time. As far as a description, the video from the CBS early show from a couple of years ago does it justice with, "A combination of tennis, ping pong and badminton".

www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2KNhIgOkXM

It's basically mini tennis played on a badminton sized court, so a lot less running, which is great for me. I used to play tennis, but haven't swung a racket in maybe 5 or more years. Also used to play a fair bit of table tennis, having grown up with a table in the basement, but again, I haven't played that in many years. So I went into it with a basic familiarity with racket sports. That said, the long non-participation has robbed me of any court sense, and the fact that the pickleball paddle is about half the length of a tennis racket, well, that led to a few hilarious whiffs early on.

While I wasn't very good, I wasn't horrible either, for the first time playing a sport. The competition (8-10 others, who apparently play pretty regularly) was mostly older, including one guy who I'd guess was in his mid 70s. Apparently, the game has appeal to older people for the tennis like gameplay within a smaller area. Not sure why that distinction needs to be made; I mean, after all, I like the less running part, too.

Though it does occupy a smaller space, that doesn't mean you can't get a good sweat going, as I certainly did. Playing 90 minutes, using muscles long dormant (lots of quick reflex action at the net, plenty of impromptu lunging and squatting to get to and dig balls over the net, etc), all that is a recipe for aches tomorrow. Probably didn't help that I rode the stationary bike, did some minimal strength (a few squats, lunges, and crunches), and shot a few basketball thereafter. I think I'll wait until a subsequent Tuesday to see if anyone shows up for the 7 AM ultimate frisbee session advertised on the gym corkboard.

  
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CLPURNELL 1/9/2013 9:33PM

    It looks fun!

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MISTY_MOUNTAINS 1/8/2013 11:31PM

    Pickleball does sound fun!!

I didn't even make it past the first line of this blog without having to go look up "Drug Against War".... thanks!! I hadn't heard that song in FOREVER.

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1CRAZYDOG 1/8/2013 10:53AM

    My kids loved pickleball! Never played myself, but does sound like fun.

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LEXIE63 1/8/2013 7:19AM

    That pickleball looks so much fun! I, too, have played both table tennis and actual tennis when I was younger. I really miss the tennis but know my shoulder isn't up to that anymore. I wonder if pickleball will make it over here. :-) Hmmm...

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infectiously perverted

Monday, January 07, 2013

Actually, sorry, my perversions are entirely of the non-communicable kind. You can't have them!

That phrase is from a Dream Theater song, and just occurred to me a couple of hours ago, while reading about a flapjackgina. Yes, you read that right. Blame it on the internet and comment threads. Or thank it for them (some of them, anyway) when it leads to a good laugh.

The phrase got stuck in my head and demanded to be used as a blog title, and it got its way. And now I'm curious how many people might have clicked on this blog only because of that title. Please do chime in, it's worth a spark point, if nothing else.

I did come up with an analogy for it, though you'll have to decide how apt. In this analogy, exercise is the happy disease, the wish for which spreads, ever contagious, amongst users of this site. Really, it's the model the website is built on, us egging each other on, challenging, motivating, et cetera. When we find that person or people that motivate us, their actions and words are, indeed, infectious, and if you'll excuse the extreme stretching of the analogy, do pervert us away from that previous sedentary or otherwise detrimental lifestyle.

So, yeah, sparkpeople as a site, or as individuals, are infectiously perverted. And that's a good thing in my book, not least for the barely suppressed smirk on my face as I typed out this entry.

  
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CLPURNELL 1/9/2013 9:30PM

    The title got me :)

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MISTY_MOUNTAINS 1/8/2013 11:29PM

    I totally clicked on the blog because of the title, haha!!


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CHERRYBLOSSOM13 1/8/2013 3:00AM

    I must admit; I clicked for the title.

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FISHERESS68 1/8/2013 2:01AM

    emoticon Yes, you got my attention. LOL.. giggle giggle

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KING_SLAYER 1/7/2013 10:59PM

    Yep, title drew me in. But I have an excuse, years ago I was self diagnosed as being perversely infected, so I thought I'd check to see what the inverse of my self diagnoses was.

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ICBNIC 1/7/2013 1:51PM

    another guilty reader here - tho I do have to agree with your application of a great phrase :) Sparkers are infectiously perverted!

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1CRAZYDOG 1/7/2013 8:30AM

    Spark is ON! LOL Exercise is definitely contagious . . . NOW. Wasn't in the beginning (translation -- about a billion and one reasons why I didn't have time!) Now . . . it's more a way of life.

This blog made me smile. Love your "out of the box" style of thinking.

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JKPONYGIRL 1/7/2013 8:19AM

    yup

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LEXIE63 1/7/2013 7:40AM

    Guilty! LOL But it did remind me that I meant to put your blogs on my alert list! I like the idea of being infectiously perverted by Sparkpeople. emoticon

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GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLL(s) (blc21 style)

Sunday, January 06, 2013

So apparently, if you join a challenge, you have to do...stuff. Why did no one tell me this before??? WAAAHHHHHHHH!

Kidding. Mostly. Anyway.

A little confused by lack of any 'official' word that I'm allowed to play, but whatever. I'm making up a few goals regardless. And will try to hit them by APril-ish, or whenever this thing ends, regardless.

So, with much further ado (after all, if I don't provide my own ado, who will?), my BLC 21 goals.

I'm hitting 175 before the end of this 12 week period. That's 7 lbs down from current, and as such, not an aggressive goal. But, having dropped 15 pounds over the course of last year, it's faster than I have been shedding (if you ignore the part when I keep going down 10 pounds, gaining 5 back, rinse and repeat).

I'm doing 20 minutes of something or another a day. Every day. Well, unless I get the flu. But in that case, you can probably claim 20 minutes of ab workout from the puking.
Again, not an aggressive goal, but I haven't managed to do 10 minutes consistently, so...it's a thing. A thing I'm going to do.

I'm doing 10 squats and 10 lunges a day. A low bar, but one I haven't tried to do. The lunges are not knee friendly, nor are the squats, and my knee is bugging right now. But it shall be done. Whether, or how much weight is involved, that remains to be seen. Now I have to figure out for real how to properly record strength training on SP, as I've just entered the time spent doing that sort of stuff as minutes of stretching/flexibility. To be sure, I did do a fair bit of stretching stuff with the stability ball, so it's not all inaccurate. Man, I should have entered that as a separate goal, that of learning how to use the tracker right. Exercising the brain, that counts, right?

I'll do more tracking of food. I think that might be a basic part of the challenge, but it's one I'll not do well on, as tracking is an annoying chore. Sure, it's all approximation, anyway, but...still, a chore.

Think that might do for the necessities. Pictures also taken for challenge purpose, but if I'm reading the rules right, it's legal to keep those for my own eyes only. Might post them eventually anyway. Can you tell I'm indecisive on this? Maybe?

And....going to the gym, wherein I'll see if the knee is just buggin' or a REAL ISSUE. Where are my robot joints already, McFly?

Editing to add measures
Re-editing with measures from a non-metal, flat laying tape measure.

Waist = 38, half inch down from November.
Hips = 40.5, same size
Thigh = 22.5, down a half inch
Upper Arm = 12, tough to measure, dunno if I hit the same spot.

Woops, didn't do chest. Will have to dig that tape back out tomorrow.

  
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CLPURNELL 1/9/2013 9:28PM

    Good luck on the challenge!!1

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JKPONYGIRL 1/7/2013 8:21AM

    emoticon slow and steady...

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EVWINGS 1/6/2013 9:07PM

    You go guy!!! Everything seems very reakistic and doable. Good on you for making such good ones.

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1CRAZYDOG 1/6/2013 9:01PM

    Hoping your knee stays in shape!

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HIKER-SQUIRREL 1/6/2013 3:45PM

    Good luck reaching your goals! This will be my first BLC, too, so I'm excited to get started.

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QUEENREAP12409 1/6/2013 1:25PM

    Good luck on your BLC! I watched that metal video you linked to on my blog. I really liked it! Thanks for sharing.

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MIDNIGHTER1 1/6/2013 1:17PM

    I wear wraps on my knees when I strength train legs. ( they are both rehabbed) I wear a knee brace too from time to time. Don't forget to do your training with very lite weights or bar to perfect your form.Warm up,that is essential. You are a bright guy and know this already.
I use the old version to track my strength training ( spark fitness)I also suggest icing the knees at the end of your workout,even if you are not sore.Good luck to you,Mr. Indecisive.

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