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Re: New year new me
« Reply #240 on: July 02, 2020, 10:43:57 pm »
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Yoga 30m meditation 30m

Run 8km 5.07km pace legs super tired

Diamond push up 3 x 25 3m rest
Chins 1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+5 (reps x 10s = rest)

First nicotine free day since I stupidly got addicted  :personal-record:

u got addicted to nicotine wtf? damn :o

ya keep it up (getting off that b.s. !)

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Re: New year new me
« Reply #241 on: July 03, 2020, 05:40:20 am »
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Yup, from someone who has been addicted to smoking for about 30 years now, with a couple of 2-3 years off periods, smoking is the dumbest thing ever.
A whole bunch of tar and carbon oxides and other deadly poisons slowly killing you, making you less fit, more stinky,  imposing social restrictions , in exchange for an untold pleasure that doesn't really exist.
There is no real organic addiction too. Nicotine addiction goes away in 48 hours or so, the rest is all mental.
You're a meditating doctor, you know all that better than me, should be a piece of cake for you to dump that shit. Go get it!
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Re: New year new me
« Reply #242 on: July 03, 2020, 01:06:32 pm »
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Yoga 30m meditation 30m

Run 8km 5.07km pace legs super tired

Diamond push up 3 x 25 3m rest
Chins 1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+5 (reps x 10s = rest)

First nicotine free day since I stupidly got addicted  :personal-record:

u got addicted to nicotine wtf? damn :o

ya keep it up (getting off that b.s. !)

pc


Yup, from someone who has been addicted to smoking for about 30 years now, with a couple of 2-3 years off periods, smoking is the dumbest thing ever.
A whole bunch of tar and carbon oxides and other deadly poisons slowly killing you, making you less fit, more stinky,  imposing social restrictions , in exchange for an untold pleasure that doesn't really exist.
There is no real organic addiction too. Nicotine addiction goes away in 48 hours or so, the rest is all mental.
You're a meditating doctor, you know all that better than me, should be a piece of cake for you to dump that shit. Go get it!
:headbang: :highfive: :lololol:

Lol yeah, there was a point where I just stopped caring.. Life got stressful and I just went in for escapism. mostly used an ecigarette and then for the last few weeks weaning off with gum. It for sure is a stupid habit, if you have no tolerance it makes you feel sick and if you're addicted then it's using just to avoid withdrawals.

Thankfully i didn't use cigarettes too often. But yeah you're totally right, it's dumb as hell and I'm glad to be over it now!

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Re: New year new me
« Reply #243 on: July 04, 2020, 08:19:49 am »
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Hope i didn't sound patronizing or criticizing or something like that, my bash was against smoking, not smokers. I was fully aware of how stupid it was all those years decades that ive been smoking, yet i couldn't quit. And when i did, for 2 and 4 years, i started again. And even now that im more determined than ever, 10 months clean now, i am not even saying i quit it, im saying im not smoking lately and im trying/hoping to keep it for ever.
Glad it is working well for you too, keep at it!  :highfive:
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Re: New year new me
« Reply #244 on: July 05, 2020, 11:03:31 am »
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Hope i didn't sound patronizing or criticizing or something like that, my bash was against smoking, not smokers. I was fully aware of how stupid it was all those years decades that ive been smoking, yet i couldn't quit. And when i did, for 2 and 4 years, i started again. And even now that im more determined than ever, 10 months clean now, i am not even saying i quit it, im saying im not smoking lately and im trying/hoping to keep it for ever.
Glad it is working well for you too, keep at it!  :highfive:

No not at all man and I'm in total agreement with you! 10 months clean, that's fantastic!!! No turning back now! My addiction didn't even run that deep and i totally appreciate the struggle with stopping so props to you!

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-2 days
Yoga 30 m meditation 30m
Push up 55, 50, 50 3m rest
Pull up 12kg 3 x 8

-1day
Yoga 30m meditation 30m
Run ~6km slow as heck and my shins were SUPER sore, maybe even posterior tibialis tendinitis? Idk... Walked the rest as it was getting stupid. My calves feel like a big knotted mess.

Much foam rolling and stretching needed and a little break I think

Today
Yoga 30m meditation 30m

Been in a course this weekend so not much time for anything else. Going to hold off running for a few days, get some walking in and see howy legs are feeling... Probably only have a couple v easy short runs this week