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Boo last won the day on January 28

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About Boo

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  • Birthday 05/21/1974

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  • Location
    Chattanooga, Tennessee
  • Quit Date
    March 9, 2016

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  1. This was one of those days when I didn't really feel like working out so I just did some of my favorite moves: Front Squats, Romanian Deadlifts, Bench Press, Overhead Press, and Farmer's Walks. Finished up with some steady-state work on the rower and 15 minutes of mobility work. I started off slow, but eventually got in a good workout. Have a good weekend everybody.
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    Weekend's here

    Those gates can wait Doreen. Three straight days of moderate-to-heavy rains on Walden's Ridge means the water levels are up. We're running Richland Creek tomorrow! Now feel free to enjoy some old school 1990s VHS paddle porn...
  3. Boo

    Introducing myself

    Welcome aboard Silver. Pull up a chair and stay awhile. Congratulations on making a great decision for yourself.
  4. Did some conditioning work this morning. Admittedly, I haven't been doing as much of that as I should here lately. Basically did a cardio circuit consisting of: Intervals on the rower, weighted step-ups, and jump rope. Repeated the circuit 4 times and finished with some core work: Hanging Leg Raises, Landmines, and Good Mornings. This afternoon, rather than sit in traffic, I stopped by a climbing gym and climbed for an hour. Climbing is a damn good workout, but feels almost like too much fun to be called work.
  5. Welcome aboard TKS. Congratulations on choosing freedom from cigarettes. Let's change that to: this is my final and forever quit. Enjoy the ride.
  6. Strength work this morning: Front Squats, Push Press, Renegade Rows, Kettlebell Swings, and Farmer's Walk. Finished up with 4 rounds on the heavy bag and 15 minutes jumping rope.
  7. Did some bodyweight exercises this morning: Pistol Squats, Pull-Ups, Elevated Push-Ups, Hanging Leg Raises, and Roll-Outs. Finished up with 10/20 intervals on the rower and 15 minutes of mobility work. Jumped in my friend's pool after work. Mostly just to cool off a bit, but did get in some laps.
  8. Boo

    Post a Song you Like

    Hell yeah! Good times. Sit down WALDO!
  9. Boo

    Post a Song you Like

    Back in the day, 1984 was the first album I bought with my own money. Thirty-four years later, I still enjoy cranking this song up...
  10. Boo

    Random thoughts...

    Thank you Willis Carrier for inventing air conditioning.
  11. Strength work this morning: Clean and Jerks, Romanian Deadlifts, Bench Press, Bent-Over Rows, and Farmer's Walks. Finished up with 20 minutes of mobility work. I see what you did there. You managed to work it into a conversation. Nice!
  12. Boo

    Happy Birthday Reciprocity!!!!

    Better belated than never...or something like that.
  13. Boo

    Officially a former smoker

    Put the stamp on it! Wayne is a free man now. Congratulations.
  14. Boo

    New to this

    Welcome aboard Zenith. Congratulations on making a great choice. Feelings of frustration. Mood swings. Both quite normal during the early part of the process. The rough bits of the quit experienced during the early days are temporary and fleeting. The freedom and sense of satisfaction gained by quitting successfully are permanent. You've made the right choice and committed to it. There's no going back now.
  15. I was pressed for time this morning. So I did intervals on the rower and a bodyweight circuit: Box Jumps, Pull-Ups, Dive Bombers, Dips, and Hanging Leg Raises. Repeated the circuit 5 times.

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