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JustinHoot99

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JustinHoot99 last won the day on October 8

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    09/07/21

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  1. Sorry I've been out of touch for a bit. Got called to do a last minute test for work out of state and working 12hr days plus data analysis. Probably won't be back till next Monday. Being away from home for first time is creating new kinds of cravings. Still hanging in there. Today marks 6 weeks.
  2. I just spent 15 min typing about the cravings I've been having today because it is such a nice cool, breezy day which is the type of day I would really enjoy hiking and a smoke. Deleted it all because it was rambling and I got through the craving anyway. Point is, if you are having a difficult time, get on here and type. Whether you keep what you type or delete it, just the act of typing can be enough to get you through a craving.
  3. One of my 6 fitness goals at the start of the year was to be able to do 40 standard pushups. My peak this year was 43 so I hit that. Now I just want to keep the ability to do 35. Sometimes I just do standard pushups for a lot of volume, but I also throw in a lot of variations like: spider man, diamond, close and wide grip, 1 leg off the ground, burpees, and elevated leg. Heres a video of me just goofing around with pushups.
  4. I sure can't say I'm part of your quitters reunion, but congrats on almost 9yrs of freedom.
  5. Hope your day went smoothly w/ regards to your quit.
  6. There are a lot of people here supporting you. Boy George supports you as well.
  7. Good morning Linda, I hope this day goes better and finds you feeling stronger. I haven't had to go through a highly stressful situation yet but I can see how it would be a major trigger. Keep turning here and typing as much as is needed. This place is my Chantix. And frying pan. And therapist.
  8. Typing can be the best medicine for a craving. Not as good as hitting your fingers with a hammer, but probably better in the long run. Come here, share, whine, whatever you have to do, but keep the quit.
  9. HIIH- 37 pushups 15 each on weighted situps, horizontal pullups, lift n press, seated dips, 450steps of jogging stretching
  10. Nothin like a good skillet to provide some attitude adjustment.
  11. Thanks everyone. Made it through. Typing things out is very theraputic. Hearing encouragement is priceless.

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