I’m a little late this week for my update, but I actually just started going back to college this past Monday. So once again, I apologize for the delay. That being said, here goes nothin.
What’s up everybody? I apologize for being MIA for so long, but I had a few personal issues going on that I needed to focus on. Such is life, right?
Ok, so I was in Iraq on my second tour and one of my friends was telling me about the Spartan Race. Depending on the type of race, it’s composed of obstacles throughout a course that varies in length, usually 5km+. If you’ve seen Tough Mudders and similar events, then you know what I’m talking about. Anyway, I was looking through the website and all of the videos they had posted. Then I came across THIS video:
This should be a lot easier to explain than my “why ketosis” posts. In fact, this should only take one post (hopefully). Let me try to be as concise as possible.
As I’ve stated before, calisthenics have been a big part of my life ever since I was very young. They were initially used as a form of punishment for me because I was pretty hard-headed as a young kid. A lot of kids got timeouts and whoopings; I got push-ups, six inches, squats, and whatever else was dreamt up. Needless to say, I was pretty strong and a natural athlete. You know those kids that do field day at school and get ALL the ribbons? Yep, I was that guy.
Hey guys, it’s been a long week. I didn’t really monitor my food as closely as I should’ve been and pretty much stayed the same. It’s a little disappointing, but I know I have to adjust things this week and do better. That’s all for my update, nothing special. I’ll be getting into calisthenics next post, so stay tuned.
Yo, my name is Veezy and I’m kind of new to this whole blogging thing. I started one before, but that was for a totally different topic that I may revisit later once I get more free time.
Anyway, I created this blog for two things in particular: ketosis and calisthenics,