Fixing Up the Fighting Life

So, I’ll be 25 this year.

So, I have a lot to do.

The idea is to go on a deep-burn: that is, three days a week of fighting classes, two days a week of jogging. I’ve got the three days of fighting classes down fine – it’s the damn jogging routine that I need to get into.

I’m also fiddling with my diet again, because I’m so incredibly sick of protein bars, and because they’re damn expensive. I’m moving to meat & vegetables, relying more on mixed-nuts and veggies for snacking, cutting out my week-long rice and whole-wheat pita routine and moving those “treats” to the weekends (with the Thai food), and getting rid of some of my sillier craziness, like macaroni & cheese and white bread.

In April, when the weather’s better, I’d also like to start biking to work at least once a week. In June, I’ll need to decide if I want to stay at my MA school or move to another gym that offers boxing and rock climbing classes (it’s also closer to my house). We’ll see what sort of shape I’m in by then.

Pick somebody you want to be. Be that.

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