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Armstrong Pull-Up Program – Week 1

I did it! One full week on the Armstrong Pull-Up Program.

Armstrong Pull-Up Program - Week 1

I used bands for assistance and no day took longer than 15 minutes even with the built in rest periods.

Most days I did my push-ups in the morning and then before leaving work I’d do the assisted pull-ups. My goal is 9 more weeks. I can’t wait to see if I progress.

This weekend I’m also going to start running again. I have to just bite the bullet already. It’s a habit I simply got away from and even though I miss it I’m not actually doing it. I need a little activation energy!

The last couple of days I’ve been a bit sluggish. My food choices haven’t been stellar. I haven’t been pushing myself much at the gym even though I kept up the pull-up program.

I have, however, been LOVING my guitar practice time.

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Today I snuck in about 10 minutes of practice before work (#wycwyc!) and I was inspired to write this on IG…

“I can’t run!”
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“I’m not a writer.”
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“Me? An “Athlete?” Ha!”
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“The music gene skipped over me for sure!”
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I have said all those things yet I’ve run 2 marathons, published a book, compete in CrossFit comps regularly and am now learning the guitar and absolutely LOVING IT!!

P.S. I’ve accomplished all of these things after the age of 30. I could be mad at myself for not figuring out I was the only one holding myself back sooner. Or I can celebrate how far I’ve come and keep pushing myself out of that scary comfort zone place I used to hide in.

I choose the latter.

So even though I’m fighting a little bit of a slump I’m feeling really content right now in a different way. It’s hard to explain.

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About Mehmood Esmail

Mehmood Esmail
Hi, I am Mehmood Esmail, there have been severe health issues in my family, like cancer, heart attacks, stroke, kidney stones, IBS, etc. Where we live, in Africa, health facilities are basic. Thus it becomes imperative that we hnow what is happenining to us and how to look after ourselves, and where possible, how to prevent serious illnesses.

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