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PsyduckMember Since 21 May 2013
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When I was 5 years old, my mom always told me that happiness was the key to life. When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down "happy." They told me I didn't understand the assignment and I told them they didn't understand life.
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Fort Carson, Colorado
Walks in the rain, walks on the beach, walks up mountains...yeah it would seem as if I like to walk alot!
Posted by Psyduck on 10 April 2016 - 02:35 PM
Posted by Psyduck on 21 June 2015 - 04:03 PM
Went to the store today to buy toilet paper, left with Madden 15...
Went to poop a few hours later, and just sat looking at the brown paper roll.....FML
Posted by Psyduck on 15 June 2015 - 08:01 AM
Posted by Psyduck on 07 June 2015 - 12:45 PM
Is it sad that I've been stalking this page waiting for a new challenge?
Posted by Psyduck on 11 November 2014 - 06:43 PM
I want just the acorn....
Posted by Psyduck on 10 October 2014 - 03:29 PM
Proud officer of the US Army as a Engineer
Posted by Psyduck on 18 September 2014 - 06:08 AM
Okay, rant- For those fast food employees striking for $15 an hour, let’s do some math. At $15 an hour Johnny Fry-Boy would make $31,200 annually. An E1 (private) in the military makes $18,378. An E5 (sergeant) with 8 years of service only makes $35,067 annually. So you’re telling me, Sally McBurgerflipper, that you deserve as much as those kids getting shot at, deploying for months in hostile environments, and putting their collective asses on the line every day protecting your unskilled butt?! Here’s the deal, Baconator, you are working in a job designed for a kid in high school who is learning how to work and earning enough for gas, and hanging out with their equally goofy high school pals. If you have chosen this as your life long profession, you have failed.
Posted by Psyduck on 31 July 2014 - 10:19 AM
Representing us men during this challenge, I happen to find all the items at Walmart.
I used the following items represented in the photo:
Hello Kity Bean bag chair (I actually fit in it...)
Straw hat with Hawaiian flowers on the top (Mahalo)
Pack of colorful scrunchies (Do I look pretty?)
Children overalls (will be buying a pair when I have my own child)
Denver Broncos notebook (go peyton!)
Planes backpack (Love me some Dusty!)
Cars 2 children boots (wish I had a pair when I was younger)
Jean Jacket (Damn thing was hard to find!)
Posted by Psyduck on 30 July 2014 - 06:12 PM
Sorry, got sick.
CHALLENGE # 13 - 90's TV SHOW GIRL EDITION
All of the following in the same picture:
- A bean bag chair
- A hat with a flower on it
- A scrunchie
- A pair of overalls
- A notebook/diary
- A backpack
- A pair of boots that are not black or brown - OR - a pair of Converse All Stars
- A jean jacket
Just to prove y'all wrong, I plan to spend all day at Walmart tomorrow looking for these items
Posted by Psyduck on 22 July 2014 - 06:39 AM
Just the round I needed!
Posted by Psyduck on 10 July 2014 - 07:55 PM
Posted by Psyduck on 08 June 2014 - 07:38 PM
Home stretch everyone, which means that you'll need to up the workout. 7 weeks is a long time, and your body is slowly starting to mold! Keep working hard, get those green veggies in, and hit the gym hard when you're able too!
Posted by Psyduck on 24 May 2014 - 07:52 AM
Workout for the day
50 sit ups
25 pull ups
200 flutter kicks
50 mountain climbers
Did this circuit twice.
If you can not do it, just break it down to what you can accomplish. No need to kill yourself, but simple workouts like this really help to strength the core
Simple workout this morning, and a great way to start off the day:
25 jumping jacks
15 knee tucks
25 sit ups
15 push ups (Wide arm, regular, close arm, diamond, 1 handed)
Did this workout once because I was feeling sloggy this morning. Another great in home work out
Posted by Psyduck on 15 May 2014 - 05:16 PM
Ever have those moments where you just can't get to the gym, but still think you need a workout? Look out the window, and head towards your local playground for this awesome workout!!
Swing Knee Tucks
Get in a push-up position with hands on the ground and feet resting on the seat of a swing, shoelaces down. Slowly bend the knees, bringing them in towards the chest while keeping the rest of the body steady and the core strong. Straighten the legs back to the starting position, and repeat for 10-15 reps
Monkey Bar Pull Up
To keep things interesting, start with an overhand grip (palms facing away from the body) and shoot for 3 to 5 pull-ups, then switch to an underhand grip (palms facing the body) for 3 to 5 chin-ups. Still working on this move? Try hanging from the bar with arms extended for 30-second intervals to build arm and shoulder muscles.
Park Bench Push Up
ind a stable, well-anchored park bench (preferably one that’s about waist height). Hold the back of the bench with hands a bit wider than shoulder-width apart. Walk the feet backwards a few steps so the body forms a diagonal line with the ground. Beginners can start almost vertical, while advanced fitness buffs can walk the feet further from the bench for more of a challenge. Next, with the elbows tucked at your sides, lower the torso towards the bench. Hold for a second, keeping the core engaged and the body in a straight line (no sagging butts!), and then return to start position. Repeat for 10-15 reps.
Stand at the bottom of a slide with your back to the top. Bend the left leg backwards in a lunge position and rest the left foot on the slide with the hands on the hips. Bend the right knee until the thigh is parallel to the ground, and then press through the right heel to rise back up. Complete 10-12 reps, and then switch legs.
More into running like the wind than pumping iron? Increase speed with some quick hill runs. Find a steeper spot in the park (or a set of stairs) and sprint up the incline 5 to 10 times, jogging back down to flat ground. No hills available? Hit up 10 sprint intervals, maxing out for 30 seconds and jogging for a minute in between bursts.
Slide Sit Ups
A playground slide works just like an elevated sit-up bench at the gym. Lie down on the slide with your head pointing towards the bottom. Hook feet around the top of the slide for stability. If that’s too challenging (or slippery!) scoot back up so the calves are resting on the platform at the top of the slide, with just the thighs and torso on the slide. Cross the arms over the chest and sit up until the elbows touch the knees. Try 15-20 reps.