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Getting frustrated at all is a path to failure. Most of us were little kids throwing our NES controllers across the room at one point in our lives. But not until the anger was defeated did we actually increase skills.
increase my upper arm strength with free-weights. More muscle one on my arms.
The problem nowadays I see is that many kids just abandon skill games and go to JRPG lala land. Thus, they never defeat that frustration and advance into the skill zone.
Careful with this one. Being female you're not going to be able to build much muscle.
You can totally tone them! I did during martial arts.Sure, I am not going to be huge biceps, but I can get a nice sinewy runners body to go with my legs.
I'll admit I get frustrated if I'm ever running, biking, skiing, or basically doing anything where someone passes me (or is ahead of me, but I find myself unable to pass them). It focuses my effort, and I tend to begin ignoring pain or other signs that perhaps I should slow down. ^_~
I have an idea! Post your athletic goals for the next 6 months.
I focus on keeping my average calorie range between 2100-2500 and my daily around 1900-2400
Goal for the next six months: Get some BJJ
Yep! Got figure out how to pay for that shit though. They're advertising their Gracie Barra affiliation everywhere, though, so I feel like they're probably for real.
Oh, that's cool -- is it the same price to do BJJ and muay thai? Or do you have to pay extra? If it's all the same, that'd probably be worth it.
It's all the same, and you can mix and match lessons.