February 5, 2019 10:56 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Less is more.

Solid Jack Fitness Boxing Blog

After spending an extensive amount of time with Fitness Boxing for three weeks and being met with no results, these last seven days I tried something else and it worked. Other than on Sunday when I spent just over three hours working out to the game, I haven’t actually worked out with it.

Instead, I woke up at 06:30 every day, went to work on a building site, filled skips, dug out a garden, unloaded deliveries and more, then, upon coming home, I would collapse on my couch for an hour or two.

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I may only be 26 years old, but after ten years in the construction game, I am becoming more aware of the aches and pains of my body and working ten hours a day, it is taking its toll on me. Every muscle in my body aches and I’m just not recovering as quickly as I used to.

However, because I am on a couch and not willing to watch any old garbage on the TV, I would boot up Fitness Boxing and focused solely on workouts that are great are racking up the punches. Only, because I can barely stand when I am playing, I do it from a seated position and while I am not playing the game as intended, I am still swaying my hips and at the very least, those punches help get me closer to unlocking every piece of clothing the game has to offer.

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I do feel like I am cheating the game by playing in such a manner and yet, when I went to weigh myself today, after work and eating dinner, I was one kilo lighter than I was at this time last week. In short, in my one week of “not playing the game,” I have been able to lose weight, compared to the three weeks where I did play it and put on a kilo.  Its four weeks later and I’m back to where I started, but at least I can say I gave Fitness Boxing a go.

Still, just because the game has failed me so far, others are still having huge amounts of success with it and as tempting as it is to bail now, I am going to honour the arrangement of me playing it for two months, but I am certainly going to rethink how I spend my time with the game this week, because I still want to get under 100 kilos and it would be great if I can achieve that, whilst this blog is ongoing.

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In the meantime however, since I have nothing further to report, here are the latest batch of statistics, along with stats for the previous weeks:

Solid Jack’s Fitness Boxing Statistics: (Day 29)

Current weight: 106 kilos

Total Exercise Duration: 44:38

Estimated Calorie Burn: 36,586 kcal

Punches Thrown: 90,797

Best Fitness Age: 18

 

Solid Jack’s Fitness Boxing Statistics: (Day 22)

Current weight: 107 kilos

Total Exercise Duration: 32:34

Estimated Calorie Burn: 28,546 kcal

Punches Thrown: 63,224

Best Fitness Age: 18

 

Solid Jack’s Fitness Boxing Statistics: (Day 15)

Current weight: 107 kilos

Total Exercise Duration: 20:55

Estimated Calorie Burn: 18,230 kcal

Punches Thrown: 40,629 punches

Best Fitness Age: 18

 

Solid Jack’s Fitness Boxing Statistics: (Day 8)

Current weight: 106 kilos

Total Exercise Duration: 10:01

Estimated Calorie Burn: 8,353 kcal

Punches Thrown: 19,455 punches

Best Fitness Age: 20

 

For those of you who wish to catch up with previous entries, you can do so by accessing them with the hyperlinks below:

 

Entry #1: The Punching Begins

Entry #2: Boom. Boom. Boom. Boom!

Entry #3: To the Rhythm!

Entry #4: Front. Back. Front. Back.

 

 

Until next time, keep on gaming!

 

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