Right now my buddy and I are waiting for the last green light from the authority on the feasibility of the project. If the answer is positive (they have 2 months to get back to us) we will start the renovations of the structure and hopefully for September we will have everything in place. Then we will have to get the final approval on the whole thing (yeah, lot of bureaucracy). 11 months ago
I thought something similar when I decided to not post anything under that goal, to avoid thinking at it. 12 months ago
More than a year into it, and these are the results.
I might have been a little optimistic, but I feel good today…
PE 19 (+2)
WB 20 (+1)
Mo 25 (+4)
Rs 17 (+3) 14 months ago
Well, I haven’t posted in a while, but things are proceeding. Bureaucratic things are been taken care of, money seems to be enough, in a few month maybe… 15 months ago
I came back home, not as fun as traveling around the world, but got a couple of projects going on. I hope those can give a turn for the best 16 months ago
subscribed too 17 months ago
thanks for the hints.
atm I only need to calibrate the legs push, in order to not go over the vertical.
Unfortunately I still have issues with my shoulder so I can’t keep practicing too much 20 months ago
To be honest Italian is my first language, English came a lot after… 20 months ago
I know the feeling, I grew up in Italy with an English surname so I have to go through the spelling thing every time, but since Italian is a language that is read as is written (one letter as always the same sound) is awkward every single time.
If I just say it people, would write Eis.
If I read it Italianwise, it becomes Aies (note, starting H is strange and Y is not even in the alphabet)
Sometimes people switch between Y and J (neither J is in the alphabet)
And the starting H is turned in M making me a relative of an NBA player :) 20 months ago
Nearly 6 months after the first assessment I find myself a little improved. Still a long way to go…
PE 17 (+2)
WB 19 (+1)
Mo 21 (=)
Rs 14 (+4) 22 months ago
101 are the essential items, otherwise who decides which are the essential and which not…
Minimalist should be near the “have or die” thing,
Maybe one day I will switch to that, at the moment I think most of the things I have, I have to live in the society (car, phone, shoes, clothes)...
Still I’m curious about which are your 101 items!
in the last few weeks I managed to train quite constantly, especially after my shoulder was back in order so now I usually stretch after I go running and I’m more flexible overall, I think now I’m on the verge of the hard part, where I have to keep on pushing and still be aware not to push to much or I will pull something 23 months ago
I neglected this one for a while. now I got some spare time and I am back training and doing exercises. Hopefully if I keep it on long enough I’ll get to this one in a few months 2 years ago
Sometimes I just get it right, I step up and keep my balance, but they still seem flukes, I think I’ll keep on until I manage to do it 9 times on 10. 2 years ago
I first tried in NZ during my last journey.
I was at a climbers meeting and somebody set a couple of lines. When I got back home I bought my own and now I practice every now and then, still mot really able to walk, but sometime I manage to do a few steps. 2 years ago