Be a fucking wolf. Be a fucking lion. Take no shit. Set goals, smash them. Eat people's faces off. Be a better person. Show people who the fuck you are. Never apologise for being awesome. Stay the mother fucking course.
Well, year and a few weeks. Been going 2-3 times a week to Claymore Crossfit and I have to say, I have had a blast. Cardio has improved, lifts have gone up, all round fitness has increased. And I have to credit it with some other benefits to my life.
Here's to another year of Crossfit!
Like this improvised tool made from a bit of stiff wire. Holds the chain so a portion of it is slack enough to work with the master link.
Idea from Tony Marchand.
Look at the WOD, think to yourself "that looks easy, no bother." Halfway through the WOD, you reconsider. Finish up, you are humbled by the weight.
Just a quick note to say my GPG public key has been updated. Same fingerprint and key ID but I added an authentication subkey.
Also, I am in the process of migrating to a hardware token for increased security so my keychain will be completely regenerated at some point, once I have ironed out all the kinks and done some more research. Will keep you posted.
A couple days ago, Peter posted about having a record of cryptographic information that folk can use to verify that he is who they think they are communicating with. I thought this was a good idea and set about creating my own record.
The idea is broadly similar to Keybase but doing it this way means I am not relying on their system for providing verification. It does mean that there is less automation involved but it should be workable for everyone who uses GPG/PGP.
For the record, my current GPG key setup is less than ideal. The private key is held on my daily use machine which is not the most secure method. I have ordered a set of smart cards and a USB reader and I will regenerate my keys to be used on them on an air-gapped computer, likely running Libreboot. When this happens, I will update the id file with my new public key fingerprint and also sign the file as before.
Listen, Genos. You just have to keep doing it. No matter how hard it gets. It took me three years to get this strong.
One hundred push-ups! One hundred sit-ups! One hundred squats! Then a 10km run! Every single day!
And of course, make sure you eat three meals a day. Just a banana in the morning is fine. But the most important thing is to never use the A/C or heat in the summer or winter so that you can strengthen the mind. In the beginning, you'll wish you were dead. You might start thinking what't the harm of taking a day off? But for me, in order to be a strong hero, no matter how tough it was, even if I was spitting blood, I never stopped. I kept doing squats even when my legs were so heavy they refused to move. Even when my arms started making weird clicking noises, I kept doing push-ups.
A year and a half later, I started to notice a difference. I was bald...and I had become stronger!
In other words, you gotta train like hell to the point where your hair falls out. That is the only way to become strong.
--Saitama, One Punch Man episode 3