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    Hero's Journey Results?

    I wanna do the Hero's Journey program, but I'm curious as to what the results have been for those who have done it/are doing it.

    #2
    Do it just to say you are doing it. Do it for fun. Do it for the experience. It is important to not be results oriented. It seems like a fun program, and there are so many weapons to try out.

    Have fun.

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      #3
      Everyone will have different results. You will find yourself probably in the middle of what we all do and that's fine.

      Never measure yourself against anyone else. Measure yourself against you a day ago, a week ago, a month ago, and a year ago.

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        #4
        Frankly, sixty days isn't much time for noticeable change. Even when I first started exercising and had pretty rapid changes to my physique, it still wasn't that dramatic in that short of a time frame. Do it because it's fun and challenging and will build good habits, not because you want rapid change.

        Good luck!

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          #5
          A man can build up to 1 kg of muscle per month, a woman can build up to 500 g of muscle per month.
          Depending on the physique that 1 kg will make a big difference, or it might not.
          And depending on your fitness level Hero's Journey might not be enough to get to that maximum.

          But the fitness gains you will get from that program are not to be ignored. Especially if you pick the items you will have a very varied and intense whole-body program. There may be exercises that you barely managed 10 reps of before that afterwards lie somewhere in the 30s.

          If you have excess fat then you will probably not see the difference but you will feel it. If you only have little fat you might very well see a bit of a difference and feel it. Depending on your posture that will also get better and if you work out in front of others this will make you look cooler because the exercises have become easier to you.

          I'm a very visual person, so aiming for visual goals is actually a huge motivator for me. That's both growing muscle and losing fat, as well as having a relaxed, casual face when jogging up some stairs.

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            #6
            The experience I've had with doing Hero's Journey? it helped me earn that sweet '10 pull-ups in one go' badge. So in that regard, strength gains definitely happened..
            But the main take away was definitely the reinforcement of just doing exercise regularly, and the rpg aspect most certainly helped it along a ton! So in the end, Hero's Journey is definitely high recommended in my book

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              #7
              I have been doing the hero's journey on and off over the last three months but its been fun and varied enough to be something that has encouraged me to do the exercise almost every day.
              I have seen results with it, staggering ones actually since before it I was not fit, but I think the consistency of doing it has helped be grow from a mentality of "GUH exercise" to one of "WOOP WHAT'S NEXT?" and I think that's far more important for me.

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                #8
                My wife and I just finished our first 60 Day Hero's Journey at Level 1 with some slight modifications to some specific exercise types. Weve both lost approximately 20lbs while also doing long walks and eating mostly meats, fruits, and veggies we cook ourselves.

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