Classes are back in session, professors are great, and things are looking pretty bright with academics. After taking the first part of a physics course last semester, I know now that the reason why I got a C was because they couldn't teach well (to me, at least). This time the professor's method of communication is superb and actually makes things interesting. It all depends on the instructor, after all.

If you noticed in the column below the categories, I added a button confirming my participation in the Hundred Pushup challenge. This is a 6 week workout plan designed to help you achieve the goal of doing 100 consecutive pushups. I've always wanted to do this so I jumped right to it and started the next day. Tonight, I completed my 3rd week of training and things are going well (I can now do 50!).

Continuing on with the idea of staying fit, a friend and I have been looking into a gym with a swimming pool. Swimming, as you may know, provides a workout to your entire body, and we figured it was the best bet. I must admit, after watching Michael Phelps during the Olympics, I'm all hyped up about getting back in the water. Continue reading for more...

I previously posted that I wanted to get back into Martial Arts and start training, but I may have to hold off on it until I can find a way to fit it in the schedule. On top of all this, I can't disregard the financial aspect of these activities. Some memberships cost a pretty penny so I have to consider the benefits of each sport.

I recenetly started working on a couple of new tutorials that I will post very soon. I haven't done anything major with design lately, and that has kinda bummed me out. I am planning on writing a few analysis articles on some online services and dissect the ins and outs of the design and functionalities. I am definitely look forward to this, and I hope you are too. Stay tuned, I think we're in for a hell of a ride.