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First Weekend Challenge!

Thursday, September 08, 2011

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It is always easier for me to list the challenge here so I can refer to it often. This is the first weekend challenge for BLC-17 and I am ready for it. I didn't do much of anything during the recess and as a result, I started gaining weight. I am really motivated to see how well I can do over the next session. I guess I just need this kind of push to keep me going and now I am ready to get serious again.

Sweat - 5 pts for each 15 minutes of cardio - 20 pt/per day max
Munch your Freggies - 5 pts a day for 5 SERVINGS of FREGGIES, all or nothing.
Organize - set goals, make menus for the week, make a healthy shopping list, organize a cabinet in your kitchen, etc - get ready for the challenge - 5 pts 1 project per day
Rest - 5 pts for getting in 7 - 8 hours sleep
Exercise - Strength training - 1 body area per day (upper, lower, abs) alternate. 5 pts per each set of 15 reps...20 pt/per day max

Get those done, do SomeMORE! :)

TEMPLATE ~ S(40/80), M (10/20), O (10/20), R (5/20), E (40/80) = TOTAL (105/220)

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
KELLEEH 9/9/2011 4:04PM

    Good deal!

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NATPLUMMER 9/9/2011 3:31PM

    emoticon Great challenge!!! You will definitely have loose pants after :-)

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    Should be fun

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DOOBRIE 9/9/2011 2:04AM

    Great challenge, isn't it? Just what we all needed!

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FITAT50 9/9/2011 12:58AM

    This challenge is just what I need also to kickstart this round! I'm already excited about next weeks weigh in!

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S3XYDIVASMOM 9/8/2011 11:26PM

    I like the all or nothing approach to the freggies. That would probably up my intake.

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