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Week 2 Pre Challenge Fitness test

Sunday, September 08, 2013

Well, my walking didn't go so well the last couple days, why? I"M LAZY! Plain and simple, no excuse except laziness, but I will get back on the treadmill today and continue my walk!

This weeks challenge is:

Week 2 Pre-challenge ITC---FITNESS TEST

Lets begin the challenge with a Fitness test and we will end Week 10 with the same test to see if you have improved your numbers.......
SUGGESTION:

20 crunches
20 wall pushups
3 minutes of step ups
1 mile walk

We all have different fitness levels so leaders please work this out with your members if you need alternates. But please post what you do and make it something that works you a little bit. We don't necessarily expect you to be able to do them now. Post what you do.... minutes and reps. We will ask you to repeat this in Week 10 and see if your fitness level has improve. This can be journaled or you leader can set up a thread to record it and you will come back to the thread week 10 and take the same Fitness test.

I KNOW I can't do crunches, too much fat belly in the way, 1 mile walk, I can do that on the treadmill, I CAN do the wall pushups, and pretty sure I can do the step ups.
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  • v NBARNES
    LOL - I appreciate anyone who tells it like it is! Good for you and good luck getting that body moving this week!
    1025 days ago
  • v JSALERNO
    I HAD SOME ISSUES TOO. LETS PULL THROUGH TOGETHER
    1026 days ago
  • v BRENJET
    Good job, good plan...if you can't do crunches...you may be able to find a good core workout video here on spark to modify. Keep up the great work!

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    1026 days ago
  • v JSTETSER
    Keep moving forward!
    1026 days ago
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