I'm a little late joining in, but I'm going to join in starting today!! =)
ý'Success is the result of good judgment, good judgment is the result of experience, and experience is often the result of bad judgment.' Embrace 'mistakes' , because ultimately they teach us the lessons we need to succeed.
Good Questions! I say in your range because people are working all sorts of different plans. I use my calories. But if you're in weight watchers use your numbers. Or if you want to be more strict make sure you fall within you carb and fat ranges, go for it. It really depends on your program.
1 point per move. If you do 12 reps, that's great, but you only get one point!
Hi Merryfjl, I just joined this team and I am planning on taking part in the April Challenge. I had a couple of questions. I - In your range. Are you talking about my eating plan? Just calories or fulfilling all the right amounts of everything? L - lift - one point for every strength move. Does this mean each exercise or each set of exercises. I might do 12 reps of the same lift. Do I get 12 points for this or 1? Thanks
It's officially spring! It's time to get outside and get beach friendly bodies.
Who can rack up the most points?
A - Apple a day - One point for every fruit and veggie serving P - Per glass - One point for every day you get you 8 (or more!) glasses of water in R - Run - Or whatever cardio you prefer - One point for every ten minutes of cardio I - In your range - One point per day you stay in your range L - Lift - One point for every strength move
I went back to the points because we had such great turn-out for the January Challenge. I hope to see many of you participate!
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