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September Challenge - Thanks TURTLE421!

Friday, September 03, 2010

This was taken from part of a blog posted by TURTLE421.

"The challenge is to complete at least 780 Minutes of Fitness in September. That comes down to at least 30 minutes of exercise a day for 6 days a week. You get one day a week for rest. The 30 minutes can be anything beyond your normal activity. An extra walk, a bike ride, weights, etc. I’m more than happy to say that so far I have 124 people signed up to join on FB and many friends ready to do it here on Sparkpeople.

I’d love for you to join me in this challenge. Many people here on SP are already doing 30 minutes a day. So if you are, try adding in an extra 15 minutes on top of that each day. This will be a great way to say goodbye to summer and hello to a healthier fall. "

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So far, I'm 3/3 in the challenge. Actually, I'm 4/3 because I thought that Tuesday was September 1st. emoticon I'm so thankful and now enjoying the work we've been having done in our house, but it feels great to be able to get back to my exercise routine.
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    Congratulations on a great start to September. Sounds like you have a great challenge going there.

    2814 days ago
    emoticon idea!!!!!!!!!!
    2819 days ago
    Great Idea, Let's join in this challenge Butterflies Sept. 780 minutes! Yahoo!
    2820 days ago
  • ANDI_3K
    Joining in. A bit late, but I am in. I'll just do extra tomarrow to make up for being sick Tuesday and Wednesday. :) Thanks for the Challenge. Mind if I steal it to challenge my teams?
    2820 days ago
    That is the way to kick it into gear Deb. I am full swing into school. Are you back to work too?
    2820 days ago
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