Olympic Ninj Triathlon

Tuesday, June 07, 2011

Wednesday, JUNE 8 through Tuesday, JUNE 14

There are approximately 168,960 feet (32 miles) in an OLYMPIC triathlon which is about 67,584 steps. You and your DUO partner will need to work together to complete the OLYMPIC NINJA TRIATHLON!!!!

Event #1: No alcohol or sweets over 100 calories AND no eating after 9pm. (500 steps) Weds () Thurs (500)
Event #1 Total Steps:
Event #2: Post your CICO on our team thread AND stay in range. (500 steps) Weds () Thurs (500)
Event #2 Total Steps: Event #3: Your DUO can earn steps the traditional ways by walking or running where 1 mile is equal to 2000 steps OR for every 30 minutes you complete with a fitness video or class, you earn 4500 steps. Weds (4500) Thurs (4000)
Event #3 Total Steps:

Please communicate with your DUO partner throughout the week so that you can work together on completing the steps for this challenge! Notice – you earn steps towards your total instead of points for each event!!! It may be helpful to track this in a blog or in your DUO thread at NINJA CAMP!!!

We will still JAM on Wednesday (June 8) for the fun of it – no points tracking will be necessary!!!!

HOWEVER, we will be doing a revised version of the STEP IT UP challenge on Thursday (June 9), and LCW on Tuesday (June 14). You will need to track these and post your results within 24 hours! :)

So Week 9 in summation – You and your DUO partner will be working on completing the OLYMPIC NINJA TRIATHLON. You will need to notify the team when your DUO completes the Triathlon. Points will be awarded in the order that DUOs complete it, i.e. 1st place gets 10pts., 2nd place gets 9pts., etc. As we compete in the Triathlon, we will still be doing our traditional challenges but only STEP IT UP and LCW need to be tracked and posted!

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