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Day 1 of 30 - Post summer BLC personal 30-day challenge

Thursday, August 18, 2016

Since I'm feeling so elated about finishing the Summer Strong biggest loser challenge, I'm giving myself a 30-day challenge to stay on track while I wait for the Fall challenge to begin. There may be some overlap, since I saw 'second week of September' as the target to start the new Fall challenge. My own 30-day challenge would bring me to Sep 17, which is the start of the third week. Of course, these challenges are all volunteer-driven efforts so I suspect the dates may change. No worries, I'm here to keep myself on track, whether it is for 2, 3 or 4 weeks.
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I'm going to rip off some of the elements of the BL team challenges. I like the weight/fitness minutes report and some of the ITCs. I'll figure out the specifics week-to-week, but for now, I'm starting with the weekly report template:


Starting Weight - Aug 18 (18/08) 146 lbs

Week 1 (+ 7) - 25/08: 146 lbs Cardio: 544 Strength: 6 Pers Challenge: 34/34
Week 2 (+14) - 01/09: 146 lbs Cardio: 139 Strength: 0 Pers Challenge: n/a
Week 3 (+21) - 08/09: xxx.x lbs Cardio: xxx Strength: xx Pers Challenge: x
Week 4 (+28) - 15/09: xxx.x lbs Cardio: xxx Strength: xx Pers Challenge: x
Last 2d (+30) - 17/09: xxx.x lbs Cardio: xxx Strength: xx Pers Challenge: x

Anyone who cares to join me, you're more than welcome!

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  • SPICY23
    Thank you for your response and invite. I'm of the same mind. I think I will have Sets of Reps rather than minutes of Strength training because I am trying to focus on getting those in more consistently.

    You rock!

    Peace and Care
    1320 days ago
  • RUBYTUESDAY06
    I'm going to do this with you :3
    1320 days ago
  • MNCYCLIST
    Sounds awesome, and good for you for taking charge or your fitness!
    1320 days ago
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