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End of Spring 2018 Challenge

Friday, June 01, 2018

How did that happen? I can't believe how fast those past eight weeks flew by! Granted, I know the Summer 2018 Challenge will be right around the corner. I feel like I didn't participate very much except posting my weigh-ins weekly and posting my daily exercise and challenges. Spring time for teachers is always busy and stressful! But my daughter also had her freshmen year of track that added to the hectic weeks and stress. I'm looking forward to checking my measurements tomorrow! I am really hoping to see a change in those. In my book, its more important to lose fat than weight. So as long as those numbers and moving, then I will be happy. I've been doing a decent job doing my weight training. And can feel a difference how my clothes fit and how I look. So I am hoping that is not all in my head and I see a difference in the measurement numbers! So, onto the Summer 2018 Challenge!

Interested? Check out the Summer 2018 Challenge:

This is your invitation! Are you looking for a way to get fit, lose weight, and have fun along the way? Check out the 2018 Summer 5% Challenge! Team members will work towards losing 5% of their starting weight in 8 weeks by participating in team challenges that focus on exercise & healthy lifestyle habits. Members in maintenance are also welcome. Let’s have fun, make new friends and get in shape! Challenge date to be announced. Please click on this link to join the Challenge.

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  • SWEETNEEY
    Stay motivated
    534 days ago
  • 1CRAZYDOG
    Here's to a successful Summer!
    534 days ago
  • RHVICK
    I agree with you about how fast the spring challenge had flown. I also encourage everyone to join for summer.
    535 days ago
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