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Let me just start by saying: This Challenge was a serious one.

Scoreboard

Now, the champion of the week, is Amy to whom no one came even close… yep that’s right, not even me (shame!). So here it is: I have not completed my own challenge! I know, I probably should get kicked out from this blogging world for that… but I’ll stand my ground! I could give you a million excuses as of why I didn’t complete it, and that’s exactly what I’ll do! 1) splinter. 2) unexpected bf showing up 3) crazy week 4) lack of planning skills 😉

So on that note, I still want to congratulate everyone who took part in it, cause it wasn’t easy! Britdanielle finished the crunches and was almost there with the Plyos… The as far as me and Marie goes, we gave it a good try, but seriously lacked planning (would you say so?).

So this coming week, we’ll have a more relaxing and less boot-camp challenge… you’ll see 🙂

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Woah, so last night I did my first Plyo workout for the Challenge, and let me tell you they are CHALLENGING! so if you haven’t had a chance to look over the New Challenge, here’s an overview:

THE CORE + PLYO CHALLENGE
See details Here

The Rules:

  • 1000 crunches & 200 Plyometric B****
  • You have until next Thursday (February 4th 11:59PM) to turn in your numbers.
  • Update me as often as you can by leaving a comment on the wall
  • Bring in as many people as you can, to help me and the world to be a FITTER and HEALTHIER place!
  • There’s a reason why I called it the Plyometric B****. If you REALLY can’t do it, just omit the push-up and stay in plank position.
  • JUST DO IT!

How Do You Get In? Just leave a message saying “I’m in” and I’ll put your name up on the board!

– Kloé

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And the time’s up! The Core Challenge 1000 is finally over. A total of SIX people entered it, of which THREE successfully finished. So a big applause to Amy, whom not only finished on time, but added an extra 125 crunches to her score. Wow! Then I got a bit worried for Marie, (it was Thursday 8PM and I hadn’t gotten her remaining 190 crunches in) but she pulled it off like it was NO BIG DEAL! And finally me, I did it :-).
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As I said earlier, there are three people who I shall not name, that didn’t complete the challenge (check the scoreboard/green apple ;-)) and just because I strongly believe in finishing what we started, you have an EXTENSION, until next Friday (yes I’m very generous!). So JUST DO IT!!

New Challenge will be Up and Running soon!

– Kloé

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Just a reminder that tonight is the LAST DAY to turn in your Crunch Count for the Core Challenge Extended, so make sure to let me know, and congrats to everyone taking on the Challenge!

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First off: Thank you everybody for taking on the Core Challenge 1000, you certainly won’t regret it! Then, I saw the movie Avatar last night, and I have to say it’s really impressive. Just the 3D experience by itself was worth it, regardless of the movie – which was actually really good! So if you haven’t seen it yet, go get your ticket now, because trust me, it won’t be the same on your TV screen! 

Any thoughts on the movie? 

– Kloé

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→ Check out the Latest Challenge Here

Last Friday, I started the “Race Day Challenge Series”  with a Core challenge. Success? Marie rocked it with over 500 crunches. I did about 320. Since we all need stronger and more defined abs (it’s never enough, is it?) I decided to keep this as an ongoing challenge. This week’s goal: 1000 crunches (turned in before next Thursday, Jan. 28th 11:59PM). I know Marie’s up for it, and I know I am! So join the ab-party(Hah!) and bring in anyone you want! Click the Green Apple to see the updated scores!

Here are a couple reasons why you want a stronger core:

  1. It just looks great!
  2. Enhances running performance (better posture, less pressure on the joints, stronger stride, etc.)
  3. Enhances swimming, biking, and most sports performance
  4. Helps maintain a good posture (a good posture is always very well perceived by your peers and coworkers!)
  5. For those trying to lose weight, a tighter midsection decreases the health risks of Diabetes, heart conditions, high blood pressure, etc.

Join in the Core Challenge for the second/third week, and all you have to do is your best! It is a friendly competition, and YOU are your biggest competitor! So get on the mat and prove to yourself that you can do it!

I know there are a lot more moves out there then just crunches, so use common sense to count it 🙂
Update me as frequently as you can by leaving a comment on the wall!

– Kloé

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Weekend

Off to a great weekend (although the snow is melting so maybe no snowshoe for me this weekend 😦 ). Don’t forget about the Core Challenge and update me as often as you want. Bring in as many people as you can, and just include their name with their Crunch Count!

Back on Monday with a new Healthy Recipe!

– Kloé

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