This is a very straight forward, yet powerful, challenge that will help you stay active and stay positive as we go into the holiday season. This month’s GOAL: We are committed to 21 days of eating healthier and walking briskly for at least 30 minutes a day. Walking Challenge Details
Experts say that it only takes 21 days to form a new habit. This means that in the next 21 days you could break a habit of being inactive and acquire a new habit of working out regularly by walking for 21 days! This challenge is also great for joggers and runners.
Challenge CHECKLIST: We are giving you a checklist with a daily step goal and a daily affirmation to help you develop a new mindset over the next 21 days as well. Say the affirmation to yourself during your workout. Record how long you walked next to the words “TOTAL TIME”.
Click Here to Sign up with you Email Address and Download the Checklist
We want you to work at your own pace and do what is comfortable for your fitness level. This isn’t a competition and it’s not about perfection. It’s about challenging yourself to do the work. If all you can do is 15 minutes of walking, then let that be your starting point. No judgement.
- Visit our Facebook page daily for tips and inspiration. Join our Facebook private group for support and more information during the challenge.
- You may want to buy fitness tracker, pedometer or download a free mobile app that tracks your steps via your phone.
Tip: If weather or time is a challenge, consider Leslie Samson’s walking workout DVD series.
Bonus: Join our November Dietbet – Starting on November 8th. $35 Bet – Lose to win! Lose 4% of your weight and spilt the pot with other participants who have done the same. Photo weigh-in Nov 6-7th
Disclaimer* Before starting any exercise program, please consult with your doctor. We cannot be held responsible for any injuries resulting from attempting this exercise routine. If you have injuries that could be worsened, are pregnant, have knee issues, or are suffering neck and back pain, you should speak with a professional trainer about what workouts would be best for you. Do not attempt if you have current injuries, past surgeries or other physical issues/health issues that could be affected by exercise.