This month’s challenge is Super Simple, but it’s also Super Powerful.
Commit to 21 Days of Exercise!
Challenge Goal: Workout for a minimum of 21 days during November.
NO Signup Required.
You’ll find this month’s daily tracking calendar below. Each day, you’ll include the Exercise of the Day listed on the calendar as part of your regularly scheduled workout, or you’ll complete the daily task in addition to your workout.
- This challenge is all about Accountability. We will post a daily CHECK-IN post every evening Nov 1 – 30 on Facebook or Instagram. (www.facebook.com/blackwomenlosingweight and @blackwomenlosingweight)
- Exercise for a minimum of 30 minutes per workout.
- Your choice of exercise. – Chose a workout routine that fits your current level of fitness, and work at your own pace.
- If the Exercise of the Day is not an exercise you can do, pick another exercise. (We have posted videos of all the exercises.)
- Stay hydrated: Drink at least 64 oz of water each day. (If you drink much more than that or have medical limitations (due to kidney issues or other ailments), do what works for you.
- We suggest that you take at least one rest day per week.
We all get busy during the holidays, and it can be challenging to stay committed to your workout routine. This challenge allows you to create an exercise schedule that works for you. Keep track of your workouts using our Tracking Calendar.
Click Here to Download the Printable Calendar. – PDF file
How can you join us?
1. Leave a comment below and tell us why you are joining this month’s self-guided challenge.
2. Check in Daily on Facebook or Instagram!
3. Lose to Win – Join our November DietBet for Extra Motivation – $30 Bet. Lose 4% of your weight
4. Share your Workout Selfies. Use the Challenge Hashtag #BWLWNov when you post workout selfies.
PS: If you haven’t joined our email list yet, sign up today.
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. Don’t forget to stretch before and after working out to avoid injuries. If you feel pain or severe discomfort, stop.
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