Hey, everybody! It’s Day 31 of the Kettlebell Challenge!
How are you all doing?
I’ll admit, I’m behind! The last two weeks have been GRUELING. I’m not kidding, I’ve been working 14-16 hour days EVERY DAY. But we finally launched the Village Green Marketplace on Friday so now things are going to slow down a little. Thank goodness!
I’ve decided to extend our Kettlebell Challenge ONE MORE WEEK to give me (and you guys) a little more time to reach our goal.
I’ve only done 6 workouts so far and my goal is 3 per week. So now that we have 6 weeks instead of 5, I need to do 12 more workouts to make my goal of 3 workouts per week. So I’m planning to do 6 workouts this week and 6 next week. Then I can get my Vibram 5 Fingers.
If you’re also behind, this is your chance to catch up! Let’s kick it into 5th gear!
I lost about 4 or 5 pounds over the past few weeks. I’ve been working so much, I have not had much time to eat. Haha — a new diet gimmick — I’ll call it The Launch Diet™. From the creators of The BreakUp Diet™.
The good news is, I AM seeing benefits from my workouts. Today I am moving up from a 10 pound kettlebell to a 15 pound. Yay!
Tell me, how your workouts are going? Are you still on track? This is the final stretch!
Log Your Workouts in the Kettlebell Challenge
Here’s the widget so you can log your workouts:
How to Log Workouts
Remember to log your workouts every time you do them. I’ve read that it’s best to do kettlebells every other day, not every day. Although you can work out as often as you like.
Winners will be chosen based on RESULTS (weight and inches lost, before and after photos), not the number of times you work out.
Please note — you can only log your workouts ONCE PER DAY. So you must come back to this page to log your workouts on the days that you do them.
How’s It Going?
Please post your comments below. I want to hear how it’s going for you!
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