The Whole Life Challenge begins in just 3 days!
“Nothing good ever comes easy.” That’s what they say, right?
Well, the Whole Life Challenge definitely isn’t “easy” — the word “challenge” is in the name after all! Whatever your health and fitness goals are, you’re going to have to work hard to achieve them. What you put in determines what you get out of it.
With that said, there’s a reason the Whole Life Challenge works for people while so many other challenges fail to produce long-term results. It’s because we encourage a series of small but attainable lifestyle changes.
Yes, these changes will challenge you. But we’re not proposing radical shifts — in fact, we let you set a lot of your own goals: how much sleep to get, what type of exercise to do, which level of nutrition plan you want to use.
So again, we’re not going to tell you it’s easy. But we’ll say that it’s flexible, it’s fun, and it’s effective.
Has anything changed from the way you were living your life last year? Are you looking to improve some facet of your health? The WLC can help you make some actionable change, so what are you waiting for?! Join our team! You’ll log into the Whole Life Challenge website daily to update your performance on the 7 habits. Your fellow gym-mates will be doing the same thing! Game rules are located here.
From the Whole Life Challenge blog: The Vicious Sugar Cycle (And How to Break It).
0:00 – 10:00
Run to Sessions 2x
10:00 – 25:00
Workout movement prep
Turkish Getup review
Steel Mace 360 practice
25:00 – 55:00
30 minutes for quality
4 Alternating Turkish Getups
20/20 Steel Mace 360s* (20 clockwise, 20 counterclockwise)
40 yd Beast Crawl
Rest as needed between exercises.
* sub 10/10 kettlebell halos if you haven’t mastered the 360 yet
L4: 32/24k getups, L-chinups
L3: 28/22k getups, knee tuck chinups
L2: box assisted chinups are ok
L1: box assisted chinups OR 20 supinated-grip ring rows
55:00 – 60:00
Stretch – couch stretch, legs up wall