Want to get into shape really quickly? Join us for the 10K challenge.
This month, the 10K challenge is to do 10,000 reps of an exercise. We have three levels of this challenge.
The purpose of this challenge is to push your limits. I would focus on doing this over a 5-6 days a week period. I personally give myself Sundays off. So that gives me roughly 20-25 days.
Level I: Insanity Challenge
If you choose this level, you are committing to doing an average of 400 of your exercise per day. That is 10,000 of 1 particular exercise.
Level II: Standard Challenge
If you choose this level, you are committing to doing an average of 80 of each of your five different exercises per day. That is 2000 reps of 5 different exercises.
Level III: Kiddie Challenge
If you choose this level, you are committing to doing an average of 40 that each of your 10 different exercises per day. Level III do you 1000 reps of 10 different exercises.
What exercises should you do?
If you’re doing Level I, I would suggest doing a cardio type of exercise, like jumping jacks.
If you are doing level II, choose from a variety of areas of your body. Make sure that you’re working cardio but also upper body, core, and lower body.
If you decide to do level III, you’re probably going to need to do all of the exercises that are listed in our 10 foundational exercises. Or add your own.
I personally am going to be doing level II. I will be doing the following exercises: standard push-up, leg raises, squats, jumping jacks and tricep dips.
But whatever you choose please leave a comment below letting all of us know what level you’ve decided to do, and what exercises you decided to do. We would love the see a variety of different exercises being done.
Challenge yourself you may sign up for level III, but see if you can do more than that the 10,000. I will be keeping track of what I do each day. If you’d like, here you can download a PDF that you can print out and use as a tally sheet.
Rock on and let us know what you’re up to.