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The aim of this challenge is to find the person who can lose the most weight from doing a set workout. To take part in this challenge you need to weigh yourself (in kilograms and ideally... more details
by kick boxer girl
Challenge created by: PersonTrainer
Challenge for: male and female competitors
Challenge goal: improve general fitness
Challenge targets: whole body
Level: suitable for all competitors
Age: 16 to 100 years of age
The aim of this challenge is to find the person who can lose the most weight from doing a set workout. To take part in this challenge you need to weigh yourself (in kilograms and ideally to 2 decimal places) immediately before and immediately after completing the workout.
The workout is as follows:-
1) Prisoner Squat (20 repetitions)
2) Jumping Jacks (100 reps)
3) 10 minutes on rowing machine
4) 10 minutes running or on treadmill
5) 10 minutes cycling
The speed and intensity at which you complete this workout is up to you. However, remember, the aim of the challenge is to lose as much weight as possible so the harder you work the more you'll sweat!
E1: Your weight, in kgs, immediately before workout
E2: Your Weight, in kgs, immediately after the workout
Interesting challenge. Weighing 68 kilo's I have lost 13 kilo's on a training run 2 times. 22 mile run at 122 Fahrenheit even though drank 6 litesof water and another time on a high intensity 40 mile training run in 90 degree weather. If one would salt and carbo load the n ight before and down a liter of ater before the weigh in, I think 10 kilo's cold be lost with a high intensity workout. It's the rowing running and cycling that will do it.
by AndyWeaver on 2/22/2011 5:44:00 AM
You will need a set of digital weighing scales for this challenge
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