The first week of the Move Nourish Believe Challenge is over. I have really enjoyed the structure of the various challenges, and the new people I have been able to interact with.
Monday’s challenge was “sweat it out — show us your favorite way to sweat”!
Monday was a “stretching” day for me but I shared an older “sweaty” picture of a running day; running is always my favorite way to sweat.
Tuesday’s challenge was “Change it up! – Sweat a new way”!
Tuesday was a “regular run” day for me but I shared a picture from my “Kangoo” workout last year. It was definitely a new way to work out and a fun challenge!
Wednesday’s challenge was “Let’s get planking — plank at least five minutes today”!
I did this in five one-minute segments: an elbow plank, a regular plank, a left side plank, a right side plank, and an elbow plank.
Thursday’s challenge was “Buddy Up – work out with a friend today”!
Since I had no buddies for my 6 am run, I shared a picture from last summer, when I got together with my friends Diane and Amelia for a Saturday morning workout (I ran with Diane then kept running while she did an open water swim with Amelia) on Clearwater Beach.
Friday’s challenge was “Show us your five fitness faves”!
My faves are (clockwise from top left):
1) My coach, Jeff Kline;
5) “The sheer joy of running.”
(And although I was only supposed to demonstrate five things, it’s important to note that Charity Miles is almost always part of my running!)
There you have it! There are two more weeks left in the challenge, so please feel free to join us! For more details, visit this link.
Thank you to Lorna Jane for sponsoring this challenge. Check out their cool fitness apparel via this link.
And although today wasn’t an official challenge day, I’ll close with the highlight of the day. My son (who has been sucked into a few years of gaming after many years of being an active youngster) joined me for the “Run for the Cookies” (he ran the mile, I ran the 5K). It was a happy happy moment.
Wife of one, Mom of two, Friend of many. My pronouns are she/her/hers.