4/16/15 – May Whole Life Challenge

It’s that time again!

May 2nd, the next Whole Life Challenge begins. If this is your first time hearing about the challenge, I suggest you check out their website for all the information you’ll need about the challenge. To keep it short and sweet, The Whole Life Challenge is an 8-week lifestyle game that focuses on changes in body composition, lifestyle and performance.

A quick run down of how it works is this:

You sign up and chose the best team that you could possibly be on – The Fitness Coalition ( of course )
Once you sign up and choose your team you’ll need to pick what level you’d like to do for the challenge. The levels are Kick Start (beginner), Lifestyle (intermediate), and Performance (advanced). Each level has compliant foods you’re allowed to eat during the challenge. As a community, we will all do a “baseline” workout at the beginning of the challenge and repeat the same workout at the end of the 8-weeks to check our improvement.

We will have a “KICK OFF” meeting to discuss all things Whole Life Challenge. We will keep you all updated very soon as to when that meeting will be. Bring any of all of your questions you may have to the meeting so we can make sure everybody completely understands the rules and regulations of the challenge.

If you plan on joining the team we also have a private facebook page we use during the challenge to share recipes, articles, and for overall support. We are all in this together. It’s an awesome feeling to know you aren’t in this all by yourself and others may be experiencing the same hardships you are at the beginning.

I could talk about this forever. I absolutely LOVE the challenge and I can’t wait until the next one starts.

Join our team – The Fitness Coalition HERE.

– Joey


Workout of the Day

A. Every 2 minutes, for 20 minutes (10 sets):
High Hang Snatch + Hang Snatch + Snatch
*Build over the course of the 10 sets to something heavy for today.Goal is same or heavier loads than you used on March 30, 2015.
Three rounds for time of:
Run 400 Meters
10 Deadlifts 275/185
20 Ring Dips

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