Make This Summer Your Healthiest Yet With the 10 in 4 Challenge
It’s getting hot in herre … so be your healthiest yet.
Wait. That’s not how it goes?
But that’s how we think it should go because we’re about to launch our summer edition of the 10 in 4 Challenge and, ladies, it’s going to be just like the summer sun … hot, hot, hot!
Especially if your definition of “hot” isn’t about what you look like at all, but is about feeling good and healthy inside and out — because that’s what the 10 in 4 Challenge is all about. It’s our weight-loss with self love program that helps you to find your healthy jam with a group of like-minded women (plus us and Dave Smith as your personal coaches!) who have the same goal.
We offer the 10 in 4 Challenge year-round, but we pick a few key times a year to get a big group together so that the experience is extra awesome. And now is one of those times! If you want to do this summer edition of the 10 in 4 Challenge, be sure to sign up by June 15 to get all your materials before we begin. The official challenge will kick off on June 18 — and whether you’re looking to adopt a healthy lifestyle without dieting or fine-tune your habits for better results, it’s the program for you! (Plus, it’s totes fun. Promise.)
Get more deets and sign up here.
We’d love to have you join us!
I’ld like to take this summer challenge. Looks great to do.
Thank you for sharing this article and resources related to health, diet. I will definitely make my summer resolution to stay fit and healthy.
Hey. It’s a great idea to hold events like this. I hope it’s possible this year.
Down for this challenge. The pandemic has forced me to stay out of gym for long. But it’s time that I go with what has been given, and work on my fitness and body with whatever that I have been given. Definitely down for this challenge!
Thank you Jenn.
Quick question, how do you take care of your bone, ligament and tendon health while lifting heavy? I’ve only recently started working out, and my trainer advices me to go heavy on most of the exercises. As I recall, I’ve seen bodybuilders lifting heavy during their initial days but later go through several injuries. How do I ensure I’m lifting heavy, while also taking care of my bone health?
Thanks in advance!
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