Monday, April 27, 2020

Join the 30 Days of Planking Challenge

Over Lent, my husband and I planked every day for one minute and spent that minute thinking about what we are grateful for. Normally, we give up something for 40 days, but this year we decided to add something positive to our daily lives.

Some days we forgot, so we doubled up the next day and sometimes we planked before crawling into bed. It wasn't a perfect 40 days (although we didn't take any Mulligans either), but we enjoyed it so much that we decided to keep it going. We bumped up our time and have continued to plank every day.

But now we want you to join us.



I am thrilled to announce that I have opened a FREE plank challenge to help you build a stronger core. This is a trying time for everyone who is stuck at home, shut out of their gyms, missing their normal workouts and I want to help. This FUN 30-day challenge can easily be done at home and added to your existing workout routine. The plank exercises will progressively challenge ALL of your core muscles day to day, week to week.

Are you in?

Join me for the 30 Days of Planking Challenge! This is what you'll get:



  • Achievable and challenging daily plank exercises



  • Weekend bonuses



  • Private Facebook Community



  • Daily encouragement and more!


  • You get all of this FREE!! 


    This 30-day challenge starts with basic planking to get the key muscle groups working together in your core. (Can’t do a plank yet? Start by doing it on your knees, not your toes) Then, you’ll add to the challenge by doing different plank exercises each day. Each week will engage more muscles getting progressively harder.

    We will be doing a different plank exercise every day and each week will get progressively more challenging. On the weekends you will be given on optional bonus exercise to do. 

    The point is to challenge yourself mentally and physically and to get out of your comfort zone.

    Join today by requesting access to the private plank challenge group ---> here.

    Comment below with your answers:
    Do you prefer to plank or do sit-ups?
    How long can you hold a plank?
    What is harder, standard plank or forearm plank?





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