|Date:||February 7, 2017|
|Appearance:||I’ve completed hundreds of 30-day challenges — here’s what I’ve learned|
I’ve completed hundreds of 30-day challenges — here’s what I’ve learned
I’ve done maybe upwards of a hundred Challenges over the years. It started with health and fitness, way back in the day.
My friend and I would meal prep in our little cottages, and we’d challenge ourselves to eat clean all week, until cheat day. I did a Whole30 that snowballed into a Whole90.
One time, my trainer issued—and I accepted—the challenge of doing 10,000 kettlebell swings in a month.
Trust me when I say that my derrière has never been the same.
Before I go too far into why I find Challenges to be so shift-sparking and growth provoking, and the growth I’ve seen in my life in the course of taking on Challenges, we need to agree on some things.
Or one thing. Namely, what I mean by “challenges.”
I’m not talking generically about things that are a little hard to do, or a lot hard, though I like them, too.
When I use the word challenges with a capital C, I’m talking about something very particular: