Why are We Running a Challenge at All?

Why are We Running a Challenge at All?

There is a lot of effort that goes into running a Challenge (even one as well-organized as the WLC). Why bother at all?

While people don’t join a gym or go to work each day in order to participate in a Challenge, they do come to lead a better life. They come for leadership. They come to learn and contribute and be fulfilled. They come for more.

Participating in the Whole Life Challenge might be completely outside the context of what they think they need, but more likely than not, it contains one (or more) of the things they’re missing from their daily life: accountability, commitment, consistency, camaraderie, and support.

They’ll get it from the WLC, and they’ll love the experience. In the process, they’ll participate at a level and pace appropriate for their current desire to change, leading to confidence and success that will bleed over into other parts of their lives.

The Challenge isn’t really a Challenge. It’s a system of support and friendly competition that breeds healthier, more confident people over the course of eight weeks. They become closer, better friends, teammates, and colleagues. It’s definitely not another busted nutrition challenge.

So if we think it’s a great idea… We think you should think the same. If you’re intrigued, and you’d like to learn more, click the link below. You’ll be taken to the players page, where you can see the answers to most commonly-asked questions about the who, what, how and why for the Challenge. If you like what you see, you can register to play. And join our CPMFITness team.


The O-Board Says…

Part A:
Kipping Work Practice

Part B:
AMRAP 20min
3 Muscle-Ups (9 Pull-Ups+ 9 Dips)
30 Walking Lunges
30 Cal Row

Post by Chris; @cmoknows