Why You Need To Join the following Nerd Fitness Challenge

 

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Why You Should Join the Next Nerd Fitness Challenge. By Steve Kamb • Last Updated: May 30, 2013 • 42 comments. About three years ago, I had an idea. I was a few weeks away from going on a vacation, and wanted to set some fitness.

Joining our Fitness Challenge with a specific start and stop date will give you the extra focus to add new workouts with an eye on training towards those goals. We will personalize the workouts for you, and the extra motivation will help you push through the challenges of taking your fitness to the next level. If you’re brand new to the Nerd Fitness message boards, we’d love to have you on there! Here’s how you can join the Six-Week Challenge (starts Monday April 13th, but even if you read this late, join us all week and catch up!). The FULL instructions are here, but I’ll give you the abridged version too: 1) Pick your goals.

The New You 6 Week Challenge is not only a fitness challenge, but a diet challenge as well. As part of the Challenge, you’ll receive a customized nutrition plan. Eating properly will absolutely improve your energy, which means you’ll have better training sessions and a better overall quality of life. When you’re doing a fitness challenge, you know you’re going to have to incorporate specific sweat sessions or exercises into your routine—so you end up planning out when exactly you’ll do them.

Join Nerd Fitness Prime! Nerd Fitness Prime is our premium membership program that contains at-home exercise routines, live-streamed workouts with NF Coaches, a supportive online community, group challenges, and much more! Learn more about Nerd Fitness Prime! Option #3) Become part of the Rebellion! We need good people like you in our community.

The Next 5 Week Challenge Starts Sunday, August 2nd and ends Saturday, September 5th. This challenge continues to see the world facing an unprecedented crisis. Many of us have to socially distance, which makes our connections here all the more important. You can find the current challenge subforum here and Rules/FAQ here.

Fun fitness challenges and competitions with your friends, family, and colleagues can go a long way toward shaking up your fitness routine and giving you a reason to keep trying. And there are lots of reasons why you should stick to social fitness, to it to boost your activity and improve your lifestyle towards a healthier one. Nerd Fitness: A fitness website for nerds and average Joes. Helping you lose weight, get stronger, live better.

The Next 5 Week Challenge Starts Sunday, August 2nd and ends Saturday, September 5th. This challenge continues to see the world facing an unprecedented crisis. Many of us have to socially distance, which makes our connections here all the more important.

List of related literature:

I could never have taken on these challenges without the confidence that being a part of the Nerd Fitness Rebellion gave me.

“Level Up Your Life: How to Unlock Adventure and Happiness by Becoming the Hero of Your Own Story” by Steve Kamb
from Level Up Your Life: How to Unlock Adventure and Happiness by Becoming the Hero of Your Own Story
by Steve Kamb
Potter/Ten Speed/Harmony/Rodale, 2016

The real challenge will come now: a lifetime commitment to fitness and wellness.

“Lifetime Physical Fitness and Wellness: A Personalized Program” by Wener W.K. Hoeger, Sharon A. Hoeger
from Lifetime Physical Fitness and Wellness: A Personalized Program
by Wener W.K. Hoeger, Sharon A. Hoeger
Cengage Learning, 2014

My main challenge was to find a form of exercise that I would stick with.

“On Becoming Fearless...in Love, Work, and Life” by Arianna Huffington
from On Becoming Fearless…in Love, Work, and Life
by Arianna Huffington
Little, Brown, 2006

The real challenge comes now: a lifetime commitment to fitness and wellness.

“Principles and Labs for Fitness and Wellness” by Wener W.K. Hoeger, Sharon A. Hoeger
from Principles and Labs for Fitness and Wellness
by Wener W.K. Hoeger, Sharon A. Hoeger
Cengage Learning, 2015

The real challenge will come now: a lifetime commitment to fitness and a healthy lifestyle.

“Principles and Labs for Physical Fitness” by Wener Hoeger, Sharon Hoeger
from Principles and Labs for Physical Fitness
by Wener Hoeger, Sharon Hoeger
Cengage Learning, 2009

The challenge of becoming Spartan Fit makes it fun, though.

“Spartan Fit!: 30 Days. Transform Your Mind. Transform Your Body. Commit to Grit.” by Joe De Sena, John Durant
from Spartan Fit!: 30 Days. Transform Your Mind. Transform Your Body. Commit to Grit.
by Joe De Sena, John Durant
HMH Books, 2016

The top reasons I hear from people about why they want to do the 7Day Challenge is they want to look better and they want to lose weight.

“Get Off Your Acid: 7 Steps in 7 Days to Lose Weight, Fight Inflammation, and Reclaim Your Health and Energy” by Daryl Gioffre
from Get Off Your Acid: 7 Steps in 7 Days to Lose Weight, Fight Inflammation, and Reclaim Your Health and Energy
by Daryl Gioffre
Hachette Books, 2018

One of the problems with the Get Fit Challenge, as it is called, was that I had to exercise a lot.

“Looking for Lovely: Collecting Moments that Matter” by Annie F. Downs
from Looking for Lovely: Collecting Moments that Matter
by Annie F. Downs
B&H Publishing Group, 2016

I signed up, and almost immediately noticed an important shift: Instead of coming up with reasons not to exercise, I started looking forward to it.

“Exercise for Mood and Anxiety: Proven Strategies for Overcoming Depression and Enhancing Well-Being” by Michael Otto, Jasper A.J. Smits
from Exercise for Mood and Anxiety: Proven Strategies for Overcoming Depression and Enhancing Well-Being
by Michael Otto, Jasper A.J. Smits
Oxford University Press, USA, 2011

Because I now know that starting from scratch in the world of fitness is probably the hardest thing you can do.

“Can I Speak to Someone in Charge?” by Emily Clarkson
from Can I Speak to Someone in Charge?
by Emily Clarkson
Simon & Schuster UK, 2017

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  • You know what you guys should do? You should stream the workouts on twitch that way we can all do it at the same time! It’d be gym class for all of us. The time zones would be a problem but anyone could always go back to it and watch it…

  • I appreciate the message here, boys. Whilst I am already pretty ripped (disregard the only video on my channel, t’was when I was a stick), I encourage you to encourage your audience to encourage you boys to work out! But yeah, fit gamers are sort of a new thing in my opinion; no reason why being a nerd has to also be synonymous with being unhealthy! #BuffNerdsUnite

  • Get it! I think it’d be awesome if y’all did a sketch with Epic NPC about speed levelling, while showing your gains over time! You’d just have to recreate the scene 10 times over the period:p

  • I created a 30 day workout challenge with a prize at the end! I really want to get 10 signups this week! Sign up here: http://bit.ly/30dayworkoutchallenge

  • THIS is so funny. I just started a workout challenge myself!! I will most certainly keep an eye on your beautiful bods becoming true machines of power!!!

  • Absolutely love this, good on you guys! Stick with it and get those gains!!!! I hope a lot of you VLDL fans out there start your journey to a more healthy and active lifestyle

  • I’m one of those rare guys. I’m a gamer, 100%, but my job is as a sports coach, I do two runs per week and I’m a black belt in Tae Kwon Do. Best of both worlds, just gotta learn how to schedule your time. Have fun boys, and everyone getting involved you’ll have a blast!

  • I play video games every night, but I also get a workout in beforehand every single night! I have been lifting for a year now and am excited for how things are going. Good luck to you and all!

  • I’m in. I just happened to get a membership to Planet Fitness so I can from Planet Fatness to Planet Fitness (ok, it’s my dumb slogan). I’ll be in! This is great.

  • I’d love to come on board, but, a month ago, I had an anxiety attack, and myheart and the like have not been the same since, haven’t had my medical insurance all put together to see a doc so, until then, I’ll cheer the rest of you on.

  • 10/10 exactly what I needed! Let’s do this!

    P.s. @brittscottclark told me about this week’s ago and she’s way ahead of us but we’ve got this!

  • Nah, I just do cardio because I like running, plus a few series of other exercises for about half an hour after running to keep variety. Everything else bores me to fucking tears, specially lifting.

    But, GOOD LUCK GUYS! And keep those Arnie impressions coming!

  • What a great idea to get gamers moving. You get your workout and make videos at the same time. I may be somewhat motivated. Hope it’s a very successful journey!

  • Hey guys, i know this video is a bit older, BUT: does anybody know the song in the background? I really want 2 hear a fullversion of that.
    Pls help:’)

  • This is actually a really dope idea. Having an exercise buddy is super helpful and motivating. The problem is finding someone to do it with. I am really excited for this:D. This is something I didn’t know I wanted, thanks guys:D

  • I watched buffed up nerds and I’m curious if you guys are still at? I have at least one of each of your injuries. Nerd neck, lowerback due to tight glutes and tight hip flexors. So I understand how daunting and painful it can be.

  • Sign me up for whatever the gym u are going to, sooo i can watch you guys sweating with ur tight vests. For science of course, nothing weird.