Fall 2017 Six-Week Weight Loss Challenge (WLC)
Join the Faculty and Staff Wellness Program for a weight loss challenge. The Wellness Program is offering a 6 week challenge that will begin on September 25th. You can sign up now to reserve your weigh in time slot during the week of September 18th. To sign up, email email@example.com with your full name and if you are a faculty and staff member or a student. This year we are adding a little twist to the challenge as well! Everything is individual and faculty and staff are competing against the students to see who can lose the most amount of weight. The winners will be determined by percentage of total weight lost, which is all based off of body composition. The faculty and staff winner will receive a punch card for the Regis Café plus some additional goodies and the student winner will receive a $25 gift card to the bookstore plus some additional goodies.
To keep track of your fitness and nutrition, either while doing the challenge or for general daily use, we recommend using MyFitnessPal. It is not just a website for recording your exercise and nutrition, but it also comes in a convenient app for your phone! If you are participating in the weight loss challenge, we recommend you use this program to help you stay on track with your goals because we all know the more you put into something, the more you will get out of it.
Fall 2017 6 Week Weight Loss Challenge
Challenge Dates: September 25th – November 3rd
Initial Weigh In Dates: September 18th – 22nd
* scheduling times are based on student personal trainers and the Coordinator of Fitness and Wellness schedules.
Final Weigh In Dates: November 1st, 2nd and 3rd
The team and individual winners will be announced the week of November 6th.
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