Change Your Habits for 6 Weeks(And You Could Change Your Whole Life)The Summer Challenge Starts July 7th
What is the Whole Life Challenge?
The Whole Life Challenge is a 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving your health, fitness, and overall well-being — one habit at a time.
Watch the video below to learn more.
How it Works
Each day for the duration of the 6-week Challenge, you'll get points for completing each of the 7 Daily Habits.
The 7 Daily Habits work together to create an effect in your life that’s hard to overstate — after a few weeks, you’ll feel rested, energetic, present, strong, healthy (and perhaps even happier).
Even better, you’ll have a base knowledge about health and wellness that will last long after the Challenge ends, giving you the tools you need to build a healthier lifestyle for years to come.
The Best Part—
We Don’t expect you to be perfect.
While the Whole Life Challenge provides rules and guidelines for best results, we still want you to experience life. This means you’ll sometimes give up a point or two doing the things you love — and that’s okay. Read the Philosophy of Imperfection.
Are you in?
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