This week on the blog we dropped details on our next nutrition challenge: the #800gChallenge®. If you haven’t signed up yet, you can do that HERE.
So, What is the #800gChallenge®?
The #800gChallenge® is a fun and inclusive twist on eating healthy. First, there are NO foods to eliminate. That’s right! All you have to do is eat 800 grams, by weight, of fruits and vegetables each day. Why? It’s a simplified way to get all those servings of fruits and vegetables that are associated with health.
This Challenge is Unique
Unique to this challenge is that we are using our workout log app SugarWOD to distribute nutrition content throughout the challenge in a private group track. You’ll get informational blog posts, videos, and tips to stay motivated and engaged throughout the challenge. This also means we’ve got real-time leaderboarding; see where and how you stack up each day!
This challenge was created by EC Synkowski of OptimizeMe Nutrition, a certified CrossFit Level 4 Coach who has educated thousands of individuals on nutrition.
Why a Challenge At All?
Yes, you come to our affiliate for the workouts – but nutrition is AS IMPORTANT AS WORKING OUT. Re-read that. We get it! In our modern busy lives, we are ALL subject to falling off the proverbial nutrition wagon. We use challenges to provide that same group atmosphere that’s successful for workouts. It’s about getting back on the wagon, challenging yourself, and/or learning something new about your nutrition.
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