April 21, 2017
The My Workout Buddy $50 Challenge
If you’re looking to enhance style and your overall appearance, you should know keeping fit plays a huge part in this. With our recent fitness article focusing on ‘Working Out To Look Good‘, alongside the rise of the newly labeled Spornosexual man, it’s clear that getting and staying in shape is more popular than ever.
For the past 2 years I’ve dipped in and out of Gym memberships, usually working out solid for about 3 weeks before rediscovering the joys of a pint alongside a busy work schedule getting in the way.
I’ve never been able to keep a routine, and I’ve never been able into the shape I wanted.
Introducing My Workout Buddy (The App)
Now with the launch of a new fitness app on the brink (My Workout Buddy), I’ve been challenged to get into shape within 6 weeks following a set diet and exercise plan religiously.
Here’s the catch…
Deadlines and incentives have always helped me achieve, so therefore $50 is up for grabs to anyone who signs up. If I fail the challenge, you get $50.
Pretty simple, and an extremely good reason for me to not fail.
But before the hate mail starts flooding in, alongside the discouraging comments, even if I complete the challenge set you will still benefit hugely.
So send me encouragement please
Because even if I complete my goal, getting in shape within the 6 week period, everyone involved in the challenge will receive some goodies. So if I fail, you’ll get $50.
But if I succeed… join in and you could also get:
- Exclusive, early bird access to the My Workout Buddy mobile application which I’ll be using along the way. (Yes, you’ll be the first to access it and use it)
- 5 people will also be chosen at random, to get a 6 week 1 on 1 coaching plan from Mark at My Workout Buddy (worth $297) – This will be delivered online.
- I’ll send the step by step training and diet plan I used through email, to everyone who gets involved.
- Plus 1 person will be chosen at random to receive $150 worth of fitness goodies from MyProtein.com.
More information on the challenge, alongside how to get involved can be found here.
It’s going to be tough, but hopefully well worth it in the long run.
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