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30 Day Fitness Challenge: Which One Should I Choose?

Yesterday I posted about my overall fitness and weight loss goal as well as my short term goals (3 months and 6 months). I'll be honest, I'm still trying to figure out how I'm going to get there but I realized I do best with mini-goals to help get me to my big goals. So for the month of June, I'll commit to one 30-Day fitness challenge. 30 straight days of fitness, up to 30 minutes each workout (I seriously don't have the attention span to do more than that!). I had a personal goal of dropping a few pounds in June, so healthy eating, tracking my food and drinking my water, coupled with converting myself out of couch potato land should get me to that goal.

Finding a 30 Day Fitness Challenge
The problem is, there are sooooo many different challenges to choose from. Booty, belly, arms, abs, thighs, HIIT, full body, Tabata. Yikes. I have no idea what I'm going to choose, but there are some pretty interesting 30 day fitness challenges I found on Pinterest. Here, take a look:







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  1. I do a 30 day bikram yoga challenge when I need a reset. It feels really great. Out of these the Lauren Conrad one looks pretty well rounded.

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    1. I'll have to check out that 30 Day Bikram Yoga challenge thanks!

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