’30-In-30′ Weight Loss Challenge Changes Format, But Not Its Mission

Filed under: Health — @ January 30, 2007

After a lot of thought and contemplation about the future purpose of the “30-In-30″ Low-Carb Weight Loss Challenge blog, I have decided to stop keeping tally of the weeks in the challenge.

WHAT?! Are you quitting on us, Jimmy? Say it ain’t so?

Well, it AIN’T so! But the more I looked at what has happened with this challenge with brand new people joining each week, it only makes sense to scratch the hard dates over the 30-week period. While I am in Week 25, someone else is in Week 19, another one is in Week 4, and for some this is their first week. That gets REALLY confusing for people to follow.

So, henceforth, I will no longer refer to the week we are in for “30-In-30″ challenge because it is different for everyone. But the mission to lose 30 pounds over 30 weeks remains. Regular Tuesday weigh-ins with encouraging and uplifting messages will continue to be provided for those who are desiring weight loss.

Click here to learn more about this change with the “30-In-30″ challenge and how YOU can join NOW to lose a pound a week, too!

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