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Halloween Candy Workout Challenge

by | Oct 25, 2017 | Nutrition, Training, Uncategorized | 0 comments

 

It’s Halloween, and as much as we don’t want to admit it. Our diets are slipping. It seems every holiday those few extra pounds get shrugged off because well, it’s the holidays. Yet, wouldn’t it be great to put on those skinny jeans and not have to worry if they will actually zip.

We wanted to help combat those extra pounds with a little challenge. We figured why not challenge yourself and possibly a friend to be a little more healthy. Especially while you indulge on the sweeter side of life this Halloween. So grab your Son of the Beast and combat your candy intake with these workouts.

 

 

The Challenge

We all know just how easy it is to pound a bag of candy, so of course we know the feeling of guilt when it’s done. Lets change that! With every piece of candy you eat follow through with the workout listed below.

Do your best. We know it’s hard to think about working out while eating junk food, but give it your best attempt and have fun!

 

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The Workout – Son of the Beast

Chocolate // 10 Sprints

Chocolate: basically any sort of candy that involves some sort of chocolate.

Hard Candy // 20 Jump Squats

Hard candy: Nerds, Runts, Gobstoppers, Jawbreakers, and those Cinnamon things

Chewy Candy // 10 Back Pedals

Chewy Candy: Skittles, Twizzlers, Starburst

Lollipops // 10 Side Shuffles

Lollipops: Tootsie Pop, Carmel Apple Pop, Ring Pops, or any other sort of lollipop

Sugar Bombs // 20 Burpees

Sugar Bombs: Candy Corn, Pixie Stix, Nerd Ropes, Candy Pumpkins, Smarties

Sour Candy // 20 Double Hand Slams

Sour Candy: War Heads, Sour Patch Kids

Taffy // 10 Bear Crawls

Taffy: Air Heads, Laffy Taffy, Salt Water Taffy

 

 

*DISCLAIMER – Candy calories consumed may not equal the same amount of calories burned off per exercise

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