Neil P 11/14
Crunches are a useful exercise when used in addition to a good diet and fat loss program to both strengthen your abdominal muscles and improve the appearance of your midsection.
The challenge is to do 100 crunches a day, every day, for two week. All varieties of crunches count towards the total. Time to get those abs!
To see cool graphs of your progress, log your crunches here everyday using the green [+ ADD A TRAINING SESSION] button on the right column.
100 crunches a day for 2 weeks Challenge rules
- 14 days have to be continous - no days off
- You don't have to do 100 in one go per day - you can take a break (but maybe build to 100 contnuous?)
- Any kind of crunches count!
- Not all types of physical activity are suitable for everyone. Users take Challenges and training advice at their own personal risk.
Training for the following exercises will be automatically logged against this Challenge:
Bicycle Crunches, Crunches, Exercise Ball Crunches, Hanging Crunches, Headstand Crunches and 10 othersBicycle Crunches, Crunches, Exercise Ball Crunches, Hanging Crunches, Headstand Crunches, Inverted Crunches, Oblique Crunches, Reverse Crunches, Scissor Kick Crunches, V-Ups (Lemon Crunches), Vertical Leg Crunches, Cable Crunches, Weighted Crunches, Decline Crunches and Weighted Decline Crunches
“I did this challenge a bit differently.. i did 17 reps of 6 different ab exercises.. it was a suggestion from another person that had posted it to this challenge page..”
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Neil P encouraged this.
Dorcas H Made it to Day 9 then fell off the wagon for a week (distracted by looking after new puppy so I have a good excuse) .... so back to the start :(
Day 1/30 100 Weighted crunches and press with 8kg kettlebell
Susan N encouraged this.
Anya B Day 13/14 yesterday. Can't complete it today( But I think 13 days are also anough! Hahah. So done!
Why not ask for some advice from other Challenge takers, or read some of the Challenge guides first?OK, I'll keep working at it!