"Gentlemen's" Calories Burned Challenge

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kafarmer87

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Posted: 11 Jul 2013, 16:47
Hello all!

I recently got a new calorie counting watch to try and help keep me more accountable and motivated and it's definitely helping a ton! HOWEVER, my boyfriend has a Nike Fuel Band and with this band it tracks calories and fuel, etc etc and you can "challenge" friends who also have these bands. Cool right?! Well it would be if I were using something that I was able to go online and challenge friends who also have the same calorie counting watch as me.

So I had a thought......why not come onto Fat Secret and start a little topic challenging others out there with calorie counting watches! So maybe each day we wear our watches and at the end of each day, log the calories we burned for the day and the one with the highest amount of calories burned wins! I know it's not near as fun when you don't have a neat little app to use or any actual incentive (other than personal satisfaction), but thought maybe this could be a great motivational tool.

Anybody in? We could start it all up first thing on Monday, July 15th!
- Kimberly
"Pain is weakness leaving the body."



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