If you’re looking for a fun way to get the whole family in better shape, Double Time with the help of Beachbody, is forming a 30 Day Challenge for families.
Starting January 8th 2018, Kristi Whitaker of Fort Mill will be helping host a 30 day Double Time Challenge to help families think more about improving their health.
By teaching families how to adopt healthier lifestyle habits that are geared more towards long term health and not some quick diet fix you tend to see nowadays.
This can be a great way to bring communities together and get families supporting each other through their fitness goals.
What is the goal?
Double Time will be asking those that decide to take part in the challenge, to work out and eat healthy while helping raise money for the Fort Mill Fitness Initiative.
With the help of beachbody who is offering the workouts, participants will be performing exercises 5-6 days a week while eating healthy for 30 days.
According to Beachbody On Demand, the program will feature a variety of workouts that lasts no more than 32 minutes.
The workouts will be led by Whitaker who will be using the My Challenge Tracker App to keep in touch with all participants.
With the app, participants can get support from other participants by asking questions, getting health tips, and sharing their progress of the program.
This challenge is a fun way to not only introduce healthy lifestyle habits to our kids, but have fun doing it together, while raising money to improve the health and fitness of the local youth by empowering them to live an active lifestyle at a young age at the same time. – The Harold
This can be a great way for those that struggle with finding motivation when it comes to getting in shape, to support each other to better health.
Getting involved with family challenges will help hold everyone accountable for taking their health more serious.
A big reason this challenge was created was to help schools that participate in sports programs, get funding to cover athletic fees for middle and high school students.
Which is why Whitaker will be donating $25 to the Fort Mill Fitness Initiative for each family that takes part in the challenge.
Fort Mill Fitness Initiative was started by Matt Brady of Body by Brady Personal Training. He is one of the biggest supporters when it comes to scholarships and athletic fees for the schools.
In order to take part in the challenge, families will enroll in the Double Time All-Access BeachBody On Demand and Daily Sunshine Challenge Pack.
This package will include access to streaming double time beachbody workouts, calendars to keep track of your workouts, and an annual membership to Beachbody on Demand workouts.
How much does it cost?
The total cost of this package is $160, which will give you access to all this.
But you can try the workouts risk free for 30 days to see if it is something you will like before committing to the whole package.
Just sign up to BeachBody On Demand, and you will have access to all their workouts.
The challenge starts January 2nd, and the deadline to sign up is January 8th, 2018.