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What Is The 8-Week STRONGER Fitness Challenge and How Do I Join?

The STRONGER workouts build character

During January-March 2016 the LIVESTRONG.COM team and a few thousand of our readers and friends are doing the 8-Week STRONGER Challenge to get fitter and stronger in 2016. The STRONGER Challege is composed of ten 30-minute full body workout videos you can do in your living room with no equipment needed. You also get a printable workout calendar and a free meal plan.

All of this is free and comes with easy-to-use tools and the LIVESTRONG.COM tracker apps to track your progress and instantly calculate your calorie burn during your workouts.

How to Sign Up for the 8-Week STRONGER Challenge:
1. Go to this page, and look to the white box on the right hand side that says “Join STRONGER Now.” Fill out your goals and click the “See My Calorie Goal” button to get started.
2. You can also join the STRONGER Challenge Facebook Support Group where you can get daily encouragement and motivation from LIVESTRONG.COM team members.

Get a taste of the STRONGER workouts by watching the one-minute trailer:

Join our STRONGER Challenge Facebook Group to get daily tips, encouragement and motivation.

Readers – Are you joining us in the 8-week STRONGER Challenge? What do you think of the STRONGER workouts and the meal plan? Have you ever done a fitness challenge group before? How did it go for you? Have you joined our STRONGER Challenge Group on Facebook? Leave a comment below and let us know.


Jess Barron is Editor-in-Chief of LIVESTRONG.COM. Read some of her other health and fitness articles here. A foodie and fan of Farmer's Market food, Jess particularly loves heirloom tomatoes, fresh figs with burrata cheese, and anything with pumpkin or peanut butter in it! Her love for food fuels her desire to exercise daily. In the summer of 2012 Jess lost 20 pounds in a test group for a new fitness program. Some of her favorite workout routines include walking, running, yoga, P90X, INSANITY and mixed martial arts. Jess's writing can also be found at Poprocks.com. She has appeared on MSNBC's "The Most," ABC News Now, and XM satellite radio and her writing has appeared on Wired.com and Yahoo!

Follow Jess on Twitter @jessdandy. Also, you can add her on Google+ and follow her on Pinterest.

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