Announcing My Fall Shape Up Challenge!!!


It has never made sense to me how most of us eat our  way through the holiday’s only make a New Year’s resolution something weight loss or fitness related.  Tending to your body should be a year round practice and let’s face it, with the dead of Winter staring you in the face, who’s actually going to start going for a jog or eating salads? No one, that’s who. Especially when everyone around you is indulging in post holiday left over’s.

With this in mind, I’m announcing my “Fall Shape Up”!

A full season dedicated to getting your body moving, getting in shape and meeting whatever health goals you set for yourself BEFORE the end of the year.

As it so happens, I’ve offered forced exercise, weigh ins and monitored dieting for quite a while and having to report successes and failures directly to *me* has helped many of my fine boys stay focused and on track.  I also find that they’ve been even more popular during the colder months when personal motivation tends to slack and a little disciplinary hand is needed to keep going.

So, if you find yourself intrigued by this idea, let me share the details…

Between now and New Years, everyone who involved in my enforced exercise program is asked to set a fitness goal of some kind. You will be measured, weighed and questioned about your diet. If you achieve it by NYE, I will put your name in for a drawing for a free 2 hour session with me and a small congratulatory mention here on my blog.

Now here’s the catch. You do have to be an active visitor to participate; I define ‘active’ as someone who sees me for a minimum of 2 hours every 2 months. If you don’t yet meet those qualifications, it’s obviously easy correct so you can join the fun.

There will only be 1 winner when all is said and done, so if you’re ready to get started, just let me know on your next visit!

Good luck boys and girls!!!!

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10 Thoughts to “Announcing My Fall Shape Up Challenge!!!”

  1. Hkyguy06

    That might be inspiration to finish what I started. I’ve always wondered about a personal trainer.

  2. Grand Mistress Victoria has you well, here is a very good idea and I fully adhere to this, but how do because I want to follow you in this adventure, and you comprendrerez difficulter well for me, my goal is not to win but to be followed by you to have the great honor of attending a few things with you despite the distance and remoteness, anyway, I’m with you wholeheartedly
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  3. Basil

    What a wonderful way to motivate your playthings to get into shape, so they will be in better condition to play in the future!

    I will confess to you now that I have been secretly using our visits to motivate myself to push my program of self-improvement to new levels. When I lose another 25 pounds and can *run* around my fast-walking trail I have promised myself 25 hours of letting you loose upon me as my reward.

    I don’t expect this amount of progress by NYE though, but it is still a huge daily dose of motivation for me 🙂

    1. That’s so exciting!

      I was thrilled to see the change in you on our last visit and I admit, I’m looking forward to seeing even more progress next week. The idea of having 25 hours to let loose on you is very motivating to *me*, I’m going to make SURE you make this goal by NYE!

  4. basil

    This is already working very effectively! I have been keeping a log of my promises for this challenge, and I just sat down to do some work, and unthinkingly *almost* broke one of the rules, but then a primal voice spoke to me and said “there will be….consequences, don’t do it, omg!”. And so now I am kicking back with a nice glass of cool crisp water instead of a soda.


    Accountability can be scary 🙂

    1. Ah yes, accountability.

      If you’re going to cheat – make it count. Do you really want 20 lashes just for a soda?????

  5. basilqh

    Note to self: a garlic crouton is *not* worth 50 lashes. Almost, but not quite…

    Thank you for the gentle reminder 🙂

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