The Challenge This challenge is a little different, and is mainly about bringing more awareness to the food you eat. Too many of us eat while doing other activities, be it watching TV, working at our desks or driving a car. Several studies have shown that “Distracted Eating” leads us to consume ~10% more calories during that meal, and up to 25% more throughout the day. To put that in perspective, on a 2000 calorie diet you’d eat an extra 500 calories a day.
The Challenge “Dry January” as it’s known, is a popular challenge done across the UK. People use it to undo the ills of excess at Xmas and New Year. The challenge involves going the 31 days of January without drinking any alcohol. The point of the challenge is to make you aware of your drinking habits and to try and continue your normal routines but without alcohol.
Spend a total of 7 minutes a day of accumulated time in various hanging challenges for 30 consecutive days. Benefits include: Shoulder/elbow/wrist health and the recovery of the lost 'overhead reach' range, Lead up to pulling work, climbing and more advanced patterns, grip strength and grip endurance.