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1/12/09 11:17 A

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I agree. My plan is to have this going as a long term with strength challenges on weeks when the cardio is not so hard. Team members can choose to do one or both.

I'm using SC as a guide to finding different things to do. I was going to do Walking the Oregon Trail, but that is 2000 miles and seems like a year long process. I think that we should start with a shorter long term challenge first.

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1/12/09 10:27 A

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This sounds fun; although I have to confess, I'm still trying to do the weight workout challenge on an ongoing basis. If I get in the groove of this, I will definitely want to mix it up with cardio counts too. Keep the challenges coming.

David

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The only angels we need invoke are those of our better nature: reason, honesty, and love. The only demons we must fear are those that lurk inside every human mind: ignorance, hatred, greed, and faith, which is surely the devil's masterpiece.-Sam Harris


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1/11/09 11:12 P

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Ok guys, this will be a long term challenge that will take a few weeks to and will be done along side others and in phases. But I need some info from you guys to help develop this challenge.

Here is some basic info:
the challenge will cover circa 361 miles
biking, running/walking/jogging, rowing, and stair climbing.

however I'd like to mix it up some to have other things like swimming and water jogging.

What I need to know from you guys:

Do you go to a gym?
Does it have a pool?
What kinds of equipment do they have for cardio?

I will try to give alternatives to the event just in case you don't have that piece of equipment available.

Here is the outline:
*Surfside to Eadytown -- biking 107 miles
*Crossing Lake Marion to Rimini -- rowing 45 miles
*Rimini to Greenwood -- running/walking/jogging 129 miles
*Greenwood to Sassafras Mountain -- biking/rowing/swimming 77 miles
*Climb to top of Sassafras Mountain -- stair master circa 4 miles.

let me know!
marshall

Greetings!

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