100 Day Burpee Challenge
to benefit Wounded Warrior Project™
“Accept challenges, so that you may feel the exhilaration of victory.”
-George S. Patton
Show your support and donate online
When: Anytime until the challenge ends April 10th
How: Access the website below
Participate in the Challenge
When: The challenge will start January 1st and end on April 10th
Where: Wherever you want
Who: Anyone brave enough to take on the challenge
How: Participants will act as a sponsor for the event encouraging others to donate in support of the challenge. When donating on the website above participants can create a “TEAM NAME” which will allow others to donate under that team name.
*All participants who raise at least $200 will receive a Burpee Challenge t-shirt (T-shirts will be picked up in Tuscola, IL.
*Please provide a valid email address when donating on the website
1. Do one burpee on Day One. Do two burpees on Day Two. Continue adding one more burpee each day for 100 days
2. You can complete each day's burpees all at once, or broken up and done at different times throughout the day
3. If for some reason you miss a day, you have to make up all the missed burpees the following day
4. If you don't start the challenge on January 1st, you can "buy-in" at any time by doing ALL the missed day's burpees on your first
5. Any burpees you complete during your regular workout can count towards that day’s Challenge burpees, if you want them to.
6. For performance tracking purposes, the 25, 50, 75 and 100 burpees days will be timed. Participants will email times to email@example.com
Burpee Challenge Form Standards:
1. Start with hands on the ground in front of your feet. Keep your back straight.
2. Kick feet out behind you into the top of the push-up portion of the burpee. Your body should be straight and tight in a flat plank.
3. Lower your body into the lowest part of a push-up. Your chest and thighs should ultimately touch the ground at the same time. Remember to keep your whole body, especially your midline, tight. While throwing your body on the ground and therefore touching both chest and thighs to the ground is acceptable by some standards, we feel that more is to be gained from doing a strict push-up in this Challenge.
4. Push up into the top of the push-up position again.
5. Jump your feet up to your hands into your starting position.
6. Jump into the air and clap your hands overhead so that your ear is exposed in front of your arms. Your feet should leave the ground.
· Physical strength and endurance
· Mental toughness
· The satisfaction of accomplishment each day
· Money raised will go to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project
What is Wounded Warrior Project?
Wounded Warrior Project™ (WWP) exists to honor and empower Wounded Warriors who incur service-connected wounds, injuries, and illnesses on or after September 11, 2001. With advancements in battlefield medicine and body armor, an unprecedented percentage of service members are surviving severe wounds or injuries. For every US soldier killed in World Wars I and II, there were 1.7 soldiers wounded. In Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom, for every US soldier killed, seven are wounded.
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