Congratulations! You did it. 20 classes in 40 days. It’s no small feat and you should be so proud of yourself. We hope you’re doing something to celebrate your achievement (brunch anyone?). There’s nothing quite like that post-KX40 feeling, when you’re feeling stronger, motivated, and like you can do anything. This is always a good time to reflect on the past 40 days and start thinking about where you want to go from here.
A few questions to ask yourself post challenge:
“40 days done and dusted!! Piece of cake, right? Congratulations! Before we move on to the next busy part of our lives and forget the accomplishment we’ve just achieved, let’s make sure we take a moment to reflect on what those 40 days felt like, the hard parts we pushed through, the milestones we reached, the strength we gained and the satisfaction we derived from knowing we could do something when we set our minds to it! Look at the person that started this adventure and compare them to who you see staring back from the mirror at you now. How are they different?” said Hannah
“Congratulations, we did it, team! Did you know that many of our clients notice a huge shift mentally as well as physically after completing the KX40 challenge? Healthy habits, an improved fitness regime and a new sense of confidence are just a few of the changes that we hear about in addition to the physical changes! Don’t waste all of these amazing benefits, keep your KX workouts going guys!” said Dani
“Congratulations, 40 days done! No matter how many sessions you managed to complete over the challenge period you should be proud of the commitment you have made to yourself. Today I urge you to take time to reflect on where you were on day 1 of the challenge and how you’re feeling now after 40 days. Not only physically, but how about mentally? Maybe you’re feeling generally more positive or have increased energy levels. Hopefully, the changes you’ve noticed are enough to motivate you to keep up the good work over the remainder of the year. If you’ve managed to come this far over 40 days, think about how much you could achieve in the (just under) 300 days remaining of this year!” said Emma