Each spring we challenge scholars to participate in our fitness challenge where they examine their own habits related to nutrition, exercise, and other health-related areas. The challenge runs for 10 weeks beginning January 28.
For the past seven years, the Luckyday Program has held a challenge to encourage students to think about their nutrition habits, increase physical activity, and gain muscle. We are kicking off this year’s challenge on February 2. The challenge will run for 10 weeks. Join us as we become big losers! And winners!
Early morning workouts, breakfast before most students even wake up, and motivating old and new friends: This is the current life of many girls on the first floor of Luckyday Citizenship Hall. These participants in this year’s fitness challenge are destined to gain in many ways by the end of the challenge, including not only muscles but deeper relationships and confidence through their shared goals.
For the past five years, the Luckyday Program has hosted a fitness challenge to encourage students to make more mindful nutrition choices and be more physically active. Jessica Seaton, a senior scholar, participated in the challenge last spring. She fully engaged herself, enrolling in the nutrition class provided through the “Health is Golden” campaign and attending…