I was so excited when the Sisterhood announced that they were bringing back Shrinkvivor! I have loved all of the challenges they put together but by far Shrinkvivor was my favorite so I’m super excited to be on board again!
For this challenge, members are divided into tribes, just like on Survivor. Each Wednesday there is a weigh-in and a vote to cast one tribe member to Exile Island. However, each week there will be a challenge which winning can earn a team immunity! This weeks challenge is to count all exercise minutes!
For this challenge, I am super excited to be a part of Tribe Gold which is an awesome group of ladies! I’ve been cleared to resume physical activity (slowly of course) so this week’s challenge definitely gives me some motivation to start walking again, even if I start out with just 15 minutes at a time. My new treatment is still giving me a pretty rough time but this challenge will give me something positive to focus on so I’m really looking forward to it! I will be tracking my calories at MyFitnessPal and will be tracking my activity using DailyMile so feel free to friend me to keep me accountable!
As a part of the initial check-in, we are required to photograph our starting weights, so here we go:
7 comments on “Shrinkvivor Season 2: Week 1”
Woohoo! Go Tribe Gold!! Congrats on being able to get back to exercising, even if it is just walking. I typicall just track my activity with MFP, should I switch and use Daily Mile? Is that better / easier?
I will log my activity w/ MFP too to track calories but DailyMile is just a fun way to track activity! Like they have a widget that shows how many donuts you’ve burned off 🙂
Alright, you talked me into it!! I’m such a follower… 🙂
looks like you and i find ourselves in the same boat once again! good luck!!
Yay Team Gold! Glad you are cleared to exercise. And it’s nice to know someone on the SJ site who is also a walker (all my friends run, and I have a knee that just won’t allow for that). Let’s get walking and kick some butt in this challenge!
I would love to be able to run again but my joints can’t handle it at this point! I really struggle not feeling adequate being a walker. Is that crazy?
So glad you joined the challenge, Jamee! Yay for getting the all clear by the doctor to resume exercise (slowly!), too.
Best of luck 🙂