Let’s Roll for Fitness – January Fitness Challenge

For January, it’s time to get back to some basic movements using a pair of dice. The Roll in the New Year fitness challenge consists of exercises ranging from strengthening the upper and lower body to increasing aerobic endurance.

Each day, roll two dice and add the numbers together. The sum of the dice determines the exercise movement. Your workout should consist of at least 10 rolls of the dice. However, if you’re feeling extra motivated, especially as you roll into late January, roll a few extra times to intensify your workout!

Click Roll in the New Year 2019 for an editable copy of the January fitness challenge.

Click Roll in the New Year 2019 PDF for a PDF version of the January Fitness Challenge. Use this version if the editable version’s format is incompatible.

Click Roll in the New Year certificate PDF for a copy of the Roll in the New Year Award Certificate.

Happy New Year! Are you ready to ROLL?  

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3 Comments on “Let’s Roll for Fitness – January Fitness Challenge

  1. Yay!!! Thanks! Can’t wait for my kids to tackle this one! Happy Nee Year! 🎉🍾

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