Day 1 of #75HARD

Today marks a very exciting day for two reasons.

Have you ever had a project that you have been meaning to get to with all your heart and soul? No? Me neither.

Seriously though, you have, and so have I.

Which is one of the reasons today is special to me.

Because this is my first blog post on a blog with my name on it.

There will be more to follow on the details of this blog, while I wait to get the video transcripts completed and returned.

In the meantime, I hope you were able to watch the video with the sound on so you get the general scope of what is yet to come.

The second reason I am excited to post this content is due to the fact I am going for round two of the#75HARD challenge courtesy of Andy Frisella.

If you are not familiar with this challenge, listen to this podcast so you have a deeper understanding of what comes next.

The challenge is 75 days long and consists of five tasks - 

1 - Follow a diet. Any diet. No cheat meals. No alcohol

2 - Read 10 pages of a non-fiction book. Personal development, skill oriented, or biographical of someone amazing.

3 - Drink 128oz of H2O per day (that's a gallon)

4 - Take a progress picture everyday

5 - Two workouts per day, 45 minutes each. One has to be done outside.

*You have from the time you wake up, until you go to sleep to complete all five tasks.

As of right now, this content is a place holder as I will post details of my plan, why I am going at it again, and what to expect moving forward.  

If you checked out the video, then you have a pretty good understanding already.

That being said, this passion project of mine is in its early stages and for my own standard will be polished and refined to provide as much value as I possibly can.

I'm legit so fucking excited and nervous for what is yet to come.  In fact, I'm equal parts both at different times haha.

With that in mind, thank you for reading, watching, listening, and supporting. 

Please comment, ask questions, tag your friends, and be sure to follow along. If you are crazy or bold enough, I encourage you to step up to the #75HARD challenge as well. 

Because everything is better with a buddy, and this is the type of challenge where having someone to share in the suck with is truly advantageous.

Much ❤️

Joe


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