If you search for Fitness Challenge on Google, you will get 147 million results. Apparently, they happen all over North Australia in gyms, facilities, and on social media platforms. 

This wealth of choice makes us connoisseurs of fitness challenges. We can choose the one that best suits our skills, preferences, and time availability. And when we successfully complete a challenge, we can try another one. If you’re looking for more information about fitness classes, check this out.

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To start your search for the best home fitness challenges, here is a list of criteria.

1. Comprehensive and inexpensive

The free challenges are mostly just a list of workouts and your motivation is gone by the third day. A professionally designed challenge is worth the small investment, especially when it includes a helpful resource that takes the guesswork out of it. 

Look for travel guides, posters, or websites with lots of pictures and descriptions. Videos (clips only or maybe longer) can bring your workout to life in the privacy and comfort of your own home.

2. Adaptive 

The Grand Challenge encourages users to tailor workouts to their fitness level, ability, and health at every step. Each exercise in the challenge should offer a different level of intensity, complexity, or impact on the joints. Beware of default programs that are too rigid and potentially dangerous and discouraging.