FitDeck, Inc. was founded in 2004 by fitness entrepreneur and inventor Phil Black. Black came up with the idea to create FitDeck after combining the fun of a card game he used to play in college with the rigors of his Navy SEAL training.
My deck is color coordinated into four categories
- upper body
- middle body
- lower body
- full body
There are lots of ways to use the cards. Here are a few they suggest:
- Choose a set number of cards and do a different card every 60 seconds (including rest)
- Perform 10 repitions of each exercise without resting in between
- Perform 1st card at beginner level, 2nd at intermediate and 3rd at advanced, then repeat the cycle
- Draw one card every hour and perform the selected exercise
- Do all the cards of one set, meaning just the upper body or lower body, etc.
Here are some other FitDecks that I think I need to try now.
Want to try one for yourself? These decks cost about 14.95 each, though some are a little more. They would make great stocking stuffers!
Here is what you have to do. Mandatory, be a follower of this blog.
Here is my first attempt at a Rafflecoptor Giveaway so I hope I did all this right! Never mind I couldn't get it to work. Hmm, I'm going to have to get some help for that, bummer.
So here is how you can enter. Leave a comment for all that you do.
1. Be a follower of this blog
2. Check out FitDeck's website and let me know which one you think you would pick.
3. Blog, tweet, and or share this on Facebook
4. Follow FitDeck on Facebook or Twitter
5. Follow me on Facebook or Twitter
okay so that is a lot of ways to enter. Good luck. a winner will be chosen using random.org on 11-22
Disclaimer. I was given this deck to review free of charge and was not compensated in any other way. The opinions expressed are my own.