90 Day Fitness Challenge

Ready to transform your physique?



Congratulations on taking the first step in transforming your body! Body transformation comes in different forms and doesn't necessarily mean just losing weight.

Are you trying to achieve muscle growth, lose unwanted fat or just interested in living a healthier lifestyle? We all have personal obstacles to overcome, let's take this challenge together. The next 90 days will not be easy but you will not be alone. You will learn, you will grow and you'll have fun everyday with your industry peers who will become your friends! Channel the inner fitness beast that you truly are and register today! The fee to enter is $50 and can be paid using the payment link below. The first day of the challenge will start on February 1st, 2016 and will end on May 1st, 2016. There will be 1 male and 1 female winner announced on May 9th, 2016.

There is also a Facebook group created and an invitation to join will be extended upon registering for the challenge. The Facebook group will include tools to help guide you to success. These tools will include workout tips, meal planning options and pictures shared by contestants.

Fun fact: Former bodybuilder and industry veteran; Jeffrey Dillon will be hosting and judging this contest. For any additional questions that wasn't listed, feel free to message him via Facebook.


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Here is how this challenge will work.

On Feb 1st you will take two pictures. (before pics) 1 facing the camera with a Feb 1st newspaper, so we know it is a current pic. The 2nd pic will be a side profile pic (no paper needed). Ideally, these pics should be in your bathing suit or underwear. More skin is better. The goal is to see your body, so I can judge the transformation and progress you have worked so hard to make.

On Feb 1st weigh yourself. The best time of day to weigh yourself is first thing in the morning. **I am not a huge fan of scales because they can be misleading since you can put on muscle and lose fat. Muscle weighs more than fat. However, it is a good idea to keep an eye on your weight.

On Feb 1st measure your waist. How to take your measurement. Stand up straight and exhale slowly. Hold the end of the tape measure at your navel and bring it around your waist to the front. The measuring tape should be parallel to the floor and fit snugly around your torso without digging into your skin. Read the tape. Look at the place on the tape where the zero end meets the other end of the tape measure. The location of this meeting point is your waist measurement. Doublecheck your measurement. Repeat the measurement once more to ensure the accuracy of your original measurement. If it is different from the first time, measure for a third time and take the average of the three numbers.

After all this is done. Send your Before Pics, height & weight, waist measurement to me (jeff@gamelink.com) NO LATER THAN FEB 2nd. EMAIL SUBJECT LINE "(YOUR NAME) AdultFit90"

Paypal $50 to my paypal account (dillontrain@gmail.com). Payment must be received by FEB 2nd to participate.


NOTE: I wont post your pictures online unless you are a winner. You are welcome to post to this group if you like. I know I'll be posting my pics. I think it is important for the winners to post their pictures to show others hard work and dedication pays off. Change is possible with creating new healthy habits.

I will do my best to help you with your journey to a healthier you.

I recommend downloading the App "MyFitnessPal" Or "Fat Secret". Both are great apps that I have used in the past.

These apps will help us track your diet and calorie output so we can make adjustments as needed. Most people think they are eating healthy or under their daily caloric allotment, but when they start counting calories they see how easy it is to go over. It also helps me from eating some foods because I don't want to log it into the app.

I would wish you all good luck, but you don't need luck for this contest...you need hard work, dedication, discipline and an unstoppable drive. It is going to be hard at first, but when you see the results you will know it is all worth it. I will be documenting my progress and posting pics online with diet and training tips. We are in this together.

Let me know if you have any questions or comments.