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Which Vice Are You Giving Up For Lent?

Which "Vice" Would You Give Up?

We are on the tenth challenge of our Get Fit For 2011 giveaway. My how time flies! You can enter to win a $100 New Balance gift card by giving up a vice for a week and writing a blog about your experience in our Get Fit For 2010 community group. Doing so will also enter you to win our grand prize — a four-day boot camp experience in LA. And by the way, the more you participate the more chances you have to win!

After reading the great blog posts in the Get Fit group, here are the top four food-related vices community members are attempting to live without. What about you? We want to know which of these "vices" you are ready to live without . . . for a week.

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amber512 amber512 4 years
I already don't do meat, I can't do caffeine and alcohol is such a rare thing that'd be easy too!
Stacey-Cakes Stacey-Cakes 4 years
I gave up coffee for Lent, so I'm about 6 days in and I'm not really missing it as much as I thought I would. I thought I would be dragging without the caffeine but I actually feel more energized.
Healthy-Hideout Healthy-Hideout 4 years
It's interesting to see that the large majority have gone for the same vice that I would give up. What does that say about our lifestyle and society? I do think I could give up alcohol without too much trouble though. What do you think?
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