SlimKicker Giveaway! (CLOSED)

Hey, guys!

So today, I have my first giveaway! SlimKicker are offering you the chance to win this slow cooker by simply coming up with a new challenge which will be used on their site. SlimKicker is a fitness/diet app that takes your diet/fitness goals and turns them into a level-up game. You upload a image of something you’ll reward yourself with eg. a new handbag, and when you reach a certain number of points, we’ll remind you to reward yourself with your chosen item. SlimKicker also has recipe ideas for diets such as the Medifast program.

I personally don’t have a fitness regime, just try to keep on top of what I eat and when I exercise. The super fun challenges SlimKicker offer (for example, for 7 days, get up in every TV ad break and dance!) are great for exercise, diet and emotional health and definitely inspire me to want to get up and go! You know I’m a big fan of cooking, and this slow cooker is great for everyone (especially future and current students who plan on moving out of home soon and need to start getting together kitchen equipment!!)

All you have to do is…

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Don’t  forget  to put your email address in the comment section so I can contact you directly to let you know you’ve won!

The competition is open until Wednesday April 3rd. The best challenge entry will be selected by SlimKicker  and I’ll announce it shortly after!

Good luck! I can’t wait to see what you come up with…!

Kath xxx

*This giveaway is open to TVT readers worldwide!*

3 thoughts on “SlimKicker Giveaway! (CLOSED)

  1. My idea for a challenge is to take more mini breaks during work. stretch, move, walk, etc.

    Email is angie (dot) bhamra at gmail

  2. Before every meal do your exercise of choice, like going for a run or weights training. Post-exercise, the body is still burning calories so will help you burn the calories of your upcoming meal more efficiently. Plus, using it as a rule gives you motivation to exercise. If you don’t exercise, you don’t eat!

  3. Good one Scott!

    Ok my idea is similar to the first idea and is also something that my physio suggested – at work keep a timer on your desk and set it to go off every 60 minutes to remind you to move about and stretch! The challenge is to keep it up and also thing of as many desk/chair related stretches as possible! It’s good if you have back problems and sitting in a desk chair all day doesn’t help! Get into the habit of doing it every day and feel the difference!

    Also we’re only suppose to be able to concentrate on tasks for approx 50 minutes (think about how long high school class periods are!) so this might help your productivity too!

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