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The Murph Challenge

If you’ve always been serious about your fitness, you might be one of those people with a habit of looking around for new workouts promising great, fast results. A lot of workout routines have become so popular that it’s hard to keep track of which works and which doesn’t, then comes The Murph Challenge.

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With such a catchy name, people naturally get curious on where it came from and what it offers. Essentially, it is an event created to to fund for the T. Michael P. Murphy Memorial Scholarship Foundation. Done annually every Memorial Day, the event’s participants increase every year.

What exactly is The Murph Challenge?

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The Murph Challenge is a workout like no other, as you do not only flex your muscles and tone your arms, you also get to be one with a foundation with an objective to build training facilities and grant scholarships.

Registration means you give a pledge to the foundation while also challenging yourself to complete the physical challenge shown above.

Each participant will have to submit their Murph time, where 5 men and 5 women will later on be recognized depending on their speed while doing the challenge.

Why you should consider to be a part of The Murph Challenge

This challenge supports scholarships and other great causes since 2014. If you decide to join, you’ll be one of this unique group of Americans giving full support on what truly matters. You can build the body you’ve always wanted while helping other people build their dreams.

This year’s Murph Challenge is happening on May 28, 2018. For more information, Click to read more.

I will be taking the challenge myself. This Year I am trying to beat my last years time!

Lets share how well we all do! We can do this!!

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