In case you have missed any of the previous challenges check out part 1, part 2, part 3 and part 4. Here are the last two challenges to work into your training goals. One requires you to get wet and the other to leave the ground!
9. Swim 800m
The ability to swim is a great test of strength, fitness and technique. It is also of great use in recovery from training, playing at the beach and of course it can even save your life. If you are new to swimming you will have to start by getting lessons from a swim coach. If you are used to swimming head down to your local pool and start testing out your endurance. For those who are experienced swimmers that want an extra challenge, aim to perform the 800m swim down at the beach in open water.
10. Box Jump half your height
Jumping is a show of explosive power and is relatable to a lot of really world tasks. Start practicing with a relatively small box or maybe even use step ups first to gain confidence. Your aim is be able to jump about half your height from a dead stop (no run up). Once you have the experience (and the courage) you might want to try for max height. There are some incredible videos on the internet of people jumping amazing heights!
Now with all 10 challenges complete post to comments how many you have achieved and what is still left to do!