In this edition of the Roundtable, host Tim Cavey connects with seven of the 171 inspiring educators who have joined the Teachers on Fire 10,000 Push-Up Challenge in 2021. The Challenge isn’t just about bragging rights … it’s about helping educators build new habits that will permanently improve their fitness so they can be at their best and serve others at full capacity!
Questions That Guided Our Discussion
- 1:37 – Who are you and what does your context in education look like?
- 6:52 – What is your why for the push-up challenge? Where does your motivation come from
- 14:06 – How is the challenge going so far for you? Update us.
- 19:46 – What are your tips, tricks, or strategies for getting in your reps and keeping this going with consistency?
- 28:04 – Let us know how we can connect with you and your work in 2021!
Connect with These Courageous Panelists
- Stephanie Edmonds @ClassDisripti0n
- Taila McKenzie @heymsmckayy
- Kimberly Burke @Burke_Kim_Coach
- Aurra Kawanzaruwa @Ms_Aurra
- Craig Collins @CraigCCollins
- Andrew Canle @AJCanle
- Andrew Dobbie @A_Dobbie11
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3 thoughts on “The 10,000 Push-Up Challenge”
I’m in! How do I sign up for the challenge?
Awesome news! Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will add you to the Sheet.
I think this is very cool, good for all you. If you allow vendors to join, I am in even starting somewhat late.