Do you drink enough water? Try this water challenge.
Before I took this water challenge, I thought I drank a lot of water. I was wrong. Yes, I do drink a lot of water, but I found I was not consistent on a daily bases.
The challenge was to drink 4 bottles of water per day for 7 days. I purchased a 32 pack of Nestle Pure Life Water from Walmart for only $3.98. I numbered the bottles 1 to 28. The goal was to drink 4 bottles per day, it didn’t seem like a lot, until I started drinking them.
On day 2, I had only consumed 1.5 bottles by 4:30 pm. I drank the 4 bottles, but you know what that meant. Yes, I was running to the bathroom all night long. After that incident, I started checking the number on the bottle top to ensure I was on track so I would not repeat that mistake again.
Quick note to my “Green Lovers”, I know plastic bottles are bad for the environment, but this is a great test for accountability and accuracy. So often, we over estimate the amount of water we are consuming, at least I did. Feel free to adjust the test to a more environmentally safe container if you feel more comfortable.
Back to the test; at the end of 7 days this should give you a good ideal on how much water you are consuming. At the end of 7 days, look at the results to determine if any adjustments are needed.Water Challenge drink 28 bottles of water in 1 week. Thats 4 bottles per day for 7 days. Click To Tweet
Stephanie was a part of our 30 day trial when she took this challenge, she found it difficult to drink 4 bottles each day. She said “I can get 3 down, but I am having problems with the 4th”. I suggested she drink half a bottle of water when she first get up and the last half in the evening before bed. It worked, that simple adjustment made the difference. Stephanie also noted that infusing her water with fruits made it easier for her to drink.
Water is essential in your weight loss journey. Taking this challenge will give you a true insight on how much you are consuming.