Summer is the perfect time to lose some extra pounds, and Alexander Shunnarah believes in staying fit and healthy. As a lawyer for auto accidents, Alexander Shunnarah and his team are constantly fighting for justice. Despite the constant stress and hassle, they need to stay fit mentally and physically. This summer, Alexander Shunnarah encourages all his followers to participate in #ShunnarahSweatChallenge actively, #Workout, and stay fit.
What is Shunnarah Sweat Challenge?
Shunnarah Sweat Challenge is a #WorkoutChallenge that includes a total of properly devised exercises to target all problem areas of your body and to help you keep in shape. The sweat challenge includes three sets of squats, push-ups, jumping jacks, sit-ups, bicep curls, crunches, and plank.
Seems tiring? Well, it’s devised to get you sweating and help you lose some weight.
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Save this post, share it once you’ve completed the challenge, and tag a friend to repeat the process.
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