The first thing that came to mind was that, at least for the sake of a measurable challenge amongst peers, is to maybe specify the working time frame. I figure there's quite a difference between having to do the work in 10-30min vs spreading it over 12-16hrs…
I agree, for a challenge measured amongst us gentlemen, a specified time frame would be a good start.
However, I took the idea of the spread across 12 hrs (or along those lines) from the basic idea called PLP Challenge (Push-up, Lunge, Pull-Up Challenge). The original article can be found on T-Nation. Link here.
A quotation from the article:
As you get into higher reps you won't be able to finish all of them in one set. This is how it's supposed to be. You can spread the reps throughout the day.
Most of my clients start their day with a circuit of the PLP program before breakfast. For example, on day 32 of this program my client did four rounds of eight reps with each exercise. It took him five minutes to complete.
Later in the day, do your main workout. Generally, try to have at least 6 hours between the PLP workout and your main workout. And you don't need pre/post-workout nutrition for PLP workouts. Save that for your main workouts.
Actually I am still in the process of designing it for my needs, and life and other stuff takes over at the moment.
Currently, I do a few sets of movement prep stuff after my first cup of coffee in the morning at 6-ish, tzakes about 20 minutes. In the garden, rain or shine. And in the evening I meditate 30 minutes minimum to "bring my mental trash out".
"You don't learn from experience. You learn from reflecting on the experience."
- Kristen Ulmer