http://slimkicker.com/. It's a place for individuals to gather on the web and compete in diet and fitness competitions - based on points awarded for improved foodstuffs and/or sport performance.
Thought I'd share this link with Master Competitor readers...but I must admit, I don't get it. Can some of you help me understand how winning in a virtual world has relevance? I've been at the game of endurance sport for a long time and for me, the motivation comes from personal effort during morning training sessions, or an extra burst over the crest of a hill during a cycling event.
An essential part of the social media environment is engagement. I'm having a tough time transitioning from what we do on the roads and trails, to what happens in in cyberspace. Maybe it's time for me to become a SlimKicker type of dude, but at present I'm too busy getting in shape to "point" out the difference between the two.
If you have an alternative "point" of view, post a comment!