I started the 22-day challenge, complements of Rex Harawa PhD, the bespoke gentleman.
Today I nominate my brother Luther Mambala. Luther Has been a brother and an inspiration. Growing up I was always blessed to hear his analytical arguments during Sabbath School. He also sang like an angel. And when he preached, the whole church at Chimwembe was glued to him. Luther has a natural gift of conveying a message. He is the consummate conversationalist. I recall he was one of the youngest Deacons ever elected and their mission was to get the youth involved in church business. He was one of the young people we always looked up to. When he talked you paid attention. As a young and daring unionist, when I went to organise employees at Railways in the midst of an industrial strike, Luther was in the forefront. He fully embraced the Union ideals and I was happy when Luther succeeded me as the elected President of the Malawi Congress of Trade Union. Luther is an energetic and ambitious person. He is a go getter and an efficient and analytical organiser. But typical of him, sapsyatila. He calls it as he sees it!
The rules are simple:
Once you are nominated, your 22 days start.
Every day you must record yourself doing 22 pushups. Try your best to reach 22. If it means doing assisted push ups on your knees,or stop to take a break, that's cool, but make sure to get them all done, all 22 push ups in one video.
From your Day 1, every day after you do your work-out, you must still nominate a different person. Try to choose people you think need this.