Forty-five circles around the sun and we find ourselves finally at the long awaited final week of the CTL. Never has there been such a heated competition that has turned out so many positive results. Individuals have made life long friends, they have transformed their bodies and they have awarded themselves with long-term better health. The whole body transformation that was experienced by those that participated in the first CTL season was nothing short of magical.
This final week had teams experiencing all the highs and lows that come with moving the pieces around to win a championship. Many coaches and teams readjusted their strategies to battle fatigue and to refine player development. Even as the clock ran down teams were still putting up amazing weekly weight loss numbers, muscle gains and endurance benchmarks.
Teams like the Shetlands went up against a machine in the Bull Dogs II. This competition was fierce to the end and the players matched each other play for play. Candace Rainwater spurred her Shetlands to a win during this match up, but all in all both teams were playing for keeps. They both sounded rally cries of mutual respect and the bond of competition that was forged was reviewed as positive beyond any win. Shetlands proudly accepted the win with 94 points.
Coach Jeremy Fouts’ Renegades were hot on the trail of Novella’s Roadrunners, but in the end the Roadrunners ran away with the game, barely winning by a margin. The Roadrunners had dropped some pounds that left the Renegades re-evaluating their next season’s scope of transformation.
Almost every game of the night was within a few points. Coach Knox and team walked away with a win over The Saints with a very slim 55 to 59 score. The Vaqueros faced off against Coach Brandon Gonzales and again the margins continued to close the gap. Ashley Switzer and the Aggies took on the Rattlers and had an even closer nail biting game, 101-99, with the Aggies taking the win.
All of the top five rated teams scored point after point, whether it was workout calories or pounds down, none of the top five teams let off the gas. One of the most notable games of the night again was The Chiefs taking on the Dawgs. This long awaited match up didn’t let anyone down. Punch for punch these undefeated titleholders weren’t giving up an inch. In the end it my have been Coach Jerry Brigg’s 100-mile total weekly run that synched up the win for the Dawgs. Closing out a very close game at 277-261. Both teams are already shaping up their teams for the next season of The CorVive Transformation League.
If you’re interested in a lifestyle change that you can be proud of or just want to get healthy while having fun head over to www.corvive.com/ctland join us for our next round of competition.