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Learn workout moves for the kitchen in TODAY’s ‘16 by 16’ challenge

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Three viewers have taken on TODAY’s “16 by 16” challenge to get trim and healthy by the beginning of 2016. In week 3 of the challenge, nutritionist Joy Bauer reveals how much weight Mary Jean Murphy, Ken Valvo and Rochelle Wilson have lost so far, and lifestyle and fitness correspondent Jenna Wolfe shows them exercises they can do as they make slimmed-down versions of their favorite fall recipes.