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JENSTRESS Posts: 5,403
3/21/13 11:20 A

Dragonchilde nailed it.

First, it doesn't seem like it should be true, but it is, six packs are made in the kitchen. Make sure you are eating healthy and really tracking it.

Then do take a week off if your joints feel weak. Do a different workout entirely. Then balance it with a weight training workout.

Sometimes our bodies need a change. I try something new every few months.

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3/20/13 7:31 P

The six pack under there isn't about doing more exercise... it's about reducing body fat. ;)

Have you thought about taking on some full-body strength training, and reducing your cardio? Insanity's great, but maybe a different routine might be the change you need!

TACDGB Posts: 6,136
3/20/13 7:22 P

it's about finding a workout that you like so you will keep doing it. I take Group Power weight lifting classes at the gym and I love it. So have you thought about a class........? I also take a spin bike class.

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3/20/13 7:01 P

So I am just a week away from completing insanity round two.

I first completed it last summer, then went on a late summer holiday, all inclusive. All the trimmings. Ten a run up to Christmas saw a new job and lots of festive celebrations.

Anyway, now I'm a week away, I'm looking ok, would like some more definition, my six pack is there but still partly hidden.

I feel another month might sort me, but then it might also break me. My current intention is to take a minimum of a week off, doing practically nothing, maybe the odd long walk, and eating well.

However after that I am unsure what to do. Insanity 3 days a week, an insanity p90x hybrid, or the gym for a bit then back to insanity for the 9 weeks before my foreign holiday?

I'm looking for advice really on those who have been there seen it done it, and can advise what best to do.

I'm 30 in a month, I'm not overly trifling with insanity, though ere does feel the odd niggle in my ankles etc from the heavy impact.

Thanks in advance.

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