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Start - Insanity Workout

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Start - Insanity Workout
My mental test!! (the motto! The mantra!)

Picture yourself getting lean, strong, ripped …
Now ask yourself: How bad do you want it?
If the answer is “real bad”, you love a challenge and you don’t mind working out on a pool of your own sweat, you might just be crazy enough for the Insanity workout...

The INSANITY challenge:
It’s not for a person that is lazy; it’s not for a person that finds excuses
It is only for that person that is mentally ready to take their body to peak physical condition...

OMG!! That’s perfect for me!
After the P90X! come INSANITY!!! I love the challenges!

So after 90 days of the P90X workout and 3 weeks without do anything, only working and a business travel (meaning: eat a lot!!!), I have decided to go ahead and do Shaun T’s Insanity. They believe it is the most intense workouts ever put on DVD.

OMG! That’s sounds intimidating (but! good to me). Let’s do this.

I am going to try to continue run 2-3 times a week (in the morning- after beginning the 2nd week) While I go through these rigorous workouts but I’m not sure how that is going to go.

My goals here are pretty simple. I just want to challenge myself. I do want to lose some of my extra weight and lose a more fat around my belly, my back and arms. After I finish this 60 days, the goal is to put together an Insanity/P90X hybrid workout. Or Training to my first 10K...

I don’t know! The sky it’s the limit!
(Sueña en grande)!)

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    Puedes hacerlo TODO!!!!!! P90X/Insanity and RUN/TRAIN for 10K!!! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2765 days ago
    Ejele mijita, que bueno que sueñes en grande. Yo se que tu puedes!! emoticon
    2765 days ago
    Te felicito SRAaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!
    Tengo que dejarme de tonterias y comenzar también. TE me adelantastes.
    2766 days ago
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