Wednesday, April 10, 2013
60 days of Insanity finally over
It was a challenging program. To be expected. Can't expect to change if you don't challenge yourself. I was also looking forward to doing different workout. Since I did all versions of P90X last year.
Over all, my fitness level has increased. I noticed when I did my 10k last month that I wasn't as exhausted when I finished and I set a new PR.
There really isn't any dramatic differences in the pictures. I noticed that my back muscles are more defined. Also, my upper abs are also more defined. I was not happy with my nutrition. I wasn't consistant and I fell for the temptations. I do good during the week. When the weekend comes, its all over. It is just enough to ruin all the hard work I have done during the week. One of these days I will break that cycle.
Next Monday I will start Asylum Vol. 1. One thing I have noticed since I have been on my health journey, right at the end of the workout program (such as P90X or Insanity) is when I am at my peak. I have learned the moves. My nutrition for the most part is good. I am building muscle and burning body fat. Then its time to change programs. I did consider doing the 2nd part of Insanity over again for another 30 days. I decided, didn't really matter what program I was doing as long as I was still pushing play and giving it all I got.
I encourage everyone to do Insanity! It is not for beginners that are wanting to get off the couch. When you push play, you better be ready to "DIG DEEPER." It starts off quick. If you have any questions about it, just hollar at me.
Now with the results:
HERE I COME ASYLUM!!!!!!