Ugh, Level 2 was so The Worst. I hated every day's workout at that point as well. Even as I felt myself getting stronger and better at it, they just weren't fun exercises. But stick with it! Level 3 is so much better! Don't get me wrong, it still kicks your ass, but I started looking forward to my daily workout again. And truly, if I hadn't slogged through all that level 2 plank blegh-ness, I wouldn't have had the strength I needed to do the proper form on level 3.
I actually did each level for a month. I was like you, I hated every single thing about level 2. I found though by the time the month was up that I could do everything in level 2 without feeling like I was going to die! I've since moved on to No More Trouble Zones which totally kicks my butt! I found that coming on here has helped keep me motivated. There is a thread titled Anyone out there that I have been using to check in every day. Good luck!
I have started the 30DS quite a few times in the last few years and have yet to get to the finish line. I'm pretty sure Level 2 is the reason why :) I hate each and every circuit. Level one I start to feel confident after 4-5 days when I can at least keep up with the "easier" version of the exercises, but level two kicks my butt. Anyway, my goal is to do each level 5X a week (weekends are so crazy I need a break!) for two weeks then move up to the next one. Right now I just finished day 4 of level 2 and I'm starting to feel quitty. How do you keep yourself motivated? Especially with level 2, like I said each circuit kicks my butt and while I know that means I'm working hard and that's great, I really despise the workout itself in level 2. Thanks!!
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