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My plan for starting P90X

Friday, January 01, 2010

I just got my P90X in the mail yesterday and my plan was to start Monday. I thought I'd be able to take my measurements, take before photos, do the fitness test, watch the DVD and read the guides. Well, that's not going to happen and I want to be properly prepared.

So my plan for starting is to start the nutrition plan on Sunday and all next week continue the workouts I usually do. I will do all the steps in the prep work, watching the Bring It video, read the guides, take my measurements and before photos, and take the Fit test. I may also watch portions of some of the DVD's to get an idea what's in store for me. I will also start to blog daily on P90X on my Sparkpage.

I knew this was going to be tough but wow, it's more than I even imagined. The chin up bar is the thing that scares me the most. But I'm not going to let some silly chin up bar keep me from doing P90X. I decided to do those workouts at the gym and use the assisted chn up machine until I can do them on my own.

I'm looking at the title of my last blog which was P90X please hurry and arrive. Can I take that back. emoticon emoticon emoticon
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    Don't scare yourself out of it! I use the bands too. I knew pullups were not going to happen my first round.

    You just do what you can. Do your best, forget the rest will start to sink in. You will improve each week.

    I'm always here if you need support!


    As Tony says, "Get your head right." Wait a week if you need to. :-)
    4126 days ago
    You will do great! Don't be nervous about the chin up bar, I do the modified move with the bands. I think it is a great idea to watch the video before. I did this and it helped me to make sure I had everything I needed for each workout. Do your best and forget the rest!

    4126 days ago
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