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P90X Week One Day Two

Tuesday, March 02, 2010

Cardio X emoticon Personally I prefer to think of it as Cardio OW! After only 2 days, I'm beginning to see a trend. Every DVD seems to be combining cardio and strength, so don't let the titles fool you.

The good thing is that even though my muscles were screaming, "Are you CRAZY?" as I was beginning today's workout, by the time I was done, I actually felt less sore. I'm sure things will be different tomorrow but I'll enjoy the relief while I can. I threw in an extra workout last night - 30 minutes of BLC WL Yoga. Today I'm shooting for a 2 - 4 mile walk this afternoon. The good thing about this extra motivation is I have been very BAD the past 5 days and was up to 177. This AM before my workout, I was back down to 175. Tomorrow is WI day. I'd really like to WI at 172 but I doubt that will happen. I'd settle for 174. Anything but a GAIN! That's my new four letter word!

Oh yeah, one more thing. I did a much better job of keeping up with the dvd today. I'd say about 85% of it today. Maybe even 90%. The difference was alot less push ups today. I'm sure I won't be that lucky tomorrow but I'm taking this one day at a time and today I succeeded!
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    don't u just love to feel the burn!!! OWzers!!! Keep on keepin' on!!!
    3893 days ago
    Good job on the exercise. It takes more self-discipline to work out at home. Keep up the good work.
    3894 days ago
  • KAT573
    You are doing great! PUSHUPS are by their nature harder to do, because we use those muscles far less than others in an ordinary day,so we really have to do the exercises that target those and hey, guess what? PUSHUPS is one of them. You will move up in strength quickly I am sure. Take your rest when you should so them mooskels can grow in between times!
    Keep on Keeping ON! emoticon
    3894 days ago
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