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Am I REALLY going to do it?

Thursday, April 15, 2010




I just received the P90X last week. I was hesitating for a long time about getting it. BECAUSE I'M SCARED!!!!!. emoticon So the only reason why it's here is because my son bought it. I think I'm only scared because I'm scared of myself. You're suppose to do it everyday for 90 days and I don't think I can do it because I like to do my walk/runs and I can get pretty tired after work. Do you really have to do it every day? I just figured it will take me longer than 90 days to see results. I don't even think I can eat the food they suggest. I don't even like some of the stuff the tell you to eat. I hope I can keep up. I can't even do one chin up. urrrrrgh! Am I really going to do it? Dang! ok emoticon YES YOU ARE!! This thing is going to kick my butt all over of the place.
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  • BEAUTYFUL-1
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  • TJB_TX
    YES, YES, YES you are! My husband and I started P90X recently and yes it is hard, but who said it was going to be easy. I do variations of the meal plans they suggest and try to stay within the correct caloric intake. I am sore, but I feel sooooo good that I have started this program. The program does require that you commit for 90 days, but what's 90 really in the grand scheme of the journey to a healthy lifestyle.

    If you need support or a virtual shoulder to lean on, I am here!

    Good luck and you can do this!
    tjb

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    3135 days ago
  • MOONWILLOW1010
    First of all...take the "I don't think I can do it" out of the program. Start with I can do it and go from there. You CAN do this my friend. You can do anything you set your mind too...just think of it as a new and exciting adventure.

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