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Monday, December 12, 2011

I am totally back on the P90X wagon!

Background: I've had the P90X set since I was 6 weeks postpartum, Ive attempted it 3 times, each time abruptly giving up after injury. One of these time I made it to day 60 and still had to give it up due to REALLY bad back injury. I never followed the diet, just the workout. I switched to Bikram hot Yoga which helped my back BUT was way out of my league, it takes a mental strength I had not earned yet. I've been utilizing p90x for a quick 20-40 min workout for the last few months w 7lb weights.

With my foot injury healing, feeling healthy, I am ready to really get back at working on my physical and mental strength I decided last night I was going to begin P90X yet again, this time with my 15 lbs weights. I am absolutely determined to fulfill the entire 90 day regimen and take my body to the next level. For my first workout back with P90X...I.KILLED.IT.


I paced myself, pushed myself and YES I made myself damn proud. I was exhausted, sweaty, and amped. So much so that taking the garbage out lead to a quick half mile run :] I am one happy girl.

You don't have to do P90X to make yourself proud, just get up and move, prove to yourself you can do something you didn't do yesterday, a week ago, a month ago, a year ago. That's really all it takes to be happy girls and boys...

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    Love the poster at the bottom. So true!
    2355 days ago
    Awesome! Taking the garbage led to a quick run? Sounds like a P90x high! emoticon
    2356 days ago
    Congrat's on getting back at it again. So happy for you.
    2356 days ago
    I've never tried the P90X, but I feel the same way about the FIRM total body workouts as you seem to feel about P90X. Woohoo for killing that workout!! Great accomplishment. :)
    2356 days ago
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