Changing things.

Sunday, October 21, 2012

So I pretty much failed Insanity. The past week and a half, I've been very spotty with my workouts. I've been dealing with home troubles. I've tried my hardest but I've decided I will try again when I'm ready.
But, in the meantime. I WILL be doing it 2-3 times per week. And on the other days, I will do other things. (I have different DVDS I can use to switch it up.). Also, I was going to go running like I did before I started Insanity. I'm especially excited about that one because the weather is becoming so nice and beautiful and I can't wait to be outside in it!
Regardless, I'm still going to try my hardest, I just had to make some modifications to my plan. I've also decided that when I lose another fifteen pounds, then I will try Insanity again.
They are great DVD's but I'm horrible with repetitiveness. I want to be able to say I graduated that program though so I will take the necessary steps to do so.

Sorry for the rant. But yeah.
I feel okay with the decision. I wish I could have done better, but what my new plan consists of will still take me closer to my goals so I need to focus on that.
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  • STHAX10
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    2368 days ago
    Have you tried P90X? I've heard Insanity is supposed to be the graduation step from P90X.

    Consistancy is nice, but getting in some workout is better than none. Just think, you're getting more of a workout than those couch potatoes!

    Also, there is no shame in baby steps! Keep it up - you can do it!!

    2370 days ago
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