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Another New Start P90x Insanity and Running????Hopefully
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Wednesday, October 13, 2010

I have started P90X several times in the last couple of months. Being busy and sick just ruined each start. My hope is that today really is Day !. I am as busy as I always was and not busier so that helps and I am finally well and hopefully will stay healthy! Today was Day 1 of my guessing at what a Hybrid Program with Insanity, P90X and Running looks like. I did Max Interval Circuit. The warm up scared the crap out of me and thankfully the rest of the hour was not as hard! I finished and enjoyed the workout even through it kicking my butt! I am exhausted but hoping to get up and do Chest and Back P90X and Ab Ripper X. I am hoping to do this program over 90 days and see some serious results.
Week 1 Goals
Drink enough of water
Record calories
Record workouts
Eat fairly clean
Only One naughty snack a day
Finish week 1
Study Verse every day
Beginning Photos
Beginning Measurements
Go to bed by 10:30 during the week
Not be toooo naughty at book club
Finish Mini Shopaholic
Well here is my new beginning a may I Bring It Everyday!!!!

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  • no profile photo CD4442701
    Good luck - you can do this!
    3695 days ago
  • LISAW/3
    Good luck with your new program! I hope it works out for you!
    3697 days ago
  • JESSICAH311
    Yeah its heard work, but it will pay off in the end. I started Insanity a while back and did the 1st week but then the weekend came and oops there it went. I need to get started on it again, the only thing is now I have neighbors below me so i am kind of restricted now. I was thinking of asking them when they are not home so I can try it then. Is PX90 really hard? I want that as well and perhaps alternate. Is that what you did and did you see results real quick when you were doing it?
    3697 days ago
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