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P90X Week Five Day 2

Monday, March 29, 2010

Powerful day, powerful workout. I decided on the Chest, Shoulders and Biceps workout today. I want to get the weight training exercises out of the way before I leave on Wednesday. I can always do cardio in the hotel gym or in my room.

I really liked this one today. It was hard and I wasn't able to do maximum reps on everything but it moved really fast and I loved the variety. I followed with ARX and felt full of energy. Soooo ... I popped in Kenpo and did another 45 minutes of that. Oh, what a feeling! The coolest thing was I felt like the Kenpo really clicked today. I felt like I knew exactly what I was doing and was doing it well.

I ended up with a two hour workout and it felt amazing! Even the dreary, rainy day didn't bring me down. Another cool thing is I have a new muscle showing up on my shoulder. I kid you not. An area that never showed muscle before is now sporting one.

I did my measurements today and in the past 28 days, I have lost 2" off my hips. My legs and arms are more toned, I am SO much more flexible and my abs are starting to firm up. During my stretching today, not only was I able to reach my foot, but I was able to wrap my hands around it. I was afraid that by now I might be getting sick of P90X but it's just the opposite. I'm beginning to crave the workouts and the burn that follows. I can't remember ever feeling like this about a tough workout before.


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    You're a POWERHOUSE !!!!!
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    3828 days ago
    ur tough to combine those workouts into ONE day!!! Good for you! Just don't OVER train, our you could wear yourself out RAPIDLY... speaking from experience...

    Keep up the good work! You're doing awesome! :D
    3828 days ago
    YEAH!!! Go girl!! Made me tired just reading all of that!!
    3828 days ago
  • RFH417
    I've been wanting to try it! Sounds great!!
    3828 days ago
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