Today I did triceps and shoulders and core....don't remember all the exercises I did, but I also did 10 minutes on the stairmaster and 30 mins on the elliptical for my cardio.
Saturday I did legs and core...again, a bunch of various exercises and various cardio
Shoulders and arms today
I actually took progress pics of P90x for my profile on a workout site and I'm psyched by what I'm seeing!
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Another 5+ miles on the W&OD trail today in the snow. 122 miles in the last 30 days according to the site that logs my workouts.
Also doing strength training using body-weight exercises. I'm hungry.
25 minutes on the "gazelle"
Explosive deadlift shrug
Closed grip incline pull down
I am exhausted
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P90X has been a great workout for me. Have been doing it for a month now, and couldn't be more happy with my results. I also incorporate a 5 Mile run at night on my treadmill, and with a good diet I have seen pretty good results
I really like it, it's a good sweat for 40+ minutes.
The hardest part with the p90x in the 1st month of is the nutrition. I just found the nutrition guide online and the 1st month is pretty much no carbs. I've been keeping track of what I eat since the 1st of the year, and I seem to love me some carbs. I'm going to try my best to stick with a low carb for at least 2 weeks. Today is the 1st day I tried low carb and did pretty good.
Only 40g carbs and 176g of protein with no supplements. I did have a yogurt with 19g of carbs and I'm going to leave that out tomorrow so I should be able to get around 20g of carbs.
Anyone ever do Yoga?
My first Yoga class was Monday. Wow, that is a workout and you don't even realize it.
I've been doing 15 min Eliptical, then 10 min bike at the start of every workout. So far my knee is holding up perfectly.
I'm doing sort of a circuit deal now, one day upper body, next day legs. Then 2 sets of 40 ab curls w/ the 8 lb ball (that my workout partner throws at me!).
I'm not a big fan of circuit weights, but sticking w/ that for now til I feel more comfortble w/ my knee stability. I do some free weights for my upper body though.
Taking tonight off and Yoga again tomorrow night.
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Speaking of my bad back, i spent 3 hours last night in the ER, i threw my back out again, bad. Needless to say, after a solid 3 months of MAJOR gains in the gym, i wont be posting in this thread much for awhile.
That sucks dude.
I just joined 24 hour fitness in Houston, and got some personal training sessions. I was going to go kettlebell, but I need to gain some core strength before I start on kettlebell. Started working with one, and threw my back out a week later. Not as bad as you apparently...get better dude!
Oh, and I've lost 6 pounds since the beginning of the year...pretty psyched about that. On pace to hit my 40 pound June goal.
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PB, I know the feeling. Out of the gym for about 8 months due to knee surgery...gained 18 lbs and lost most muscle in my left leg. It feels so great to work out again, and I can already can tell the weightloss/muscle gain. Keep your head up!~
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