There is a new challenge in the group:
Squat, Left Front Kick, 5 Punches
Squat, Right Front Kick, 5 Punches
Repeat on both sides 20 times. Then do 2 sets. That means you do 200 punches per set, for a grand total of 400. I did all those.
On top of that, I did 150 punches at the end of both Sil Lum Tao AND Chum Kiu. 300 total, plus the other 400, means I did 700 punches today. After that I did Biu Jee and Mook Jong, but I did not add any extra punches to the end of them.
Today marks the first day of my new workout program. It is still 10 Minute Trainer, but I am doing 20 minutes per day instead of just 10. The program I am doing includes the workout routines from the “basic” DVD’s, as well as the ones from the “advanced” upgrade. However, back in the day when I bought the extra DVD, I was sent two additional DVD’s as extra bonuses. These discs have 3 workout routines on them each, and they are:
*Friday Night Arms
*Chest and Back
I also bought P90X One on One, Volume 2, Disc 4: 10-Minute Crusher Pack. This DVD includes 3 more 10-minute workouts, which are:
*Legs of Gold
The thing is, none of the auto-schedules in the Beachbody archives include the workouts from these extra DVD’s. However, it would be easy enough to swap these out. It could be done in the following fashion:
*UPPER BODY (from the upgrade DVD): replace with Friday Night Arms, Chest and Back, or Upper Body
*CARDIO (from the basic set) or CORE CARDIO (from the upgrade): replace with Cardio Intervals or Plyo Intervals, respectively, or Shadow Boxing
*LOWER BODY (from the basic set): replace with One-on-One Lower Body or Legs of Gold
*ABS (from the basic set): replace with 20/12 Abs
In fact, you know what? I think tomorrow on break at work, I will go through the calendar for this current program and figure out when and where I can replace these workouts. Like Tony Horton has always said, “Variety is the spice of life.”
Might as well start spicing things up!