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P90X Classic Plus: Day 15 (Upper Body Plus-Abs/Core Plus)

Well, Diana and William went out before me with my in-laws today while I ran my son and twin daughters home. Once that was done, I called her to see where she was. They were at lunch, so I came … Continue reading

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P90X Classic Plus: Day 11 (Fountain of Youth)

I tried FoY today instead of Yoga X. It felt like the pain in my right foot was gone, but then there were times when it would flare up unexpectedly. Diana wrapped my foot with an Ace bandage, and that … Continue reading

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P90X/Rev Abs Hybrid: Day 86 (Core Synergistics)

I wasn’t sure I would even be able to get through this workout tonight. So glad I surprised myself again! One thing I found out though: my flexibility issues are still interfering with my ability to do Bow to Boat. … Continue reading

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P90X/Rev Abs Hybrid: Day 85 (Yoga X)

I didn’t get to do Yoga X at work because…well, I just didn’t feel like it. So I decided to give it a try when I got home. Diana went out shopping with my mother-in-law, and I had all four … Continue reading

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P90X/Rev Abs Hybrid: Day 65 (Fat-Burning Abs-Merciless Abs)

I was going in and out of sleep yesterday so I didn’t even get around to doing Chest, Shoulders and Triceps. However, I do have July 4th and 5th off from work. Will I be putting in a double workout … Continue reading

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P90X/Rev Abs Hybrid: Day 58 (Fat Burning Abs)

What a day at work: done with everything we could do by about 5:30pm, and then had to sit there manning the Abandoned Infant Information Hotline in case someone who was actually thinking about abandoning their child actually called…which they … Continue reading

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P90X/Rev Abs Hybrid: Days 41-44 (Power Intervals-Chest, Shoulders and Triceps-Fat Burning Abs-Mercy Abs)

Things have been busy around here lately! Haven’t had a chance to sit down and write about my workouts. Power Intervals was the same old, same old…but something about Chest, Shoulders and Triceps started to get me worried. I had … Continue reading

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