P90X Phase 1 Update - A look Back
by Racer X Virtual Trainer
Week 4 wrapped up Phase 1 for me, and I am pretty amazed I made it through! To be honest, I hated week 4 the most! I had to do yoga twice, which I did not like at all! It also introduced me to Core Synergistics which I loved! Phase 1 was a fun phase! But I am ready to be on Phase 2. I love the workouts more than Phase 1 so that is exciting to me! As far as results, I am honestly disapointed.
To sum up Phase 1 for everyone that wants to try it.... It will take your body about a week - week and a half to get used to the diet. You will be drained and over tired, just as I was. But after that feeling goes away and your body isn't addicted to carbs anymore, you will be so glad that you did it! Most of the exercises I could do 5-10 more of than when I started which is amazing. Which kept me on the positive side, like I said... not really any results and so that got me really down!
|End Phase 1||130 lb||36"||10"||26"||36"||20"|
Much more challenging and much more fun! Wish that Week 4's Core Synergistics was still on for week 5! They could have traded that for yoga haha! I will be honest and tell you that I skipped Wednesday's workout because I had a photoshoot and didn't want to overdue myself. Phase 2 's diet is soooo much easier! And I am so stoked about that part! At this point, I am praying that I see more results this Phase than last!
My least favorite is still yoga and I don't see that changing at all! Plyo, Kenpo, Chest Shoulders and Triceps as well as legs and back are all tied for the first spot! Which I guess is a good thing because that contains most of my week!
If anyone wants to shout out and give me any tips on the results part please feel free!... Or have Tony call me! haha.
Below is an outline of what Kim has to look forward to the next 4 weeks.
Time to kick back to another recovery phase week for week 8
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