Warning: Redundancy alert!!! I wrote this posting earlier and then editted it a few hours later...
First day back from one of the greatest vacations known to man. It's amazing how people fall back into familiar roles with their family despite large amounts of itme being seperated. It was like we all still lived together but are glad we don't. Well if I said I didn't drink or eat bad I would be lying. It was good to have a slush week b/c it made me realize how my body is affected by changing my routine. Now I did get a few good workouts in but mostly it was either swimming, sprints or long walks on the beach drunk late at night.
Feeling good and ready to be back at work. Lots of catching up to do and it'll be nice to return to a set schedule again. We're starting that 6 week plan tomorrow morning. I had every intention of starting today but I am still recovering. Already have everything laid out and tonight we're taking a long walk. Our dog ran away last week and we're posting fliers around the neighborhood. I just got a call from the road kill guy and no Lucy in the bag so we're hitting the neighborhood hardcore tonight and postings fliers.
I've been curious and writing down all these workouts I want to try sinc eI no longer have a gym membership and it is amazing at what you can find on the internet. As I was surfing looking for new workouts I ran across a group called the "Bar-barians" Supposedly they only lift body weight and these guys are ridiculous. They're basically gymnasts who use their landscape as a gym. Inspiring as can be and I have to try these muscle ups. I have heard about them before but after seeing the videos I have to try them out. What a ridiculously workout that cost nothing. I still need a few kettleballs and a better pull up bar to do Muscle ups but other then that I am ready to rock and roll.
6 week program starts tomorrow. No mercy, no relent. It's only 6 weeks and I wanna to see how far I can go by truly pushing myself as hard as I can. After the 6 weeks I have been thinking about doing P90x at about 70% meaning not doing every second of the DVDs but most of it. It's too much of a pounding to take for 90 days especially when you have as many ailments and issues as I do. Excitied.