roadkill1
After a 6 months hiatus from gruntin' I have rejoined the "WAC," and I am back into the groove.

I really missed the "PUMP," and got one yesterday!

You know, when you can't touch you shoulders with your thumbs??????[]


Iam back on "Animal Pak" multi's, Rewind and nitric oxide.

My son tells me I'm too old for this, I think I a too young to quit!


I am sore today due to sub zero temps though...........[afro]



RK
"So what is big is not always the Trout nor the Deer but the chance, the being there. And what is full is not necessarily the creel nor the freezer, but the memory." ~ Aldo Leopold
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roadkill1
cameroncrazies02 wrote:
Why the hiatus? Injury?

I haven't been to the gym in 6 days due to illness and it's killing me. I feel like such a slug.

I took a new job in July.
Fair amount of travel was involved.
Settled in a bit now, time to get back to basics!


RK
"So what is big is not always the Trout nor the Deer but the chance, the being there. And what is full is not necessarily the creel nor the freezer, but the memory." ~ Aldo Leopold
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cameroncrazies02
Why the hiatus? Injury?

I haven't been to the gym in 6 days due to illness and it's killing me. I feel like such a slug.
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thecrackerjack
After all of the cookies and other sugary treats over the past few weeks, I am looking forward to hitting it hard, eating clean, and cutting back down over the next few months. All of the junk food has made me incredibly sluggish, which is going to make the first few weeks a struggle!
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roadkill1
thecrackerjack wrote:
After all of the cookies and other sugary treats over the past few weeks, I am looking forward to hitting it hard, eating clean, and cutting back down over the next few months. All of the junk food has made me incredibly sluggish, which is going to make the first few weeks a struggle!

You'll bounce back quickly!

Sugar is an insidious drug...........

Just get in there and work up a sweat.....you can do it!!!


RK
"So what is big is not always the Trout nor the Deer but the chance, the being there. And what is full is not necessarily the creel nor the freezer, but the memory." ~ Aldo Leopold
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thecrackerjack
roadkill1 wrote:
thecrackerjack wrote:
After all of the cookies and other sugary treats over the past few weeks, I am looking forward to hitting it hard, eating clean, and cutting back down over the next few months. All of the junk food has made me incredibly sluggish, which is going to make the first few weeks a struggle!

You'll bounce back quickly!

Sugar is an insidious drug...........

Just get in there and work up a sweat.....you can do it!!!


RK


First day back was a doozy, but I feel great now!

Tomorrow is going to be another story though...
Fear of the unknown is the greatest fear of all.
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dmonroe1
One of my coworkers bought Insanity. We did the fit test tonight. I am really out of shape. The plan is to go through 60 days. 6 days a week. Should be hell. My coworker is also my neighbor and plan is to cook healthy dinner after each night as well. While its going to be hard I am also looking forward to it. Need to slim down as I don't know if I have weighed this much ever.
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elsmith4
dmonroe1 wrote:
One of my coworkers bought Insanity. We did the fit test tonight. I am really out of shape. The plan is to go through 60 days. 6 days a week. Should be hell. My coworker is also my neighbor and plan is to cook healthy dinner after each night as well. While its going to be hard I am also looking forward to it. Need to slim down as I don't know if I have weighed this much ever.

Keep at it. My senior year after high school i was up to 225 after being 190 of muscle. After only two weeks i was down to like 210 granted it was mostly water weight. But this thing is intense but it's amazing to see the change.. daily. And every single muscle in your body is utilized during the workout. Love this program especially if you wanna get cut in 60 days. Life changer.
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dmonroe1
elsmith4 wrote:
dmonroe1 wrote:
One of my coworkers bought Insanity. We did the fit test tonight. I am really out of shape. The plan is to go through 60 days. 6 days a week. Should be hell. My coworker is also my neighbor and plan is to cook healthy dinner after each night as well. While its going to be hard I am also looking forward to it. Need to slim down as I don't know if I have weighed this much ever.

Keep at it. My senior year after high school i was up to 225 after being 190 of muscle. After only two weeks i was down to like 210 granted it was mostly water weight. But this thing is intense but it's amazing to see the change.. daily. And every single muscle in your body is utilized during the workout. Love this program especially if you wanna get cut in 60 days. Life changer.


Thank you for the encouragement. I was at 230 before I started, which is the heaviest I have ever been. Just got done with my 14th day. I am through two weeks and I haven't lost a lot of weight yet, maybe 5-6 pounds but I can feel the difference in my pants and energy level. I have a long way to go yet but the biggest place you can see a change is the workout itself. The first week I found myself resting a lot and my form on the moves were crap. Now that I know the moves my form has improved and I can last a lot longer without a rest. The second fit test is on Monday and I am looking forward to seeing the results through two weeks.

I am standing up in a wedding in mid-April and I have already been sized for the tux. I am looking forward to going back and re-sizing and seeing the change.

I have only skipped one day so far and followed it up with a run at the gym on my rest day. We did a morning workout this morning and it did not go well. When I am used to getting up at 7:30 and having to work out at 5:30 was rough. But that is the nice part about doing this in a group, you are kind of forced to get up and just do the workout that if you were doing by yourself you would never get up for.
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thecrackerjack
dmonroe1 wrote:
elsmith4 wrote:
dmonroe1 wrote:
One of my coworkers bought Insanity. We did the fit test tonight. I am really out of shape. The plan is to go through 60 days. 6 days a week. Should be hell. My coworker is also my neighbor and plan is to cook healthy dinner after each night as well. While its going to be hard I am also looking forward to it. Need to slim down as I don't know if I have weighed this much ever.

Keep at it. My senior year after high school i was up to 225 after being 190 of muscle. After only two weeks i was down to like 210 granted it was mostly water weight. But this thing is intense but it's amazing to see the change.. daily. And every single muscle in your body is utilized during the workout. Love this program especially if you wanna get cut in 60 days. Life changer.


Thank you for the encouragement. I was at 230 before I started, which is the heaviest I have ever been. Just got done with my 14th day. I am through two weeks and I haven't lost a lot of weight yet, maybe 5-6 pounds but I can feel the difference in my pants and energy level. I have a long way to go yet but the biggest place you can see a change is the workout itself. The first week I found myself resting a lot and my form on the moves were crap. Now that I know the moves my form has improved and I can last a lot longer without a rest. The second fit test is on Monday and I am looking forward to seeing the results through two weeks.

I am standing up in a wedding in mid-April and I have already been sized for the tux. I am looking forward to going back and re-sizing and seeing the change.

I have only skipped one day so far and followed it up with a run at the gym on my rest day. We did a morning workout this morning and it did not go well. When I am used to getting up at 7:30 and having to work out at 5:30 was rough. But that is the nice part about doing this in a group, you are kind of forced to get up and just do the workout that if you were doing by yourself you would never get up for.


Have you kept up with insanity and what changes did you make to your body?
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- Yvon Chouinard

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