Omaha Red Sox wrote:We'll be wrapping up P90X this or early next week and I encourage anyone who's serious about doing a program that isn't boring and works your butt off to get these DVDs. We're going to take a week (maybe 2) off and do it again.
I started P90X a few months ago and lasted two weeks before having to stop (injury, non-P90X related).
I'm getting married in July and need to get back into shape.
To make sure I stay on track, I signed up for a 10K and a 5K for later this spring, so I got my fat ass off the couch and have started doing a running routine. Thinking of doing the weight-exercises in P90X too... never liked lifting much, but found those DVDs enjoyable. Will be running on the cardio days.
I did the One Hundred Push Ups program a while ago. I completed it... had to retry a week in there at some point, but got though it. Might try doing that, the 200 Sit Ups and the 200 Squats programs too. Then I'll be a beast.
Edit: Just realized I had nothing to really add to the conversation. Oops.