First of all, you need space, a lot of space. You are jumping a lot, you are doing moving planks a lot and you are moving/running back and forth a lot. So before thinking of buying Asylum, make sure you have a big space to work out in.
With that out of the way I can’t help but mention how much I love the beachbody programs. The past few days I had several incidents happening which made me realize just how much the programs helped me.
Well yes, other programs work as well but what I really love is the variety that keeps me motivated. I have a tendency to get bored as soon as things become easy or repetitive and beachbody programs are neither of those two things.
I felt a bit down after the move, not so much because I do not like it here but because I wasn’t able to work out in almost over a month now. It also seems more complicated to make it work and I won’t have the same nice space in front of the TV like I used to. All this made me a bit cranky.
Am I working out because of vanity? Someone asked me that a while go. Yes and no. Mostly no, even though people might not believe that. Yes, it’s awesome to feel great and to see your abs for the first time in your life.
Yoga X from the P90X Workout Schedule was the first contact I had with Yoga. While I expected something completely different (the X should have been a hint though..(no not what you think!)) and while I still have a love/hate relationship with that particular part of the workout schedule, it unmistakeably had the biggest impact on my fitness and life in general.