Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Tony Horton (P90X) Shows Some Ab Moves on the Today Show

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Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Tips to Stay Motivated and Get Back on Track for your Health

It's funny how life sometimes get's in the way of a workout.  So often, we get so busy with work, the spouse, and being a taxi driver for the kids, we push aside our own health to tend to others needs.  So here are a few tips to get you back on track, because without your health, everything else will not happen.

1.  Remember why you started to workout, and think back on how you felt after you did your first round of P90X, ran your first mile, or powerwalked your way around the block.  Tap into your memories of what motivated you in the first place, and write it down.  Most importantly, keep that memo in front of you as a reminder.

2.  Plan your work and work your plan.  Setting up schedule will help you know what to do and when to do it.  Be specific on the workout, like run 5 miles at 10:00 pace.  A calendar is a must!

3.  Sign up for an Event. Having a deadline, can be motivation to get off your butt. Knowing that you have a race on the calendar, means that you need to prepare. Besides, you will most likely be raising money for a good cause.  Now go search for a 5K, 10K, 1/2 Marathon, Full Marathon, Swimming Race, Bike Tour, Triathalon, or an Ironman.

4.  The sum is greater than the parts.  Working out with a partner can help you stay accountable and continue on your regime that you set out to do.  Invite others to workout with you for more fun and encouragement.  Joining a group will keep you on track.

5.  While having a certain goal, like losing 10 lbs, wear that size 6 dress, or run a 5K in 25 minutes is great.  Writing your goal down and having a timeline, will improve your chances of success.  

6.  Sleep! It's amazing what enough rest does for your mind and body.  With enough sleep you will perform better than you would without the ZZZZzzzzz's!  So hit the sack, and get recharged!

Obstacles occur when you lose focus!

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Monday, June 20, 2011

Coming Soon: P90X2 - The Sequel

Coming Soon Fall 2011 The Sequel to P90X!

Many of you have been asking, and it's coming this Fall 2011!

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Saturday, June 18, 2011

Island Harvest 5K-New PR

I woke the kids up at 6:30am so they had time to eat breakfast before we drove off to support Island Harvest in there Annual 5K.  During the drive, I noticed the temperature indicating 65 degrees when we left the house, and by the time we arrived at Wantagh Park it rose to 75 degrees.  I was concerned that the heat would get to me, but it was only 3.1 miles, so I just sucked it up and enjoyed the race. 

The race started about 5 minutes past the offical start time of 9am inorder to give the 200+ runners this year.  The course is a very flat course with parts if the race on grass, just like cross country.  Soon, the race promotor announced to move to the starting gate, and we all herded to the beginning.  Then the race promoteer spoke through his blowhorn and said "On you mark,    Go!"

Off we went, first south., back up north, then around the park.  The clock actually said 25:51 as I crossed the finish, which is a 8:19, a new PR!!!!!!  Again thank you to P90X, and my RRCA Running Coach Course Teacher

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Tuesday, June 7, 2011

P90X-Day 1-Chest and Back and Ab Ripper X-Round 2

Now that the Vermont City Marathon is crossed off my calendar, Irene and I started another round of P90X today.  Originally, I was thinking of doing Insanity, but I felt that with all the running that I will be doing for my training for the Steamtown Marathon and Irene doing the Wineglass Marathon, that was going to be enough cardio along with the cardio incorporated with P90X.  I still wanted to achieve an overall good shape. 

I slightly modified the Classic by taking out Plyometrics and Kempo because I really wanted to work on my speed work and run longer.  I also added another X Stretch Session into the week.  In my last race, I ran out of steam by the half way mark.

Since we have not really done any upper body work for almost 8 weeks, today's Chest and Back was a little tough.  We start with the same reps and weights, which was a good start.  We continued our success and will amped for the next 90 days!

Some final words, Mason Twist always gets me!

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