Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Old Faithful...

Well, I finally had a chance to exchange my Brooks Adrenaline for my old faithfuls - the Saucony Grid Stabil.


Okay so they're not pretty, but sometimes you just shouldn't mess with what works! Many thanks to the staff at Luke's for getting me fixed right up.
I am happy that I don't have a run tonight, because after my scheduled 25 minutes on the dreadmill, it was time for P90X....Plyometrics!
Fortunately, I had a little break between the two workouts and I was able to do the P90X full-out. So much so that my legs had that wobbly, jello-y feeling after I was done. I love it! But, I don't think my legs would like me very much if I made them run after that.
This morning I did the "Back and Biceps" workout, but I still have to do the "Ab Ripper X" tonight. I meant to mention the craziness that is the "Chest, Shoulders and Triceps" workout. I did this workout for the 2nd time on Monday and let me tell you...it is killer! The worst part for me was the slow push-ups where you go down slowly over a count of 4 and push-up over a count of 4. Killer! Then you do it again toward the end of the workout with 3 fast push-ups, followed by 4 slow ones and repeat over and over. I seriously hope I have some super sexy arms after all this! Oh and then there are the one-arm push-ups - I suck at those, but my goal is to do at least one full one before the 90 days is over (right now I can only go down a little without falling to the floor, lol!)!! I don't know what it is, but I just love the upper body workouts!
Hope you have some happy workouts too!

4 comments:

Viv said...

On the shoes it what is in the inside that counts for running shoes...LOL! Way to keep attacking the P90X. I give huge kudos to those of you whoe can do those workouts.

Jamoosh said...

I would not be caught dead in those shoes!!! :-)

TX Runner Girl said...

Hahaha Jamoosh!

Barbara said...

I test shoes for a "well known company" of which I cannot name, but what that means is I'm changing out my running shoes typically every 8-12 weeks.

It's great having new shoes all the time, picked specifically for my gait, etc. but it's definitely a guess as to what color I'll get each time.

I found out just how attached I am to particular colors after a few rounds of that!