This is actually pretty exciting because this is the first week I’ve had that I’ve been able to consistently plan and workout. Of course, that’s because my job is way less than it used to be, but I’m going to make the most of it while I can.
Day 1 P90- Sculpt A. My resistance bands are confusing.
Day 2 P90-Sweat A/Ab Ripper A + Day 1 Lee Labrada program, just dumbbell row, bicep curls, and rowing. The P90 ab program is NO JOKE.
Day 3 P90-Sculpt A + Day 2 Lee Labrada. I figured out that the different resistance bands have different resistance. Unfortunately none are stretchy enough to go all the way over my head. I try using water bottles but felt stupid so I tried modifying it on my knees. Didn’t work either. I ordered a small weight set online.
LL had me doing incline dumbbell flys, side lateral raises, lying triceps press, and bench dips. The people here are mostly big burly dudes who use big dude weights. I realized I couldn’t do lat raises without making awful faces so I resigned myself to using smaller, daintier weights.
Day 4 P90- Sweat A/Ab Ripper A + Day 3 LL. Ab Ripper A was still hard. Ran 3.2 miles on the treadmill in 28:30 and did 1000m of rowing.
Day 5 P90- Sculpt A + Day 4 LL – squats, dumbbell lunges, calf raises, quad extensions, which were ungodly hard.
Day 6 P90- Saturday Special + Day 5 LL – negative chin-ups, dumbbell rows, concentration curls, back extensions, and 3.42 miles in 30 minutes. Still really sore from leg day, P90 felt like a special hell.
Was supposed to do 30 minutes of cardio. Instead, I drafted my fantasy football team for the year, put in my packet for R&R, almost finished booking P’s flight, and celebrated my first real cheat day with crab legs (CRAB LEGS! IN AFGHANISTAN!) and macaroni and cheese for dinner. And cake. And cookies. It was glorious.