Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Challenge Day 50

Maxi Max Extreme (through Runner's Stretch)

Brush PM: yes
BYB: yes


Alfalfa (6 caps): 3
Fibertox (1-3 caps): 2
Nerve & Osteo Support (3 caps): 2
Pyruvyl Glycine (12 sprays): yes
Water (8 glasses, 8 ounces each): 2 liters


7:50am: Spiru-tein vanilla shake with frozen blueberries, 1 cup organic lowfat yogurt, organic plain almond milk
9:30am: coffee with cream/sugar
12:10pm: pretzel goldfish crackers
12:30pm: 1/2 Crispers oriental chicken salad, baby carrots, 1/2 cup of organic lowfat cottage cheese
6:50pm: 1/2 turkey sandwich with extra lettuce


10 days and counting. I haven't measured since Day 1 - and kind of scared to. Since I haven't put my all into this Challenge, I'm not expecting to get it all out of it (one can only dream of the miracle workout that works without actually doing it). You only reap what you sow, right?

Tonight I saw the Maxi Max Extreme preliminary copy (filmed at the 2007 Retreat). I've been meaning to do it, so popped it into the DVD player, slapped on my workout gear and went at it. T-o-u-g-h to say the least. I made it through Runner's Stretch (done the Ladybug way) - which was about an hour if you count all my water breaks. I think everyone is really going to like this one! It's more of a smooth pace, but you feel like you're live at a fitness event with Teresa. She makes you hold the form when correcting a few in the crowd, but in the long run that's what will make your muscles quiver to get you the results you crave. I might try doing the second half of it tomorrow (or the next day).

Looking through my T-Tapp collection I thought: I could really do a different T-Tapp workout every single day for an entire month. Maybe doing a portion of a workout here and there (like TLB standing for one full workout, one day off with BPT and then TLB floor the next day for another full workout, etc, etc. There are so many combinations to do - how could I get bored? So I'm going to try that for a little while and see how it works for me. It will be a constant challenge, that's for sure.

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