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P90X Day 2 and I lived, almost didn't but I am here!

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P90X Day 2 work out today was Pylometrics and OMGx3! This kicked my butt but I finished it! I believe him when he says "this workout is the X in P90X!" X meaning Xtreme!

Holy cow! For those of you that do not know what pylometrics is, it is jumping exercises.  You jump a lot. Just when you think the jumping should be over, you jump some more. Even though it is pretty much the toughest work out I have ever done, so far, it was a lot of fun.

I sweat a lot and believe me when I tell you I can smell myself right now! It is a nasty smell and I am headed off to the shower. I may be a stink queen today but I feel great and so accomplished. There were times (a lot) that I had to do the moves with the lower impact but I kept up and kept going.

I am willing to put my money on this program that it will definitely be worth every penny it costs to buy it. For most of you, you know that I borrowed this from a friend. If it goes where I think it is going then I will be purchasing it in 88 more days.

Follow my journey and if you decide to try it then you can purchase right here. I hope that if you do choose to purchase it in the future that you will from my web site. I DO NOT sponsor anything unless I believe in it fully!

Day 3 tomorrow, not sure what it will bring but I am sure it will be challenging and fun!

I originally posted that I wold do bi-weekly pics of me but if these work outs are as intense every day as they have been I may boost that up to once a week instead.

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