I wanted to watch TV during my foam roller session today, but it just didn’t work out. It was easier to work my way through the DVD as usual.
I did less foam rolling on my arms this time. My forearms don’t really need it, but my shoulders and biceps could probably benefit from a […]
The schedule for a P90X2 recovery week is much easier than it was for P90X. As a reminder (or an introduction, for those unfamiliar with P90X), the old schedule was a combination of stretching, yoga, core training (called “Synergistics”), and cardio (in the form of Kenpo-style karate exercises). Each activity was on a different day, […]
These days, I tell my wife I am doing “The Rumble Roller Infomercial” when I refer to this DVD. Of course, Tony Horton is sincere in his praise of the enhanced foam roller, so I won’t give him a hard time. He also admits later in the session that his jokes might get old after […]
I got through the entire DVD today, after a decent night’s rest. This was also my first full session with the new PVC-and-foam roller. I did my best to keep up with Tony Horton and “the kids.” Of course, Tony encourages us to take as much time as we need, but an hour seems long […]
I have mentioned that I regret skipping or avoiding certain aspects of P90X, because they have returned to haunt me in P90X2. Here is another example: I was not very consistent about X Stretch. I was always careful to do the stretches before and after each workout, and it was nice to see “the kids” […]