P90X - CoreX ... Well folks this is an early update as I wanted the few of you who may read this early in the AM to know I DID my CoreX Workout. Yeah I know this is supposed to be a journal of me working out and I skip some days but hey I'm Not Mr. Universe. Go to Cali and speak to Arnold for that. :) Seriously though here it is 9:30am and I have finished the Core workout for the day. I, as always, skipped the "Dreya Roll" sorry I doubt I will ever do those. Back injury from my karate days and frankly I don't want to risk it. On the positive side of things though I cheated a little less with the push ups today. I still did weakling styles on my knees but I think I did more reps (I need to make a CoreX worksheet) and I didn't skip some of the ones I normally do skip such as the Reach high and under ones. TBH I HATE pushups and pull ups/chin ups. My arms have always been my weak spot. The CoreX is truly a good workout if you take it serious and frankly ... just muscle through it. I didn't do the Sphinx (I challenge any of you computer nerds to do them though) BUT!!! I hope to be there someday. Enough rambling see yall later.
7am - Oatmeal and water
9am - Excedrin migraine and 12oz mt dew. (Do ibuprofen and other pain pills have calories? not that it matters. :P)
1pm - Turkey and roast beef sandwich on rye w/ lettuce tomato, onion and Russian dressing and 1/2c potato salad & water
6pm - Chicken fajita w/ rice and fried beans & water
Managed to avoid Whopper Jrs for lunch for something slightly less destructive. :)
Does everyone else find it difficult to do holiday shopping for family members now days? I'm not talking "oh I'm broke I cant spend money" difficult I'm talking corporate America has become so greedy want, want, want, now, now, now that we all already have anything and everything? I am just as guilty as the next person mind you. I go down the clearance aisle at Target just to look at the clearance rack of PC games. Don't buy them that often but I still look. Then come Christmas family is like "What do you want for Christmas?" and all I can say is "Um ... spend it on my daughter. I don't need anything."
Alright enough ranting. (and rambling) off to do some of that Christmas shopping for the hard to shop for family members :D