So here I am. Yet another attempt at "getting healthy". You name it, I've probably tried it. So how did a morning radio DJ and a friend convince me that P90x was finally the solution I've been looking for? Good Question. Maybe its that group mentality? I'll let you know once I figure it out. Oh, and did I mention? I'm a quitter too. I'm awesome at the 3-day effort. Heck. Maybe even a week. And if I'm feeling extra motivated, I'll maybe make it 3 whole weeks. So what is it about P90x that is going to be different?
I've decided that I'm going to drownd myself in accountability this time. First things first - for the first time in my technology surrounded life, I'm going to BLOG my experience. And you know what? I'm tired of quitting... which really might be more of a combination of being too lazy to try and being afraid of failure. Maybe its easier to just quit than to try and fail? But... I can't even give myself the chance to succeed without finally following through on something. It is only 90 days of my life... and actually, its 12 weeks of a 7 day program, so only 84 days. Heck, I finished college when there was no end in sight. Why not P90x? Finally. I'm making a decision to finish.
So enough of the emotional blah blah blah reasons to do P90x. Straight up. I want to look good in my swimsuit dammit. I'm in my twenties and I've never felt great in a suit and now I want to. High 5 to vanity. I've never been super fat - but the last few years... I think I've had reverse body image issues... you know, where you look in the mirror and think "Not Bad" and then you see a picture of yourself and think "Yikes! Is that me?".
I've got my DVD's, my manuals, and no doubt some unflattering pictures to take tonight. I'll report back soon.