Here’s today’s live chat with Autumn Calabrese, creator of the 21 Day Fix.
Day 34 of P90X3 completed. This was an awesome cardio workout! It consists of MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) moves. I’ve never done any MMA before but I thought it was fun. My form isn’t that great lol, but I burned a lot of calories :). Also just a fyi, there were a lot of burpees in it, which Tony calls sprawls.
Day 33 of P90X3 done. This was a good weights workout and burnout was a killer! If you like weights, this one’s for you. Here are some of the moves. Burnout is not in the video; it was over 2 minutes.
Day 32 of P90X3 Eccentric Lower completed. This was a nice lower body workout. There were squats, lunges and used weights for most of the moves. Just like Eccentric Upper, you do the moves for three counts and then go quick on the next count. Here is a video to give you an idea of the workout:
Day 30 of P90X3 done. Oh my, this was a tough one! It really works your legs but I liked it! I got a great sweat and burned a lot of calories. You do each move for a minute and it’s split into three different intensities. It’s a great workout!
Day 29 of P90X3 done. This was a good upper body workout! It was a nice pull-ups, push-ups, and weights workout. It was my first time doing it so I wasn’t sure what weights to use but I think I’ll up the weight on some of the moves next time. Also, sorry about the bad camera angle, lol you can’t see me at the top off the pull-ups.
This was a hard core workout. It was my first time doing it so I was not familiar with the moves and breathing. I need to improve on this one a lot. Lol.
Day 24 – P90X3 Accelerator done. First time doing this workout. It’s a nice cardio workout! It worked my whole body! There were a lot of planks and leg work. The moves were a minute each and at times the speed changed from fast to faster. I had a nice sweat session.
Day 22 of P90X3 – This is the first day of the transition week and Isometrix was a tough one. Tony Horton says in the beginning, “it’s the hardest part of yoga.” He is totally right. It was hard! It’s all about balance. You hold each move for 45 seconds.
First time using the Chin-up Max assist band for this workout and I liked it! It helps a lot! I used to use a chair or stool but using the Chin-up Max is way better! I like getting the full range of motion when doing pull-ups.
But I also need to work on my form on my push-ups but you get the gist.