Feelings on Tony Horton
I had a half day at work today. I couldn’t wait to get home and see my smiling puppy face!
I had to stop at the store and pick up a few items for a baking project I’m working on. I walked past the Baked Cheddar and Sour Cream chips, twice, but at the last minute, I grabbed the bag.
I took those ships home and DOMINATED THEM!!!
I ate 3 bowls full. That doesn’t make for a very good lunch. amiright?
I (finally) finished the rest of the taco chicken. I added 3 heaping spoonfuls of salsa and heated it all up together. Camera was acting a fool, no picture.
So after watching TV for another 3 hours, Adam came home from work, looking for dinner. (Oops, slipping on the wifely duties). We were on our own.
I wasn’t really feeling like eating much of anything, but I decided heat up the rest of the roasted cauliflower from last nights dinner. I figured I should fill ma belly with something of substance. Or at least, leave no room for more chips.
I started my P90X Shoulders and Arms disc. I increased my weights this week, to my new 5 pounders. But I found this disc to be on the light side, I’ll definitely be increasing the weights to 10 pounds next week.
I also had to do the Ab Ripper X disc today. I started out strong, but I was getting pretty tired at the end, musta been all those chips, huh?
I also have a confession to make: I HATE TONY HORTON! I think it’s time for me to do my P90X routines with the TV on mute and some Gaga on the iPod. He’s very full of himself, and always talks about what he can do, and how strong he is, blah, blah, blah.
It’s different that other workout DVDs I’ve done. Most instructors try to give encouraging words to motivate you, this cat’s just pissing me off.
I also started jotting down what each disc consists of, so I’m going to be adding them to the exercise tab at the top of the page, so look for updates there.