For the past 90 days the majority of my mornings have been filled with corny jokes from Tony Horton. Will I miss his terrible references to The Three Stooges? Probably not.
The workouts, however are a different story. Despite the fact that I have been doing the same workouts for three months in rotating fashion, they have remained challenging. I found myself sore when I thought I wouldn't be, and gasping for air mid-way through the workouts.
The last block is a rotation of two weeks of workouts. You do each week twice.
The only new workout in the bunch is Decelerator. There's a lot of agility, yoga, strength, and plyo moves in here. I refused to do this and then Agility X back-to-back when the week called for it. It was just too much of those bouncing/jumping moves for me, so I swapped Agility for a run.
I began to realize how much more focused on the upper body many of the workouts are these last few weeks. Sure you squat and do a dedicated leg day, but the rest of the workouts always incorporate upper body through burpees and pushups. It isn't a bad thing, but I do think my legs could use some more toning.
Doing 90 days of anything is a serious commitment. There were days that I missed because of traveling, days that I swapped for running, and days where I just couldn't bring myself to hit play. It got redundant and boring in a few places, but I pushed through. I feel like I ended with some pretty decent results too.
I feel leaner and I think my arms are returning to their beautifully toned glory. I still have some work to do around my mid-section...need to consistently get back into doing abs every day, but I think our next program (Core de Force) will help a little more with that.
I'm not entirely sure there is a lot of change based on those photos but my jeans are looser. So there's that.
And I guess you could say that in eight months there's been some pretty decent progress.