Anyway, I did get Plyo X in. I can get through this routine fairly well at this point. Yeah, I’m breathing & sweating, but I’m not gasping and clutching my chest! The only issue yesterday was my thighs were still weakened from the prior day’s tennis. Mind you, I didn’t hold back. I got low in the lunges and jumped high in the jumps, I just felt it more in the thighs than I usually do.
I don’t get out much on my bike any more. Since moving to Atlanta, biking has taken a hard decline. There is no shoulder on the roads down here, and you’re taking your life in your hands from the moment you leave your subdivision. I have several times been deliberately run off the road by rednecks in pickups sporting the confederate flag. I’m not kidding. So, for me, biking is something I do when I have huge amounts of open time and I mount my roof rack, load up the DeRosa (yes, an old, pretty, classic STEEL bike) and drive 45 minutes to a trail that was a former railroad line. Because of the time, this is something that doen’t happen very often. STILL, it would be interesting to see how I perform immediately after this P90X round, because my cardio/aerobic feels very good and my legs are much stronger.