There are two weeks left to go, and as of today, my weight loss stands at 29 pounds. I’m going to try to really push it and see if I can’t get that number up by doing an extra workout in the morning, probably just some light cardio (like bike riding) or something.
It’s hard to believe that the end of this program is so close. On Day 1, Day 90 seemed so very far away, almost like forever, but now that we’re down to it, it’s easy to see that 90 days really isn’t that much time. It doesn’t seem quick when you’re first starting out, but by the end you wonder where the time went, especially if you stick with it every day.
And that’s the key. Don’t slack off. Just do your workout every day, eat as clean as you can, and in no time, you’ll see results. But you have to work at it every day if you want to be fit and healthy. You can’t just lose a bunch of weight and then go back to your old habits or you will become the old you. It has to be a total lifestyle change.
After Day 90, we’re going to take a “break” from the heavy workouts for a week or so before getting into the Power 90 Masters series, which is on it’s way. I’m sooo looking forward to some new workouts. If there’s one unfortunate thing about power 90, it’s that there’s not enough variation in the routines to last 90 days without some amount of boredom toward the end. In fact, this last week, we substituted some other cardio workouts for the Sweat 3-4. For the last couple weeks, I think we’re going to rotate the three cardio workouts (Sweat 3-4, Power 90 Fat Burning Express, and Jillian Michaels Banish Fat Boost Metabolism). JM’s workout really kicked our butts because it was so different from what we’d been doing. Sweat poured off us in buckets.