Day 3- No words were flying at the t.v. but doubt was certainly creeping into my mind. I began to question if I could really do this. I certainly wasn’t getting all reps in today. On the upside I started looking for things when I was exercising, like are my feet straight when I’m walking or am I walking like a duck. Am I pulling my shoulders back? I guess you could say her voice is getting into my head.
Day 4-Again I struggle and question myself. I find I’m still not getting in all the reps til and then and I seriously question exercising on Friday (day 5). I start telling myself that I can start to see/feel changes already, like my stomach doesn’t seem so big but I am not actually sure. I also believe that I’m now starting to stand up straighter but still I’m not sure.
Day 5- I push through wondering if I should be more concerned about form or getting in the reps. I’m pretty sure the answer is form. I really wonder if I’ll be able to handle the actual video as oppose to the instructional and am very glad that I have planned for one more week of the instructional. I’m also very glad it’s Friday and I am taking the weekend off. I’m finding the hardest part for me is to keep my knees bent. I just struggle with it. I can’t believe have weak those muscles are. I guess in time they will get stronger and I’ll get better at it.
Final thoughts for this week: I”m very glad there is an instructional part. There is no way I would get through the regular workout without learning the moves first. It’s not that the moves are hard it’s just putting them all together takes a little time. I’m hoping to see results when I do (well actually my husband will take them) my measurements on Sunday. One thing I haven’t figured out yet and should probably go over to T-Tapp and ask about is if the dress size lost time starts when you start the instructional video or the actual video. I’ll let you know how next week goes.