Today's work out was totally puke status. Well....not really, but it felt like it! I think all four of us felt like puking during our TFT workout this evening. Gary, you worked us hard dude! It's been only a week and a half into my training program with TFT and I have to admit, this work out has been the second to the best work out I've had by far.
Jogging forward and backward
- 4 sets of each the following. (1st set for 60 seconds, 2nd for 45 seconds, 3rd set for 30 seconds, 4th set for 15 seconds):
- Bear Crawl
- Reverse Lunges
- Push Ups
- Wall Squats
- 3 sets of each the following:
- Jumping Squats
- 4 sets of the each following with resistant bands (20-30 speed reps)
- Rear Deltoid Fly
- Bicep Curls
- 4 sets of 60 Ski Jumps (cardio)
I say that this evening's work out is the second to the best work out of all time. It seemed more of higher difficulty than the past four work outs conducted by TFT. I'm not sure if it was because I took two consecutive days off prior or if Gary was really pushing us hard today. So, yeah, second to the best. You know why it's my second to the best? Because, I didn't puke. I want to puke. I figure if I ever were to puke during a work out then that would be the "bestest" work out I've ever had in my life. I want to work my ass the hardest to infinity to see how far I can push myself and just puke. Shall I put this on my "Tabo" List? That, I shall! I want to feel how it's like for the contestants of the first episodes of every season's The Biggest Loser feel. I want to be able to watch it one evening and talk back to the television by saying, "I feel your pain!" Is that horribly sickening? Hmm, I'm beginning to wonder that my work out with TFT made me a bit delirious. I don't think I'm in the right state of mind right now. I may just regret wishing to puke come tomorrow morning. By that time, it'll be too late. "Black Jack no take back!!"