I think every day I'm going to be surprised with my workout, Day 2 was NOT what I was expecting at all!
What Beau had me do was rotate between 3 different workouts for 30 seconds and then start another one, and then another one until my hour was over. Some things that he made me do...I never in a million years thought that I would be able to do.
For one he put an agility ladder on the ground. I then had to go into almost a pushup position and walk with my hands back and forth on the ladder. This was probably one of the hardest things I've ever had to do besides decide to throw away my NSYNC magazines (that was more emotional so it's different). I was actually really impressed with myself. I may have struggled and wanted to cry and scream at the same time, I did it!
He had me doing tons of different things using weights, medicine balls, rope, and stairs. I would go down a flight of stairs and then have to go up it backward while keeping a straight posture. Not as easy as it sounds people, it was actually quite hard.
I think that was the hardest I've ever worked out (I'll be saying that every day I think...but that's a good thing).
One thing to keep in mind: If a zombie apocalypse does happen, I'm going to be ready.
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