Join the club! I can do P90X2 and I love it, but it will catch up to me eventually and I certainly won’t do it to the best of my ability. So what am I going to do? In my case, I have felt like you know what over the last almost 7 months. That is until about 10 days ago when I was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s Disease, which actually is a fairly common thyroid disorder. I started taking these little white pills every morning and I am gradually coming back to life (picture a Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade float being inflated, except that I begin to deflate over night and have to be re-inflated again the next morning.)
That means that I have to start at the proverbial square one more or less in terms of fitness and strength and not do P90X2. Am I being wimpy? No, I am actually being smart for a change and not being cavalier. P90X2 is that good and that challenging that I want to get the most out of it. So what’s the plan? I am going to do about a month of Power 90, which believe it or not I have never done except for a few workout here and there. Then I am going to do about a month of P90X before starting the X2 (what I affectionately call P90X2) on about March 1st, which is a Thursday.
Where there’s a will, there’s a way and I am going to find a way to do P90X2 – even at 61!