BBL Tummy Tuck (20 min)
P90X Shoulders & Arms (60 min)
Tummy Tuck wasn’t anything too difficult. It was a lot of basic ab and core work – crunches, pulsing crunches, reverse crunches, side planks, planks, etc. It wouldn’t have been so brutal had I not still been so sore from Ab Ripper on Monday. Because of this, even the simple crunches were painful.
Shoulders & Arms is one of my favorite workouts from P90X. It’s jam-packed with great exercises and some of the best Tony Horton quotes.
“Tip of the day – don’t smash your face! Okay? Let somebody else do that.”
“I only got one word to say – WOW. And what is ‘wow’ upside down? MOM.”
He just makes me giggle throughout the entire workout.
Here’s what the workout looks like:
Alternating Shoulder Press (12-15)
In & Out Bicep Curl (16)
Two-Arm Triceps Kickback (12-15)
Deep Swimmer’s Press (12-15)
Full Supination Concentration Curl (12-15)
Chair Dip (max reps)
Upright Row (12-15)
Static Arm Curl (16)
Flip-Grip Triceps Kickback (12-15)
Seated Two-Angle Shoulder Fly (16)
Crouching Cohen Curl (12-15)
Lying-Down Triceps Extension (12-15)
Bonus Round (optional)
In & Out Straight Arm Shoulder Fly (16)
Congdon Curl (12-15)
Side Tri-Rise (max reps)
Between each round is a 30-60 second break to shake it out and get water. During these times, I take a “kitty break” because my poor attention deprived cat (or so she believes) must have my attention constantly while I work out.
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