Well, I had my first slack off.. but I managed to recover. Wednesday I did my Day 2 exercise and messed up my sets a bit. I didn't reference the website and thought my Level 2 sets were 3 pull-ups/5 push-ups/8 squats. I realized this after set 3 (man I'm killing these things I thought). To compensate I did sets 4 and 5 how they should be: 3 pull-ups/8 push-ups/13 squats. Then after that I did a catch up set of 9 push-ups and 15 squats. My time got thrown off because of this screw up but I think after rounding I decided on 6:00 min was a fair time (I did actually do them fairly quickly compared to last week).
So... D2-L2 is 6:00
On Friday I had plans in the evening after work, which is when I would normally do my workout. Instead of prioritizing this I said I'd do it Saturday. Well Saturday came and went and I just got done doing my judgement Sunday night at 7:30 PM. The good news is I crushed it.
Moving on up.
Question: Since I messed up my schedule, what's the best way to correct it? I want to have a day of rest between now and D1-L3 so I was thinking Tuesday then Thursday for D2, then Saturday for D3. Then start Day 1 on Monday of the following week and be back on schedule. Does this sound like a reasonable plan?
KTG: I've never really been too
out of shape. I've almost always been underweight though. I don't really lead an active lifestyle. I play video games, my job is in IT so I sit on my butt almost all day at work, and I don't really do many outdoor activities. For some reason though, I've managed to not pack on extra pounds. Maybe it's high metabolism, I don't really know. But, I've always been able to do at least a half dozen pull-ups so I guess I'm just genetically lucky. Still not where I want to be though.Here's a photo from todayAnd one from the side
If I could change one thing about my body it's the size of my pectoral muscles. I think if they were a little larger then I wouldn't feel so unbalanced. Oh well.