> Week 6 (Week 1 of L2)
> L2D1: 26rds, L2D2: 07:38, L2D3: 06:25
> I am very encouraged by the first week L2 performance. In a couple of weeks
> I will beat L2. On D2, after completing 5 rounds as prescribed, I continued
> on with 4 more rounds. Similarly, on D3, after completing the test, I
> repeated the test two more times. My goal was to do, at a minimum, as many
> reps as I did on D1. If my body could do it on D1, it can do it on the
> other two days too. For now, it seems to be working for me. I was sweating
> a lot on D1. Even though I did more on D3 compared to D1, I was tired on D3
> but not sweating (I took longer as completion was more important to me than
> I haven't lost a pound since starting SF. I gained probably one or two lbs.
> I cut my rice consumption by half, but replaced it with a ton of bananas
> and strawberries. Overall, I don't think I reduced calories. As long as my
> muscles develop and make me [b][i]feel[/i][/b] stronger, I will ignore the
> lack of weight loss.
> BTW, I am 42yrs, 5' 7", and 157 - 160 lbs, very unathletic body. I
> don't have pull up equipment at home so I use bands in the door frame like
> they showed it in P90X. If SF works for me, it will work for anyone.
Your doing well keep it up. Simplefit will work just keep at it. If you are consistent and sensible about your food there is no way it cannot work. One of the great things about Simplefit is the progressions. Unlike P90X where it could be demoralizing to see people doing those workouts without any problems this program lets you start off on the low scale and even gives you recommendations for mods if you can't do pullups. I love it.