I went ahead and bit the proverbial bullet by purchasing the Insanity 60 Day Program. I really have no idea whether I have the mental and/or physical capabilities to complete a program entitled “Insanity”, however this is how I make most of my decisions – spur of the moment, and with little thought to consequence. I am definitely all ‘rainbows and candycorn’ when it comes to believing I can accomplish anything. Which makes it hurt even more when reality comes blowing past and knocks me into the next brick wall. Head first. For sure. Ouch.
Of course, I read a crapload of reviews for Insanity after making my purchase. A committment of six days a week? Seriously? Did I just set myself up for a major fail? How did I not realize this when I bought it? Is that kind of like setting my very-important, must-not-leave-behind cell phone on the kitchen table while i’m getting my jacket on, and then forgetting it as I leave the house? Brain fart? Tired of all the questions yet?
At least I can look forward to working out as much as I can to get myself ready to work out even more. Which is not exactly what happened in the week leading up to the start of insanity:
Monday – Rest
Tuesday – walk 1 hour
Wednesday – Rest
Thursday – walk 1 hour
Friday – walk 1 hour
Saturday – Rest
Sunday – wallyball
If only 50% of the Insanity Program were to involve walking. Then i’d have it made, man.
I even planned out a week’s worth of meals that follows their nutritional plan. Sort of.
Monday – Insanity Fit Test
Ouch. Holy crap-in-a-pothole-what-have-i-done.
Oh well. Let’s remedy that by inhaling a meal every two hours throughout the day that included 125.443% protein. Cause that will make anyone feel great. Not full at all, nope.
Tuesday – Insanity Plyo Circuit
Yes, thank you, I am insane.