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I never get tired of P90X. I've completed the program probably three times in the last 5 years. I know that doesn't sound good, but I've started P90X many times. It's just that I've often had a vacation, or a sickness which ended up interrupting the 13-week program. So I just start over if I lose a week or two (or, if I get sluggish, a month).
You *will* occasionally miss days while doing P90X. Missing one day a week is not a real problem, just pick up from where you left off (don't skip a workout; instead, push back your completion date). Make a point of never missing two days in a row, and try really hard never to miss more than one day a week.
People often complain that the P90X workouts are long. They actually aren't as long as you'd think, because *they include warm-up and stretching and cool-down*. It's not as if you are going full bore for 60 minutes every day. The warm-up and cool-down are what make P90X such a great program for older people. I'm 49, going on 50, and I'm SO GLAD that the workouts contain all the necessary warm-up and stretching. I will be totally ripped when I turn 50, and I'll keep doing P90X or P90X2.
You DO want a pull-up bar. You DO want dumbbells. You do want anti-fatigue flooring (those 2-ft by 2-ft interlocking floor mats) or carpeting. You want push-up stands too, and a strong, light chair, and a yoga mat.
P90X is inspiring, educational, and cheap compared to individualized personal trainers. If you are willing to work hard, then this program is for you.
Great tablet. The battery life is outstanding, processing speed is faster than my old desktop. I use the tablet instead of my work laptop for traveling and its great.
After reading Pillars of the Earth and World Without End by Ken Follett I just had to try the category "Historical Romance" and was not disappointed when I finished the first book in the Outlander Series. Although time travel did not really appeal to me in theory, the perspective of the 1500-1700's in early Scotland did. I have now completed four of the books in the series and am just starting on the fifth. Both Jamie and Clair are fully developed characters that give scope and range to the times. The essence of values, dedication and honesty are tested and validate the feelings of each character. Feelings that are prevalent in everyday life. I really think that Diane Gabaldon has done a good job in researching the eras and has lead me to investigate and explore more actual historical events within the period.