Working out this past week was tough! The program that I'm doing is called Power 90. It's a six-days-a-week workout designed by a gentleman named Tony Horton. It starts out nice enough. You do three days of the sculpting circuit training and three days of cardio with one day off each week. The program is divided into 8 levels. Levels 1 and 2 aren't bad. They teach you the moves and slowly allow your body to get used to working out six days a week. I just switch over to levels 3 and 4 two weeks ago. At this level the intensity and length of both workouts are increased. I'm tired.
My time commitment has jumped from about 35 minutes each day to around an hour. This really wouldn't be that big of deal, except that I've been working out in the evenings. I'm a bit of a night owl and I can't seem to get my workout in before ten o'clock. I should be doing it right after my son goes to bed at eight. I can't quite seem to get myself to do it then, though I'm not sure why. Anyway, I'm being a stay at home dad this summer and my wife is working at a hardware store. My son is an early riser, usually 6:30 or so, but sometimes as early as 5. I've been going to bed around 12:30 a.m. Not much sleep time for Aaron. I don't think I can sustain that for the rest of the summer.
On the bright side, I'm about half-way through my program, though I need to find one to do after this one is over that's a little shorter for when my schedule gets busy again when school starts.