Got into Arlington, Texas on Thursday morning, had my "3rd breakfast" and then did a round of Convict Conditioning in my hotel room. This book isn't available, but it will be soon from www.DragonDoor.com.
It's got a cool story, and an addicting program. Yesterday's program involved regular pushups, squats, half back bridges, headstands, and some ab stuff.
It's kind of like the Bodyweight 500 Program, and the "challenge" aspect of a workout is what will keep you motivated to stick to the program.
You'll be hearing a lot more about it here, and it is giving me a lot of ideas for future programs. Anything to keep you guys motivated and sticking to your workouts.
Anyways, after some meetings we went out for dinner at a Texas Steakhouse where I preceded to commit blasphemy by not eating meat and instead having a big salad, a football sized baked potato, and a bowl of baked beans.
Then some mini-putt. Funny stuff. I suck at mini-putt.
This morning I got up and did some pulldowns and rows in the smallest hotel gym I ever used. It was teeny tiny. But still a good workout to start the day, followed by 1 apple, some oatmeal, 3 bananas, some almonds, and some raisins.