Day 168 PIIT28: Officially done all 6 rounds of the PIIT28 program. To be completely honest, I almost didn’t post this photo. 😢 I thought to myself: “why bother, people are just yet again going to diminish the progress by commenting that they don’t see a change.” 😥
👉🏻Here’s the thing: no one else will scrutinize your body the way you will. No one else will pick apart every choice you have made, every workout you accomplished, and every workout you skipped or didn’t skip the way you will. No one else knows how even though sometimes you felt like stopping or quitting or just giving up, you found the strength and determination within you to pick yourself back up and push through your workout, the way you will.
👉🏻If you look at my outer growth, there are certainly more visible similarities than differences. But you can’t judge a person’s journey without first having walked a mile in their shoes. The girl on the left dreaded froggy hops and had to pause in the middle of her mountain climbers to catch her breath. The girl on the right does plank jack donkey kicks without stopping and is working on increasing the number of reptile jumps she can do in each round’s 45 seconds. 👉🏻So now that PIIT28 is done, what’s next? 🤔 I’m not sure. Maybe more rounds of PIIT or maybe I’ll give BBG a try since I have the guides. All I know is that working out 6 days a week is just a bit too much. The guilt I feel whenever I have to miss a workout is unhealthy and borderline obsessive. I feel as though if I continue like this, I will seriously start to neglect other things that are important in life, simply for the sake of working out 6 days a week.