Oooh, this is all so interesting isn't it? I'm totally freaking out about marketing this dang tour. I'm doing okay, but my god this is hard. I'm starting on the concierge path and it's .... not easy. There's a lot to do for them, you can't just walk in there and smile and get them to help you, no way. You gotta show a lot of attention, bring cookies, press clippings, rack cards, send them emails, set up a special concierge tour (with appetizers and drinks I'm sure) and oh man, it's just got me a little overwhelmed. One person doing this work is tough going. But, the tour is ready and the Second City tours are ready and this is what my job is now, so do it I will. I'm just so not sure what I'm doing, but I'll learn, right? Oh god.
I'm halfway through P90X. It feels good to be almost halfway through and I'm looking forward to seeing what the next few weeks bring in terms of body change. Certainly already I've seen change (still haven't really lost weight, it goes up and down a bit these days, but nothing significant), my arms are definitely more defined and my tummy. I'm also getting better at them, he does these things called Fifer Scissors that make me cry oh god I cry. When I first started I could maybe do 5 of them, yesterday I did all 25, that was a real victory!
But of course I want more, more muscles, more weight loss...but the truth is, I still really like to eat! But I can tell you FOR SURE that if you went on their nutrition plan and did P90X like you're supposed to, you would DEFINITELY be in major freaking shape after 3 months. No doubt about it. That's the other thing I do like about it, they are not lying dude. All those videos you see on the infomercials, straight up, this stuff is the shiznit.
I might do it again after I'm done, take a week off and start over, this time with bands instead of a pull up bar and weights.
Here is a short video of Fifer Scissors (scissors, get it)