#Fit4RTX Update 2: Missing Data & Milestones
I know that has been a while since I last made an update about my Fit4RTX routine. I assure you that I haven't given up, if anything I am working harder than ever now. The reason for my short hiatus was that all of my written data, my logbook, was destroyed by my own clumsiness and stupidity: I spilled my chocolate milk on it and there was no saving it. It sucks because I had some really interesting data to show you.The Missing Data
The gist of the data was that I had gone into a workout lull due to being bogged down by trivial, yet time-consuming projects. Due this influx of school work, my workout time took a huge hit and I ended up gaining weight back to around 207 lbs. It sucked and it actually got me down leading to adding another two pounds on top of that, almost back to where I started. Seeing this actually got me pissed at my self and eventually caused me to become even more determined than before.
With my new-found determination, I went into Week 3 with spirit. I increased my repetitions nearly two-fold for my daily push-up and sit-ups, which are now at 300 push-ups and 500 sit-ups. I dropped the free weights workout - it had been actually causing me to get lazier - and started up my Xbox One for the first time in a while. Was it for gaming? No. It was for Xbox Fitness. A program that has gone underutilized by the gaming masses.Xbox Fitness
Xbox Fitness is a wonderful workout tool, in my opinion. It has access to all of the major workout programs that I used when I was in high school plus some. What caught my eye was that P90-X, my favorite workout program, had created a specific program just for the Xbox One and all it cost me was $40. And it has been and will be well spent. The reason that this is wonderful is because it utilized the Kinect 2.0 to track your movements and body heat signature from your muscles and give you a score and star based upon how well you execute the exercise. I am currently fiddling around with it ...