I’m back! At first I disappeared due to working full time and being in grad school. I dabbled in P90X, Turbofire, Yoga Booty Ballet, and a few other random things. But I didn’t stick to any one program. Unfortunately while I was looking the other way, my domain expired. I had paid for a couple of years of hosting so I hadn’t worried about it, but I didn’t realize that the domain was only for one year. By the time I found out what had happened, they wanted a ridiculous amount to get it back. (I just checked and it’s going for almost $3000). I decided it would be easier just to get a new domain, so I went with investinginfitness.net instead.
When I tried to reload the old blog from my XML file, it was too big, and the file splitter I used only loaded up a portion of the posts. What I ended up doing was loading up what I could and loading the rest onto my old WordPress.com site, which allows for the whole thing to be loaded at once. Then, whenever I had a chance, I copy pasted the old posts. Of course I discovered all the images I’d stored were now pointing to the graphic of the site that’s holding the domain and all the internal links had to be fixed. And as if that wasn’t enough, all the motivational poster images I had used before that linked back to Pinterest pins were no longer working. So I took pictures of all the DVDs and just used those for the posts.
As you can imagine, fixing all this has been very time consuming, and I’ve only been able to squeeze in doing it when I had the time and patience for it…which hasn’t been often. But, as of today, I FINALLY managed to finish fixing everything. A few months ago I started Les Mills Combat and made it most of the way through, so I’m going to write about that. I also started Turbofire, and while I think I’m going to ditch it and start a new program, I did get some results even in the short time I stuck with that, so I’ll tell you about that too. And then finally, I think I’m going to go ahead and try Asylum even though I’m not in the shape I wanted to to be in to tackle it. But then, I wasn’t when I tackled Insanity either, and I finished that. Unlike with Insanity, though I’m not going to fool with daily posts about any of these programs. I’ll stick with a post for each week of the program.
So now that I’m back, as Shaun T says in Insanity “Let’s gooooooo”.