Day 5 of P90x: Legs and Back. Ahem, I mean Legs and Back Super-Ripper-Blaster-X!!!! THIS IS THE "X", BABY!!!
Do I really need to mention the workout was brutal? How about the fact that I had to chair assist my pullups, or take extra breaks? I think you can just assume that from now on.
Anyway, the exercises were lumped into groups of 3: squat/wall squat variation, lunge/deadlift variation, and then a pull up variation. There were 4 groups of that, and then we started over for Round 2. Surprisingly, they continued with new leg exercises, but they repeated the pull up exercises verbatim.
I've made 3 decisions regarding P90x.
A) I'm going to give it 3 weeks. If I'm not making noticeable gains by then, I'm going to scale it back to something more my level.
B) If I do notice gains, I'll extend each phase by an extra week. So instead of doing 3 on weeks and a rest week, I'll do 4 weeks and a rest week. The documentation for the program said this was an option. This means, technically, I'll be doing more than 90 days of this.
C) I'll likely start seeing a physical therapist for my knee starting next week. If she says to quit doing it - I'll quit doing it.
Hopefully that's good pain in your shoulder, though.