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Old 01-13-2013, 10:52 AM   #1
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Never ever do this in a MH

So what should one never do with or in a Motor Home. I find that P 90X is not a good idea.
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I don't have a MH but, I would think that you should not do a reverse 180 in one of them.
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So what should one never do with or in a Motor Home. I find that P 90X is not a good idea.
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LOL I guess there was no need for a warning no one on here knows what P 90X is! I made it through two weeks before I gave up. Had no idea there were so many ways to do push ups! I thought it was just my age. Then a friend who was half my age wanted to do it. I loaned them the discs and said they could keep them if they stayed with it, but if not I wanted them back. They did one work out and gave them back! Now I don't feel so bad!
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I had to look it up. Why is it any harder in a MH then it would be a home?
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I googled P 90x + motorhome. Referenced age related and holding tanks????
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Ok, P 90X is an extreme workout regimen. Attempting to do so in a MH with 6 ft ceiling would prove painful, much besides not much room for the back and forth motion.

I guess I should have said play Baseball or something.....
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Ok, P 90X is an extreme workout regimen. Attempting to do so in a MH with 6 ft ceiling would prove painful, much besides not much room for the back and forth motion.

I guess I should have said play Baseball or something.....
Most of my workouts are 12 onces at a time.
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