P90X Training/Diet Question
I've been out of training for several months because of some pretty severe food allergy and stomach infection issues. Three days ago I went to the ER because of those problems, and two days ago started a P90X routine.
[Yes, yes, not smart to start an intense workout right after leaving the ER. I'm expecting to be dealing with my stomach problems for several months to years in the future, so if I don't start to make myself resume training now, I'm never going to get back into shape, and hopefully improve my some of my symptoms along the way.]
So day 1 of P90X, I probably ate like 50-75% of the calories I was supposed to eat that day. Day 2 (today) I'm trying to eat the entire portion (I'm at about 75% so far), but I only made it 50% through the plyometrics workout before nearly vomiting and deciding that was as far as I was gonna make it. I think the calorie deficit and the fact that I only had a protein shake and a bottle of water before the workout (and had taken a regiment of vitamins with it) probably was insufficient for so much jumping around.
My question, for those who have done the routine before, is should I just skip the rest of the plyometrics workout and make it up next rotation (there are 12 routines with P90X), or should I redo the workout tomorrow, despite fatigued legs? Today is finished for my workout. With the calorie deficit I feel like I've been hit with a Mack Truck. Common sense says make it up next rotation, but what do the experienced P90Xers say?
Hugs and Teddy Bears,