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3/28/12 3:51 P
I just started it 2 days ago. I'm veeeeeeery out of shape & hate exercise. lol. It's actually kind of fun, and of course it will kick your bum. Just do what you can, rest when you need to, and the longer you stick with it, the better you'll get at the moves. I've combined it with the "fat smash diet" and after 2 days I'm already down a pound!
Edited by: PR3TTYLOS3R at: 3/28/2012 (15:52)
If it's important to you, you will find a way. If it's not important, you will find an excuse. NO EXCUSES.
I have not tried it myself know a couple of friends that did. My girl friend followed it and lost 30 lbs and 33 inches in the 90 days. My daughters boyfriend also did it and he lost 20 lbs but got quite ripped. Good luck to you and your hubby!
The food you eat can either be the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison. - Ann Wigmore
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3/27/12 1:07 P
I'm doing it now for the second time. I like it a lot more than i did a few months ago. In my opinion it's not for beginners but most of the moves can be modified. I'm definitely pushing myself harder and lifting heavier this time around so I see really promising results. My legs look tiny and my stomach is getting a little flatter and my arms are looking semi-ripped. This is the first month so I'll be taking measurements and weight on Saturday to see my results.
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106 3/27/12 10:56 A
My husband was 360 pounds and very out of shape when he started P90X last year. He modified everything he had to and after 3 rounds he lost 80 pounds. He didn't get ripped, but he improved his health a lot and was able to take our kids outside and run around.
I wasn't in the greatest shape when I restarted after a car accident. I was on crutches with 2 broken legs. I used it as my physical therapy and within a month and a half I could walk with no help and within 4 months my badly broken leg that was not suppose to heal and had done no healing in the previous 3 months had healed on its own.
As long as you do the workouts to the best of your ability and eat clean and healthy it will give you results.
"Ability is what you're capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how well you do it." ~Lou Holtz~
I did it two years ago and saw an improvement in strength and muscle tone. But P90X is overtraining for me. It took too much time every day and made me ravenous for carbs so I quit after one round. I do HIIT workouts now, no more than 20 minutes a day and have seen great results with NO carb cravings!
Let thy food be thy medicine and thy medicine be thy food - Hippocrates
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391 3/27/12 9:43 A
I'm so glad you posted this! I have been watching the infomercials on it and want to buy it so bad. I'm just really out of shape and want to know if anyone else tried it that was really out of shape?
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3/26/12 8:54 P
I got results. Been doing a version of either P90X and Insanity for a year now. Actually doing P90X2 now, Started that in January. It works if you do it and get your nutrition in check.
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974 3/26/12 7:38 P
I used it a few years ago and got ripped.
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