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Kenny's TIps on the P90X program
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Re:Kenny's TIps on the P90X program 8 years, 6 months ago #10491

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The heart rate monitor can be used with cardio equipment in the gym and with the monitor you do not need to grip the handles. The machine picks up the signal from the transmitter for heart rate monitor.

Re:Kenny's TIps on the P90X program 8 years, 6 months ago #10517

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I am in first week of phase 2 and did increase weights to bring it; but noticed that I had a problem with legs and back doing as many pull ups today as in week 3. Maybe it is that the bar is higher in the fitness center compared to weeks 1-3 when I used the Iron Gym in the 32 in doorway.

Re:Kenny's TIps on the P90X program 8 years, 2 months ago #17671

Kenny, thank you for posting this!

Re:Kenny's TIps on the P90X program 8 years ago #22626

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The diet is MOST important with this program. If you follow it, you will have good results. The diet is also there to fuel your workouts. Good job on summing all this up!

Re:Kenny's TIps on the P90X program 7 years, 9 months ago #28272

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I just accomplished week one. I am 5'4 with a start weight of 159.5 I have an athletic build but being short makes it very easy to turn from "fab" to "flab". Today is day 7 and I'm choosing REST. P90 kicked my royal shanaynay, but it rocks and I love it. I can't wait to get to day 8.

Currently I've lost 5 lbs and have been eating clean. Sticking to the nutrition guide, but also substituting my own recipes when applicable. Eat eat eat, but clean clean clean is the ticket. Every 2 hours mixing a complex carb with a protein.

I am sore as all get out, feel like I've already lost inches, and the scale knocked of 5 lbs...does this sound good for week 1? I must say a few routines, I was overwhelmed, as I was out of my "norm" from the typical gym maneuvers. I need some reassuring feedback if anyone has a minute..
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Re:Kenny's TIps on the P90X program 7 years, 8 months ago #29783

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Kenny,
I'm NOT a big fan of white meat anything...Dry DRY DRRYYYYYY! However, I was given the "big" george forman for christmas last year and you can throw an ol chicken booby on there with healthy seasonings and the sucker is as juicy as a ball park frank! TRY IT YOU"LL LOVE IT! Then you can cook up 3 or 4 at a time...dice em, slice em or eat em whole. Freeze what you don't need (unless chicken is all you eat for the week) and thaw them out as needed. TRUST me, I thought when I opened the gift "ahhh, something else to "store".....I've gotten my $'s worth already! It does fish and pork well also!
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