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Old 04-23-2012, 02:14 AM   #1
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Beach body thread =]

for all of those who love to get their Insanity and P90X and etc workouts on this is the thread for you..

what workouts do you do?
good results??
supplements?
want to join team beach body as a member or coach??

If you are Active duty Military you can become a beach body coach for FREE!! and get the 20% discounts =] PM me for details..

but lets get our fitness talk goin!!!
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I did P90X a few years ago when i was 19 (Now 24). When i got out of highschool i was 215lbs and went on a cruise that summer and gained 10lbs in a week from all the delicious food. Well thanks to P90X i stayed with it and dropped to 155lbs and kept it off thanks to all the new eating habits. Also i just finished doing INSANITY had great results with it. Im going to start working on a hybrid of the two programs now.

Im using Optimum Nutrition whey protein in chocolate.. yum lol
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I did P90X a few years ago when i was 19 (Now 24). When i got out of highschool i was 215lbs and went on a cruise that summer and gained 10lbs in a week from all the delicious food. Well thanks to P90X i stayed with it and dropped to 155lbs and kept it off thanks to all the new eating habits. Also i just finished doing INSANITY had great results with it. Im going to start working on a hybrid of the two programs now.

Im using Optimum Nutrition whey protein in chocolate.. yum lol
Awesome, wow that's a serious drop. I started insanity about 2 weeks ago. Just did my second fit test today, getting better but man are these workouts brutal. I haven't sweat like this for a long time. I'm hoping to get primed up for crossfit after insanity. Good for you for sticking through it!
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Oh and +1 on Optimum Nutrition Chocolate. It is good. I take that one as a Pre workout and got their 2:1:1 recovery one for after. Pretty happy so far.
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December 2009 I was 243 lb... I was a poor post college grad with no money eating totinos pizza and ramon noodles haha. Cheap but bad diet. I started eating a restricted 2000-2200 calorie diet. I am now 197 after 2 and half years but it has been rocky. Here is my advice...

1) 95% is what you eat. You need to eat less than you than what your body needs to maitain in order to lose weight.
2) Weght training and cardio... You burn calories several hours after weight training as with cardio you burn calories during. People like p90x for this reason. It is a combination of the two.
3) Mental toughness is the most important aspect of losing weight. You must really want it!!! I mean really! Read quotes to motivate you, listen to music, look at pictures you want to look like. It is a lifetime change not a summer change.

I lift weights for 45 min. 4-5x a week. Back and bis, chest and tris, legs, traps and delts. This way I hit each one hard once a week with adequate rest time. 15-20 min of cardio every other day. The days I am not doing cardio I do abs.

I eat 5-6 meals a day, 300-500 calories each, water water water!

I dont take supplements now BUT! Preworkouts are important if you are sluggish...Jack3d worked great for me! Creatine is important. I didn't like to drink my protein, I would rather get it from meals, but drink protein shakes if you dont have time for a meal...(ALSO,drink Casein at night as it is a slower digesting protein and is better for before sleep. Cottage cheese is also a slower digesting protein).

Thats a start... I hope this helps and doesn't confuse haha
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Awesome, wow that's a serious drop. I started insanity about 2 weeks ago. Just did my second fit test today, getting better but man are these workouts brutal. I haven't sweat like this for a long time. I'm hoping to get primed up for crossfit after insanity. Good for you for sticking through it!
Thanks Luke!, wasnt easy but i made it..

Yeah INSANITY makes you sweat like crazy, never in my life have i sweated that much from a workout program. wait till month 2...gets better
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I lift weights for 45 min. 4-5x a week. Back and bis, chest and tris, legs, traps and delts. This way I hit each one hard once a week with adequate rest time. 15-20 min of cardio every other day. The days I am not doing cardio I do abs.

I eat 5-6 meals a day, 300-500 calories each, water water water!

I dont take supplements now BUT! Preworkouts are important if you are sluggish...Jack3d worked great for me! Creatine is important. I didn't like to drink my protein, I would rather get it from meals, but drink protein shakes if you dont have time for a meal...(ALSO,drink Casein at night as it is a slower digesting protein and is better for before sleep. Cottage cheese is also a slower digesting protein).

Thats a start... I hope this helps and doesn't confuse haha
1. I love my fellow weight lifters and fellow commrads that love to workout. ..but I have some tweaks to improve this for you Indy Bee

Creatine is NOT important. Not sure you could convince me otherwise. I have been competing in powerlifting events for quite some time, and never has Creatine been important, nor do I take it. Also, lifting 4 days a week is plenty. 5 is a little too much if you are hitting it that hard. Give your body time to grow and react to all the great food and workouts. Rest!

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December 2009 I was 243 lb... I was a poor post college grad with no money eating totinos pizza and ramon noodles haha. Cheap but bad diet. I started eating a restricted 2000-2200 calorie diet. I am now 197 after 2 and half years but it has been rocky. Here is my advice...

1) 95% is what you eat. You need to eat less than you than what your body needs to maitain in order to lose weight.
2) Weght training and cardio... You burn calories several hours after weight training as with cardio you burn calories during. People like p90x for this reason. It is a combination of the two.
3) Mental toughness is the most important aspect of losing weight. You must really want it!!! I mean really! Read quotes to motivate you, listen to music, look at pictures you want to look like. It is a lifetime change not a summer change.

I lift weights for 45 min. 4-5x a week. Back and bis, chest and tris, legs, traps and delts. This way I hit each one hard once a week with adequate rest time. 15-20 min of cardio every other day. The days I am not doing cardio I do abs.

I eat 5-6 meals a day, 300-500 calories each, water water water!

I dont take supplements now BUT! Preworkouts are important if you are sluggish...Jack3d worked great for me! Creatine is important. I didn't like to drink my protein, I would rather get it from meals, but drink protein shakes if you dont have time for a meal...(ALSO,drink Casein at night as it is a slower digesting protein and is better for before sleep. Cottage cheese is also a slower digesting protein).

Thats a start... I hope this helps and doesn't confuse haha
Had a friend who tried jack3d and said it was really good but i never tried it. would you mind explaining what creatine does or helps with? I never got into the whole supplements even though i know its important.
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December 2009 I was 243 lb... I was a poor post college grad with no money eating totinos pizza and ramon noodles haha. Cheap but bad diet. I started eating a restricted 2000-2200 calorie diet. I am now 197 after 2 and half years but it has been rocky. Here is my advice...

1) 95% is what you eat. You need to eat less than you than what your body needs to maitain in order to lose weight.
2) Weght training and cardio... You burn calories several hours after weight training as with cardio you burn calories during. People like p90x for this reason. It is a combination of the two.
3) Mental toughness is the most important aspect of losing weight. You must really want it!!! I mean really! Read quotes to motivate you, listen to music, look at pictures you want to look like. It is a lifetime change not a summer change.

I lift weights for 45 min. 4-5x a week. Back and bis, chest and tris, legs, traps and delts. This way I hit each one hard once a week with adequate rest time. 15-20 min of cardio every other day. The days I am not doing cardio I do abs.

I eat 5-6 meals a day, 300-500 calories each, water water water!

I dont take supplements now BUT! Preworkouts are important if you are sluggish...Jack3d worked great for me! Creatine is important. I didn't like to drink my protein, I would rather get it from meals, but drink protein shakes if you dont have time for a meal...(ALSO,drink Casein at night as it is a slower digesting protein and is better for before sleep. Cottage cheese is also a slower digesting protein).

Thats a start... I hope this helps and doesn't confuse haha
Good info. Yeah, I have been reading about Casein protein. I do all whey now, and for the evening I try to get it through my meal. I've been staying away from creatine. I don't know why but I feel like it has such mixed reviews?

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Thanks Luke!, wasnt easy but i made it..

Yeah INSANITY makes you sweat like crazy, never in my life have i sweated that much from a workout program. wait till month 2...gets better
Oh man I bet, as if 40 mins isn't enough. It's tough to go without breaks. Craziness but I always feel great afterward. Did you take creatine during? I noticed the "beach body" results and recovery formula has creatine in it. Maybe I should take some creatine during Insanity?
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To add to the questions here.

supplements are just that, a supplement for food/vitamin/nutrition you are NOT getting enough of in your regular meals. If you are eating healthy, a good variety, you should be okay. If you are trying to gain muscle, and struggle getting enough protein and carbs in through the day, supplements will help you a LOT.
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Creatine is like many other supliments. If you are eating a proper diet suplimenting with creatine is not needed, but as with other supliments they are useful for filling the gaps your diet may have. As I always say it is best to get your nutrients from whole foods.
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Creatine is NOT important. Not sure you could convince me otherwise. I have been competing in powerlifting events for quite some time, and never has Creatine been important, nor do I take it. Also, lifting 4 days a week is plenty. 5 is a little too much if you are hitting it that hard. Give your body time to grow and react to all the great food and workouts. Rest!


Thanks for the critique...As for creatine I didn't say it as a supplement. You get creatine from red meat. There are numerous studies that show creatine AIDS in the development of muscle growth. I didn't say if you took creatine monohydrate that you would automatically become stronger... I mean it is important to get if from foods or if you want more buy creatine monohydrate for 20 bucks that will last you months. I view supplements as that. They help you acheive your goal, they dont replace your workout intensity or workouts.

Also, I split my routine into 5 parts working each group once a week. It has worked great for me with no injuries.

But thank you for bring that up because I didn't mean for it to come across that way. That is one reason why I am not taking supplements right now because at this point I dont need them for my goals.

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hrpii I just noticed your from Indy, what side of town?
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Your body stores creatine, unlike proteins so getting adequate amounts doesn't mean it needs to be consumed with any special timing. Some sea foods are also good sources of creatine for those that stay away from red meat but a good quality lean red meat has some of the best muscle building capabilities of most foods.
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I love these threads. I used P90x for quite awhile and really loved what it had done for me. But in all honesty Id rather be at the gym. I have been really hitting the weights hard in the last few weeks. Trying to put on some more mass! I use many different supplements, but I really like BSN's products alot.
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Hrpii and CFD know their stuff boys! They help out in the weight loss thread!

I've done Insanity and P90X. And just eat clean. Both very good products that yield great results! Now I do a hybrid of P90X/Insanity/TBS by Gilad/Or just what I feel like sweating too that day.
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I've done Insanity and P90X. And just eat clean. Both very good products that yield great results! Now I do a hybrid of P90X/Insanity/TBS by Gilad/Or just what I feel like sweating too that day.
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Thanks for the vote of confidence for the other posters. I'm always interested in hearing about different folks' routines. I'm liking Insanity and feel that it's great for cardio and absolutely awesome for getting my butt back in gear ready for more. I was going to do p90x but wanted to do the no weight calethenics.

Have any of you done crossfit? That's my goal after insanity, but maybe I should do some p90x first to better build up. The best thing about all this stuff is its all good, you get out what you put in.

I've had the 300 workout on my accomplishment checklist for a while now.
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I've been hearing a lot about Insanity. I might give it a try-- though I'm a total wuss and generally just make up my own workouts (cardio, weights, etc) so I'd probably DIE doing Insanity. :P

I love pole fitness for workouts-- it's a lot of fun to do with my girls and I learn a few moves that my boyfriend doesn't mind. haha!!

My vice is junk food so I'm just trying to keep a healthy diet going. It's easier now that I have a more consistent schedule.
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I have done P90x videos, they were on my laptop but then that broke lol i want to try the insanity

but so far i have lost 105 pounds, the end of april will be 6 months. I have changed my life. I was 305 pounds and was 200 as of last week. My goal by monday is to hit 195. I mainly do cardio and after my school semester I want to start doing more weights and finding the right protein for me. I have been using six star every now and then but i am planning on shakes everyday this summer. i may look towards the ON gold standard for my next purchase, i have only heard good things.
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I've been hearing a lot about Insanity. I might give it a try-- though I'm a total wuss and generally just make up my own workouts (cardio, weights, etc) so I'd probably DIE doing Insanity. :P

I love pole fitness for workouts-- it's a lot of fun to do with my girls and I learn a few moves that my boyfriend doesn't mind. haha!!

My vice is junk food so I'm just trying to keep a healthy diet going. It's easier now that I have a more consistent schedule.
I'm sure there are no complaints about that workout...

With insanity, You'll do just fine. Although if you can find someone to do it with you it might be easier to stay motivated. So far I'm on week two and have only had one workout with someone else that wants to give it a try. I'll admit I push harder when someone else it around. With insanity, even going a moderate pace will get you worked out really good. I like that they make you stretch after the warmup and at the end. So many workouts don't focus on the importance of breathing and stretching properly. Also, keeping good form. In fact they'd rather you go slower and maintain form the. Push too hard and be sloppy.

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I have done P90x videos, they were on my laptop but then that broke lol i want to try the insanity

but so far i have lost 105 pounds, the end of april will be 6 months. I have changed my life. I was 305 pounds and was 200 as of last week. My goal by monday is to hit 195. I mainly do cardio and after my school semester I want to start doing more weights and finding the right protein for me. I have been using six star every now and then but i am planning on shakes everyday this summer. i may look towards the ON gold standard for my next purchase, i have only heard good things.
That is really great, way to stay focused, that is a serious drop as well.
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Kind of random, but I just found this thread. This is a great deal for the whole 13 DVD set. Has some extra workouts for when your done with the program for some new challenges.

http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=216353
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Started cutting 8 months ago.. Dropped from 215 to 180 then furthermore to 168. Felt 168 was a little too low, started power lifting 5 months in and have been doing so for 3 months dropped my total body fat % from 15 to 9. My goal is 6%. I currently work on a power lifting/Cardio on off cycle. My cardio cycle consists of a mile run then about 2 hours of pickup basketball full or half court doesnt really matter (Tend to push harder and fight for boards more on half court games) Burn about the same amount of calories

I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS low calorie supplements low in sugar high in protein
*******4 week monohydrate supplement... cycle off a week then go back on (Pre workout) Vitaminshop brand (cheap only $20 and works for its purpose)
2 Gallons of water a day
4 servings of ON whey protein (Double chocolate tastes best) 2 after workout 2 before bed with about 3/4 a cup of milk

I went from being a fat @$$ who sat on the couch eating ice cream and playing warcraft. Now I am proud of my shape and I am all ready for beach season. I feel workout supplements help but sheer determination is the key to attaining your workout goals.

I had fat in places that you would never want fat, now I stand at 175 solid I still eat healthy but can cheat without worrying. I workout everyday and work off mostly everything I eat but I do try to eat wisely.

Like stated above you must really want it. You can go to the gym lift weights for 10 minutes leave and trick your mind into saying you had a good workout and go eat some fast food but you would have gained virtually as much as you would sitting in a chair all day eating nothing. YOU MUST WORK TO BE A SUCCESS your body is your temple you must treat it that way. I am not a workout buff where all I eat is fruits and vegetables I still eat wendys and pizza, but i portion what I eat and I work extra hard if I know im going to cheat.

If you really want to get ripped up quick I recommend the Iron Gym. I couldnt do a pull up for my life when I started and had virtually no back/chest muscle. I would do makeshift chin ups 5x10 every day. Work until you get to the wide grip pull ups. I now do all the way wide grip pullups 10x10 every day. It really helps especially before bed and after meals. Helps burn a bit and make yourself feel good about yourself. You will see results with the Iron Gym if you stick to it.
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2 gallons a day!? Phew that's a lot of water, I'd be running to the bathroom all the time.
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