Keep it real, keep it challenging, keep it personally relevant to your life This advice can be used in many of your Life Areas but today I'm focusing in on how it applies to your exercise activities. Sure, we've all heard "No pain, no gain" which is a great, catchy phrase but can be
You already know there's a lot of mis-information out there. Some if it is even WORSE because it has a hint of truth but is told in such a way to really distort the facts. I've fallen into that trap, too. Here are some of the biggest fitness myths I still see thrown around: MUST
Last week, I started my 3rd Round of Body Beast. And, yes, as a vegan just to show what's possible with a vegan athlete diet! So, it's only been one week. I did no expect a completely different body or crazy results. But I am pleased that I'm already starting to see some small improvements
As 2012 began, I started P90X2. I had done P90X a couple of times, Insanity by itself and a hybrid of P90X/Insanity just prior, so I felt fairly well prepared to do battle with P90X2 as my next chapter with a Vegan Athlete Diet. Since I'd heard that the P90X2 nutrition guide was going to
I officially finished my Fall P90X/Insanity Hybrid Round last week! It was the first time I'd done a hybrid round but I really enjoyed it. I think P90X is a great framework and had done two rounds already before starting Insanity. Insanity was a new set of challenges but a fantastic cardio-cranking program! I preferred
VERSUS I get this question quite a bit, so I thought I'd write up an actual post on my thoughts to help answer it. Some people ask which one is harder or which one is better. It's tough to answer questions like that which can be a bit general since 'harder' and 'better'
I'm very pleased to have completed the INSANITY program recently! It was certainly intense in a different kind of way than P90X but still a great challenge. I definitely felt a difference in my overall cardiovascular capacity, agility, etc. I've luckily never had major knee issues but I can easily say all the various exercises
I officially finished my Fall P90X/Insanity Hybrid Round last week (Dec 2011)! It was the first time I'd done a hybrid round but I really enjoyed it. I think P90X is a great framework and had done two rounds already before starting Insanity. Insanity was a new set of challenges but a fantastic cardio-cranking program!