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01-07-2013 12:35 PM
jcjhl69 As sson as I gett cleared from the Doc and my Physical Therapist I am starting back on it. I did two months last year before getting sick and finding out I had a complete tear of my left ACL. That got replaced along with a micro-fracture procedure in July of last year. So hoping to be doing it again soon.
01-05-2013 02:50 PM
Mile30 I used to think yoga was just for ies... I was WAAAAAAY off! The yoga day is the lowest impact AND the hardest day of the week!
01-05-2013 01:55 AM
adrst2.3 Bro you seriously need to bulk up,I don't think you need to be doing p90x leave that to us fat ass's that needed to use it, lol.but I'm glad you got on it, stayed on it and is still hitting play and bringing it!
01-05-2013 01:07 AM
homeslice287 hope this can give a little motivation, but below is my first day and my 90 day pic...did i get extremely ripped and huge. i wouldn't say yes, but i def look and feel the best i ever felt.

I also didn't do the program to a T as i pretty much skipped yoga on thursdays for the first 1-2 months, and did a few sessions every other week of it during the 3rd month. I also missed a few days here and there, but my calendar checklist was about 90% complete. Good luck to anyone looking to do this. just find the time and stick with it and you will improve. I'm about to start back up this monday. I've been off of it for the past 3-4 months now

01-04-2013 01:14 PM
adrst2.3 I've been on the x for 9 months, good Shit, sour as hell first 3 months though
01-01-2013 05:12 PM
Mile30 An interesting thing to look up regarding nutrition; Bruce Lee's philosophy on food as fuel. Only expect the best if you put the best in. Eating was something he studied about himself to maximize efficiency and potential... he was practically the inventor of the modern smoothie, too! Reasoning that if you could grind up known-superfoods into a palatable drink; the body would benefit much faster from the supercharged health drink.
01-01-2013 05:06 PM
Mile30 Good tip! I knew there was a reason I walked out of there empty-handed...
12-31-2012 07:57 PM
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Those drinks they stay pimpin' work pretty well... but you could go to GNC and get a 2-pack of the same type of creatine powder and vitamin supplements to make that burn go away faster; I looked last week, the pack is $74.99... and apart you's spend around $100 for 'em.

Just do what you can do safely; let the tape keep counting like a cook-timer... as long as you're trying for the whole session, you're improving! I thought I was a hard-ass after two months and tried to keep up with Horton and hurt my shoulder... just do your own thing!
GNC is a rip off... www.lockoutsupplements.com is much much cheaper with better selection.. use coupon code 'facebook' for 5% off.. shipping is cheap and extremely fast as well. www.bodybuilding.com is also a great site with a crazy huge selection but more expensive than lockout.

$75 for creatine powder and vitamins is horrible lol. The best vitamins are like $25 and creative monohydrate is like $20 for a YEAR supply.
12-31-2012 03:24 PM
gsxrboy Wild caught fish oils helps with recovery, as well as a good whey protein. Look for New Zealand whey protein, they do not inject their cows with Growth hormones. Listen to your body and if something is hurting, stop immediately. Switch to something lighter or skip that body part for the day. Those pre and post drinks are a waste of money, they are full of crap our bodies do not need.
12-31-2012 02:50 PM
Mile30 Those drinks they stay pimpin' work pretty well... but you could go to GNC and get a 2-pack of the same type of creatine powder and vitamin supplements to make that burn go away faster; I looked last week, the pack is $74.99... and apart you's spend around $100 for 'em.

Just do what you can do safely; let the tape keep counting like a cook-timer... as long as you're trying for the whole session, you're improving! I thought I was a hard-ass after two months and tried to keep up with Horton and hurt my shoulder... just do your own thing!
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