Start Weight (at the beginning of the program): 182
End Weight (as of this morning): 175.6
Pounds Lost: 6.4
Start BMI: 26.11
End BMI: 25.19
Start Body Fat Percentage: 27.04% according to this online calculator
End Body Fat Percentage: 26.78%
Thoughts: First and foremost, OH MY GOD I [...]
I have completed my first week back after my one week break. I was expecting it to be a lot worse than it really was. I think I kind of psyched myself out because week six went so badly, since I was getting sick but didn’t realize it yet. Doing week seven with a normal [...]
I just did some interesting math, which might help you if you are doing Insanity and not seeing the results you expected to see. I don’t know if anyone else doing the program has experienced this, but I just cannot figure out where they get their calorie totals for the nutrition guide…
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It’s startling to think that I am already finished with the sixth of nine weeks of Insanity. This program really whizzed by, believe it or not.
Insanity Results Week 6 / Day 42
Weight: My weight is actually back up to 180, as of this morning. From all of the reading I have done [...]
Well folks, I have a confession to make. I completely blew it this weekend. I was doing fantastic with my diet and exercise routine, I felt great, and I was finally starting to drop some weight. …And then I went on vacation and ate everything in sight.
Day 28 / Week 4 / Month [...]
P90x is a workout system, by the Beachbody company, that is led by (and developed by, I think) Tony Horton. And it will utterly kick your butt. In a good way. No – in an awesome way.
I am finding myself in a Pro / Con list mood. Here goes.
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