Bring It: P90X The Aftermath

The Day Reality Struck

It was right after the Packers won the Superbowl that my sister got engaged. That caused me to take a good look into the mirror. While there may be others who have bigger weight issues, I was still considered morbidly obese.
It was right after the Packers won the Superbowl that my sister got engaged. That caused me to take a good look into the mirror. While there may be others who have bigger weight issues, I was still considered morbidly obese. | Source

Letting the Past Repeat Itself

It isn't as if I had never been in this position before. Yet, it still reminded me of very painful times. I was overweight; I was unhealthy. I knew this and yet I continued to ignore. I thought it would eventually go away. Yet, it never did.

That was when it happened. My sister got engaged and I was going to be standing up for her wedding. I took a long look in the mirror and knew I needed to do something because I wasn't going to be the "Fat Bridesmaid" in another wedding. So I set goals and I went to work.

I stayed at home with my children at the time and even though I was much more active when I was out in the working world, I still thought I stayed pretty active. After all, I was running all day long. If I wasn't chasing kids, I was cleaning. Everyday I would tackle the hills around the house pushing a stroller. Yet, the more I struggled, the more discouraged I had gotten. I never saw any results. The situation was becoming way to familiar with a past struggle when I had gained weight from a medication used to help treat a medical problem. Suddenly, I wondered if I was going to forever be fat and unhealthy.

You can't hide disappointment...

The fact is, I would rather not display this picture. But, this picture is a part of my history. Yet, that is where it will stay. I am no longer that person!
The fact is, I would rather not display this picture. But, this picture is a part of my history. Yet, that is where it will stay. I am no longer that person! | Source

How about you...

Are you unhappy with where you are in life?

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The Adventure Begins

After months and months of dragging myself to the gym and still seeing no results, I finally gave up. I just couldn't push myself anymore if nothing I did seemed to matter. When we moved, I finally looked in the mirror once more and cried. I looked and felt horrible. Only this time it was going to change.

Since we finally moved into our own place, I had access to all of my workout videos and had my own space to do the types of workouts needed to transform my life. So, I set a date with myself.

On October 3rd, 2011, I put the first P90X workout DVD in and pushed play. Thinking I could use this for my writing, I decided to write a review for each workout. This turned into writing a review of my journey throughout each day of P90X. The results: On December 31st, 2011 I became a P90X graduate.

Today, the whole journey still dumbfounds me. When I started P90X, I wasn't in the condition even recommended to begin. However, my stubborness and my willingness to modify won out. I also blame my obsession with writing, as in the support I recieved from the Hubpages community is what kept me pushing through each workout, just so I could tell them about it.

From the start of my journey to the end, I documented everything I could think of. I took pictures on the first day, 30th, 60th and the final day. I recorded every weight and rep on the sheets provided by BeachBody.com. I measured every part of my body so I could see the results, if any. I was a little hesitant since I had tried so many times and failed. In fact, I continuously blamed it on "baby fat" even though my baby was turning 2. Now I see that was nothing more than an excuse.

Throughout the program, I changed my life and I changed my way of thinking. As the end approached, I wondered, what would I do next? Many asked and at the time, I couldn't answer. I didn't know. I already had the habit of working out, so to fall away from that without reaching my goal would have made all my hardwork disappear.

So here I am today. It has been 45 days since I became a P90X graduate. I have listened to Tony Horton's commentary so many times, I can quote him. I have the workouts almost committed to memory. So, what am I doing?

The 90 Day Difference

Not only has my body transformed, but so has my attitude!
Not only has my body transformed, but so has my attitude! | Source
If you got it, flaunt it. Skinny is no longer in - the new look is healthy and toned!
If you got it, flaunt it. Skinny is no longer in - the new look is healthy and toned! | Source

The Aftermath

It didn't take long for the habit to kick in. The 90th day of the program was on a Saturday, and each and every Sunday for the entire journey, was a rest day (or stretch depending on your motivation!) That meant my last workout was Saturday and I took a break. The break however didn't last long. On Monday, I got up and started all over again.

That is right! Upon completion of my 90 days, I started the 90 day cycle all over again. However, I wanted to switch things up. With my obsession of exercise has stemmed a huge collection of workout DVDs ranging from Sweating to the Oldies all the way to Taebo. Yet, I wanted results. And while these DVDs were always a great way to keep things changing, they didn't always keep me on a program that got results. I was always bouncing back and forth and possibly not pushing myself hard enough 100 percent of the time.

So, I turned to TV's toughest trainer.... Jillian Michaels. Because I had huge goals and less than two months to reach them, I began doing the entire P90X routine, followed by a cool down with Jillian Michael's 30 Day Shred. (Let me tell you, that is not a recommended cool down!)

Almost everybody I knew thought I was insane. And honestly, I don't really remember much of the month as I had spent a lot of time working out. However, today I feel healthier and I am much more toned than I have ever been in my life.

How Far I have come...

If you want results, you are going to have to work for them. They won't come for free.
If you want results, you are going to have to work for them. They won't come for free. | Source

Dedication = Results

I will admit that while I did start out my second round of P90X, I wasn't as strict with the workouts. That being said, if I was running short on time for some days or I was getting bored, I would switch things up. For the most part, I have done another 45 days of P90X, and only a few days in there have I changed the workout to fit my needs. However, I haven't missed a single day of working out since I started my journey (with the exception of Sundays which are a legit rest day!)

I have still continued to track... so here are the results I have seen with P90X...

Pounds - 22 pounds lost

Body Fat Percentage - down 5.4%

BMI (body mass index) - down 3.4 points

Inches - 23 inches lost (I measure both sides!)

I don't care who you are, or if I sound conceited, but those are some outstanding results. However, I still have a ways to go before I hit goal. That means I have about another 90 days before Beach Season hits.

I have made it this far and there is no turning back!

Recommendations

Bring It: P90X Day 1 - Do you want to start from the beginning of my adventure? The first day of the series connects to each day afterwards. If you want to know about P90X, this is a good place to start.

Bring It: P90X Day 90 - If you are just looking for the results after completing the 90 day program, this will give you everything you need to know.

Working Out - The best Form of Torture - Nothing feels better than a good workout. While it may be hard to get into, once you start seeing the changes, you won't want to turn back. Soon, you will have extra energy and be feeling better about everything in your life.

Stacy Harris: Independent Beach Body Coach - If you would like to try the P90X program or would like to contact me for motivation, this is the place to be.

And a new adventure begins...

I have always been familiar with BeachBody products. In fact, there hasn't been one that I haven't wanted to invest in. P90X is just one of the many BeachBody products out there. During my journey with P90X, I was contacted by a coach who helped me along my journey. I have even had the support of others doing the same program.

As of yesterday, I decided I wanted to do the same thing. I was feeling good about my own personal transformation and I hope my story will motivate and inspire others. That is when I decided to take my journey one step further and become a BeachBody Coach as well! This will not only help others, but also keep me motivated as I head toward my final goal.

The world is full of too many temptations that just add pounds to our thighs, behinds and our guts. I am not suggesting you can't occasionally treat yourself, or that you have to go through a grueling 3 hour workout every single day. However, I think it is time that we took action against this evil disease we call obesity. We can prevent this and we can do something about it. It doesn't take a magic pill, but it does take hard work and dedication. It truly is a lifestyle change.

If you feel you can't do this alone and you are ready to make a change in your life, I want to help motivate you and lead you in the right direction. Together we can make a difference.

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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO

Stacy - you look great! You look glowing, vibrant and healthy! I'm glad you didn't get stick thin - you look perfect! I'm so proud of you - you started out just pushing that button once - and that took courage! You worked hard and wrote every day....and look atcha! It all paid off and you are positively someone to be admired:) great job all the way around!

I'm so glad to see you have written again too! I love the beach body link of yours - it's awesome!


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TheManWithNoPants 4 years ago from Tucson, Az.

Stacy,

Throughout this whole thing you've been an inspiration to a lot of people who needed a push off of the old proverbial couch. You are who you are and that is a beautiful thing. You got busy and did some TCB with that bod of yours, and it is now a match for who you really are!

jim


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Real - It truly was a journey and it definately did pay off. I can't wait until I get back home and everybody there will get a chance to see the results. I have worked hard but I am not done yet... I will write another update at the end of my 2nd round of my 90 days and see where I am there. I still haven't reached my goal yet... but I am getting close! :)


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

Hey Jim - How's it going man? I truly hope this is an inspiration to many others. I know for me I was at wits end and I finally found something that worked. A big part of it was changing my way of thinking! Thanks for the beautiful compliment. I am not done yet... but I am feeling great! :)


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England

Yeah! that's fantastic! I never ever believe those adverts with the before and after picture, but I do now! I actually know its you! lol! you have got me motivated to lose those pounds too, nice one! rated up and shared!


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missolive 4 years ago from Texas

barbergirl28 - Stacy, what an inspiration you are - AWESOME JOB! I am very proud of you for chronicling your journey. I am sure this will help many stay inspired. Congratulations on your success. You look beautiful, radiant and happy! Keep up the great job! You ROCK!

Thank you for having shared your personal story and testimonial - VOTED UP!

SHARING!


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Beth100 4 years ago from Canada

Congratulations!!! You look terrific! You are an inspiration! I've been looking at P90X too, but my kids are looking at me saying "gee, not sure if you should mom!". lol Not that they've turned me off of it!

You've given me the boost I need to go ahead follow through with the workout. :)

Thanks, and I'll have another excuse for not writing for another 90 days! LOL

Again, CONGRATULATIONS!!


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DeborahNeyens 4 years ago from Iowa

Congratulations! You look fabulous. And I just have to say, my entire workout on a lot of days is 30 Day Shred and that's quite enough for me. I can't even imagine doing it as a cool down after another workout! Impressive.


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drbj 4 years ago from south Florida

What dedication, Stacy. And what a nice new physique! Can we expect to see you as an entrant in the Mrs. America contest? You would win in a heartbeat. Trust me.


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Nell - I understand what you mean.... it really is hard to believe those adverts because there is so many factors to include... like how much photoshop and what they have done differently while doing the program. But these are actual and real results. I love the BeachBody products and they do work. I am super excited to share my story with others and I really hope that it inspires others to believe in themselves as well! :)


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@MissOlive - Thank you so much. It truly was a great journey to be on and I hope that this can show others that need to get healthier that they too can do it. I thought all was hopeless and I came so far. :)


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Beth100 - As soon as I finish this round of P90X I am going to try Turbo Fire. It looks like a great program as my only complaint about P90X is I feel it doesn't include enough cardio... and I am a cardio junkie. Feel free to click on the bottom Beach Body link if you are curious about Turbo Fire. I should get mine in the next few days and will be starting in about a month and a half. I am so excited! :) Glad I could inspire you to move on with P90X and don't let your kids talk you out of it!


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@DeborahNeyens - I am doing 30DS right now level 2. It killed me the first time I did the second level as it seemed to be such a jump from level 1. However, when it comes to P90X I am unable to do the Ab Ripper portion of the program. Because of that, I feel as if it hasn't toned my stomach as much as I would have liked it to in the time I have done it. But, adding Jillian has given me extra cardio and my ab workout. It is hard to get both workouts in, and since I am not overly concerned about being so strict to my second round of P90X, if I am having a really busy day I will occasionally just do Jillian Michaels because I know it kicks my butt everytime. I give you props cause that is one heck of a workout as well! :)


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@drbj - Well thank you so very much for the compliment. I however will not be entering into the Mrs. America contest... I just don't know if I could fit it into my schedule at this time ;)


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Beth100 4 years ago from Canada

Have you tried Insanity?? I need some feedback on this one too. Can't decide: P90X or Insanity. :D


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Jynzly 4 years ago from Marion, Indiana, USA

This is a perfect example of strong willpower. Congratulations! You worked hard, you deserve the reward.


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Beth100 - My friend has insanity. I asked her about it because I was going to check that one as well, but she said it is really hard on the joints. My knees ache enough as is so I don't know if I want to put that kind of pressure on them. But I heard it get's your heart pumping. I guess it depends on what kind of program you are looking for. I think insanity is more cardio based with toning. P90X is a great program but unless you do doubles or add on to your workout, the cardio aspect is missing. Hope that helps you make a decision.


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Jynzly - Thank you very much. I am still going strong right now. It has truly been an amazing journey and I love telling people about it. Can't wait to finish this round of P90X and get to Turbo Fire!


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michifus 4 years ago

Wow you look fantastic! Seriously well done! Cant believe the before and after photo. P90X should use that in their adverts!


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reikieffect 4 years ago

You are an inspiration! you even look taller and more vibrant. Thanks for sharing your story with us. Up and awesome!


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DeborahNeyens 4 years ago from Iowa

Have you tried Jillian's 6 Week 6 Pack? If you are looking for another ab work-out, it's a killer! I have a bunch of Jillian DVDs and will pop in one of those on the days I don't run. When I was only running, I could never lose weight, but the strength component in Jillian's workouts has made all the difference for me.


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mythicalstorm273 4 years ago

I am so proud of all your growth and shrinkage ;-) that not even kidding you I wanted to cry while reading this. Things you stated and said just were so touching and it was truly amazing to see this change in you. I am so impressed and so excited for you that words can never truly express these feelings. Not only was this a spectacularly well written hub (which with some of your P90X hubs you slacked a tiny bit on) but it held my attention because it was so motivational and inspiring. You are an amazingly strong woman and I am proud to say that you are my sister!


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Jhangora 4 years ago from Dehradun

You look lovely Barbie! An amazing transformation no doubt. Keep working out and replacing fat with muscle!


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debbie roberts 4 years ago from Greece

Well done!! Your story is a good example of what can be achieved with hard work and dedication. I am sure those first determined steps weren't easy.

Goodluck with succeeding with your goal of becoming a BeachBody Coach, you have the right attitude.

You are also right that it's about time we stopped excepting obesity and started tackling it.

An excellent hub showing what can be achieved if we put our minds to it. Socially shared for sure!!.


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Beth100 4 years ago from Canada

Thank you! I didn't know the aspect of the joints (knees/back, of course) so perhaps Insanity isn't so good. Thank you for asking your friend. This has helped me decide. :)


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Daffy Duck 4 years ago from Cornelius, Oregon

22 lbs, 5.5% body fat, 23 inches! You really put me to shame BBG. Of course with those results you're doing that to everyone. So I guess i'm in good company. LOL!


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Danette Watt 4 years ago from Illinois

You look great and worked hard to get to where you are today. I've been impressed with your willpower and the journey you took to get to where you are now. Good luck in your new career as a coach. I think you'll do great b/c you'll be able to relate to what others are going through.


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Pinkchic18 4 years ago from Minnesota

Those are awesome results!! You have worked hard and it has paid off. I don't think you sound conceited at all, so don't even think that! You have the right to be proud :)


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Paul Edmondson 4 years ago from Burlingame, CA

Congrats on losing 22 lbs! That's fantastic. I've done P90X and now I'm on week four of P90X2. X2 is pretty different than the original, but I like it more than the modified p90X we were doing after completing the first round. You have a lot of guts posting the photos. I took them as well, but I won't be posting them:)


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@michifus - Thank you so much. I appreciate that. I just wanted to show that these results were real from a real person who was not paid by someone trying to scam you. I love the beach body products and they do work. But it still takes a lot of hard work! :)


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@reikieffect - Thank you so much. I am glad to share my story and hopefully inspire many others!


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Deborah - I haven't tried that yet. I have done 30 Day Shred and my friend just got me Ripped in 30. I think her workouts are a great alternative, especially if you are running short on time. I will have to look into that because the Ab Ripper on P90X isn't possible for me yet! :)


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Myth - Thank you so much (even if you dogged some of my other P90X hubs... but I already knew some of them were lacking! :) So I have to agree with you) I am glad that you have been around to follow my story and see the change, but I bet the pictures dont do justice for what you got to see in real life!


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Jhangora - Thank you so much. Soon P90X round 2 will be done and I will be onto a new adventure. I plan on continuing... it is now a lifestyle and one I wouldn't change for anything! :)


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@debbie - The first steps with any program are hard, but I will admit with each step I have learned so much. Whether it was writing about what I was doing and researching on another topic, I have changed my views and I have also changed. Thanks for stopping by. I hope that this can serve for good inspiration for those out there that think being healthy is hopeless. We can all have a good life and it just takes a couple of steps at a time! :)


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Beth100 - I had actually asked her about the program awhile back... I was curious and looking to see if I should invest in it as well. My next program is Turbo Fire and after that... I might just give in and try Insanity anyway. I haven't set a start date for Turbo Fire yet though as in I am trying to finish out P90X and don't want to overlap with 2 very extreme programs. So which route did you end up going? P90X?


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Daffy Duck - If I must put you to shame then I am glad that you are in good company. Thanks for the support although I have to admit I still have a ways to go. I am even not horribly strict as some people that I try to mirror. I am human and I like the occasionaly burger where as some people seem to keep anything unhealthy completely away from them. Those people put me to shame. But, I am proud of my successes with the program and will be starting a new one shortly. Thanks so much for your support. I always look forward to your comments! :)


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Danette - Thank you so much for your continued support. I hope I can make something out of this beach body coaching. I really want to help others and inspire them to become the best they can be. It is hard work but it is always worth it in the end! :)


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Daffy Duck 4 years ago from Cornelius, Oregon

Never completely stay away from fattening foods. If you try to deny yourself 100% you'll just crave it more and more until you eventually give in. We all know what happens when that occurs.

FYI: Do you know why chocolate that has a high percentage of cocoa is better than regular chocolate?

The more cocoa they put into it the less sugar they use to sweeten with.


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Pinkchic18 - Thank you for the compliment... I am very proud of the results so far.. I have a long way to go, but in the end, whatever the results, I know I will feel amazing! :)


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Paul Edmondson - I really wanted to try X2 but instead I decided to go another route with my next workout. I like the thought of adding the extra cardio so I can get closer to my goal. However, I might have to invest in X2 afterwards. I am not gonna lie - X2 seems more intimidating then posting those pictures up there! LOL And believe me, I thought about not including the before pictures but then you just wouldn't be able to see the true results! Thanks for stopping by and congratulations on your continued workouts with X2 :)


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Paul Edmondson 4 years ago from Burlingame, CA

One of my favorite things about X2 is the foam roller. I went with a rumble roller. I'm hoping to go down four more lbs by April 1. Good luck on you new workout.


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Daffy Duck - That is a good thing... because I occasionally crave Big Macs and if I denied that craving I can just imagine going in there and ordering one of everything! Yikes. The funny thing is... the healthier I eat the better I feel... and the better I feel... the less I care about the junk I used to eat. I no longer deny myself... but I no longer live for it either. I guess that is kind of cool.

That is interesting about the chocolate. I knew that dark chocolate was better for you if you wanted to have some but I wasn't really aware of the reason why. I guess now I won't feel so bad about indulging in my Dove's Dark Chocolates :)


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Paul - I was actually wondering about the foam roller. I looked into X2 and noticed a lot of it was stability and the tools were a little different. Do you plan on writing a review or anything? I would be very interested.


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Brett.Tesol 4 years ago from Somewhere in Asia

Wow, those are some serious changes and results! Congrats, you must feel both proud and chuffed :-). I need to get exercising more too, but 35c+ temperatures and no air-conditioned gyms are making it a little harder to get motivated ... gonna hit the track instead.

SHARING your success!


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QualityContent 4 years ago

Great job, you look great. Keep spreading positive messages like this.


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Brett - Thank you very much. I feel very accomplished even though I still have a far way to go yet. I feel amazing. Although I do feel your pain. It will probably be getting warm her pretty fast and I am not really sure how that will be affecting my motivation! :)


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@QualityContent - Thank you so very much. I hope others are inspired by my journey and I will keep spreading the message! :)


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darrensurrey 4 years ago from Surrey, England

Nice work. Are you still training P90X then or have you moved to something else?


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@darrensurrey - Sorry for taking so long to get back to you. Unfortunately I was dealing with a very bad illness that had me out for awhile. I am actually officially done with P90X. My final day of the second round was March 31st. That being said, it is time for me to freshen things up. My next adventure is going to be with Turbo Fire. I have tried a couple of the workouts and I am really excited. They are both BeachBody products so when I finish that I might do a Turbo Fire/P90X hybrid... or maybe even become brave enough to try P90X2. We will see what happens! However, right now I am concentrating on getting better. I don't want to send myself back to the emergency room! :)


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darrensurrey 4 years ago from Surrey, England

No problems. Get well soon and keep us updated. :)


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@darrensurrey - I head back to the doctor tomorrow... so hopefully I will have some good news then. Thanks for checking back!


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Zakmoonbeam 4 years ago from Parts Unknown

Wow! What an inspiration, as a man with an up and down weight issue that has affected my back and knees, this kind of success story is just what I needed to get off my arse and do something about it again.

Great read, many thanks!


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Zakmoonbeam - the thing that is great about Tony Horton is he is always encouraging people to modify to their needs. Injuries will only set you behind... but if you modify you will eventually get stronger. I hope this has given you what you need to get back into shape so you can feel good about yourself.

Don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions about the P90X program or any other beach body programs. Just let me know! :)


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Robert Erich 4 years ago from California

This is amazing! I did 30 days of P90X and it was killer, but definitely got results. I think you've inspired me - I may have to hit it up again! Thanks for this awesome and entertaining article, thanks for sharing the honest truth about yourself, and congratulations and getting into better shape!


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Robert - I am always happy when I find another person that has tried the program out. It seems there is that connection... that beachbody comitment. The program is truly amazing. I skipped out on the ab ripper portion because I didn't feel strong enough do to a prior injury. However, the next round of it... I am pushing through that ab routine and I bet the results will be much greater. Currently I am floating on a different workout and will be starting Turbo Fire in May... To keep my motivation up... I might just have to write about that one as well! :) Hope you find that motivation to Bring It!

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