P90X Workout Schedule
So I was at a New Year’s Eve gathering on Saturday. Inevitably the talk turned to New Year resolutions.
The main topic of conversation centered on eating healthy and working out. Losing a few pounds and feeling better. Worthwhile endeavors to be sure.
But I could not help but roll my eyes. This was all going on whilst people were drinking alcohol and eating their faces off.
Everyone had an opinion on what people should do to lose weight, build muscle. And it was all contradictory. These are regular people. One of the gals is a personal trainer but you’d never know it. I want my personal trainer to actually walk the walk if you know what I mean.
They were all going to start eating better the next day. Ha.
The next day the personal trainer ate a Wendy’s. Another stayed in bed and ate junk all day.
They all were going to start tomorrow.
Well here’s the thing. Tomorrow never comes. If you don’t have a written plan in place with a start date you are behind the eight ball.
They completely missed the point that losing fat comes down to calories in versus calories out. Eating a little less and moving a little more. Find a physical activity that you enjoy doing and do it consistently.
I know that you can get very scientific when it comes to diet and training. This is for folks who have mastered the basics. Not for regular folks. Hell if you can’t do a few pushups or pullups you have no business worrying about complex workout schemes.
Find a variety of activities you enjoy doing so you do not get bored. Just be consistent. You don’t have to go out and buy a bunch of expensive supplements or workout equipment. Hell just walk and do some pushups. But people don’t seem to want to believe that. They want to believe that there is some magic solution out there. Something exotic. It’s all bullshit folks.
Just try to eat cleanly, meaning eat basic foods, lots of vegetables, drink lots of water. If it comes in a box or a can try your best to eliminate it from your diet. A bit tricky at times I know but just do the best you can each day.
I have had success in the past with the P90X workout schedule. I like the workouts. I may not do them all in order. So what? Any activity will help you lose fat and build a bit of muscle if you stay with it.
My 14 year old son is going to do some P90x workout training with me to help keep me on track. I plan to walk and do some Turbo Jam workouts.
You have to tune out the bullshit folks and just keep it simple.
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