I think I just wasted money on multivitamins.
Any nutritionists out there?
a message from befitforinfinity-deactivated201
Haha, thanks! I appreciate the compliment, Spela.This P90x vs Insanity article by Jonathan Register from Trek2BeFit does a really fantastic job of comparing two. He even takes the time to respond to comments on the site. In the article, Jonathan writes, “If someone were to put a gun to my head and ask me which program is my favorite in the P90X vs Insanity battle, then I’d definitely say P90X.” I personally agree, since I would rather stay at my current state (I’m already pretty lean, as is) as opposed to taking the risk of losing any muscle I have, due to the high cardio intensity nature of Insanity. I have never gone through any of the programs entirely, but I keep them there for myself, if I ever feel like working out at home and for others as a convenience. The two workout programs are great, but they do have their differences such as the equipment needed, time required, and length of program. So if you’re interested in doing them, check out the article and comments (perhaps even do additional research), and then decide which program would fit best for you. Cheers.
a message from taylorissobored
Thanks! I feel the same way too. I just try my best to resist my impulses. The more I kept up with healthy eating habits, the less I gave into temptations. I’m always thinking to myself, “A bowl frozen blueberries and grapes or some freshly, sliced watermelon and mangoes would taste so much better!” Next time you’re at the market, buy whole grain wheat bread instead of white bread. Pass on the ranch, and go for the balsamic vinaigrette. Instead of ordering a soda, stick with the water. It’s all about making small changes that will gradually build into habit. Good luck!
a message from just-a-38-year-old-married-guy
Thanks! Aw, rad! Good luck to you then! I have. Here’s my post about it:
And here’s a question about TM that I answered earlier. It also has some tips/what to bring/etc.: