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- A. Wencl - Book Review: Radical by David PlattThe remarkable thing about Radical is that the subject matter should be unremarkable to me as a Christian because the challenge to die to self and to really live sacrificially is an echo of the words of Jesus. David Platt based his book on what the Bible says Christ demands from His followers. He doesn't attempt to minimize or rationalize the hard statements about leaving your family, selling all your possessions and giving to the poor, or taking up our crosses and literally dying for Him. As radical as it may sound, it is not any more stringent than the Bible's description of what the Christian life should be like.
Platt has a pastor's heart for the people of God, and he seeks to see God lifted up and truly worshiped in His church. Unlike others who would offer a new method or strategy for church growth and a dynamic impact on the world, Platt returns again and again to the Words of Christ as our standard and the Holy Spirit as our guide. Real Christianity isn't defined by the Sunday morning status quo, and Radical challenges believers to walk in the Spirit surrendered to God.
Radical challenged me greatly and it is bringing me back to the Word to seek the real definitions of sacrifice and faith instead of the ones I've manufactured to make my life more comfortable. Whereas others struggle with Paul's words in Romans 9 or the admonitions in 1 Peter, I find, confirmed by this book, the challenges presented by Christ are much more difficult to deal with on a personal level.
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- Iri from Sooke - Eee Transformer PrimeThis tablet is the best android on the market by far.It is ultra fast and so smooth and so responsive. It has the greatest image ,it is so sharp it's unbelievable! The 3 D is remarkable. Gaming with this tablet will get you to another world! If you want to buy something that you will really love to play with then this is it !
- Nick Papagiorgio - Excellent ProgramI bought this product after doing 5 months of Insanity and wanting to change up my routine a bit. It is great and I recommend it, but instead of saying what every other 5-star review says, I'll use this to give insight into specific questions I had when I was researching this product.
1. INSANITY versus P90x:
I rated both programs at 5-stars. I don't see one as better than the other; they're just different. Insanity requires no additional equipment, is more fast-paced, and the instructor (Shaun T) keeps you on the go constantly. Insanity as a program seems to be geared towards overall fitness and weight loss and is more cardio-intensive. Tony Horton and P90x is a bit more laid back in his approach. He makes terrible/funny jokes and goes at a slower, more methodical pace. These workouts appear to be more directed at muscle building.
P90x does take it to a different level though. There are THREE different 90-day routines you can choose:
Classic: Well rounded where weight training and cardio are balanced.
Lean: More cardio/yoga.
Doubles: Essentially, you do the Classic routine then come back and do a cardio.
I am currently doing "Classic" for a variety of reasons.
The only equipment you absolutely NEED are the bands. You do not NEED the pull-up bar because you can mimic the same movements with the bands as long as you can attach them somewhere overhead. You can substitute the bands with dumbbells, but then you'd need a pull-up bar. I'm 6'4" and weigh in at around 260, so the pull-up bar they market is not really a good fit for me because most of the doors in my house are 7". I'm currently debating putting an actual bar up in my garage and hanging it from the ceiling.
In the debate over bands vs. pull-up bars, I'd recommend the bar because you get a better workout.
Insanity workouts start out at around 42 minutes the first month, then go on to roughly 60 minutes the second month. ALL P90x workouts are around 60 minutes long, with the exception of the Ab routine (16 minutes) that you have to do 3x/week following some of the workouts (they're on those discs so you don't have to change them out, unlike Insanity where the Ab disc is separate). The Yoga routine, which is the Day 4 "break" workout, is around 90 minutes.
I personally find yoga boring, but it is an amazing workout and helped with my flexibility.
What results you get will be directly proportionate to what you put in. That's true with anything in life. With P90x (and Insanity), all you have to do is pop in the DVD, press play, and follow what they do. As Tony Horton says: "Just do your best and forget the rest."
That being said, there are no shortcuts. Lose the word "skinny" from your vocabulary and replace it with "fit." If you want to get fit, get P90x and/or Insanity and stay away from those infomercials that promise "quick results" and claim you can lose 60 pounds by only doing 5 minutes per day (which is impossible). Getting fit requires a certain amount of dedication. Just give this program two honest weeks and you WILL start seeing results...then you'll learn a whole new meaning to the term "motivation."
I think I covered everything I meant to. If you have any specific questions about the programs that I didn't cover, just respond to this review and I'll hopefully get back to you soon.