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I've never been terribly overweight or out of shape, but after the birth of my son, I was a little... how does Tony put it... loose in the cage. I wanted to lose about 10 lbs and get into good enough shape to look decent in a family picture, and wear shorts without embarrassment. I tried easier workouts such as Turbo Jam and 10 minute trainer, but they just weren't getting me the results I was looking for. Although the 10 lbs was gone, I wasn't as toned as I was before the little man.
Then came P90X.
The workouts are long. They're intense. They're painful. But, they're awesome. With minimal equipment, you can get gym quality results with a personal trainer in your own basement. I'm at day 45, and already I've lost the speed bump, my legs are toned, and my butt is lifted. Most importantly I feel fit and healthy.
Women looking to start this program should get weights, a band for pull ups and some push up stands. A yoga mat is good if you have hardwood floors. As you progress in the program, you may want a pull up bar. I typically use 8, 10 and 15 lb weights, but someone new to weights may want to err on the lighter side. I don't have a place to do pull ups, but the bands will give you a sufficient burn. The push up stands will save your wrists.
The workouts are long. The resistance days are coupled with Ab Ripper X, which makes workouts in the 1hr to 1:10 minute range. Yoga is 90 minutes +, but it is my favorite workout of the week. It's an amazing isometric workout. I have mixed feelings about the diet plan. I'm sure it works, but good grief... I give props to anyone who can eat that clean. Also, if all I could eat was low fat feta, whole wheat noodles and sprouts, I'd probably eat my yoga pants. I just looked - spandex isn't in the diet plan.
My goals are to drop from a size 8 to a size 6, lose the speed bump and ditch that thing that rolls over the top of my bra strap... I think that's a reasonable expectation for the program. If you have a small enough frame, it's entirely possible to go from a 10 to a 4 in 90 days. If you're a quick fix gal who's excited about the FDA approving that "new" weight loss drug, this isn't for you. If you're morbidly obese, you need to run this by your physician before giving this a try. If you've sustained knee injuries, you may want to pass this one up - especially the lower body workouts. This is a time commitment and a lifestyle commitment that isn't right for everyone.
I've been taking Fivelac for four months at the suggestion of my doctor and I can't say enough good things about it. Since taking Fivelac, I've noticed a difference in my energy level and overall health. I take two packets a day with water - one in the morning and one in the evening. The flavor and texture are not my favorite, but it isn't awful by any meands and there is no aftertaste. I've taken probiotics in pill form in the past and none of them hold a candle to Fivelac.