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Team X Factor: Nutrition, Accountability, Motivation
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Come join us as we embark on on this fitness journey no matter where you are or what program you are doing. Come to a place that is fun, upbeat, challenging, and motivating!NEWBIES, THIS INCLUDES YOU!!! LURKERS WE KNOW YOU ARE WATCHING AS WELL! COME CHECK US OUT AND JOIN THE FAMILY

Have questions about Nutrition?
Have questions about when to work out?
Have questions in general?

We have the answers!!!


Working Moms, Dads, Professionals, Students, Stay at home Moms, Husbands and Wives,....the list goes on and we welcome everyone to come join us!!! All you need is a can do attitude!!
WELCOME to all NEWBIES, LURKERS, and Repeat PATRONS!!!!

Read page 1 for TONS of great HEALTH & FITNESS information.
Including:
• HOW to do the program
• HOW to eat properly
• A newbie checklist
• Skeleton Meal Plans
• MUCH, MUCH MORE!!!!
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RE:Team X Factor: Nutrition, Accountability, Motivation
5/19/09 4:37 PM as a reply to tbbuser.
Welcome to our thread where you will find a family type atmosphere where we welcome everyone. Just cuz you are family though, don't think we won't challenge you!! emoticon

No matter where you are in your program, or what program you are doing. We are here to help you.


NEWBIE CHECKLIST
...these are things that we will say over and over and over and over.
• READ YOUR PROGRAM BOOK COVER TO COVER
• TAKE INITIAL MEASUREMENTS
• TAKE BEFORE PICTURES
• REGISTER IN WOWY TO HOLD SELF ACCOUNTABLE
• MAINTAIN A CAN-DO ATTITUDE
• DRINK AT LEAST 8 GLASSES OF WATER PER DAY
• THROW AWAY ALL JUNK FOOD AND RESTOCK FRIDGE
• POST YOUR MEAL PLANS FOR FEEDBACK
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RE:Team X Factor: Nutrition, Accountability, Motivation
6/3/09 12:49 PM as a reply to tbbuser.
Hello and Welcome to Team X Factor.

Rob and I are here to help you on your road to success with P90X. We are both so excited to be starting this thread and are here and ready to help each and every one of you achieve all your physical goals.

My screen name is TennisMomVal

I am married and have 2 great kids; both of them are very active healthy and athletic teenagers. My son is almost 18, still in high school and is training to be a fireman and paramedic through an Explorers Program. He is an inline skater and also works out with weights every day. My daughter is 16 (Birthday today on Cinco De Mayo) and is a tournament tennis player, a high school varsity tennis player and a team league tennis player. Needless to say, she is on the tennis courts about 5-6 days a week.

I just turned 50 years old this year. My birthday sure made me reevaluate some things in my life. I was getting a 50th birthday I started P90X. It has been an incredible change in my life, not just physically but mentally and emotionally too. Every single part of my life is better today because of this one tiny commitment that I made to myself on January 26, 2009. I committed to get up every single day and “Push Play” whether I wanted to or not. I committed to eat clean and healthy and follow the nutrition plan set up in the P90X plan. Now, I am not going to sit here and tell you that I didn’t have some struggles along the way cause I did. There was a vacation in the middle of my 90 days that threw me off a bit. About a week and a half ago I had a pretty bad accident on a bicycle that set me back. But each time, I came back with a vengeance. I was determined not to let my commitment to myself falter. I am too important. I had decided that I wanted to be in the best shape of my life. I am on the path now. I now know that this is a lifetime path for me. What I also learned along the way is that I love helping other people achieve success too. I enjoy seeing people get so excited about their own progress.

I had also tried the gym route. I went to the gym off and on over the course of the year prior to my 50th birthday. What I wasn’t getting at the gym was a plan, a path. I didn’t have people helping me and pushing me along without paying even more money for a personal trainer. Plus, even if I did hire a personal trainer they wouldn’t be giving me an eating plan. What Beachbody did for me is to give me this great program complete with the exercises and nutritional plan but also this message board. I can truly say that they message boards were the ticket for me. I got online everyday to report my accountability and receive some motivation. Little by little I started to return that motivation to other people. That is what I am doing now is giving back some of what was given to me at the beginning of my P90X path.

So come along and join us on this path. We are a family here! We help to motivate you, pump you up when you are feeling down, answer your questions about nutrition, the exercises and just be your friend. We will have a lot of fun here, come along for the ride.

If you want to get in touch with me personally, just click on my name (TennisMomVal) right above my picture at this or any of my posts and you will see my contact information. Please feel free to drop me an email or an Instant Message anytime.

We will get your questions answered as quickly as possible.

TennisMomVal…….Val



Tony Horton's Law's of Success about mid way down the page
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RE:Team X Factor: Nutrition, Accountability, Motivation
5/24/09 7:31 PM as a reply to tbbuser.
Hello everyone and Welcome to Team X Factor.

Valerie and I have decided to join forces to help you along your fitness journey.

I am married to a wonderful wife by the name of Sonia who has been extremely supportive and is fortunate enough to stay at home (that is a full time job that deserves CEO pay). We also have 2 children who keep us on our toes. We are family that stays very active with church activities, scouts, flying r/c planes. We also homeschool.

I will be approaching the big 4-0. I decided to embark on my fitness journey in 07, but didn’t really get serious with it until last year. I got so serious with it that I decided to get my Personal Training Certification last December with an emphasis in Nutrition. I took a set back before this happened though when my Mother in Law passed away. It made me realize a lot of things and that helping people on a road to fitness can prolong the years they have. Has it been easy getting up every morning? Of course not, but I am committed to get up every single day and “Push Play” whether I want to or not. I want to be around to see my family grow up and old. What I also have learned is that I really love helping other people achieve success too. I enjoy seeing people get so excited about their own progress.

What Beachbody has done for me is it has given me a complete program not only with the exercises and nutritional plan but also this message board. I have to agree with Val that the message boards are where the money is to stay accountable. None of us are perfect, but we all share the same struggles. I found out when I wasn’t accountable on the msg boards, my nutrition would slip. Little did I realize though that posting motivated other people as well. Then people were starting to ask me questions!!! Now it’s time that I help others.

So come along and join us on this fitness journey. As the song says “We are family!! I got all my brothers and sisters with me!!! “

Our goal is to help motivate you, encourage you when you are feeling down, celebrate your successes with you, answer your questions about nutrition and just be that friend you can come to. .

If you would like to get in touch with me personally, just click on my name (rloxtreme) right above my picture at this or any of my posts and you will see my contact information. Please feel free to drop me an email or an Instant Message anytime.

Proper Preparation Prevents Poor Performance

Robert, Rob, RLo (rloxtreme)
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RE:Team X Factor: Nutrition, Accountability, Motivation
5/5/09 12:58 PM as a reply to tbbuser.
How to take measurements:

What Exactly Should You Measure?

The most common measurements include the circumference of your chest, biceps, waist, hips and thighs. Sometimes the neck, forearm and calf are also measured.

Chest: Measure around the largest part of your chest.

Biceps: Measure midway between the top of your shoulder and elbow.

Waist: Measure at the narrowest point, approximately one inch above your belly button. No cheating! Don't pull in your belly or stick it out.

Hips: Measure your hips around the largest part of your buttocks with your heels together.

Thigh: Thighs are measured separately. Stand with your legs slightly apart. Measure your upper leg where the circumference is largest.

We recommend:
• chest
• below the chest
• smallest part of waist
• belly button
• fattest part of hips
• saddle bags
• upper thighs
• mid thighs
• calves
• biceps

How?

* Use a flexible measuring tape as used by dressmakers. It can be as long as you need. If you use a plastic or cloth tape, bear in mind that these materials may stretch over time.
* Wear the thinnest clothes possible, or none at all, so as not to add to the measurements you take.
* Try to measure yourself in front of a full-length mirror so that you can see if the tape is positioned correctly.
* Perhaps you could find another person to help with the measuring. They would be able to read the results more easily.
* Keep your muscles relaxed while measuring.
* When measuring, pull the tape just tight enough to keep it from sagging.


Track your progress by your measurements, NOT THE SCALE
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RE:Team X Factor: Nutrition, Accountability, Motivation
5/5/09 1:02 PM as a reply to tbbuser.
This comes from the Oct 2006 issue of Fitness. For anyone who's ever been scale-obsessed...here are ten reasons not to be.

"WAIT -- I WEIGH HOW MUCH?"


Can you believe what you see? Not always. Ten things that can skew your reading, from what you're wearing to how much fun you had last night. By Cynthia Sass, R.D.

Good news for every woman who's ever had a total scale meltdown: The number staring back at you might not be quite right. "Depending on a variety of factors that have nothing to do with body fat or even the scale's accuracy, your weight can vary by several pounds from day to day," says Andrea Giancoli, R.D., a spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association. In fact, experts agree that your body-fat percentage and your physical measurements, rather than your weight, provide a more accurate picture of your health. So before you freak out over the digital readout, keep in mind: a) It's just a number, people! and b) It will yo-yo. Here's why:

1) You're wearing something other than your birthday suit.

Adds: up to 6 pounds.

This may seem like a no-brainer, but how much can you realistically deduct? We tested a few different outfits and found that a sports bra and running shorts probably won't nudge the needle, but sneakers can cause a two-pound jump. Didn't make it into your workout wear this morning? A light bathrobe will up the number by one, a heavy terry-cloth robe by two and a complete outfit (jeans, T-shirt, blazer and boots) by about six.


2)You just took a seriously sweat-inducing cardio class.

Subtracts: up to 5 pounds.

When you work out at a high intensity, whether in a Spinning class or on a hard run, most of the calories you burn come from glycogen (a form of carbohydrate stored in muscle). The depletion of this high-energy fuel can show up as a dramatic shift in weight. But don't mistake the sharp drop in pounds for a loss of bodyfat. "Glycogen accounts for much of the weight you've lost directly after exercise. The rest is cause by water loss through sweat, says Bob Seebohar, R.D., director of sports nutrition at the University of Florida. But hey, if seeing that lower number on the scale keeps you motivated to put the bike shorts back on tomorrow, forget you just read that!

3. You polished off a big bottle of water five minutes ago.

Adds: more than 2 pounds.

Water has no calories, so it can't cause fat gain. But a liter of H2O weighs more than two pounds, so after you down a standard bottle of water, the scale will automatically go up by that much. "Most small weight fluctuations are due to shifts in body water," says Giancoli. The full two pounds will register on the scale only during the first few minutes after you drink it; then, as it's depeleted via perspiration, breathing and other bodily functions, your weight will inch down accordingly (that's why it never hurts to hit the loo before hopping on the scale).


4. You had a few drinks last night.

Subtracts: 3 to 5 pounds.

Alcohol depletes your body of water. (Dehydration is what gives you morning-after cotton mouth and a splitting headache.) Alcohol also irritates the digestive system and can cause diarrhea. This diuretic/laxative combo makes some women look and feel leaner the day after a night out, but while the scale readout will drop, it won't stay down for long. "Your weight will bounce back to normal as soon as you replenish lost fluids," says ADA spokesperson Christine Gerbstadt, M.D., R.D.

5. You had a "light" lunch.

Adds: up to 3 pounds.

Often, the healthiest meals are the heaviest in terms of weight. Filling, diet-friendly foods such as broth-based vegetable soup or salad loaded with veggies are full of fiber and water, both of which have zero calories but add bulk to your plate and, for a brief time, your stomach. So eating them can cause a short-term rise in the number on the scale, even though they'll actually help you reduce body fat over time. Depending on your rate of digestion, the added weight of a large but diet-friendly lunch won't stick to you longer than 12 to 24 hours.


6. You skimped on carbs today.

Subtracts: 3 to 5 pounds.

If you eat nothing but egg whites for breakfast and a protein shake for lunch, your weight on the scale will fall by late afternoon -- but not because protein magically melts away body fat. Like a tough workout, high-protein diets that leave you short on whole grains and fruits can cause your muscles to use up glycogen. They can also generate extra waste products, which makes you pee a lot, pulling more water out of your body. "Carbs stored as glycogen are like sponges that hold water. When you eat fewer cabrs, you lose water; when you eat more carbs, you retain water," says Giancoli. But to lose a pound of fat, you much cut 3,500 calories through either diet or exercise, so losing one or more pounds in a single day is a sure sign that you are shedding water instead of fat.

7. You indulged a salt craving.

Adds: 4 to 5 pounds.

If you wake up feeling puffy and your rings and watch are fused to your skin, you're experiencing a full-on bloat. Consuming salty foods, such as canned soup, frozen meals or Chinese takeout with plenty of soy sauce, can cause your body to retain water in order to dilute excess sodium. "Drinking more water will help flush both the sodium and the excess fluids from your body and will normalize your weight," says Amy Gerardo, a registered nurse and American Council on Exercise-certified personal trainer in St. Petersburg, Florida.


8. You're sick.

Subtracts: up to 5 pounds.

Cold and flu symptoms like sneezing and coughing can cause temporary dehydration, and a loss of fluids means a drop on the scale. "In the first day or two of being sick, you will probably get a lower reading, but the truth is that almost none of the weight you lose is body fat -- it's nearly all water," says Giancoli. So don't be too disappointed when you quickly regain as you recover.

9. You can't, ahem, "go".

Adds: 2 to 6 pounds.

When you're constipated, you have excess solid waste in your GI tract, which carries weight. "'Going' at least every other day is considered normal; any less than that can temporarily affect the number on the scale," says Dr. Gerbstadt. Several not-so-ideal dieting practices, such as low-carb dieting, drastically reducing calories, skipping meals and restricting fluids, can lead to constipation. This means that some weight-loss attempts (albeit unhealthy ones) may actually lead to a temporary rise in weight rather than a drop. "Whether or not it's due to a fad diet, consuming insufficient fiber and/or water can lead to dense stool, which can weigh two to six pounds," says Dr. Gerbstadt. Ease constipation by gradually increasing your intake of water and soluble [sic], fiber-rich foods (such as oatmeal, citrus fruit, pears and beans).


10. You had a few extra cups of joe.

Subtracts: about 2 pounds.

Guzzling coffee during the morning meeting might not be as much fun as guzzling cocktails at happy hour, but the effects are similar. Caffeine is a mild diuretic; it also stimulates the digestive tract and bowel movements, and it can suppress your appetite. Between the extra trips to the bathroom and the smaller helpings, your weight may drop. "But once that lost water is replaced, your weight will return to normal fairly quickly," says Dr. Gerbstadt.
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RE:Team X Factor: Nutrition, Accountability, Motivation
5/5/09 1:04 PM as a reply to tbbuser.
Here is a picture of one pound of fat and one pound of muscle. THEY WEIGH THE SAME (despite what people will tell you)!!!!

BUT...muscles takes up less SPACE!

One pound of fat burns 1-3 cal/day. One pound of muscle burns 30-60 cal/day. Which would you rather have?
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RE:Team X Factor: Nutrition, Accountability, Motivation
5/5/09 1:06 PM as a reply to tbbuser.
Weight-loss help: How to stop emotional eating

Sometimes the strongest longings for food happen when you're at your weakest point emotionally. Many people turn to food for comfort — consciously or unconsciously — when they're facing a difficult problem or looking to keep themselves occupied.

But emotional eating — eating as a way to suppress or soothe negative emotions, such as stress, anger, anxiety, boredom, sadness and loneliness — can sabotage your weight-loss efforts. Often, emotional eating leads to eating too much food, especially high-calorie, sweet, salty and fatty foods.

The good news is that if you're prone to emotional eating, you can take steps to regain control of your eating habits and get back on track with your weight-loss goals.
The connection between mood and food

Major life events — such as unemployment, health problems and divorce — and daily life hassles — such as a stressful work commute, bad weather and changes in your normal routine — can trigger emotions that lead to overeating. But why do negative emotions lead to overeating?

Some foods may have seemingly addictive qualities. For example, when you eat enticing foods, such as chocolate, your body releases trace amounts of mood- and satisfaction-elevating hormones. That "reward" may reinforce a preference for foods that are most closely associated with specific feelings. Related to this is the simple fact that the pleasure of eating offsets negative emotions.

Food can also be a distraction. If you're worried about an upcoming event or rethinking an earlier conflict, eating comfort foods may distract you. But the distraction is only temporary. While you're eating, your thoughts focus on the pleasant taste of your comfort food. Unfortunately, when you're done overeating, your attention returns to your worries, and you may now bear the additional burden of guilt about overeating.
How to regain control of your eating habits

Though strong emotions can trigger cravings for food, you can take steps to control those cravings. To help stop emotional eating, try these suggestions:

* Learn to recognize true hunger. Is your hunger physical or emotional? If you ate just a few hours ago and don't have a rumbling stomach, you're probably not really hungry. Give the craving a few minutes to pass.

* Know your triggers. For the next several days, write down what you eat, how much you eat, when you eat, how you're feeling when you eat and how hungry you are. Over time, you may see patterns emerge that reveal negative eating patterns and triggers to avoid.

* Look elsewhere for comfort. Instead of unwrapping a candy bar, take a walk, treat yourself to a movie, listen to music, read or call a friend. If you think that stress relating to a particular event is nudging you toward the refrigerator, try talking to someone about it to distract yourself. Plan enjoyable events for yourself.

* Don't keep unhealthy foods around. Avoid having an abundance of high-calorie comfort foods in the house. If you feel hungry or blue, postpone the shopping trip for a few hours so that these feelings don't influence your decisions at the store.

* Snack healthy. If you feel the urge to eat between meals, choose a low-fat, low-calorie food, such as fresh fruit, vegetables with fat-free dip or unbuttered popcorn. Or test low-fat, lower calorie versions of your favorite foods to see if they satisfy your craving.

* Eat a balanced diet. If you're not getting enough calories to meet your energy needs, you may be more likely to give in to emotional eating. Try to eat at fairly regular times and don't skip breakfast. Include foods from the basic groups in your meals. Emphasize whole grains, vegetables and fruits, as well as low-fat dairy products and lean protein sources. When you fill up on the basics, you're more likely to feel fuller, longer.

* Exercise regularly and get adequate rest. Your mood is more manageable and your body can more effectively fight stress when it's fit and well rested.

If you give in to emotional eating, forgive yourself and start fresh the next day. Try to learn from the experience, and make a plan for how you can prevent it in the future. Focus on the positive changes you're making in your eating habits and give yourself credit for making changes that ensure better health.
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RE:Team X Factor: Nutrition, Accountability, Motivation
5/5/09 1:08 PM as a reply to tbbuser.
[/COLOR]How to determine your Target Heart Rate Zone

MHR = maximum heart rate
bpm = beats per minute


30 year-old woman
40 year-old woman
50 year-old woman
60 year-old woman


Find your maximum heart rate (MHR) by subtracting your age from 220.

220 - 30 = 190 MHR
220 - 40 = 180 MHR
220 - 50 = 170 MHR
220 - 60 = 160 MHR


Next multiple (MHR) by 0.60 = lower end of the target heart rate zone.

190 x .60 - 114 bpm
180 x 0.60 = 108 bpm
170 x .60 = 102 bpm
160 x .60 = 96 bpm

Next multiply (MHR) by 0.90 = upper end of the target heart rate zone.

190 x .90 = 171 bpm 180 x 0.90 = 162 bpm 170 x .90 = 153 bpm 160 x .90 = 144 bpm

Target heart rate zone

114 to 171 bpm 108 to 162 bpm 102 to 153 bpm 96 to 144 bpm
The two numbers above represent the target heart rate zone. You should strive to stay between these two numbers during your workout.

NOTE: These formulas apply only to adults. Remember the above example is only an estimate.


Healthy Heart Zone (Warm up) --- 50 - 60% of maximum heart rate: The easiest zone and probably the best zone for people just starting a fitness program. It can also be used as a warm up for more serious walkers. This zone has been shown to help decrease body fat, blood pressure and cholesterol. It also decreases the risk of degenerative diseases and has a low risk of injury. 85% of calories burned in this zone are fats!

Fitness Zone (Fat Burning) --- 60 - 70% of maximum heart rate: This zone provides the same benefits as the healthy heart zone, but is more intense and burns more total calories. The percent of fat calories is still 85%.

Aerobic Zone (Endurance Training) --- 70 - 80% of maximum heart rate: The aerobic zone will improve your cardiovascular and respiratory system AND increase the size and strength of your heart. This is the preferred zone if you are training for an endurance event. More calories are burned with 50% from fat.

Anaerobic Zone (Performance Training) --- 80 - 90% of maximum heart rate: Benefits of this zone include an improved VO2 maximum (the highest amount of oxygen one can consume during exercise) and thus an improved cardiorespiratory system, and a higher lactate tolerance ability which means your endurance will improve and you'll be able to fight fatigue better. This is a high intensity zone burning more calories, 15 % from fat.

Red Line (Maximum Effort) --- 90 - 100% of maximum heart rate: Although this zone burns the highest number of calories, it is very intense. Most people can only stay in this zone for short periods. You should only train in this zone if you are in very good shape and have been cleared by a physician to do so.

Recommended Book
Guidebook to Heart Zone Training
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RE:Team X Factor: Nutrition, Accountability, Motivation
5/5/09 1:14 PM as a reply to tbbuser.
Have YOUdiscovered WOWY yet?????

It is a GREAT way to keep track of your workouts...

PLUS...

You can win great stuff!!! (and it is FREE)


If you need help with how to access WOWY, shoot us an email!

Here is a screen shot from my WOWY page:
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RE:Team X Factor: Nutrition, Accountability, Motivation
5/5/09 1:16 PM as a reply to tbbuser.
HOW TO USE WOWY:

Log into MDB website and click on WOWY on left side of screen.
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RE:Team X Factor: Nutrition, Accountability, Motivation
5/5/09 1:17 PM as a reply to tbbuser.
That will take you right into WOWY!!!!

CLICK on START YOUR WORKOUT NOW. You will need to schedule workouts...that in a moment.

Note what you may be eligible to win that day!!!

Also look at the tabs: Next Workout, Calendar, Success Buddies, etc. You will use these!
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RE:Team X Factor: Nutrition, Accountability, Motivation
5/5/09 1:18 PM as a reply to tbbuser.
Next you will be able to enter a message if you wish for your Success Buddies or anyone in WOWY!

Click START YOUR WORKOUT!
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RE:Team X Factor: Nutrition, Accountability, Motivation
5/5/09 1:19 PM as a reply to tbbuser.
You are ready to workout!!!!

You will see how long your workout is, plus any Success Buddies and anyone else in WOWY at the moment.

Click DONE when finished with your workout.
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RE:Team X Factor: Nutrition, Accountability, Motivation
5/5/09 1:20 PM as a reply to tbbuser.
To schedule workouts, click on the CALENDAR/SCHEDULER tab at the top of your page.

You can now choose your workouts.

To add additional workout choices, go to the bottom of the page and click on OTHER OPTIONS. Choose ADD/REMOVE ACTIVITIES. You are good to go!
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RE:Team X Factor: Nutrition, Accountability, Motivation
5/5/09 1:22 PM as a reply to tbbuser.
CLEAN-EATING PRINCIPALS:

*EAT 5-6 SMALL MEALS EVERY DAY

*EAT EVERY 2-3 HOURS

*COMBINE LEAN PROTEIN AND COMPLEX CARBS AT EVERY MEAL

*DRINK AT LEAST 2 LITERS, OR 8 CUPS OF WATER EACH DAY

*NEVER MISS A MEAL, ESPECIALLY BREAKFAST

*CARRY A COOLER LOADED WITH CLEAN-EATING FOODS TO GET YOU THROUGH YOUR DAY

*AVOID ALL OVER-PROCESSED, REFINED FOODS,ESPECIALLY WHITE FLOUR AND SUGAR

*AVOID ALL SATURATED AND TRANS FAT

*AVOID SUGAR-LOADED COLAS AND JUICES

*CONSUME ADEQUATE HEALTHY FATS(EFAs) EACH DAY

*AVOID ALCOHOL-ANOTHER FORM OF SUGAR

*AVOID ALL CALORIE-DENSE FOODS CONTAINING NO NUTRITIONAL VALUE

*DEPEND ON FRESH FRUITS AND VEGGIES FOR FIBER,VITAMINS AND ENZYMES

*STICK TO PROPER PORTION SIZES-GIVE UP THE SUPER SIZING!
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RE:Team X Factor: Nutrition, Accountability, Motivation
5/5/09 1:48 PM as a reply to tbbuser.
I'm in!

Finishing my last 3 weeks of Round 1, then on to Round 2!

I have 2 real life friends who are just about to start the X - I'll bring them along - Nice thread guys!

-Steve
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RE:Team X Factor: Nutrition, Accountability, Motivation
5/5/09 2:14 PM as a reply to tbbuser.
My boy! Coach Rob has his forum up. I'm part of another group as well but I'll start posting in both since Rob is my coach.

Glad to have this up Rob. I'm in the final 30 days of my first round of P90x and I've had great results thus far.

In the first sixty days I lost:

26 pounds
6 inches off my waist
10.5% body fat

ROCK THE WORLD FOLKS!
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RE:Team X Factor: Nutrition, Accountability, Motivation
5/5/09 2:49 PM as a reply to tbbuser.
emoticon WOW!! I completed day 2 today (plyometrics) and it kicked my rear. Because of work I wont be able to do anything tomorrow. Do I pick back up with day 3 or do I go on to day 4?
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RE:Team X Factor: Nutrition, Accountability, Motivation
5/5/09 3:22 PM as a reply to tbbuser.
quote:
Originally posted by stevemcknight:
I'm in!

Finishing my last 3 weeks of Round 1, then on to Round 2!

I have 2 real life friends who are just about to start the X - I'll bring them along - Nice thread guys!

-Steve



Hi Steve,
Welcome to our brand new thread. Thanks for helping us get it up and running.
First of all, Congrats on almost finishing Round 1. That is a great accomplishment. By the way, that is exactly where I am at too. Just this week and next week and the recovery week for me too.
I will be doing another round too.
So cool to have some local friends doing P90X with you for another round. Now you will be the resident expert. They will be looking to you for help and advice. Yes, bring them here. We will all help each other.
Congrats again,
Val
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