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Thinking about doing Brazil Butt lift after P90X I'm a guy
I'm 19 5 ft 1 inch 96.8 pounds trying to gain 20 pounds eating more than ever and cutting cardio out to focus on weight training but after P90X, I was thinking about doing brazil butt lift, I'm part of a Beachbody group but just wondering is brazil butt lift good would I lose weight with the program like I want a hot booty Lol but is the program good?
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RE: Thinking about doing Brazil Butt lift after P90X I'm a guy
1/11/13 6:34 AM as a reply to Andrewtaylor158.
BBL is great for guys too. It will help shape your butt and you can still lose while doing it. have you thought to do a hybrid of it and p90x?
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RE: Thinking about doing Brazil Butt lift after P90X I'm a guy
1/13/13 10:09 PM as a reply to Andrewtaylor158.
BBl is a good program, but since you have completed P90X you might not find it as challenging though. BBL doesn't have as much strength training as P90X and I'm not sure if you want to keep up on that or not. Have you ever thought of doing Asylum, it not simply cardio you also have some strength training. Which ever program you do decide to choose, remember that you will the most results when you have a good diet. Best of luck

Gabby
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RE: Thinking about doing Brazil Butt lift after P90X I'm a guy
1/14/13 10:25 AM as a reply to Andrewtaylor158.
Just look at Leandro, he's got an amazing overall shape and I'm certain that it comes from his own workouts as well as his chosen eating program!

BBL is a tough program for anyone and it is very concentrated on specific 'large' muscle groups and redefining and reshaping them. In order to stick with the 'muscle confusion' that Tony Horton and Shaun T speak to, this would be a nice change from P90X to allow your body to rest from some what the workouts and find other muscles within that you haven't yet touched on.

As long as you are eating properly you will continue to gain the muscle that you are looking for. Enjoy the ride and I'd be interested to hear about your personal experiences with BBL should you choose to take the challenge emoticon

Kathleen
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