Joined May 2010
Weight History

Start Weight
259.0 lb
Lost so far: 19.8 lb

Current Weight
239.2 lb
Performance: gaining 0.2 lb a week

Goal Weight
209.0 lb
Still to go: 30.2 lb

robg's Weight History

robg's Latest Member Challenges

  Keep it Simple and JUST DO IT!
status: Completed
ended: 06 Jul 15
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  Lose 7lb by Thanksgiving
status: Completed
ended: 05 Dec 13
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last weighin: gaining 0.4 lb a week Up
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last weighin: steady Steady
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robg's Latest Posts

Binge Eating - a venom!
I had issues with the binging when i was on Weight watchers, its like an emotional break now. Now i keep Healthy snacks packed near me all the time. Veggies, or some healthy nuts. I can eat that and not feel like i'm cheating.

I also created some carrot juice smoothies (with sweet fruits) in a picture i can down when i feel that insulin dive.

Hang in there!
posted 20 Sep 2013, 11:22
p90x vs. insanity
oh ya... if anyone has questions i'm more than happy to answer as i've done all three p90x, p90x+, and insanity consistently for the last year, and got amazing results... I just need to work the diet a little more lol!
posted 20 Aug 2010, 16:57
p90x vs. insanity
I've done both of these programs, I'm in pretty good shape, but ANYONE could do these workouts, you just have to pace your self, and use a chair when doing pullups.

I find Insanity way harder than p90x.

But to compare the two, p90x is a much better long term program, its very balanced and works resistance, flexibility, coordination, and cardio, follow the diet and you will DEFINATLY get results.

I would personally recommend insanity for people who have done p90x, because the fitness level required to keep up with the instructor is much higher. For instance, p90x plyometrics is great, but I can keep up with the instructor and get an amazing workout! but insanity plyometrics i have to take breaks, and find myself on the floor trying not to stay out of my sweat puddles. Don't get me wrong anyone can do this workout, you will just find yourself taking a lot of breaks and might feel even more "outta shape" due to the amount of rest you will need.

I personally still do the p90x weights routine, but on cardio days I implement the insanity instead of P90x plyometrics.

Also Insanity would be super bad ass for anyone wanting to ramp up their fitness for sports.

For loosing weight I'd do p90x then p90x+, then when you are having issues getting off those last couple lbs... do insanity, you will be cut like crazy, all it takes is the willpower to "press play" every day.
posted 20 Aug 2010, 16:52
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