Because I do not like the cardio in the p90x program, I've been doing the strength-training programs of p90x interspersed with cardio from Insanity. I truly do NOT understand how people undergo such monumental changes within their bodies with p90x. Yes it's extreme, but I don't think it's SO extreme that you expurrience this:
She's aiite. Gotta love Asian girls who work out because so many Asian girls are skinny-fat...they're thin but they're so mah-lang-mah-lang (jiggly). Her tattoo needs to go though...needs to go.
This girl's body is bangin'...the '9 months later one.' Actually, her hips are wider than I would like...but the change is so radical that it deserves a compliment. Kudos.
That's the same homegirl as up there..and she looks much better here. I would love if my body looked like that. She looks Vietnamese. *makes stinky face*
Anyways, you get the drift. It seems like p90x boasts that it can change one's body from being gross and floppy to basically having no body fat. And I'd have to disagree.
I don't know if I'm not putting in 100% effort or if it's because I drink 5 bottles a wine a week or because I eat so many carbs, but I haven't had THAT much change happen to my body. And I've been doing my routine for about 2 months now. PLUS, I do a lot more cardio than the 'lean' p90x schedule calls for. NOT COOL.
Even though I eat a lot of carbs, I actually eat pretty damn healthy. I RARELY eat red meat... probably like once a week if that. I mainly eat tofu, chicken or fish. I eat TONS of vegetables. I eat a lot of them raw. I also eat fruit of course. When I DO splurge, it's only on pizza...or wings and that's ONLY on the weekends. I NEVER snack. I probably consume about 2,000 cal/day and most are in the form of something so healthy that fat people would rather not eat than eat what I eat.
So I'm a little confused as to why my body is not morphing into Britney Spears's pre-KFed days or Jennifer Aniston's circa Friends Seasons 7+. Sighhhhhhhhhhh.
I think I look worse after. Maybe it's because I blew it up and it looks distorted. I dunno.
I shall still continue my combination-style Insanity and p90x workout. I think every fat person should do Insanity...but not obese people because they'll probably die.