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Sarah - posted on 02/16/2009

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OK, I have got to try that program.  A couple people at work are doing it and I have delayed starting but I think I may have to.  I have at least 40 #'s to drop after baby #3....  Did you follow the diet strictly?

Barbara - posted on 02/15/2009

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Quoting Barbara:

Taryn--Very inspiring! My husband and I are both doing P90X! Week 2. We had to take 2 weeks off for stomach flu (ran rampant through our family!), but we're getting back on track and working out through the holidays!! I'll be posting my pic here too when I'm done!
Melinda-- it's pretty extreme, so depending upon the type of delivery you have, you might wait at least 6-9 weeks. I was (am) doing Taekwondo when I had my daughter in December last year, and tried to get back into it, but my stamina was NOT there, plus your bones and ligaments have to get back into shape. I was back into it by mid-Feb. but not able to be like I was until end of March.


Haha!  Spoke too soon!  Now we're pregnant again, so being able to do P90X is not much of option.  I'll definitely be back into it by October (due 9-21-09).  For those who are wondering, there are a few options to how you do the program: classic, lean, and doubles.  Lean is what I was doing, which is like the Classic workout, but less Plyometrics and more cardio.  As far as maintenance, you can do just parts of the workout, or try the lean if you did the classic the first time, or doubles depending on how much time you have.  They have some of that info in the literature they provide with the DVDs.  Definitely worth the cost in my house, with limited time and space, no dumbbells necessary, husband is still at it!  Plus I can stop it if my daughter is clingy, or needs to be fed.  She likes watching us!! :)

Barbara - posted on 02/15/2009

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Quoting Barbara:

Taryn--Very inspiring! My husband and I are both doing P90X! Week 2. We had to take 2 weeks off for stomach flu (ran rampant through our family!), but we're getting back on track and working out through the holidays!! I'll be posting my pic here too when I'm done!
Melinda-- it's pretty extreme, so depending upon the type of delivery you have, you might wait at least 6-9 weeks. I was (am) doing Taekwondo when I had my daughter in December last year, and tried to get back into it, but my stamina was NOT there, plus your bones and ligaments have to get back into shape. I was back into it by mid-Feb. but not able to be like I was until end of March.


Haha!  Spoke too soon!  Now we're pregnant again, so being able to do P90X is not much of option.  I'll definitely be back into it by October (due 9-21-09).  For those who are wondering, there are a few options to how you do the program: classic, lean, and doubles.  Lean is what I was doing, which is like the Classic workout, but less Plyometrics and more cardio.  As far as maintenance, you can do just parts of the workout, or try the lean if you did the classic the first time, or doubles depending on how much time you have.  They have some of that info in the literature they provide with the DVDs.  Definitely worth the cost in my house, with limited time and space, no dumbbells necessary, husband is still at it!  Plus I can stop it if my daughter is clingy, or needs to be fed.  She likes watching us!! :)

Joanna - posted on 01/15/2009

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Taryn,



 



  I am really encouraged by your picture, but I am wondering how you maintain after the 90 days.  I have not purchased the product yet, but I am looking for a new routine and like I said your picture speaks volumes.  As a lot of people have already said, you should be very proud!!

Taryn - posted on 12/31/2008

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Thanks Sandy! I can't believe the journey that led me to this and I'm so very proud of myself for doing it...so much so I decided to make a business of it! I'll send you a message on what I did...you can do it too!

Sandy - posted on 12/31/2008

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WOW - you look amazing!!! I used to have a body like that. I just joined on here so I will have to read thru the conversations to figure out how you got that body :-). You should be very proud of yourself!

Kristi - posted on 12/27/2008

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My husband got me P90X at my request, and I am wondering how extreme it is. I really like to work out and want results. You look great. Tell me what you think.

Barbara - posted on 12/23/2008

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Taryn--Very inspiring! My husband and I are both doing P90X! Week 2. We had to take 2 weeks off for stomach flu (ran rampant through our family!), but we're getting back on track and working out through the holidays!! I'll be posting my pic here too when I'm done!
Melinda-- it's pretty extreme, so depending upon the type of delivery you have, you might wait at least 6-9 weeks. I was (am) doing Taekwondo when I had my daughter in December last year, and tried to get back into it, but my stamina was NOT there, plus your bones and ligaments have to get back into shape. I was back into it by mid-Feb. but not able to be like I was until end of March.

User - posted on 12/03/2008

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Did you start P90x right after you had the baby? I have it and want to start , my baby is going to arrive by the end of December. Just curios. YOu llok great, Keep up the hard work!

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