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what weight of dumbells should i go for? should i get those adjustable weight ones?
That's what I got, I bought the Bowflex Selectech 1090s, but they cost me $600 and the stand was $150. All you really need though are maybe like 10, 15, 20, and 25lb dumbbells. You could probably get away with just 10s and 25s.
Equipment needed for P90x2 - Basketballs and lots of them !
Have you tried Insanity Chazbot ?
Nice one rumsey , keep it up !
No... I have no desire to do insanity, I don't want to do cardio for 1-1.5hrs/day 6 days a week. I hear you are way more prone to knee/back/neck/ankle/joint/whatever injury b/c it is super repetitive and everything is high impact and intensity.
I got p90x because I wanted a total body workout and that everyday would be something different. I'm super pumped about my results from the first 90 days and I am now starting my second round of 90 days.
I also have P90X plus and all of the Tony Horton 1 on 1 DVDs, and since I have p90x 1 on 1 which is like the beta test of P90X2 I get P90X2 for 50% off. So I have no shortage of workout/exercise material, I don't plan on trying anything else.
I am actually doing P90X doubles this time around because I want to get as lean as possible this time and get my abs and muscle tone and definition nice and cut.
wow thats insane. Maybe after my first 90 days ill attempt that!
Ok guys food wise, im doing a little better then usual, but i think ill need some help getting a shopping list together next time i go to the store, as of right now im just gonna make sure i use up what i got and then go from there. That part is gonna be harder then i thought at first, i really need to change my eating habits