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Supreme 90 Day workout

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

To my surprise I received a package today. This package was my long awaited order for Supreme 90 day workout. 

Ok, wow I forgot I ordered it. 

For those of you who might not know what Supreme 90 is. It's a workout plan similar to P90x with a little of insanity mixed in. When I ordered the workout I really did not know what to expect due to the cost. It is fractions compared to ths competitors. But after reviewing a few DVDs, it actually appears to be legit. The package consist of 12 workouts, a meal plan, and a huge workout day chart. 

So know the challenge is on. I will committ to this fitness plan and update all who is intersted my results. I will start the workout on Monday, Feb. 21. Look for post of before pics, weight, and body measurements by Sunday.

Stay Fit!

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KA_JUN 4/29/2011 3:43PM

    Good job! emoticon

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FITNESSSHOCK 3/21/2011 8:38PM

    The workout has been awesome! If your interested I keep a blog review on Supreme 90 Day. Here is the link:

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FITNESSSHOCK 2/21/2011 8:20AM

    Today is the first day for Supreme 90. emoticon
I am excited to see if this workout will challenge me physically. I know it will challenge my consistency and nutrition. I followed the meal 1 plan for today. So far the food menu today has not been bad.
Meal 1: Oats w/AppleSauce and Flaxseed - Scramble Eggs w/Spinach and tomatoe
Meal 2: 2 small apples/ 3tbs peanut butter
Meal 3. Fish 6oz/ 1 1/2 mixed veggies (broccoli, cauliflower, carrots)
Meal 4: Protein Shake with banana, peanut butter, flax seed, and yogurt.
Meal 5: Chicken Breast 6oz, 1 1/2 cup kale, 1/2 brown rice
Meal 6: 1cup yogurt

I ate meal one at 6am. I used steal oats, and it was different than flat oats but it was good. Eggs are always good to me.

Later, check in later this afternoon for updates on the first workout.

Stay Fit

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FITNFBLS 2/18/2011 4:08AM

    Hi, I just received my Supreme 90Day & I'm getting ready to review the dvd's...How's your progress coming along?

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BANKER-CHUCK 2/16/2011 11:50AM

    Look forward to your reports. Good luck with the program.

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TPELL21 2/16/2011 10:58AM

    Good luck, we look forward to hearing about your results!

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BTRTHANEVA 2/16/2011 5:33AM

    Great timing to get reading for the hugely anticipated summer season.. Thanks for explaining what this workout is. I'm lost in all these numbers and well, insanity is something I'm trying to break away from. hehehehehe. Good luck with your new program! Cam't wait to see the before and after pictures.

WORK IT! emoticon emoticon

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Low Carbs, No Carbs Hmmmm thats the question.

Tuesday, February 01, 2011

I'm truly interested on how Carbs affect the body. I have been reading several books and research documentation about Carbs. Based on what I found is that Carbs is getting a bad rep not by it's own doing but by the users. I have decided to focus on my carb intake this first quarter of the year. The plain is to trick the body to use Carbs as fuel and not storage for fat. Here is my plain:
1. Low Carbs for 3 days. Ex: no breads, sugars, pastas, potatoes, processed foods, juices etc... Limited fruit intake to once a day. Focus on clean meats and green veggies.
2. 4th day add Carbs to each meal except dinner.
3. Meal frequency is 4-6 times a day with no Carbs on your last meal.

I will be posting my results. FYI: this is just a test to see how my body reacts to Carbs. I started this on 1/30/2011 @ 250lbs today is 2/2/2011 and weight 244lbs. My workout plain is the same as before with no changes. I toggle between Insanity, P90x, and weight lifting.

Wish me luck and perseverance!

Stay Fit

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FITNESSSHOCK 2/21/2011 8:11AM

    I decided to stop the low card diet for a while. I am focusing on this workout I just purchased called Supreme 90 day. It has a meal plan that I want to include. I want to follow the program completely.

All in all "low carbing" does have a tremendous affect on the body. I truly started to see my abs and lost 12lbs of probably fat and muscle. I will revisit low carbs once I completed the Supreme 90 day.

Thanks all for your comments and advice.

Stay Fit!

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CARLA0716 2/14/2011 5:55PM

    Hey - didn't realize you're a fellow MIH-er!

I'm also curious to find out how this carb plan goes for you. I've decided to up my protein content, though the carb is either the same or slightly less than before the increased protein. I weigh myself daily, and then average for the week, and so I've noticed a bit of a decrease from this week to last week. And I haven't been able to exercise alot so its interesting to see if this lasts.

Good luck!
btw - love the background photo on your page!

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BANKER-CHUCK 2/8/2011 2:09PM

    From the many articles I have read , "Carbs" are your friend. They fuel your workouts, and are brain food. Loading up on carbs before a workout and after a workout are important. Here is an article, among many, that gives info on how important cards are.
BR>Good luck on your plans and hope it works for you.

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CALGIRL74 2/1/2011 3:34PM

    I really struggle with my workouts when I dont have the proper carbs. I work out to P90x and I run. So I thrive on my carbs. Im going to friend you because I am very interested in how this works out for you. Good luck.

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FITNESSSHOCK 2/1/2011 11:27AM

    @hillis - I checked out the site and there is plenty of fitness data. Thanks for the hook up.

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HILLIS 2/1/2011 10:48AM

    Also not all carbs are created equal. You want to also look at the glycemic index of a food. On of the better websites I visit is They have a lot of info and recipes on what they call the Primal Diet.

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FITNESSSHOCK 2/1/2011 9:26AM

    Thanks for the info Tpell21. During my PM workout yesterday, I felt a little dizzy.

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TPELL21 2/1/2011 9:13AM

    Good luck! Not sure if you've gone with a low carb diet yet, and if not be prepared that a lot of people experience a 'carb flu' for the first week or so. I won't get into all the nitty gritty, but you may feel a little foggy as your body transitions from burning carbs for energy to using fats. But once your body transitions you should notice an increased energy level as your body will be more efficient at burning fat.

Good luck and good health.

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Pessimism and Negativity

Tuesday, July 06, 2010

Watch out for these sneaky but potent and deadly goal killers; “Pessimism and Negativity”. They will affect your thinking, your feelings, your emotions and your outcome. Let me tell you today that you are not alone, abandoned, or isolated. You are not worthless, incompetent, ignorant, or useless. But you enjoy life and you are excited when thinking about your future. You find it easy and enjoyable living a Fit Life. You are having fun finding new solutions, interacting, and becoming the Healthy and Fit creation God had intended you to be. Say to yourself: I am a successor, I am go getter, I am flexible, I am adaptive, I am a Fighter, I am Changing, I see good things, My Life is Awesome, I am Joyous, Positive, and without a doubt a Beautiful Being carefully, skillfully made day by day, hour by hour, minute by minute. Now the World is yours!

Stay Fit!

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BTRTHANEVA 2/2/2011 8:22AM

    I try to keep words that end in *'t* out of my vocabulary. When I hear people say they can't or won't, they've already set themselves up for failure.

Attitude determines altitude!

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SIMPLE_TAILOR 7/7/2010 9:54PM

    That is a great post!! Thanks for sharing and giving that bit of encouragement that I needed to get me through the evening.

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PINKBEANBOO 7/6/2010 3:19PM

    That was really beautiful! Thanks for posting.

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Going to the Unkown Zone!

Monday, July 05, 2010

"You only ever grow as a human being if you're outside your comfort zone." - Percy Cerutty

Team we all have our ups and downs, but I am here as a witness and as an encourager. You must reach further. Growth is an up and down process, but during your down times you must learn how to go deeper within (Dig Deeper). Digging deeper is getting out of your comfort zone and going to the unknown zone. In the unknown zone you will discover: Strength, Endurance, Perseverance, Accomplishment, and Victory. I encourage you to do what you have not done before. Reach for the unreachable. Set your benchmark pass the expected. Be what you want and not what you are. Fitness is a challenge and challenges are the fuel to success. Reach for success today, and see your growth in Fitness tomorrow.

Stay Fit!

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FLOOSIEMAGOO 7/5/2010 7:59PM

    You know, this speaks to my assessment today of Pain vs Discomfort and breaking through it.

This concept is getting me to places I've never been.

Spark Baby!

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Sparking your Kids

Monday, July 05, 2010

My daughter on Saturday turned 11, and to my surprise she was asking for seconds and thirds for cake. My wife later told me she was sneaking later that night for cookies. WOW! Than I realize that its not fair for me and my wife to be focused on fitness and not share this fitness life style with our children. Their entertainment is video games, dvds, and Tv; than eating Junk and Snacks. We must step in and do something about this. Its like a disease slowly taking the life from our children. No more, we have to do something now. Take a stance for you kids and teach them fitness. Show them how, when, and what to eat. Workout with them, take them outside, and share what you have learned in your journey with fitness.

Stay Fit!

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SPARKLE1908 7/5/2010 6:20PM

    I agree...knowing the issues that we are facing as a nation with childhood obesity, parents owe it to their children to start teaching them better lifestyle habits at a young age!!!

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MGRIFFITH32 7/5/2010 1:03PM

    It's totally true. Part of my motivation is to make a change in my family. Who wants to get health advice from a fat person. I have to lead by example. :) Great post!

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JMERLAU 7/5/2010 12:31PM

    AMEN BRO........if we don't do it NOW....where will they end up???

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