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PICTURES: P90x Round I/Phase II Results (60 days)

Sunday, December 09, 2012

These are the results from the first 8 weeks (60 days) of P90x (only 4 more weeks to go!):

Age: 37
Height: 5'8"
Weight: - 12.8 lbs (192-179.2)
Neck: - 0.25"
Chest (under breasts): - 1.65"
Upper Arm (L): - 0.50"
Waist (at smallest): - 1.75"
Waist (at bellybutton): - 1.75"
Hips: - 1.75"
Thigh (L): - 1.25"
Thigh (R): - 1.25"
Calf (L): - 0.75"

I dislike posting these pictures, but I guess I owe it to myself and others.

Day 1 to Day 60:

Day 1 to Day 60:

Day 1 to Day 60:

Day 1 to Day 60:

I am not following the P90x nutrition plan, although I am doing a 1400-2000 calorie a day diet and running a few times a week also. I use protein shakes as recovery drinks for workouts. It's a moderate fat, moderate carb, higher protein diet.


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
EVILKLOWN 12/15/2012 6:27AM

    PS, I wonder if Bill used to be a drill sergeant or something.

"Standing tall and looking good ... ought to be in Hollywood" was part of a marching song when I was in the army in the mid 70's.

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EVILKLOWN 12/15/2012 5:59AM

    Wow. I can really see the difference. You are ROCKING!

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BILL60 12/10/2012 8:30AM

    You look beautiful!! "Standing tall and looking good, Ought to be in Hollywood."

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IUHRYTR 12/9/2012 10:43PM

    The change is incredible, and inspiring. Keep up the good effort. emoticon -- Lou

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ARIABOO10 12/9/2012 3:16PM

    emoticon . Amazing!!!

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KAYOTIC 12/9/2012 1:29PM

    Looking good! Or should I say Great! emoticon

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CSAGIRL 12/9/2012 11:12AM

    Wow -- what a difference in only a month! emoticon

You are doing great! emoticon


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