Category Archives: P90X

2011 Ocean Shores Big Weekend Race Report

This may just be a bit of a long report since it will encompass an entire weekend of racing, volunteering, and coaching…so bear with me. Friday, July 8, 2011: Early in the year, I contacted the Tri Freaks about collaborating on some of their events this year.  I particularly targeted their Ocean Shores events because…

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P90X Workout Schedules for Free in Training Peaks

NOTE: P90X3 is out now!  It is even more versatile with 30 minute workouts!  See those plans HERE ALSO SEE MY P90X2 PLANS IN TRAINING PEAKS HERE When you buy a copy of P90X, you get a nice workout calendar and a schedule that tells you what workouts to do on which day.  In addition,…

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Looking Back and Moving Forward

So, this morning while on the scale (which I use way too often), I was disappointed with the number that was shown on the digital readout. I really shouldn’t be surprised with the number given the way I have let my nutrition slip over the past few weeks leading up to the holidays. As some…

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Portland Game Plan Event – Live Tony Horton Workouts

For those of you that don’t know what a “Game Plan Event” is, let me fill you in. Team Beachbody puts on Game Plan Events for Team Beachbody Coaches to give them training on how to optimize their business and spread the word of fitness using the “Game Plan” (a ten point process developed by…

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Efficiency and Form vs. Strength and Power

This subject really goes hand in hand with the recent guest post on my site from Dave Cameron entitled “Looking Fast vs. Being Fast”. Dave talked about how being fast doesn’t always look fast and showed a before and after video of Shinji (the new CEO of Total Immersion). I want to dive into this…

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Product Review: The Vortex Portable Mixer

I have always hated going on travel and having to use my shaker cup to mix my Shakeology. It is just not as good as using a blender like I do at home. Same thing goes for my Recovery drinks. I had been thinking that I should look into some really good shaker cups (the…

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The Low Ingredient Diet

Some of you may remember me talking about the “low-ingredient diet” a few months ago. I got the idea from a note that Tony Horton posted on Facebook in July (2010) sometime. The note was written by someone named Scott Colby (see the note here) and talked about the idea of counting your total number…

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My Total Immersion Teacher Training Experience

This is my account of my experience at the Total Immersion Teacher Training in Minneapolis, MN where I earned the right to be called a Total Immersion Teaching Professional (TITP). I also posted this same blog on the Total Immersion site at www.totalimmersion.net. This was a CRAZY week for me and I was absolutely exhausted…

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Run Less, Lift More, Race Better…do P90X?

For all of you triathletes out there, there is an article on P110 of the August issue of Triathlete magazine entitled “Run Less, Lift More, Race Better”. Unfortunately, the article is not available online without a subscription…but it is available at your local news stand or in digital format online with a subscription. They have…

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Seafair Sprint Triathlon 2010 Race Report

So, I completed the Seafair Sprint Triathlon for the second time. It has been five years since I completed this race as my first triathlon following a weight loss contest in 2005. I was excited to get to race in this event again because I knew that the last 5 years of training have helped…

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