Kicking it up a notch

I recently got a copy of Brazil Butt Lift and decided to combine it with my P90X classic routine. This means I am getting up around 7am, do the Brazil Butt Lift routines (for my pear shaped booooooty) and once back from work, the normal P90X Schedule in the evening before dinner.

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Finding the perfect shaker…

I have been on a quest to find a good shaker for both my protein shakes and my Results&Recovery Formula for a long time now. I tested a lot of shakers, from the cheapest plastic ones from the local grocery store to expensive and complicated thingamajigs from official body-building stores for which you almost need a manual in order to use (or clean for that matter). Either those thing couldn't even get through a simple session of shaking without spilling liquid all over or it took 15 minutes to take the things apart, clean then again about 15 minutes to figure out how to put the thing together again.

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Getting back on track!

Life is generally good. I just had another routine check-up and my MRI is not only still clean, my old lesions are still on the decline! While I have been falling of the wagon big time during Christmas and also fought some flue related incidents I am now back on track with my second round of P90X.

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When to give your body a rest and when to push through

A question that I see come up often in any kind of forum linked to fitness is if you should work out despite feeling sore or if you can still work out despite having a cold or the flue.

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Confuse your stomach – no really, do it!

If you all of a sudden stagnate in losing weight or leaning out you are probably under-eating. Eating and giving your body the exact amount it needs, without feeding it too much or too little is a really tricky task on itself. Pack this on top of the whole exercise routines and you face quite a challenge if you want to stay healthy and keep reforming your body.

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