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Hi Coach Wayne, I just started checking out your website and I have to say it is pretty awesome. I just had a few questions. I weigh a little over 200 pounds and I wanted to get to my ideal weight of 120. I started with P90X but quit after a few days. Not because it was hard but because I had a hard time sticking with the nutrition plan. So instead I decided to do Power 90 but I find the workouts too easy. I barely break into a light sweat. I was wondering would the master series be a better option or can I do P90X. And what would you recommend nutrition wise, so that I can stick to eating healthy and not crave sweets and carbs.
Coach Wayne, I was thinking about getting either Power 90 bootcamp or Power 90 Master Series for my dad, who is in his mid 60's, as a Christmas gift. He had a surgery on his knee about a year ago but goes to the gym regularly (but Im not sure what he does at the gym exactly). I think he does some light weights and some cardio. Im pretty sure he couldnt do P90X at this point. Which program do you recommend? Bootcamp or Master Series? Thanks.
how do i go about getting a sinlge DVD from the set i bought it got it shipped to me and i cant seem to find it now that i started to do the workout
and advive on how to use them i might have a pair in my tool box in the garage.. or do you know where i might be able to find a article on it
hey coach, bought the power 90 MS today and the resistance bands cuz well my local military exchange dont got any good workout gearz. i bought it through ur site so u should get a nice little commission.. i do have a question for you. i wanna know how much body fact i actually have and i would like to figure out how to do the measurements so i aint just watching a scale and i am looking at what really matters. could ya help me out in that area.
also i was wondering if power 90 MS has a specfic work out schedule like p90x and insanity or nutrition plans or anything.
that is hard.. i grew up with that being the part of the meat ppl fought over like the skin on the chicken. any advice ya can give me for motivation with power 90? i see to be able to get through about a week of workouts and my drive goes elsewhere.. aint making excuses it is just me being lazy
hey coach, i will be buying the power 90 MS tommorrow hoping to get looking a lil like ya are... lol need to clean myself up but while i am waiting i started eating smaller meals aka 1 pork chop and some fresh carrots cooked on a forman grill each seasoned with salt and pepper nothing more. my ? really is should i be cutting the fat off the meat? we all know that it is the most flavorful part of the meat. and if i should cut it off before or after the meat is cooked?
what size dumbells would you reccomend me using for starting out as i dont want to go out an buy one of those huge set as i dont have that kinda cash laying around. any advice for picking the right weight/size?
do you feel the master series will give me what i need for getting in shape and weight loss? also is there any equipment i need for it? is it better for morning work outs or right before bed?
ok coach i got a question for you. i am seriously outta shape and i am in the military (bad me). we get fitness tests that i can pass and have yet to fail but i am seriosly outta shape and havent been within weight standard in years. i believe i am at round 30+ body fat but i manage to pass a rope and choke BMI. I was wondering which power 90 u reccomend for someone who has lived a higly lazy lifestyle.
Coach, hopefully you can help me here. Can you tell me what equipment the Power 90 Master Series requires? I don't have a way to do the pull-ups (or the ability yet, but that's beside the point) - not a door frame or power tower available. Hopefully one day, but not anytime soon. Also, might this be a good first program for a sedentary fellow looking to get back in shape after a LONG time off? From everything I am reading, P90X and Insanity are going to be too much for me just now. What do you think? Thanks!
Irja, you don't have to use Shakeology. You can still get good results. But I'd encourage you to read 2 articles I've written and consider how supplements affect your results = "Why Shakeology" = http://teamripped.com/why-shakeology "Are Supplements Necessary" = http://teamripped.com/are-supps-necessary
Hey Jason, P90 is probably the right choice for your dad. I'd recommend the Master series because the workouts are newer and have more variety.
Hey Steve, just call 1-800-240-0913 and see if they can help you out. I know they will replace defective discs for free, but not sure about lost discs. Just ask!
Yes Steve! That article I just referred you to that I wrote ("measuring body fat") tells you all that!!! Go read it :-)
Hey Steve. Thanks for ordering through me. I appreciate it! Read my article "measuring body fat" because all you need are some calipers (cheap on amazon.com) and the understanding of how to use them and you'll be on your way!
Hey Steve, you can cut it off either before or after you cook it, but you DEFINITELY need to NOT EAT the straight fat. I can't even stand the taste of it anyways -- all squishy and nasty! Gross! Don't think of it as flavorful -- it's straight up FAT!
Steve, it's impossible for me to say because some exercises will require small weights and others will need heavy weights in order to get a decent workout. If you dot want to get adjustable weights or at least an assortment of dumbbells, you'd be better off getting a set of bands because at least you'll have more than one level of resistance. Red my article "weights and reps I use" just to see how wide the range is that I use (P90 has the same approach as P90X with multiple exercises that work multiple muscle groups).
Yes Steve, if you will commit it will do the job! You'll need either dumbbells or resistance bands (I prefer dumbbells). And I always recommend working out in the mornings if that's possible for you (read my article "early morning workouts" for why!)
Hey Steve, you should consider the Power 90 masters series for starters, then move to P90X after you complete a round with it.
Hey Addy, there are no pullups with Power 90 so you are fine! If you've been sedentary for a while, Power 90 is a good choice. You'll need resistance bands or dumbbells for the lifting exercises. And of course a TV and DVD player :-).