What’s really awesome though, is that in the full version of the Infomercial (CLICK HERE), you will see not only me, but several other teamRIPPED Success Stories. In fact, people I’ve coached are now on the infomercials for Power 90, P90X, P90X2, Insanity, and Asylum! Nothing could make me more proud as a coach!!!
TeamRIPPED knows how to BRING IT!!
I am Wayne Wyatt, an Independent 8-Star Diamond Beachbody Coach and Beachbody’s TOP COACH 2011 and 2012. I started the teamRIPPED community after getting awesome results with P90X! It started as a small community of people who wanted to follow in my footsteps and get extreme results with P90X, but teamRIPPED has since grown into the largest community of people working together and encouraging each other with ALL of the Beachbody programs, nutrition, and supplements.
I am here to help you set goals, stay focused on your goals, and REACH those goals!
teamRIPPED isn’t about me. It’s about YOU!! teamRIPPED is a community of people pushing themselves, motivating each other, and teaming up to take the P90X and Insanity world by storm! We are unrivaled in turning out amazing transformations. We are extreme. We focus on details that get the maximum results. Good isn’t good enough. We want to be the best! And we are! We win the Beachbody Challenge monthly transformation contest just about every single month! It’s insane!!! And just look at our Hall of Fame to see what teamRIPPED is doing!
And there’s more — I’m proud to have my wife coaching on teamRIPPED with me! We approach our fitness from different perspectives, and by working as a team, we can better serve teamRIPPED community! I am an expert on the hardcore Beachbody fitness programs. My wife, Anita, has tips and advice for the ladies, especially when it comes to Turbo Fire and Chalean Extreme. Together we are a unique resource that can help you meet your specific needs and reach your specific goals! To learn more about signing up with one of us and becoming an official teamRIPPED member, CLICK HERE!
What I DON’T want from you =
1) Your money. I’m not in this for your money. I want to help you reach all your goals while being a good steward of you money and staying in your budget.
2) Your excuses. If you like making excuses, go somewhere else!
What I DO want from you =
1) Your commitment. Commit to me, to the workouts, to the nutrition, and to the supplements and we will accomplish amazing things.
2) Your heart. Get passionate about it! Get fired up! Plug in and encourage the other members of teamRIPPED. That’s what makes us better than the rest!
As a former college football player, I know the value of great coaching and great teamwork. My job, as your coach, is to help you get off the sidelines and get in the game. I got amazing results (some said I set the new standard!) when I committed to P90X, and it’s what I want for everyone who joins teamRIPPED! And by the way, it doesn’t cost you anything – IT’S FREE! You just provide the sweat and hard work! Are you ready to bring it? Will you commit to leave it all on the field? Then let’s go! I will keep you on track with motivation, accountability, workout tips, nutrition tips, and some healthy perspectives on life. Bring It!!
Do you want results like I’ve had? It’s not easy. It’s total 100% dedication to the workouts, the nutrition, and the supplements. If you are serious about changing your life, and if you will commit to us, we will commit to you. We will help you reach your fitness goals … and beyond! At teamRIPPED, our success as coaches is measured by YOUR success!Do you want to join teamRIPPED?? *CLICK HERE* for more info on how to make it happen!
Do you have Questions? Post them in the comments section of this or any other post and I will be glad to answer them.
How does this website work? Well, there are blog sections (motivation, workouts, nutrition, etc.) that I post blogs in with my advice and tips. There are drop-down menus at the top that have links to Beachbody products you can buy (but before you buy something please ask me or read my reviews, because there are many things you probably don’t need in order to be successful and I can help you budget your money wisely), and there are some drop-down menus that link to my story and what I think are the most important things to know about using the workout programs and supplements. Enjoy looking around!
Above Picture = Me headlining the Beachbody.com website! In 1 year I went from watching Success Stories to being a Success Story! It’s real! And it works! I proved it. Now you can too!
CoachWayne, Just started up p90x after 1.5 years of being sedentary (I had completed 2 rounds of p90x before). So as I assumed I am in terrible shape, however when I first did p90x I chose to skip yoga due to its length, this time I am doing it but i am having a very DIFFICULT time doing it. Mostly the warrior poses burn my legs soooo much i Just cant keep up. What can I do here? I can only get maybe 20 mins of the 1hr 30 that is Yogax. :(
Coach Wayne I am 15 years old and I have done insanity, insanity asylum and insanity asylum hybrid. But I want strength for basketball and I just stared p90x love the workout but the plyometrics is too easy. So instead can I do vertical plyo from asylum. And speed and agility for kenpo X. Would doing all this cardio make me lose muscles?
Hey Coach Wayne, after seeing your success story I wanted to meet you. I added you as my coach not too long ago and was wanting for you to check out my profile. It's nice to be a member of TEAM RIPPED!
Hello im 5'11 and weigh 160 and I'm looking to get extremely muscular, also like E Bird im using supplements (Which supplemts would you recommend for getting the best results) which program would you recommend? I started Tapout XT but stopped because of the results and the trainer ugh he was terrible :P
Hello I'm wondering what program I should use to gain myself like yourself I was thinking P90X2 with some supplements (Shakeology, BioRythm Big Blue, etc. also what would you recomend for supplements to gain a lot of muscle)
I'm 15 years old, and doing Body Beast. When I calculated my caloric intake for Body Beast it said I needed an intake of 2333 calories a day. Just wondering if I should follow that number, or increase due to my young age. Just wondering if age does matter and what my intake should be to gain a good amount of mass with the program.
I finished P90X the beginning of Jan 13. Went from 250 to 220. I am now on Insanity but I feel like im missing out on not having weights. Im currently 211lbs. I also run 10-12 miles a week. I had my BF measured and was told I am 12.06% right now. I am 5'9" -5'10" on a good day. I feel like my eating is good to very good. I want to get rid of the rest of my belly fat and get my chest looking more like a mans chest. Do you recommend me finishing out Insanity or switching to a hybrid of p90x/insanity? im in week 2 of insanity (actually 3rd but had to start over due to sickness). thanks!!!
@bruno1996What a great question! In fact, there is so much that goes into answering this question that I have an entire tab dedicated to helping you maximize your nutrition plan, calculate your calories, know what to eat, when to eat, and even sample diets depending on your goals. So you are in luck! You just have to commit to reading it and applying it! Here you go = http://teamripped.com/nutrition-all-in-one/
@Elijah Niles Two workouts a day? That would be pointless for bulking. You wouldn't want to burn that many calories or it would be almost impossible to maintain a surplus. If you want to bulk, do Body Beast as is.
@E Bird You can still make good changes in your life. I would recommend really talking with your parents and doctor though. Your needs will be different than that of an adult. See: www.teamripped.com/4-adults-only
I would pick a program like Body Beast if you want to pack on mass. Building mass is all about eating enough to overcome your maintenance need. A lot of naturally smaller guys have to eat A LOT! Work on dialing in a surplus that allows you to gain about 1-1.5 lbs a week. Beast has a full nutrition guide that is great for bulking.
@E Bird The best gaining program has to be Body Beast. That is exactly what it is designed for. You can use X2, but you will have to do more modifying of the program than you'd have to do with Beast. Body Beast is all about hypertrophy. For supps, still the basics - Shakeology, whey, creatine, and then TONS of food! You have to eat big to get big.
@dhundley79 I recommend really dialing in your nutrition. Both programs will work well (lifting is mt preference too), but the only reason we hold on to fat is that we aren't precise with our nutrition. It's not enough to feel like our eating is good. We have to KNOW it's good. Check out: http://teamripped.com/nutrition-tracking
@OmarIhabMoawad@KhaledEldeeb Great man! The only real difference is that you can't have a real TBB account without an address from the US or Canada. Tha doesn't change how you can use me as your coach. Get plugged in on the site, comments, ask questions!
@CoachWayne I have been using MFP since the beginning. Would you be able to take a look at my diary and let me know your opinion? Is there a benefit of me staying in Insanity vs the Hybrid? thank you so much for what you do. I know that when I get my body where it needs to be I will passing on my knowledge to those in my position now.
@CoachWayne I was reading on the dialing it in about not logging workouts. When I run should i still log these since these are not a part of the p90x/insanity hybrid? thank you so much for your help. i also sent you an email.
@dhundley79 First off, you can change your macros to show the exact number of grams of P/C/F you need. Much easier to read (http://teamripped.com/myfitnesspal-set-up). Just keep dialing up your portions of protein and cut the carbs where you can. Play around with each upcoming the day the night before and find the portions that fit!
@CoachWayne thank you. dhundley79 on MFP. This week has been where I feel I have made most of my change for the diet. I will be switching to hybrids on Monday. Ive been told by a lot of people to stick with insanity and finish it before trying the hybrid but I keep coming back to it. I guess its like faith - you sometimes have to let go and be led. thank you again
@dhundley79 I think lifting is better than pure cardio, so if you are willing to change things up, P90X/Insanity would be great. Email me your MFP screenname or post it and I can gladly take a look. Make sure your settings for your diary are public though!