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P90X Insanity Hybrid Results

This post was last updated on Jun 16, 2018 @ 12:47 pm
P90X Insanity Hybrid Results | by Coach Dave of TheFitClubNetwork.com

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P90X INSANITY HYBRID RESULTS: WEEK 1

Awhile back, I created a One on One P90X Insanity hybrid workout to change things up a bit. In this post, I’m sharing my P90X Insanity hybrid  results.

I’m using the spreadsheet I include on the workout page to track my daily progress (see link above). I enter my numbers for each day to gauge my progress on a daily and weekly basis. Here’s the scale I’m using:

5 Brought it! Very strong workout or perfect day of nutrition.100% solid. No compromises
4 Followed 80/20 Rule (link at right). A good day, but room for improvement.
3 Showed up + gave it some thought, but not 100%.
2 Incomplete. Weak or unfinished workout. At an apple and half a pizza.
1 Complete fail. Missed workout. At McDonalds and HoHo’s.

So here are my results after one week:

WEEK 1 [01/03]
Workout Nutrition
Insanity Pure Cardio 5 5
P90X Chest & Back, ARX 4 5
Insanity Plyo Cardio Circuit 4 5
One on One Yoga X MC2 5 4
One on One Base & Back, ARX 4 3
Insanity Cardio Pwr & Resistance 4 4
Rest* or X Stretch 4 4
Totals 30 30

All in all, pretty good. I started off the week very well with strong workouts and great nutrition. Thursday night was date night and dinner was not the worst, but not the best. We had friends in town on Friday and the same thing happened. A few glasses of wine, and…a 3 was what I earned. Can’t beat myself up about all that. I’m aiming for 80/20, so last week was a victory.

I just finished up Pure Cardio. I burned 415 calories during the first 38 mins, but I kept my heart rate monitor going after the workout was complete. At the 50 minute mark [the workout finishes at 39 mins], I had burned 536 calories. Keep post workout calorie burn in mind when you are calculating your net calories or calories burned during exercise. You’ll be amazed at how many you burn after you are done.

See you next week!

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Author: Dave

Father, retired attorney, cyclist (road & track), skier, surfer, recovered triathlete, half of a dynamic coaching team and co-founder of the Fit Club Network. Living my passion as an entrepreneur helping people achieve their fitness and financial goals.

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