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Tim D @tim4673

Come join me on Google+ at my Fitness and Well Being community. I am trying to build a more personal community where we can share goals, nutrition tips, fitness programs and other beneficial information to keep us motivated and on our path of health. Hope to see you there!!!

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Group to share #workouts, #fitness tips, and #nutrition tips including recipes, etc. #P90x #theRack #menshealth #excercise #womenshealth

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Tim D The toughest thing about working out that doesn't have to do with the actual physical activity part, is following a proper nutritional plan and sticking with it. It was the hardest thing I had to learn when I transitioned from playing sports to just regular training. But as I now know, its 150% crucial to the success of any program, for all you beginners don't skip this part. The second hardest part is the sleep and rest period; I know how one can overdo and push to the limits which I now know if you are exhausted does no good. Everyone keep up the good work, one day at a time!

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I agree 100% with you Tim!! Exercising is necessary but it is the smallest part of your day. If you do the math, what matters the most happens outside of the gym! 5% of you time is spent working out and 95% of your time is spent educating yourself about nutrition and motivation. My recommendation, if I may is to keep your eyes open on what you eat and motivate yourself. Best way of doing it? Get your family/friends/coworkers to support you. The only thing they need to do is to cheer and support you.. nothing else!!! My mantra: "Nothing worth pursuing happens overnight!" Therefore,and as you said: "Everyone keep up the good work, one day at a time!"

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Tim D Also if anyone is looking for a good free nutrition tracker that links up to your smart phone try www.loseit.com . You can actually take a pic of many supermarket barcodes and it will automatically add the nutritional and caloric values. This is a good site that I found helpful for tracking the nutritional aspect of the P90X.

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Tim D is taking the P90X Challenge

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Once again thank´s. Good one!!! I do jumping pullps.

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I am in my 3º week and I am really enjoy it. Am getting better each day.

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Thats Great! Congrats on starting, and keeping it going! Its pretty awesome. I have a few friends that have also done it, so I have gotten some pretty good feedback about the program. My personal experience is that when you cycle through the first 90 days is to realize that doing your best is all that matters. It took me a long long time to build up to doing pullups consistently without assistance. There is a product that I bought at Dicks Sporting goods that is a pullup band that you attach to the middle of the bar. You can adjust the bands as you progress in strength over time, works way better than using a chair for pullups in my opinion. For pushups one needs to just leave their pride at the door, and drop to your knees if need be. I always tell my wife this. Work within your current capabilities and set a goal where you want to be. for E.g do 10 regular pushups, and bust out the remainder till failure on your knees. I still do this when I have maxed myself out. Setting short term goals is as important as the long term. In other words you want to get to 15 pushups w/out assistance, but set an easier goal for example that you will be able to do 8 w/out assistance by week 5. I don't know thats my 2 cents. If I can help you or if you have any questions about it, let me know.

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