Study Date

Time for a little one on one with my man Tony. I’m working on really getting my meal plans to perfection and studying the moves so I am engaging all of my muscles. This book is my new best friend- lots of great info esp if you are just starting.
Word to the wise, order it from Beachbody. I saw it in Walmart for $27!! It’s on BB for like $16! If you’re going to do something, might as well do it right! Then I am hopping on our team call to discuss how are you going to changes lives!!! ❤
Keep pushing play! Keep working at it! Rome wasn’t built in a day 🙂
If you need help, please email me! I can add you to our support group as well, just go here!
PS while Im working out…Sydney is doing this….NOTHING. Little lazy brat lol but she’s so dang cute!!

Meal Plan

5:30am – workout (cardio or weights, depending on the day)
7am – breakfast (1/2 c oatmeal, 1/2 c fat free cottage cheese, green tea)
8am –work!
10am – snack at work (protein bar or shake)
1pm – lunch (grilled chicken, steam veggies, greek yogurt)
4:30pm- snack (fat free cottage cheese)
6pm – workout (if I didn’t make it to the gym in the morning)
7pm – dinner (grilled chicken or egg whites, 1/2 sweet potato)
10pm – snack (only if I’m super hungry)

P90X from a Women’s Perspective

P90X: A Woman’s Perspective

Expectations: I started P90X with the desire to become more fit, stronger, lower my body fat ratio, firm up my lower body for bathing suit wear, and gain endurance/balance!
Background: I’m 5’3” and was a 20 lbs over my goal weight at the start of the program = def room for improvement.
Gear: Not much! I started with 5 & 10lb weights, a yoga mat and a pull-up bar. You can use more/less weights a yoga block and new work-out clothes are always fun! 

Support: Bombshell Dynasty Support Group!

Synopsis of my final thoughts:
Completing P90X has been a true feat of persistence, drive, and stick-to-it-ness. I am very proud of the strength that I’ve gained and the things that I’ve learned about how to keep my body in the best shape I possibly can. However, here are my observations and frustrations.

1. The Learning Curve
There are a lot of things I just hadn’t spent a lot of time doing before the program.
For example, I found out half-way through the program that I was not using the proper technique for pull-ups (something I have little familiarity with). Similarly, having only limited experience with kick-boxing, for the first two phases, I was mainly punching from my arm instead of my full body, and not using my glutes to maximize my kicks. It is sometimes difficult to understand exactly how/which Tony is using his muscles in the video, and if you don’t have surrounding mirrors, it is difficult to see your form, let alone modify! Pull-ups and Kenpo kicks are just a few of the things I had to learn, and had I previous knowledge of the best way to do these, I would have gotten much more out of the program.

Moral of the story: There is only so much you can glean from a 2D screen. Use mirrors! Or, have a workout Buddy critique your form. Take the time to watch Tony do and talk about the move before you try it, and listen carefully to his instructions! Feel free to take breaks to familiarize yourself with the material so you can do it better.

2. Legs and Glutes
The P90X workout focuses A LOT on the upper body and core; and much less on legs and glutes. If I were going to change this program for women, I would have a legs/glutes day instead of one of the shoulders/arms/chest/back days. Plyometrics (and Kenpo, for that matter) is great for your legs and butt, however, I’d prefer to also have a workout that specifically targets the glutes and legs as the main focus – not as overall endurance as the man focus. That being said, I feel like my glutes are stronger, but their strength has not increased as much as my beefcakey arms, shoulders, and back!

Moral of the story: Use Plyo and Kenpo to maximize your leg workouts. Get DEEP into all lunges and squats (add weight whenever you can), and kick focusing on the glute as the beginning of the extension (don’t default to the quads and hamstrings). Also, if you have time (and are crazy), add running. That will really help your legs/butt get leaner and stronger. Im also using Brazilian Butt Lift!!

3. Weight Loss
Weigh yourself every 30 days, but don’t focus on the scale!!! A lot of that weight converts to muscle. Measure your inches!!!

Did I follow the P90X diet guide? The answer is yes, yes I did, starting in Phase 2. I went for the “Lean” diet with a slight calorie deficit (500k) and a strong determination. I cataloged each calorie (using, and used the portion method with the meal options as ideas to guide my eating. Daily, I ate fresh, organic food (mostly raw veggies, fruit, turkey and lots of Greek Yogurt and Go Lean Crunch! Cereal). I did allow myself a good meal or an occasional beer, but almost no sodas (probably a total of 3 during the whole time), mainly water, tea, and occasional fruit juice (if I was really low on sugar). Listening to your body!!! I started eating more. It is virtually impossible to not eat or to operate on any significant calorie deficit if you “Do your Best” in each workout and have extra cardio three times a week. You need all of those calories (and more)!!!

Moral of the story: Don’t weigh yourself every day. Do your best in workouts, count calories (but don’t obsess about them), eat when you’re hungry (but only eat healthy things!). Add extra cardio (of dancing, running etc) if you want to increase your metabolism more and burn some extra calories during the day. If you start “bonking,” and can’t make it through your work outs, and a carb (whole grain). And, of course, DRINK LOTS OF WATER.

4. Have a Workout Buddy and Keep Pressing Play!
How do you maintain your enthusiasm for this program? It is very difficult to add an extra 1.5 hours of stuff to an already busy day. I have a full time job and have a pressing social calendar. At times, completing a workout was nearly unbearable…however, I had the good fortune of fellow X-er to commiserate from Day 1 to Day 90. Start your experience together, and call each other before and after workouts for encouragement and contemplation on how to achieve better results, use better technique, and make it through the day. 

Moral of the story: Have someone do the workout with you! S/he doesn’t even have to live in the same city for both of you to benefit. However, make you and your work-out buddy follow a somewhat similar schedule, and be sure there are XRewards associated with achieving small and major goals. (ie, plan a trip or event to celebrate your achievement).

5. Would I recommend P90X?
Absolutely! This is one work-out program I’ve been most successful at doing, consistently, at a high intensity for a full three months. That kind of accomplishment is tremendous.

I would recommend it to all ages, body types, ratios, providing that you have enough time to truly devote yourself to it! Part of this system is really trying to “Do your best (and forget the rest),” and if you can’t do that, then you probably should think of another way or a shorter type of work out. Anyone can modify the exercises to suit their intensity level. Even when you get Plyo down, you can always go deeper and jump higher.

6. My biggest Results
Legs: Legs are stronger, more firm.
Butt: Now able to do side-arm-balance with a leg raise.
Arms: Beefcake galore! Do you have tickets?
Abs: getting there!
Shoulders: People stop and stare lol jk!!

Nota Bene: I was NOT very flexible upon starting the program.
Hamstrings: Need a yoga block to get a few more inches in Seated hamstring stretch
Calves: Heels get much closer to the floor on Downward Dog
Back/Spine: Incredible difference.

FINAL THOUGHT: TAKE A BEFORE PICTURE!! You will be proud of your progress, believe me. Even if you don’t share it with anyone, despite their yearning, you’ll want to have it. Take pictures after each phase. 🙂

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Traveling with P90X!

Hey guys, I found this great article from a fellow P90Xers for all of your travelers! Check it out!! 

I’ve been getting a lot of emails from P90xers lately regarding this site and their specific nutritional challenges. A common theme is that many of you are trying to figure out how to manage P90x while you are traveling and staying in hotels. This is especially challenging for folks who are home on the weekends but gone during the week. Here are a few ideas I’ve pulled together for those of you who are trying to manage P90x nutrition while away from home.
I’ve made two assumptions: 1) that you can take an ice chest with you and 2) you have access to a microwave in your hotel (either in the room, or in a common-use room. If you’re not sure, ask at your hotel. Many will have a microwave they’ll let you use if you ask nicely!).
The key here is keeping track of your portions and planning ahead. Sit down before you leave and plan out what you are going to eat each day you’re gone to make sure you have the supplies you need.
– Ice chest
– Tupperware/lunch bag to pack lunch items in (if necessary)
– Magic Bullet (if you want to invest in one of these, it would be handy to have so that you could make protein shakes in your hotel room. Not critical, though, if you don’t want to spend the $$)

Take along:
– Whole wheat tortillas
– Protein bars (I use Atkins Advantage bars)
– Protein powder (to help you get in enough protein servings. I use GNC 100% Whey protein)
– Recovery powder (I use Accelerade)
– Nuts (for snack)
– Canned olives (for your fat serving – if you like them. Or you can use avocado)
In your ice chest:
– Condiments: fat-free salad dressing, salsa, BBQ sauce, ketchup and mustard
– Bag of low-fat already-shredded cheddar cheese (I get the bagged cheese made with 2% milk)
– Bag of pre-washed lettuce or spinach (bag salad mix)
– Your fruit of choice (apples and pears keep well – you can also get some others at supermarkets on the road for variety)
– I’d do Green Giant vegetables. Do the no-sauce ones listed on this page: You can steam them right in your hotel microwave, and 1 cup of cooked vegis is one vegi serving.
– Pre-cooked items that you can heat up in the microwave. (See list of ideas below.)
I’d freeze them all so that they start out the week frozen, then if they thaw some during the week you won’t be concerned. I’ve done some research on how long non-frozen prepared foods keep at refrigerated temperatures, and everyone says 72 hours max. So if you made food on Sunday without freezing it, it’d last you till Wednesday. I’m thinking that means that if you froze it overnight and then packed it in your ice chest, and renewed the ice every other day, it’d probably last you all week. You’ll have to use your judgment regarding how long you can keep each type of food.
Take-along lunches you can pack in the hotel room:
– Already-cooked deli ham and turkey. Either slices, or chunk ham or turkey. I buy the chunk turkey ham and smoked turkey and then cut it into thicker strips to put in my hubby’s lunches. 3 oz. is one protein serving, so if necessary you can get your protein from this without heating anything up.
– V-8 – My hubby doesn’t care for vegis, so this has been a lifesaver for him. He’ll pound 1 low-sodium V-8 to get in one of his daily vegi servings. Try not to do this for more than 1 vegi serving, as part of the point of the vegis are the fiber and filling you up, and you want to switch things up so that your body is confused.
– Salad. Buy bag salad at the store and then you can pack a salad to take with you. The handy thing about this is it doesn’t require refrigeration, and you can put cut up ham, turkey, egg whites, cheese, olives on it.
– Already sliced vegis (you can buy them pre-sliced) or just buy baby carrots, broccoli, cherry tomatoes. Then take along dressing for dipping.
– Pre-packaged low-fat string cheese
My hubby usually has a protein bar and a V-8 for his morning snack, and 50 calories worth of nuts for his second snack.
Weekend Make-Ahead:
Here are some things you can cook before you go and take with you in your ice chest.
– Hard boiled eggs.
– Easy BBQ Chicken. Make a huge batch of this and freeze it, then reheat in the microwave for a protein serving.
– Burnt Green Beans My mother-in-law cooks a big batch of these and then eats on them for days at a time. My hubby doesn’t like vegis, but he loves these.
– Ground Beef for tacos. You’ll use your shredded cheddar cheese, tortillas and salsa for this.
– Cook turkey bacon. This can be eaten straight, added to your salad (handy, as 2 slices is a whole protein serving) or used as an ingredient to breakfast burritos.
– Eggs – just scramble them and then freeze them. Then you can combine with your cheddar cheese, tortilla, turkey bacon, and perhaps salsa for breakfast burritos. Or combine without the tortilla if you’re going to use your carb serving later in the day.
– Hamburger/Turkey patties – Assemble and cook them ahead of time, then freeze.
– BBQ Meatballs – Cook and freeze.
In a pinch:
– Walk into a supermarket and get a frozen dinner based on the list at the back of the nutrition guide. This should be a last resort as it’s rather hard to estimate how these fit into the portion approach.
– In a restaurant order grilled chicken or fish and ask them what they put on it (no butter). Eat steamed vegis on the side.
– Walk into a Denny’s and ask for an egg white omelet. Have them add any vegis that you don’t mind – spinach, mushrooms, peppers. You can bring your own low-fat cheese and sprinkle it over the top.
– Fast foods – I’d stick with the salads in Phase 1. Use the back of the nutrition guide to determine which you choose, and bring your own dressing.
The hardest part is determining when you want to use that precious carb serving during the day! Do you prefer it as a tortilla for breakfast? Two slices of bread for a sandwich for lunch? Tortillas for tacos at dinner? The key is just keeping track and making sure that you don’t go overboard on the carbs, which is easy to do when away from home.
I have to say it again – keep track of what you’re eating, and make sure you are sticking to your portions. It is very easy to get very off the recommended diet if you aren’t paying attention not only to the healthiness of what you eat, but the number and size of portions.
Anyway, I hope these ideas are helpful to you, and give you a starting point! – CJ =)

Homemade Protein Bars


  • 4 cups oats (the slow cook kind, not instant)
  • 6 scoops chocolate whey protein
  • 3 heaping Tablespoons UNSWEETENED baking cocoa
  • 1/3 cup sugar-free maple syrup
  • 3/4 cup no-sugar added applesauce
  • 3 tsp cinnamon
  • 2 cups chopped/slivered almonds, toasted in a skillet until light brown
  • 1 cup low-fat peanut butter
  • 2 Tablespoons vanilla extract
  • 1 cup raisins or craisins
  • water, added 1 T at a time

Mix your wet ingredients together in one bowl and do the same for the dry. Then slowly combine the two and mix well (I use my dough hooks on my beaters because it’s VERY THICK). Add water 1 Tablespoon at a time until it’s not dry and crumbly. Too much water and you’ll be sticky city. Dump onto a cookie sheet and press flat with wet hands. Cut into rectangles with pizza cutter. Makes 18 bars. I like to make a double batch, freeze them in baggies and then pull them out as I go. Delish!
Nutritional information (COMPARE mine / P90x protein bar)
calories: 294/ 260, fat: 15.3 g /7 g, carbs: 29 g/ 31 g, sugar: 12 g /23 g, protein: 16.7 g/ 20 g

P90x Nutrition Plan Portions:
1 Protein Bar is 1 Double Snack serving, 1/2 bar is 1 Single Snack serving.

Portabella Pizza Bites

Hold onto your hats kids because these are a real treat!! There IS a place for pizza in your P90x nutrition plan, even if you’re in Phase 1. We Xers are always looking for good food carriers that don’t involve the carbs! You can use the big ones or the small little guys scream appetizer, so consider these if you’re ever looking for a tasty P90x friendly appetizer for a party. =)

Portabella Pizza Bites


  • 6 mini Portabella mushrooms (or 2 large Portabella mushroom caps)
  • 1/2 cup marinara sauce (if all you have is a tomato, you can try Xed Pizza Sauce- see below!)
  • 1/2 oz. turkey pepperoni (approx. 6 slices)
  • 2 oz. black olives
  • 3 oz. low-fat Mozzarella cheese
  • 1 egg white
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Clean mushrooms and scoop out the insides and stem with a spoon. Place on baking pan and bake for 7 minutes.  While mushrooms are baking, grate Mozzarella, and combine in a bowl with one egg white. (Usually low-fat cheese has trouble melting, so this technique helps the cheese melt while adding a bit of protein.) Remove mushrooms from oven, and turn the broiler to High. On the mushrooms layer pizza sauce, cheese mixture, olives, and pepperoni slices. Return pan to oven and broil on High for 3 minutes or until cheese has melted and started to brown.
P90x Nutrition Plan Servings:
6 mushrooms provide 1 1/2 vegi servings, 1/2 protein serving, 1/2 fat serving, 2 dairy servings.
P.S. When cleaning your mushroom, don’t rinse them under water like I did – mushrooms are very absorbent, and I found that mine came out a bit watery.  I’ve since learned that you should just brush the dirt off of them with a cloth or paper towel.

Ingredients for Xed Pizza Sauce:

  • 1 Roma tomato
  • 1 tsp. Italian seasoning
  • 1/8 tsp. garlic powder
  • 1/4 tsp. red pepper flakes
  • salt to taste

Chop tomato into small pieces, put in a microwave-safe bowl, and microwave for 1 minute on High. Transfer tomatoes into blender, add Italian seasoning, garlic powder, red pepper flakes, and salt to taste. Blend on high until smooth. Transfer back to bowl, and microwave for 1 additional minute on High.

Asian PB2 Chicken

Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.
Making small changes in your diet can make a BIG difference! Start your day by drinking 2 glasses of water first thing in the morning!  And try some new recipes- you just might surprise yourself! I find that going with the healthier options not only TASTE better, but you will FEEL so much better physically! 🙂


At a glance
4 Tbsp: PB2
2 tsp: Crushed fresh garlic
2 tsp: Grated fresh ginger
4 Tbsp: Light soy sauce
1/4 cup: Sliced scallions
1 cup: Water
1 Tbsp: Dijon mustard
2 tsp (to taste): Asian chili sauce or hot sauce
1 cup: Low-fat buttermilk
1/4 tsp: Pepper, salt
1 lb: Boneless skinless chick breast
1/4 cup: Fresh cilantro leaves

Mix together first 8 ingredients to make dipping sauce and set aside. Put chicken, salt, pepper, buttermilk and a third of the dipping sauce into a resealable bag and shake to coat. Marinate in fridge for up to 6 hours. (Refrigerate the rest of the dipping sauce, too). Remove chicken from bag, shake off excess and grill in a very hot pan or on a grill, (sprayed with non-stick spray) for 5 minutes on each side until cooked through. Garnish with chopped cilantro. Serve with dipping sauce on the side. Add more or less chili sauce to the dipping sauce, depending on how spicy you like your food.

Additional Tips

Serve with a side of steamed rice and lightly steamed vegetables – like snow peas or baby bok choy.

How much do you know about FAT?

We always talk about how we want to lose weight. But that’s not really what we mean. When we talk about losing weight, we’re really talking about losing fat, getting rid of the spare tire, turning the keg into a six-pack. It’s about more than getting ready for swimsuit season or squeezing back into your “skinny” jeans, though. More importantly, it’s about having a healthy amount of body fat so we don’t put ourselves at risk for myriad diseases. After all, our bodies need some fat. Fat is responsible for regulating our body temperature. It insulates our vital organs. It stores energy our bodies draw on to function. Not to mention everyone wants a few strategically placed curves and you can’t get them with just bone and muscle. So what exactly is a healthy amount of body fat?
Woman Squezzing Thigh

  1. What is body fat percentage? It’s simple enough. It’s the amount of adipose tissue (body fat) we carry compared to our weight. A 160-pound person who is carrying 32 pounds of fat would be said to have 20 percent body fat. We all want to be working toward an ideal body fat percentage, staying within a range where we carry enough fat to feel and look healthy, but not so much that we develop the health issues associated with obesity, including hypertension, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, stroke, and cancer. So what are the ideal ranges, and what are the best ways to get rid of unwanted excess adipose tissue, aka body fat?

    Most organizations classify a healthy body fat percentage as 20 to 25 percent for women and 8 to 15 percent for men. Women who have more than 30 percent body fat and men with more than 25 percent are generally classified as obese. There can be some variations that are still considered healthy. Athletes will tend to have less body fat, for example; however, below a certain point, low body fat can be as dangerous as high body fat. 

    There are various ways to calculate body fat percentage, with varying degrees of accuracy and expense. Many clinics offer what they describe as the only, truly accurate readings, derived from water displacement, ultrasonic, or X-ray tests. Much simpler than that are many home body fat scales. While simple, they are fairly inaccurate. The best home device is an inexpensive and simple test using skinfold calipers. These calipers measure folds of skin at various parts of the body and provide an estimate of body fat percentage based on those measurements. 

    Inaccurate or not, most trainers recommend using some sort of body fat calculation in addition to being weighed on a scale. For most of us, though, true accuracy isn’t that important, just as long as we’re sure our body fat percentages are going down. We can starve ourselves and lose weight to reach that goal, but a lot of that loss will be muscle loss and won’t give us the healthy look or feeling most of us seek.
  2. ChaLEAN ExtremeMuscle burns fat. One reason we want to be cognizant of our body fat loss, as opposed to mere weight loss, is because muscles burn calories, and if we lose muscle, it will make burning calories—and, by extension, fat—much more difficult. Because the more muscle you have, the more calories you will burn—even when you’re resting! So it’s important to follow an exercise program that combines resistance activities, like weight lifting, that build muscle with aerobic cardio activities that burn calories. This combination is key to the success of Beachbody’s programs, including Chalene Johnson’s ChaLEAN Extreme®

    The really good news is that when you exercise, your body begins turning stored fat into glucose for fuel before it begins breaking down muscle for fuel. This is why high-level athletes can eat so much and still stay sleek. Take Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps’s 12,000-calorie-a-day training diet, for example. Because he has such a low percentage of body fat, he has to provide his body with enough fuel or his body will begin breaking down the proteins in his muscle, since it’s pretty much out of body fat to use for fuel. During newsletter chats and on the Message Boards, P90X graduates often complain of an ammonia-like smell after working out. That smell is indicative of the protein breakdown that occurs when their elite new low-fat bodies have begun tapping into muscle for fuel. It generally means they need to start eating more to make it through the workouts—a problem most of us would love to have! Most of us aren’t dealing with the problems of elite athletes trying to get enough fuel, though; we’re just trying to get our bodies to approach that kind of shape. 

    One popular exercise myth is that if we’re trying to lose body fat, we should just do lots of cardio and sweat and burn fat, then build muscle later. That’s a sort of “lose weight now, get in shape later” approach. There’s some truth there. The more we exercise, the more calories we expend and the sooner our bodies tap into our fat stores for energy. But by building up muscle, in addition to doing cardio activity, we can burn a lot more calories, even while we’re at rest, and maximize the calorie burn during cardio. Plus, when the stored fat begins to melt off, there will be lean, sexy muscle in its place.
  3. How diet affects body-fat composition. Something we’ve discussed before is the myth that dietary fat contributes to body fat. This is only half true. The fact is that body fat, or adipose tissue, comes from stored calories. Your body fat doesn’t care whether the calories come from fat, protein, or carbs. Don’t believe me? Try drinking a six-pack of fat-free beer every day—you’ll have a pony keg under your shirt in no time. The “beer belly” comes by its name honestly, and beer doesn’t have a gram of fat in it. Neither does soda, and it’s one of the main culprits behind the obesity crisis. 

    Fat does have more calories per gram than either carbohydrates or protein do, so it’s wise to monitor the amount of fat in your diet, but if it’s healthy fat, like the kind found in avocados, olive oil, fish, or nuts, there’s no reason to exclude it from your diet. It’s wise to avoid saturated and trans fats, but that has more to do with lipids in your blood, not the composition of adipose tissue.
  4. Woman Measuring Her WaistCan you target areas where you want to burn body fat? There’s a French proverb that says that sooner or later, every woman must choose between her face and her bottom. What this means is that it’s a myth that you can target one area of your body over another for fat loss. While we may mainly want to get rid of our guts or slim down our thighs, our bodies are largely democratic about where they take stored fat from—they take it from all over. 

    If you’ve seen Madonna lately, you can see the results of her latest workout regimen. She has incredibly low body fat, but her face has lost its fat as well, making her bone structure appear more prominent, with a more sunken appearance (although it looks like some cosmetic procedures may have helped her fill it out somewhat). So if you ever see advertising for any product that claims to burn fat off one part of your body and not others, it’s over-promising. You can target specific muscle groups with exercise, but fat burning is a more generalized proposition.
Any activity will go a long way toward reducing body fat percentage. And health professionals advise that even a modest decrease in body fat percentage will have extraordinary health benefits. So even if achieving that ideal “supermodel” weight seems impossible, you can really enhance your quality of life by making a few minor changes in your activity level and diet. Engaging in a comprehensive program like ChaLEAN Extreme, which encompasses resistance training and aerobic exercise as well as a healthy diet, is a great place to start. Here’s to seeing less of us!