Age 57 years, 4 months
Height: 5’6″ Weight: 145 lbs
168 cm 66kg
My goals for the next 60 days:
Reduce/eliminate the flab!
Weight: 135 lbs. 61kg
And here is the program that I’ll use to achieve my goals:
Ok so thats awesome that your doing Insanity! I downloaded Insanity off a website. It didnt come with Nutrition guidelines. The problem is i have no clue what to eat. So i eat veggies, lots of fruit, whole wheat everything which i might add is really gross. Im trying to tone my body not build muscle which i know is hard to build muscle if your a female. But my brother keeps telling me to drink protein shakes. Should I? Thank god for you schedule! It took me forever to find what to do each week and each day. Can you give me some tips on what to eat? Things that are cheap Thank you! have a great day!
Hey Maggie, (also my wife’s name, BTW!)
Thanks for stopping by. I have to admit that as of this reply (May 4, 2011) I’m still WAY BEHIND in posting everything to this blog. My plan is to show EVERYTHING I eat during the entire 60 days to give my readers some idea of what they can expect.
Quick answer: Breakfast during the week is pretty much the same every day – oatmeal with some kind of fruit @ 7:00 am. I like to work out right after walking my daughter to school and by the time that’s done I have my 10:00 am snack – I find figs or dates with sunflower seeds to be a great recovery meal.
For lunch, I like a cold salad – romaine lettuce, tomato, cucumber, green onion, whatever meat I have prepared for the day, with a mustard/apple cider vinegar dressing (no fat or calories).
2:00 pm is another snack time – a piece of fruit OR a chunk of cheese OR a handful of nuts… NOT all three.
4:30 is my main dinner. I’ll have a starch (rice, pasta OR potato), meat and either a cooked or fresh vegetable.
7:00 pm I’ll snack on nuts, fruits or fresh veggies or sauerkraut – depending on where I am in my calorie count for the day.
Please Note: THIS IS MY IDEAL! Do I stick to it ALL the time. Of course not (as you’ll see once I get all my daily meals posted… eventually)! But these are the goals I strive to hit and I know if I stay close to these targets, I’ll get stunning results!
However, you’ll notice I haven’t listed any dairy (outside of the occasional chunk of cheese) or any wheat products (outside of the occasional pasta). I experiment a lot with my own body and I’ve found that by reducing or eliminating wheat and dairy, I really do feel a difference for the better.
Also I drink LOTS of water – between 3-4 liters per day… almost up to a gallon!
On the weekends – either Saturday or Sunday – I’ll relax a bit and enjoy my ‘treats’. I’m still into my salt-and-sweets, with potato chips and M&M’s among my favs. It’s all about balance and moderation!
Hope this helps until I get caught up with posting my daily meals.
All the best from Toronto,
Where can I find your after pictures and results?
Mouse over the tabs at the top of the site where it says before and after pictures. The first drop-down menu has the final results showing the ‘Before’ and ‘After’ shots from April 4 through June 5, 2011. Hope this helps.
how can i print the scheddule
Thanks for stopping by. I’m glad you found this helpful resource. There should be some icons just above the schedule – one of which is a ‘printer’ icon where you should be able to print directly off the website. There should also be another ‘download’ icon where you will download the PDF to your computer and then print it. Either way will work.
Let me know if this helps.
Thank you russ am a 24 year old kenyan girl weighing 75 kg am on my 5th day and my body feels very sour but am determined all the way. Dint have the schedule and i realized I was doing it the wrong way . thanks for the schedule it has come in very handy.
Thank you for visiting and for taking the time to write. I like your attitude that even though you are sore, you are still determined to follow through with the program. You WILL succeed!
I also want you to know that there really is no right or wrong way to exercise. The fact that you are doing SOMETHING means you are on the right track. EVERY form of exercise works for someone some of the time. You just have to discover what works best for YOU!
The Insanity program definitely will challenge you both physically and mentally. Remember though that for the best results, you cannot rely on the exercise alone. Your nutrition as well as your thinking are equal partners in your process of getting into shape.
I’m glad you found the schedule helpful. Let me know if you need anything else.
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