Monday, March 8, 2010

What to do after P90X?

It's Fit Club Monday! Most people have seen the infomercial for P90X! It's a great workout and I have done it 3 times with great results! I am now doing a hybrid version of X/Insanity. Boy, it's hard, but I am loving it! If you have done P90X, you probably wonder, what do I do now? If you want to start over again - do it! Your results will just continue to come, but if you are looking for something new, check out Tony Horton's One on One.

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Fit Club Monday Recipe:

Guilt Free Fries from The Skinnygirl Dish by Bethenny Frankel
Potatoes are a starchy vegetable, but they are still a nutrient-dense vegetable, so I'm including this semmingly decadent but actually good-investment recipe for fries. Skip the fast food and make these at home. You'll be glad you did.

Serves 4
4 baking potatoes
1 tbsp olive oil
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp black pepper
1/2 tsp paprika

1. Preheat theoven to 425* F. Cut the potatoes into wedges or strips, leaving the skins on. Toss them with the olive oil, salt and pepper. Arrange them in a single layer on a foil-lined baking sheet. Sprinkle with the paprika.

2. Bake for 25-45 mins or until the potatoes are crisp. Serve hot.

Use-what you have variations:

Variation 1 - instead of baking potatoes try: Yukon Gold, Sweet potatoes or yams or fingerling potatoes cut in half

Variation 2 - instead of olive oil, try any other cooking oil

Variation 3 - instead of salt, try any seasoning salt

Variation 4 - instead of paprika try: garlic powder, ground cumin, chopped fresh herbs, cinnamon (for sweet potato option), any seasoning mix .

Make today your Fit Club Monday - push play, workout, dance around to the workout song of the day. Just MOVE!!!!


  1. I'm actually terrified of this program!

  2. Blueviolet - are you terrified of
    P90X or the one on one's? maybe both? Don't be terrified. They are do-able for everyone, you might just need to modify some of the moves. It's all good and if this isn't for you, that is okay too! Just do what you love - just be active and moving every day!

  3. Hmmm..not sure I could handle listening to Tony everyday! HAHA.

    I love to make oven yam fries, but I have not tried it with cinnamon....sounds yummy!

    Just curious, when you are doing P90X and Insanity, how many calories do you consume each day? Maybe you could write a post about what you eat in a typical day, including % protein, % carb, % fat? Just a thought. I'm always wondeting if I'm on the right track with my diet!

  4. hey ive found my way here from the lady bloggers (im participating in the tea party!).
    ill totally be back next monday... you're inspiring me to get fit already!

  5. I have heard that the Yoga One on One with Tony Horton is a much better workout than the Yoga included with P90x. What are your thoughts on this?

  6. Yum! I make something similar. I hear Bethany's books are good...I should quit watching NYC Housewives and do the P90X and maybe I would like her more.

    I agree with Blue Violet....P90X scares me. I have done Slim in Six and the regular Power 90.

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