Only 1 more day until I start my P90X workout (not counting today)! I’ve got a very busy weekend ahead of me, but I’m extremely excited to finally start P90X. Anyone who is currently doing P90X (or have completed it before), or about to start, make sure to leave me comments below (any advice, questions, how you’re doing, etc.)!
For all of you who are just starting P90X just like me, I figured you would find having the P90X worksheets as a PDF very helpful. Simply print out the P90X worksheets so you can write your progress on them versus writing directly in the P90X Fitness Guide.
To keep myself organized, and to make everything as easy as possible, I created a P90X binder using a 1 inch binder. I printed out the P90X worksheets, hole punched them, and put them in the binder. I then printed out the P90X phases, P90X calendar, and put them in the front pocket of the binder. Lastly, I put my P90X fit test results in the back pocket of the binder (I just wrote my results on the P90X fit test pages from the Fitness Guide). This way when I do my P90X workouts, I just grab my binder so I can write my reps, weight etc. down (and I have the binder as a hard surface to write easily). You can download all of the documents I just mentioned below.
My P90X Binder Downloads:
Lastly, I found this really cool P90X excel spreadsheet. The spreadsheet is INSANE on all of the things you can do with it! After my workouts, or on a weekly basis, I’m going to transfer my results into this spreadsheet. It has some really cool charts that are automatically built as you go through the workouts, and it even has nutrition section with the different phases, etc. Definitely check it out and let me know what you think of it-
Lastly, if you haven’t already ordered your P90X equipment, make sure to do that now! Also, learn how to get a P90X discount, P90X coupon, & P90X promo codes here.
That is it for now!