When I meet new people, and I tell them I am a professional bodybuilder, I can see the disbelief in their eyes. Their reactions usually amuse me. They try to stay calm, but eyes are telling different story. As soon as it can, their look starts to check me looking for signs of oversized muscles.
What is bodybuilding in everyday life?
If they are ready to listen, I explain them that bodybuilding workouts are just another way to keep fit and in shape. Recreationists do not look like people on stage during competitions. To look like that, it takes years of intensive training and special diet. There is also strict diet and training for about a month before the competition to remove all the fat from system and increase muscles. Once we start regularly eating, it all comes back pretty fast.
Unfortunately, I found myself in an enchanted circle lately, where I work even harder than before and see no results. I talked to colleagues and tried to find some way to get better results, but there was no use. And then someone told me about P90X.
Is that going to help me?
I was skeptical in the beginning, but I decided to check. P90X reviews on the internet were talking about combination of workouts and diet, as well as some new philosophy about muscle confusion. I was not too impressed. After all, there is some new program every week, and it seemed like one of them.
I thought a little bit and decided to try it after all. Results have surpassed all my expectations. I took me about two weeks to see results, but they were so good I would never believe if that were not me and my body. I continued practicing, and I am sure that I might win on the next competition I maintain this level and continue to work on this program.