Army Veteran Clint Lost 80 lb with P90X
Clint's story is an inspiring one. Like many other military veterans and their families who face obesity, Clint gained a lot of weight after leaving the army. But he got his life back through P90X. Here is Clint's story in his own words:
How I Got a New Lease on Life with P90X, Insanity Asylum, Body Beash and Shakeology
I was in a great shape during high school weighing in at 150 lbs. I got in greater shape after I joined the army, bulking up to 175 lbs. Soon after I left the army, I became a father and started taking college courses. Raising a family, going to school, and working a full-time job helped me slow down.
I lost focus on my health. Eating fast-food and drinking soda daily caught up to me. In April 2012, I decided to weigh myself, and I couldn't believe the scale when it tipped at 265 lbs! High blood pressure, constant headaches and feeling aweful was getting unbearable. I had to do something or I was facing a young death, leaving my kids without a father.
I took action and started P90X. I lost 55lbs in 6 months with P90X.
Next up: Insanity the Asylum
I lost almost 10 pounds in 30 days with the Asylum.
Now I was ready for more P90X: That was P90X2. I am so thankful to Tony Horton. I met him in Las Vegas.
Next in Line: Body Beast
Now, it was time to pack on some muscle. As much as I focused on the exercises, I focused hard on my nutrition.
This is when I got to eat the healthiest meals ever. In total, I lost 80 lbs in one year.
It was time to see what I was made of. So, I entered the Tough Mudder. That was an 11 mile obstacle course. I was in a great team... we all finished together.
Special thanks to my family and friends who supported me during my journey. And a huge thank you to my coach David Ingram and our coaching team: team symbiotic.
Do you need help with your nutrition? Support and motivation to exercise? Clint can help. He can coach you. Find him at here.