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What is P90X2 Neuro-Integrated Stretching?

NIS Stretching (Coach Alicia’s Fong’s blog)

It’s no secret that I enjoy listening to the Ben Greenfield Fitness podcast. Although I am not an endurance athlete of any kind, and I gave up running years ago, I still get a lot of useful health and fitness information from Ben’s Q&A and main topics. On […]

P90X2 Cast Profile: Traci Morrow, Plyocide

Traci makes the Think Drill look fun

Full Name: Traci Morrow

P90X2 Introduction: She’s a Team Beachbody coach, and according to Tony Horton, “Has 4,072 children” [actually, six], “and lives in a house the size of Kansas.” This has not been verified. She also laughs at all of Tony’s jokes, which can be seen […]

P90X2 Cast Profile: Mark Briggs, Plyocide

Full Name: Mark Briggs

P90X2 Introduction: Tony Horton calls him “A fighter, a brawler. Don’t get him mad, ’cause he’ll hurt you so bad.” (December 2013 update: Mark is back for P90X3!)

Current: Mark’s Biography page talks about his long history with Beachbody (as one of the 41 Founding Coaches in 2006). He was […]

Bring It! Warrior Phase 1, Week 4

Four weeks into this round of Bring It! workouts, I am reminded again that time flies when you’re having fun. Wait, am I having fun? Well, I can see that I’m making progress, based on my worksheet, and that’s fun. Here are some exercises that have improved this week:

Tick Tock Lifts: I did all […]

Bring It! Warrior Phase 1 week 2

This week started out a little differently. On Easter Monday, we were traveling home from a family visit, so I didn’t have the opportunity to do my usual workout. On Tuesday, I slept in to recover from the weekend. I did my best to take some five-minute workout breaks at the office (jumping jacks, etc.). […]