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Jeremy gets RIPPED with P90X2

Jeremy P90X2 Results


Jeremy took his fitness to the next level with P90X2.  He is a prime example of how consistency with P90X2 and the Nutrition plan can lead to amazing results.  Not only has he gotten absolutely ripped with P90X2 but he is now paying it forward, taking what he has learned and helping others do the same as a coach.

This is what I love about P90X2.  It gives you the ability to step outside your comfort zone and completely transform you.  Jeremy is not just ripped…he is also stronger, more agile, more powerful and has better balance then he did before completing P90X2. Check out Jeremy’s P90X2 Results Video!

Here is what Jeremy has to say about this P90X2 Results

 After completing P90X, my workouts began to plateau. I wanted to further my fitness progression and step up my diet, so I began P90X2. I absolutely loved my X2 journey. I gained confidence in myself to diet better as well as push myself to limits I have never been to. Today(currently doing a P90X/X2 hybrid)I feel better than ever. I’m more confident than I’ve ever been and my energy levels are exceptional on a daily basis. I truly believe in the Beachbody philosophy of fitness and can not wait to see where it takes me.

 Want to find out how Jeremy got ripped with P90X2?  You can contact him through his Facebook HERE or through his Coach site HERE



Wow, these are amazing results! 

Hey Sean, I had been going really hard with my workouts for a few months now, so I was bound to get a little ringed up, which I did. I pulled my hamstring and I've  also developed some knee pain (not severe, but I still feel it during squats, lunges, etc.). My hamstring is practically back to normal (as it happened about 2 and a half weeks ago), but still feels kind of "funny"... My knees also still hurts, so I was considering doing Tai Cheng. My question is, do you think Tai Cheng would help get rid of these problems. It says that people recovering from injuries should give it a go, so it seems like it fits my criteria pretty well, but I just wanted to know what you thought. Also, I don't want to do a full 90 days, because I think my fitness level in other ares will decrease, so I wanted to try it for about 2-5 weeks and see how it goes. If i'm completely healed by then, then I may stop earlier, but if not, I will extend it by another week or two. 

Coach Sean
Coach Sean moderator

@Josh__ Hey Josh!  Yes I believe that Tai Cheng could help you with your injury.  I also agree that you wouldn't necessarily need to do the full program.  If you are looking to rehab your injury then I think that this program could work for you.