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Jim’s P90X Transformation

Name: Jim

Program: P90X


Jim’s P90X Transformation

“In 2004 I had a max bench press of 365 on my 45th birthday. Not bad for a 45 year old I thought. And a year or so later I thought I could breeze through some at home P90X workout that my wife wanted us to do together. Surprise. I couldn’t get through the workouts without being out of breath. I was strong from lifting weights, but I had no cardio endurance and I still had too much body fat.

I wanted to finally get into the kind of shape I had always wanted to be in and I also needed to fix my health. I was a mortgage broker and lived with high stress and bad eating habits. As a result, my blood pressure was dangerously high and I was looking at taking medication for the rest of my life if I didn’t change something. Now I workout like my life depends on it, (it does). I supplement my diet with Shakeology, workout with P90X, Insanity and several other Beachbody programs and my blood pressure is in the optimal range of 135/75 with no medication. My doctor said it would be impossible to do that. He was wrong.

My wife and I both are in better shape than we were in out 20’s. We decided to make health and fitness our lifestyle and our business. We discovered the Beachbody coaching opportunity and have made that our business. Health and fitness is the type of lifestyle that we live and we love life every day. Don’t let life slip through your fingers, I almost did and thanks to Beachbody I live a good, healthy, active life. I’m in the best shape of my life at 52, I water ski, wakeboard and do everything I did in my 20’s. I owe it all to Beachbody, P90X Insanity, Shakeology and to myself for making the changes I needed to make.

So that’s my P90X transformation story. This is what I am and this is what I do. To learn more about me and my story visit”

– Jim


  1. Great results Jim!

  2. Nice work, Jim! I love the fact you punched medication in the face AND delivered body fat a roundhouse kick right where it counts. SOLID.

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