Supreme 90 Day Fitness DVDs Are Awesome

Reader Email: Athol, I started to write you a lengthy email thanking you for pointing me in direction of Supreme 90 Day and giving you a detailed review of my first week on their system, and the excellent reaction I have gotten from the missus.
However, as I can no longer lift my arms above waist height for more than 5 seconds at a time… this will have to do. Thanks.
Athol: LMAO no kidding. Jennifer and I started on it too. Tonight is “Legs”. We are afraid.
Reader: I hear you.  I was yelling at the guy during Tabata Inferno, “If you’re going to confuse my muscles could you anesthetize them too you evil sonofabitch?!?!?”
Keep up the good work, and thanks for the blog.
Athol: I’m actually seriously pleased with the Supreme 90 Day DVDs – to the point where in the 2012 edition of The Primer I will be not just mentioning them, but saying doing it or something similar is just standard procedure for getting things back on track with your wife / upping your Sex Rank. It’s up there with the Ten Second Kiss in importance.
Here it is in a nutshell, you can go buy it in Target for $20 (it’s in the fitness equipment area), an exercise/stability ball (was $12)… buy some dumbbells (up to about 25lbs is fine to start off), hunt around for a local fitness equipment supply store. In any case, you can be all set for the price of a years gym membership for one person, and both of you can do it. If you want low $$$ risk, just get the DVDs and ball and see how you like it for a week.
They are great DVDs, very challenging, a lot of variety and definitely effective. They hit the right tone of “give 100%”, but it’s always framed as “100% of whatever is 100% for you”. If you have to catch your breath, catch your breath. If it’s too hard doing whatever with the weights, do it without. If you can’t do a full push up, do it on your knees etc. Just put in your best effort.
One of the nice things is of the three or four people doing the exercises in the video, they are all rarely in sync with each other. They are all doing the same exercise, just not doing it like a marching team, so you never feel like you’re falling behind the people in the video. Which means you don’t try and rush what you can’t really do safely.
It’s also female friendly. There are men and women in the DVD’s.  I’m a fairly big guy and I’m getting a great workout, Jennifer is a fairly small woman and doing the same exercises and getting a great workout too. We don’t exercise together because I look at her ass too much and I’m a danger to myself.
So anyway, get to it. Or something similar. It’s just the best thing I’ve found so far and the price was definitely right. This is the only thing apart from my book that I’ve endorsed on the blog. I have the Amazon link on the left side bar, but get nothing from Amazon for the linkage due to daft changes in Connecticut law. The main website is here at Supreme 90 Day…. there is no affliate link option available (damnit!)
Try it. Just try it. Physical fitness is key to getting a better sex life.
 

Comments

  1. Dave in the cave says:

    Okay, so working out will obviously help me lose weight and tone up right? Thing is, don't I have to keep doing the workout once all the weight is gone? I tend to work long/odd hours and have a tough time fitting in my workout as a regular part of my routine…should I try watching what I eat instead?
    What's the lowest maintenance, long term solution to having a nice body?

  2. Anonymous says:

    P90X!

  3. Athol Kay says:

    Dave – The lowest maintenance, long term solution to having a nice body is probably this system. There's not really a shortcut.

    Anon – I think oyu mean PX90, and this is essentially the same system but $20 instead of $160 ir whatever it is.

  4. Michael Burris says:

    I'm quite out of shape, so I started with Fit Deck.

    Works great, no initial equipment needed. Even smaller initial cost… if you manage to avoid upselling yourself on the Stretching deck; Speed, Agility, and Quickness deck; and a few booster decks. (Which I did.) Still think it was a good buy.

  5. Dave in the Cave – diet is a huge factor. If you dial in your diet it isn't hard to maintain. Losing weight is >75% diet and <25% exercise. Dial the diet in and it will be much easier to maintain a fit you…

    (p90x and similar are nice and all but personally I enjoy lifting heavy weights… squats/deadlifts/bench press/military press, 1 hour 3 times a week, then bike / sprint / whatever outside in nature 3 times a week)

    -e.p.

  6. Anonymous says:

    I immediately purchased this workout program after reading about it here on your blog and I love it! I'm a 39 year old woman and have completed 10 days on the plan (with clean eating) and have already moved from a size 6 to size 4 – I can wear my favorite summer clothes again. Now my husband wants to try the workouts too…great for everyone!

  7. dreadpiratk says:

    My wife and I did P90X (it is P90X, I'm looking at the manual..) and we had a similiar problem..couldn't get through more than half the workout before draging her back into bed. There's just something about her sweating….

    Now we work out seperately, it accomplishes more. and less… but we're both getting fit and loosing weight wich has a positive effect on our sex life.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Have a look at Ross Enamaits stuff.

  9. Anonymous says:

    As the original reader who pointed you in the direction of Supreme 90, I feel very gratified. Too bad there's no royalties to be shared.

    I'm on day 60 and the change is marvelous. I've *never* looked like this, and the sex is much much better too. I really appreciate the plank position now, in ways I never would have dreamed.

    My wife started the DVDs about a month after I did, providing evidence for the "I've gotta keep up with you" unconscious motive.

    We just went on a 7-day vacation and I managed to to keep up the routine except for one day (lifting water jugs in my wife's aunt's backyard was fun). What made that work was tediously going thru the DVDs and writing down the exercise sequences. If you need a break from Tom Holland, getting it on paper is a good way to do that!

  10. Anonymous says:

    Other money-saving ways to save on fitness programs, from Tom Holland:
    http://www.self.com/health/blogs/healthyself/2011/04/8-expensive-workouts-made-chea.html

  11. Panther says:

    (Anonymous DVD suggester again)

    My wife *asked* me to flex my bicep the other night at the dinner table. Then grinned hugely when I complied.

    This is a first. May it continue!

  12. Thanks for suggesting these DVDs. My husband and I are on Day 12. We see improvements already – primarily that we are no longer collapsing on the floor and gasping for air at the end of each workout! Also, we can now balance on the stupid ball! We aren't following the eating plan which is, in my opinion, completely unrealistic. But, I'm working to clean up our diet, which was decent but can be improved. Thanks again.

  13. viagra online says:

    Where did you get that awesome fitness video I love it so much! seriously!

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