Well, I finally got around to creating a RevAbs calendar for all of you who have asked for one. I have to apologize that it took me so long to get it done. I guess life gets in the way sometimes. I’m going to try to be better about adding content more regularly. I know, you’ve heard it all before, but this time I really mean it. You’ll see.
I decided I’m going to try to create printable calendars for several more Beachbody workout DVDs. The first, which I finished over the weekend, is a printable calendar for Brazil Butt Lift. There are worksheets for all four of the BBL iterations: Classic, Slim and Shape, Lift and Shape, Slim and Lift. Read about them here.
I finally got it done. Thank you all for your patience. Please leave any feedback or input in the comments. I’m not sure I’m altogether happy with this current version. I wasn’t sure how to incorporate X2’s more flexible phase transitions. So what did I do? I ignored that particular aspect and simply did the X2 calendar over the top of the original P90X calendar. The only method I could think of to incorporate the flexible transitions would be to have a separate calendar for each phase and then let you print the next phase as you move into it. But then that presents the problem of how to incorporate the recovery weeks and still have the days print out correctly. Maybe it’s possible with more advanced knowledge of Excel. I’m open to suggestion. Or if you just want me to do the phase calendars with the recovery week at the end, not dated or numbered, I can do that. Please please please leave some suggestions or feedback in the comments.
Another thing I did in the P90X2 calendar was that I dropped the X2 from most if not all of the workout titles. I did it so that the text in the cells would be as big as possible. I still have the version with all the X2s in the titles so if you want that one leave a comment or shoot me an email and I’ll get it to you. If enough people want it I can put it up on the Downloads page.
Also, I recently added some google adsense ads. Let me know what you think of those too, and if something catches your eye, please don’t hesitate to click the ad to find out more. I’m getting 5-8 thousand visitors a month and 50,000 page loads just for these crazy calendars! Thank you all.
I had a request to create a printable Slim in 6 calendar. My wife has the Slim in 6 DVDs so this seemed like a pretty good idea. I used the color schemes from the disk and to some extent I copied the calendar that came with the DVDs. Hope you like it. Slim in 6 Printable Calendar.xls
Several people have asked me if I could do a calendar for the original Power90 and I finally got off my lazy arse and did it. I actually made two versions. Version 1 has drop down options similar to my ‘build your own workout’ calendars where you can choose whether you do the 1-2 or 3-4 series each day. Problem is, with Power90 there is no clear-cut day where you make the swich from 1-2 to 3-4, it’s more of a “when you feel you’re ready” thing. The way I set up the calendar it switches from 1-2 to 3-4 on day 42, which is the rest day in week 6 and unless you’re going to for sure make the switch on that day, or you know for sure which day you’re going to make the switch, you will end up printing two calendars.
So I created a second version of the calendar where it doesn’t differentiate between 1-2 and 3-4: cardio days just say “Cardio/Abs” and circuit days say “Circuit Training.” You can click on the pictures to the right to see larger versions of what each calender looks like and decide which you’d like to download. Or download both. You can download the calendars at the end of this post or by visiting the Download Page.