P90 Results: Mike Lost 30 Pounds in 90 Days

P90 Results: Mike Lost 30 Pounds in 90 Days

Mike Varner lost 30 lbs. in 90 days with P90. He entered his results into the Beachbody Challenge, and won the $500 Daily Prize for July 14th!

Tell us about your life before you started the program. How did you feel about yourself and your body?
For most of my life, I have never weighed over 170 pounds. But after having two kids, I slowly began to eat unhealthy and didn’t have time to exercise as much as I would like. I always said that I would never let myself get over 200 pounds and before you know it, I was 203 pounds. Then I said, “Enough is enough.” I completed P90X about nine years ago with great success so I knew P90 would be a great start to get back on track. After completing P90, I lost 30 pounds and feel better than ever!

What inspired you to change your life and begin your transformation journey?
Having two kids ages four and one, I knew I had to get back in shape to keep up with them. I didn’t like how I looked and felt.

What is the greatest challenge you faced before beginning the program? How did the program and Beachbody help you overcome that challenge?
Eating less sweets and eating better in general. I followed the P90 meal plan and that has helped me make better choices with food and portions.


What in particular did you like about the program you chose?
The gradual pace of P90 and that it was manageable. I am used to working out, but I was slacking for months and wanted to get back in slowly.

Describe the results you achieved with your Beachbody program. Which achievements are you proud of?
I lost 30 pounds, dropped five pant sizes, and toned up.

How has your life changed since completing your Beachbody program?
I feel so much better about myself and have more confidence!

You can change your life, too. Take the Beachbody Challenge for the tools you need to Decide, Commit, and Succeed! Complete any Beachbody program, and enter your results for a free gift and a chance to win cash and prizes.

Results vary depending on starting point, goals, and effort.