Getting ready to Race!


Woke up this morning and stepped on the scale. Dropped 4 pounds. Yay! Kind of ridiculous how that works right?

Got my bike ready for tomorrow’s race! All dialed in and ready to go!
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Went for a ride to get the legs ready for tomorrow’s time trial and then did an alternate workout than what was planned. It was the recovery workout which is more about stretching and flexibility. Tomorrow I will do the regular workout as planned. The only reason I am diverting from the plan is because of the time trial tomorrow morning. I figured a nice cycling workout followed by a good flexibility workout would be better than trying to Max out on the Insanity Max 30 program.

So I had an awesome carbohydrate loaded meal to boost the glycogen in my muscles and I am ready for a good sleep!

Enjoy your evening! Talk more tomorrow!

Training/Nutrition Log
Morning Weigh-in:
Breakfast:  3 – AcidCheck Caplets and Chocolate Shakeology
Lunch: Peanut Butter Sandwich and a bag of Jalepeno Chips
Workout: Rode 26.5 Miles Day 5 of Insanity Max 30: Pulse (Substituted Pulse for Friday Night Fight due to tomorrow’s time trial) used Acid Check Granules, Himalayan Pink Salt mixed in water.
Post-Workout: 3 – The Final 3 Capsules for Recovery
Pasta with Meat Sauce, Romaine Salad with Cucumber, Peppers, and Tomatoes, and Garlic Bread.

Disclaimer: As a triathlete, I am not always eating with the intention of weight loss but rather to maintain weight and fuel my activity. If you are not as active as I am, please don’t use my nutritional intake as your model. If you would like help finding out a meal plan and workouts that would be good for you, please don’t hesitate to text or call me at 775-722-8184 or Facebook me at Looking forward to hearing from you!


Project New Year – Day 54, 55, and 56 – Ryan Out

This may not be the post you were expecting to see from me, but here it goes. Seems to be a trend that I don’t blog on the weekends. Lots of stuff happens on the weekends and I just don’t seem to get to it. This weekend it has been especially tough to swallow. Friday I was thankfully busy with the kids and their school activities. They are so awesome! Since I had a Time Trial on Saturday the kids stayed with my parents. My parents and the kids always seem to enjoy their time together. I had some conditioning to take care of, so it all worked out. The time trial went well. Somehow I set a personal best even though I hadn’t eaten anything but Shakeology since Thursday night (2 Shakes on Friday and one Saturday morning before the race). Emotionally I am a wreck. Financially I am nonexistent. But physically somehow I am enduring even though I know at some point if I keep going like this, surely that will fail as well. Even though it may not seem like it on the surface or through my Facebook feed, I have been avoiding something for a while. I have not been taking care of me and there is nothing of me left to give. I am tapped out. I am sorry if I am letting anyone down but I need to stop this charade. I am not happy. I am not doing well.

And I am done putting on that facade. I had every intention of taking this thing through 120 Days and I may very well complete it, but if I do, I am going to do it for me and no one else as it should be. Life is hard. Being a dad is hard. Being a good ex-husband is hard. Being a significant-other is hard. Success is hard. Getting in shape is hard. Staying in shape is hard. Eating healthy is hard. Being accountable is hard. If you can do it and you really want it, anything is possible. But if you don’t take care of yourself and do the things you need to do to provide a stable foundation for yourself and for the people you love and care about, it can all come crumbling down when the balance gets too far off. Unfortunately, sometimes that crash comes a bit too late and everything you have worked for is suddenly gone or just out of reach. I guess that is where I am right now. Starting over from the beginning.

I apologize to everyone I have let down over the past few years. I thought I was doing what I needed to be doing but apparently that was not the case. I don’t blame any of you for jumping ship, not doing the things I may have asked you to do, or even not wanting to be involved in what I was so excited about sharing with you. I get it. I mean the stuff I do really does work. Health and Fitness wise I have never been in better shape. Mentally and Financially I was never ready to let it work as it has worked for so many of my friends and mentors. And that is where I have failed so many of the people who were closest to me. I am somewhere underneath all of the rubble and it is time to start digging my way out.

I am going to take some time away. Not exactly sure what that means yet, but it is my intention to come back strong and ready to help those people that are ready to accept my help and do what it takes to get to where they want to be. I am not giving up. I know it is possible. We just have to be ready to make it happen for ourselves without any reservations. So for now this is my last blog post. I wish you all the Happiest of Holidays and a Wonderful New Year! I hope to see you on the other side……good journey!

Friday, November 21, 2014 – Weigh-in: 173
P90X2 X2 Shoulders + Arms and X2 Ab Ripper and X2 Yoga
Saturday, November 22, 2014 – Weigh-in: 170
12.9 Mile Time Trial and Foam Rolling Recovery
Sunday, November 23, 2014 – Weigh-in: 168
P90X2 X2 Recovery + Mobility

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Insanity: The Asylum Volume 2 Day 1 of 28 – Oct. 28, 2013

Insanity: The Asylum Volume 2 Day 1 of 28Oct. 28, 2013

Morning Weigh-in: 170
Breakfast: AcidCheck Caplets, Activit,Slimming Formula, Cordastra, and Vanilla Shakeology with Cinnamon
Snack: Coffee
Lunch: 1/2 French Dip with Au jus, 1/2 Hot Cajun Turkey Sandwich, 3/4 Bag of Kettle Chips, Water
Snack: Coffee, 2 Peanut Butter Granola Bars
Pre-Workout: Energy and Endurance Formula
Workout: Insanity: The Asylum Volume 2 – X Trainer added AcidCheck Granules and Pink Himalayan Salt to Water
Post-Workout: P90X Results & Recovery Formula
Dinner: Carnitas Fajitas Burrito, Chips and Guacamole
Snack: Lime Popsicle

Back out of the Saddle and into Insanity: The Asylum Volume 2! Glad to be back doing some conditioning and another Beachbody Challenge. I’ve taken the last 5 weeks off of accountability posts. It’s been 4 weeks since the Bakersfield Triathlon. I’ve been cycling a bunch and even competed in a Time Trial 8 days ago (good fun!). Since the Bena Rd Time Trial, I have been fighting a lung and sinus issue. I felt about 80% today, so it was really nice to push the lungs again. No issues besides some initial “getting back into swing of this” early fatigue on the push-ups. Everything else went great! 🙂 And that should just about catch you up to date on what I have been up to training-wise.

So, if you don’t know anything about Insanity: The Asylum Volume 2 , it is a highly technical program designed for Elite Training. If you have not seen the video of this program take a look here:

Thanks for reading! Any questions?