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P90X Plus: The Next Level for P90X Grads-5 New Extreme Workouts on 4 DVDs


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  • 5 Workouts on 4 DVDs: (1) Interval X Plus; (2) Kenpo Cardio Plus; (3) Upper Plus; (4) Total Body Plus; (5) Abs/Core Plus
  • P90X Plus workouts are for YOU, if you have achieved a respectable level of fitness and have completed P90X
  • Includes fitness guide with fully customized workout schedules showing you how to incorporate your new P90X Plus workouts into your complete system

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If you love P90X and you're saying, "Give me more," or, "I need a challenge"-then here it is, the P90X Plus Series. Beachbody trainer Tony Horton amps up the Muscle Confusion with brand-new moves and never-before-seen workouts all set to hot music created exclusively for P90X Plus by Jason Scheff, lead singer of the band Chicago!

P90X Plus will break through plateaus with intense new cardio, muscle chiseling, and ab/core-ripping moves to ramp up your results. Adding these new advanced workouts into your P90X rotation will literally take your workout to the next level and create workout combinations beyond your imagination. Trust us, it doesn't get better than this.


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  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 7 x 4 inches ; 5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0012J33OS
  • Item model number: PXDVD2116
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (98 customer reviews)
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207 of 212 people found the following review helpful By Machine Gun on December 5, 2008
I purchased the P90X workouts the Summer of 2008, and I loved the original workouts. They are a must for someone working out at home, who has gotten a little bored with their traditional workout. At the same time, I bought the Plus series too. They just don't pack the punch of the P90X workouts from the standpoint of routines, challenge, and production value. They simply aren't as challenging and intense as the originals.

IntervalX and Abs/Core introduces variations of traditional ab and cardio work. Some of the new variations are fun, but they aren't that different than other routines in P90X. With me being almost done with my second round of P90X, I use these workouts about once every two weeks on average. I've been critical so far, but I do like the Interval X workout for its quick cardio. You can get a good burn doing the short 30 minute workout. Tony takes you thru 12 different routines of slow, medium,and then fast. It gets the heart pumping and you get a good sweat from it.

Total Body Plus is a 40 minute workout with 10 minutes of warm up and cool down, plus around 30 minutes of actual workout. Tony takes you heat to toe working out shoulders, chest, back, arms, and legs. Its not overly challenging, but you can get a good workout in the 25 minutes of actually working out. You do a variations of routines with and without weights. From push ups to pull ups to some lifting, this workout will work your entire body. You won't be spent after the workout, so you could do some cardio or abs along with this routine. It too easy for me, and I'm looking for something a bit harder. That being said, my teenage daughter and wife loves this workout. They do it twice a week, so its almost ideal for a total body workout at low to medium intensity.
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106 of 117 people found the following review helpful By Ayayou on March 20, 2008
I did the entire P90X and loved/hated every moment of it. It's the best workout program on the market. What makes it different is the workouts, the schedule, the nutrition, but really what REALLY makes it different is Tony Horton's personality. He was a great motivation in P90X. Engaging, humorous, and working his butt off with the rest of them. In the new P90X+, not so much. I think he tried to push the extreme concept too far and it fell flat with me. First, the crew of 4 people is reduced to 2. Second, Tony hardly does anything anymore. Third, he seemed to have lost his humor and free spirit. Lastly, the workouts are getting so complex and convoluted, it's hard to keep up. What happened? I think he tried to make it a trilogy and like many before him should have quit when he was ahead. I went for a second round of P90X instead and I love Tony again. BTW, a tracking spreadsheet really makes a difference if you plan on going through the 90 day program. I got mine at workoutsoft.com, they're the best.
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Ronaldo A. Carballo on May 5, 2009
I have done many, many rounds of the P90X and purchased the Plus to augment the P90X classic. I am 46 and have been doing the P90X series for two years now. Most workouts are kept under 40 minutes. This is completely opposite from the Classic series where most workouts are 1 hr long. The difference in the Plus is that Tony keeps the participants moving from one exercise to the next one fairly quickly. This adds more intensity to the workouts. There is also a trainer's track where Tony discusses the howto and purpose of each exercise.

Kenpo+: Much better than the original Kenpo. It assumes that you know most of the Kenpo moves. To tell you the truth there really isn't any complicated moves in the original Kenpo (unlike B. Banks' Tae Bo). 40 minutes long.

Core+: This is an excellent workout for your entire core. I'd use it instead of the original Abs workouts. 20 minutes long.

Interval: WOW. This is a nasty one. Bodyweight exercises combined with some plyometrics. This one will leave you huffing and puffing. 40 minutes long.

Upper+: Just upperbody exercises in various flavors. It uses bodyweight exercises and weights (or bands). 40 minutes long.

Total+: This is a combination of upperbody/core/legs. A lot of the upperbody exercises are combined with a core or leg exercise; this raises the intensity of the workout. You will need a pull-up bar for four of the exercises.

Some of the reviewers complained about the speed of the strength-training workouts. Folks, the idea here is to move quickly from one exercise to the next to increase the intensity and combine strength and aerobic training into one session. Your sessions should not last longer than 45 minutes (from warm-up to cool-down).
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75 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Garvinstomp VINE VOICE on April 15, 2008
First off, I do agree with the previous reviewer that there are certain elements missing in this series. The production quality seems to have taken a hit and the overall feel isn't at grand or dynamic as the first group. BUT. . .

These new workouts are more intense and will push you beyond the originals. They are more complicated than the previous series. But the moves in this system are no joke. The abs/core disc is worth the price of admission alone. I got these before I finished going through the classic a second time, so I substituted the new Kenpo for the old one in the "classic" timeline. The new one is much better as it keeps the pacing up where the first one tended to slow down towards the end. The full body is a great addition. The best part I've found is the mixing and matching of the old series and the new. It makes for some great weeks of working out.

So yes, it is more complicated and less visually friendly (although some member of the band Chicago wrote the music for the new series, a fact they are VERY proud to remind you of), but the workouts are 5-star through and through. Just a reminder, these are supplements to the original series and don't replace all the previous workouts. To buy just these would not be to have a complete set of workouts.
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