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 designed for those who have completed P90X and are looking to take things to the next level
- Includes fitness guide with fully customized workout schedules showing you how to incorporate your new P90X Plus workouts into your complete fitness 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.
P90X Plus includes 5 new extreme workouts on 4 DVDs and is designed specifically for P90X graduates.
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But this is awesome! It's 40-45 minuets of fast pace high intensity burn!
You just keep moving. There's no time to think about it. I'm netting 400-500 calories burned in less time!
I read the other reviews about how Tony is not as animated in this series and the complaint of how the same people were used for all the videos but I found it worked better. The pace is soo fast you hardly even look at the TV or hear what is being said because your so concentrated on doing the most in the short amount of time.
Highly recommend this series!
All of the workouts are very fast paced, so they all kind of feel like a cardio workout. Steve Edwards (the Beachbody guy that designs most of these workouts) said that it was built with the goal of "ripping you up" not gaining mass, so if that's what you're looking for this might be a good way to go. That said, they are a bit short (~40 min each) so you may want to add some other calorie burning activities to your day (running, walking, extra pushups or pullups, or maybe a disk or two of 10 Minute Trainer) if you really want to get shredded. And, of course, diet is also a huge factor as well.
My results were good but not that spectacular from a weight/fat standpoint: I'm a 25 year old guy and I went from ~144 lbs and 11.1% body fat to ~142 lbs and 10.8% body fat in the 30 days I used the P90X+ program. The thing that was REALLY awesome about these workouts is that there are a lot of opportunities to work on your pullups. I went from being able to do 2 100% unassisted pullups to being able to do 4 in 30 days, which is not too shabby.
I'm now doing a program that is very similar to the original schedule but I still use the abs/core disk from p90X+ regularly and I also throw in the interval and kenpo disks occasionally as well. It's difficult for me to fit the other two in just because of my goals, but they are also good workouts.
When I received P90X+ I was happy to finally get a taste of what I've seen on the infomercials for 2+ years. The price point of P90X+ was right where it needed to be for me to finally take the plunge. I was a little scared at first when I saw the upper body plus workout because of the extensive use of the pull up bar. I can't do pull-ups due to what I think is a small bicep tear I experienced last year on my right arm. But once I saw the other workouts I was relieved that they are mostly aerobics with lots of good warm-ups, and combination of yoga, boxing, kickboxing, some martial arts type moves, and exercises using the weight of the body as resistance. This is perfect and is what I have learned through 20+ years of trial and error (when I say "error" I mean either injuries, or excessive time-wasting in the gym) is most effective in an exercise routine.
I love Tony's personality, and I LOVE seeing the beautiful Tracy M. It's inspiring to know she is a mother of 6 kids and looks and feels the way she does! I find myself motivated by the workouts, and the best thing is that I can modify them based on my condition; I can slow down if I feel I need to, or do a slightly different exercise if the one they are doing is not right for me.
One complaint is the stupid commercials and advertisements at the beginning of each DVD, which takes more time to fast forward to the workouts. Other than that, I rate P90X+ a 4 to 5, in comparison to any other live or pre-recorded exercise program I've seen.