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- P90X2 continues your progress after P90X with cutting-edge training based on powerful new sports science
- 12 new breakthrough workouts across 13 DVDs that include more emphasis on your core, athletic function, balance, and agility
- Includes a comprehensive, customizable nutrition plan with vegan and grain-free options
- From the makers of P90X
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The result of two years of R&D conducted by a team of the most qualified experts in fitness, P90X2 includes training so cutting edge, so outrageously effective, you'll be blown away by your visible results and your performance. While P90X is based on Muscle Confusion-to break normal 30-day training plateaus so you get results fast-P90X2 ups the ante with a training technique developed by professional sports trainers for world class results: P.A.P., or Post-Activation Potentiation. With P90X2, you get 12 groundbreaking workouts focused on chiseling your body while building your balance, agility, core strength, and athleticism. It includes new customization with an all-new, highly flexible nutrition plan to help you excel. THIS is training. Better training than most pro athletes get. And with an emphasis on your abs/core, powerful athletic function, and lightning-bolt agility, it'll help you blast through your plateaus.
In addition to the 14 workouts, P90X2 comes with a comprehensive three-phase nutrition plan, with vegan and grain-free options; specially designed supplement options; a detailed fitness guide packed with valuable information about how to get the most from your program; a How to Bring It Again video that provides a quick overview of the system; a workout calendar to track your progress; online peer support; and much more.
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The result of two years of research & development conducted by a team of the most qualified experts in fitness, P90X2 includes training so cutting edge and so effective, you'll be amazed at the visible results and enhanced performance. While P90X is based on Muscle Confusion--to break normal 30-day training plateaus so you get results fast--P90X2 ups the ante with a training technique developed by professional sports trainers for world class results: P.A.P., or Post-Activation Potentiation. With P90X2, you get 14 groundbreaking workouts focused on chiseling your body while building your balance, agility, core strength, and athleticism. It includes new customization with an all-new, highly flexible nutrition plan to help you excel. And with an emphasis on your abs/core, powerful athletic function, and lightning-bolt agility, it'll help you blast through your plateaus.
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In addition to the 14 workouts, P90X2 comes with a comprehensive three-phase nutrition plan, with vegan and grain-free options; specially designed supplement options; a detailed fitness guide packed with valuable information about how to get the most from your program; a How to Bring It Again video that provides a quick overview of the system; a workout calendar to track your progress; and online peer support.
- X2 Core: The core is your body's foundation: the point where all movement begins. As you master this routine, all of your movement patterns will improve.
- Plyocide: Combines traditional explosive movements with mind and coordination drills to increase not only your speed and endurance, but your entire mind/body connection, as well. Don't do this one more than once per week.
- X2 Recovery + Mobility: You learned with P90X that your body only grows stronger while at rest after it has been challenged. The P90X2 Recovery + Mobility workout takes this a step further by not only enhancing recovery, but also forcing your body to realign to promote better overall functionality. The key is a myofascial release technique called foam rolling. This workout also provides you with a complete stretching routine for those days you prefer to work without the foam roller.
- X2 Total Body: Combines resistance and instability to ensure that your body uses the correct muscles in the given movement. Old school isolation movements that can lead to muscular imbalance not welcome here. In this workout you'll earn every repetition, and form is king.
- X2 Yoga: Yoga's traditional benefits of relaxing the body and restoring the mind are present, but will take a back seat to increasing isometric power, improving your range of motion, and building vital stabilizer muscle strength.
- Balance + Power: The moves in this workout force core rigidity under duress by incorporating strength and explosive movements. As you improve your body's connection between balance and power, your body alignment will improve, nagging aches and pains will lessen, and you'll be able to push far beyond the limits you once thought you had.
- Chest + Back + Balance: The same mega pump that was P90X Chest & Back now gets an added bonus, an array of unstable platforms designed to make your body earn its muscle. As you improve at this workout, your strength gains will be superior to those made with any traditional weight-training workout.
- X2 Shoulders + Arms: By keeping our shoulders and arms strong and in balance, we can avoid breakdowns. And that, along with looking good in short-sleeved shirts, is the philosophy behind the creation of X2 Shoulders + Arms.
- Base + Back: Working the body's two largest groups of muscles in one workout may seem sadistic but most people seem to find this pull-up and plyo extravaganza very entertaining. It's the sweatiest "weight training" workout you'll ever experience.
- P.A.P. Lower: P.A.P. stands for Post-Activation Potentiation, but all you really need to know is that it is the cutting-edge technique that translates into performance. Two four-round complexes of seemingly straightforward movements don't look like much on paper, but these workouts have destroyed the fittest athletes on the planet.
- P.A.P. Upper: The same complex training format as P.A.P. Lower but this time focused on your upper body. Post-Activation Potentiation training will bring back your youth. Over time you'll feel loose, springy, and young.
- X2 Ab Ripper: Tony takes you through a series of core movements that'll upgrade your concept of what an ab workout is supposed to be.
- V Sculpt: Works the back and biceps, or the "actor muscles" as they're called in Hollywood. The movements are all done from an athletic stance, so strength gains will be applicable to real world movements.
- X2 Chest + Shoulders + Tris: Known as your pushing muscles, the chest, shoulders, and triceps will learn to function better than ever before with this workout.
Helpful Tools to Keep You Motivated
- P90X2 Power Your Performance Fitness Guide: This is your road map and your plan of attack for using P90X2. The guide provides guidelines for getting started and essential tips for how to make the most of the program. It also includes in-depth information about the science behind P90X2, a complete overview of the three training phases, a fit test, and an overview of the recommended supplements and equipment.
- P90X2 Fuel Your Performance Nutrition Guide: Following the P90X2 nutrition guide is just as vital to your overall success as any of the extreme workouts in this program. Specifically designed to work in tandem with the P90X2 workout routines, the guide includes three eating plans--with vegan and grain-free options--which allow you to customize based on your personal needs, plus over 50 recipes. You'll need this combination of foods as fuel to get the most out of your final few weeks and truly be in the best shape of your life.
- P90X2 90-day Workout Calendar: Use this to set your workout goals, track your progress, and stay motivated.
- Free Online Support Tools: Get access to fitness experts, peer support, and motivation.
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The first week I was thinking that it was too easy. I didn't get any muscles that were exhausted - just pretty much my whole body was slightly achy. However, it does force you to work on your core - something that I apparently hadn't done enough of. I started seeing improvements that I hadn't seen before. I ended up doing this round for 4 weeks and enjoying it. During this round he constantly used the phrase 'functional fitness', and I think that's what this did - it doesn't get your pecs or biceps bigger, but it gets you stronger all around.
The second round of exercises is the most like the P90X, except a lot of stability stuff is added. It's split very similarly to arms/back/legs/yoga/plyo. I don't think I saw as much gains doing this than P90X, but I am far more aware of my balance and core muscles now.
The last round is like plyo on crack. 3 weeks of plyo on crack. Even after doing the first two rounds I couldn't get through the first DVD without a lot of pauses. Near the end I could definitely tell this thinned me up and made me stronger.
Overall, if you have to choose between P90X and P90X2, I'd choose P90X. Honestly the only reason this gets 4 stars is because it's getting compared to P90X.
Oh! Finally, I was confused about what equipment I'd need, so let me clear that up for people:
* 3 medicine balls. The true, hard medicine balls, not the soft ply-able ones.
* Stability Ball
* Foam Roller. It's weird, but it does seem to work.
* Pullup bar or bands.
* Foam mat for yoga.
* Yoga block.
* Pullup assist
* Plyo stands. Expensive, and not used too often. Can be replaced with stairs or a workout bench.
* Weighted bar. Used twice I think. Useful, but go find a broomstick and you'll get 90% of the way there.
1. Yoga mat; you do a lot of exercises on the floor. Without the mat you're guaranteed to get rug burn
2. Resistance bands. You'll use these to stretch and to replace medicine balls and dumbbells.
3. Stability ball. You'll use this a lot in these videos. However, many exercises are easier without the ball.