P90X2 has been the talk of the fitness world since word leaked out that Tony Horton was working on it.  Now, the time has come!


Since I am a Team Beachbody coach, I was among the first to know the details on P90X2.  I was also to be among the first to order, and try out the program, and I am blown away!  Get a taste of what you are in for if you Order P90X2 Here

Check Out The P90X2 Trailer

As you can see, P90X2 is no joke!  If you are ready to check it out, order below!

Is P90X2 For You?

I am going to be upfront and tell you that P90X2 is NOT for everybody!  Hopefully the information on this page will help you determine if it is for you or not.

For starters, is it P90X2 better than the original P90X?

Bring It With P90X2

I can not say that it is going to be better, as much as it will simply be different.  The original program focused on muscle confusion, which is why it was (and still is) so effective.  With “P90X2”, you will experience muscle confusion in a new way. There will be new exercises to push your body in different ways.  Post Activation Potentiation is specifically where P90X2 takes things to a new level.  Think about it like plyometrics meets traditional weight lifting.  This is the technique that has taken many of the top athletes in the world and made them even better.

Which program is harder, P90X or P90X2?

Harder is not really the right word.  Much like when I was talking about which program is better, the better choice or words would be “Different”. If you ever did the original P90X, you remember what it felt like after your first workout.  Well, whether you are a graduate of the program or you are starting with P90X2 as your first program, you are going to feel it after your workouts, and you are going to GET RESULTS!

What Does The P90X2 Program Consist Of?

P90X2 is a 90 Extreme Home Fitness workout program.  It includes either 13 DVDs or 4 Blu-ray discs, the fitness guide, nutrition guide, and 90 day workout calender.  On top of that, if you pre-order through this site, you receive FREE shipping and 2 BONUS workouts!

What Equipment Is Needed For P90X2?

There are 2 very different answers to this question.  Answer number 1 says that you can do the program with NO equipment.  This option has been considered the “hotel version”, because it gives you the ability to do the workouts on the road, using nothing more than what you would have available in a hotel room.  This helps eliminates the excuses not to workout.  The second answer is that you need multiple pieces of equipment.  While these are not mandatory,you will challenge yourself more, leading to better results when you use the equipment suggested.  It includes;

– Either resistance bands, weights or both – something for resistance

– Pullup bar

– Stability ball

– Foam roller

– Pushup bars

– Medicine balls

– Yoga Blocks

There are optional upgrades available, both P90X2 Deluxe and Ultimate, which each include equipment.  You can check them out HERE

As you go through P90X2, you will go through 3 different phases.

Phase 1 of P90X2 focuses on building a solid base.  Focusing on core, balance and power, this phase will include strength training and explosive movements.

Phase 2 combines mind and coordination drills with explosive movements to take your strength training to the next level.

Phase 3 focuses on performance.  That means that you need to be ready to BRING IT!

What are some of the differences between the original P90X and P90X2?

One of the big difference that you will notice is the number of workouts per week.  In the original P90X, you workout 6 days each week, with the 7th day either being a rest day or a stretch day.  In P90X2, you only workout 5 days a week, and active recovery is recommended.

Another difference is the optional programs.  In the original, you could select which program you wanted, either classic, lean or doubles.  With the new program, you simply spend more time in which ever particular phase you need the most help in. If you balance is lacking, spend more time building your foundation in phase 1.  If you want to build bigger muscles, spend an extra week or two in phase 2.  If you are looking to perform better, run faster, jump higher, or gain agility, spend more time in phase 3.

Check Out This Video, The Difference Between P90X and P90X2

As you can see, P90X2 Is THE REAL DEAL


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