FULL P90X2 Review – DONT BUY Until You Read This!

P90X2 ReviewSo you’ve done P90X, maybe even Insanity and you are looking for something that will take your fitness to the next level – This P90X2 review will show you just what is possible with the most advanced home training program of all time.

Or if you just want to see some P90X2 results and dont really care to read this “P90X2 review”…Just skip to the bottom for my results that landed me in the infomercial!

 

Overview Compared To P90X – P90X2 Review

If you have made it to this page then you are obviously serious about taking a stab at P90X2. You have also most likely been through P90X once or twice and are looking to bump up the intensity or maybe you are looking for something that will get you the best results possible.

So how does P90X2 stack up against its older brother, P90X?

As far as difficulty…if you have done P90X, then you can expect the same level of difficulty but in different areas of your fitness. P90X2 really focuses on turning you into an athlete. P90X does a phenomenal job of building a foundation for all around fitness, but P90X2 really takes your fitness to another level and conditions your body with balance, power, explosiveness, stability, agility, and flexibility.

Who could give a P90X2 review better than the man himself, Tony Horton? Here he explains the difference between P90X and P90X2

 

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P90X2 Phases

Similar to P90X, P90X2 is broken up into 3 phases:

  1. Foundation
  2. Strength
  3. Performance

P90X2 Foundation Phase: 3-6 weeks

I believe that the co-creator of P90X2, Steve Edwards gives the best description of P90X2 Foundation Phase. In his blog, “The Straight Dope“, Steve writes,

“Not foundation as in “base training” but as in your attachment to the earth. Working on the “you can’t shoot a canon from a canoe” philosophy the aim of this program is to build you from the ground up. You may think you have a good base from P90X but, I assure you, we are going to find some weak areas and improve them. The two major areas of weakness in the human body, which leads to probably 90% of sports injuries, are shoulder and hip instability. Solve this and non-contact injuries will virtually disappear.”

Here is an excerpt from my own P90X2 Phase 1 Review:

“P90X2 Phase 1 is going to focus on your weaknesses, and those weaknesses are primarily going to be balance and stability for most people, which involves your core. That is why you see so many new pieces of equipment used in P90X2, like the medicine balls, and stability ball. All of these tools along with brand new moves that you have never tried are absolutely going to challenge the crap out of you! Every single workout in P90X2 Phase 1 will force you to engage your core and focus on keeping your balance during the move. This core strength and stability that you are developing in the foundation phase is crucial for your success in the strength phase and especially in the performance phase.

With workouts like X2 Core that focus on core strength while doing moves that create instability, you are going to get an incredible workout. And you also have X2 Balance & Power which will focus on your balance during resistance moves. For example; doing bicep curls and tricep extensions in a warrior 3 position. And for those of you who arent yoga-savy…warrior 3 is done on one leg with your torso parallel to the floor. Its difficult, lol.”

P90X2 Strength Phase: 3-6 weeks

After building a solid foundation of core stength and stabiliity in phase-1, phase-2 is going to take some of your more common strength moves and add the element of balance to them.

You will be doing pushups in different variations on med-balls and balance balls. Pull-ups will include a gymnastic element to them. You are going to be working muscles that you didnt know existed and therefore this phase is going to begin to develop abilities you thought you would never have.

P90X2 Performance Phase: 3-4 weeks

This is where P90X2 really shines and this is where the doctors get involved. Harvard sports medicine doctors that is.

This training block is the same type of training that NCAA and professional athletes are using to increase explosiveness, vertical jump, agility, balance and all forms of performance in the sports based arena.

Here is a look a what is called P.A.P – Post Activation Potentiation. I will allow Dr. Marcus Elliot to explain:

 


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P90X2 Workout Schedule

Phase 1: FOUNDATION (3-6 weeks)

Day 1:  X2 Core (56:54)
Day 2:  Plyocide (56:48)
Day 3:  X2 Recovery + Mobility (58:20) or Active Rest (i.e. jogging, hiking, biking)
Day 4:  X2 Total Body (63:45) & X2 Ab Ripper (17:27)
Day 5:  X2 Yoga (68:07)
Day 6:  X2 Balance + Power (63:21)
Day 7:  X2 Recovery + Mobility (58:20) or Active Rest (i.e. jogging, hiking, biking)

Phase 2: STRENGTH (3-6 weeks)

Day 1:  Chest + Back + Balance (60:15) & X2 Ab Ripper (17:27)
Day 2:  Plyocide (56:48)
Day 3:  X2 Recovery + Mobility (58:20) or Active Rest (i.e. jogging, hiking, biking)
Day 4:  X2 Shoulders + Arms (53:04) & X2 Ab Ripper (17:27)
Day 5:  X2 Yoga (68:07)
Day 6:  X2 Base + Back (56:26) & X2 Ab Ripper (17:27)
Day 7:  X2 Recovery + Mobility (58:20) or Rest

**ADDITIONAL OPTIONS for PHASE 2**:
Substitute V Sculpt for Chest + Back + Balance in Day 1
Substitute X2 Chest + Shoulder + Tris for X2 Shoulders & Arms in Day 4

Note: V-Sculpt (54:18) and X2 Chest, Shoulders, & Tris (49:28) disks only come with the Deluxe or Ultimate kits. If you have the base Kit and would like to incorporate these advanced workouts into your routine, they are available to order separately HERE.

Phase 3: PERFORMANCE (3-4 weeks)

Day 1:  P.A.P. Lower (62:56)
Day 2:  P.A.P. Upper (53:06)
Day 3:  X2 Yoga (68:07)
Day 4:  X2 Recovery + Mobility (58:20) or Active Rest (i.e. jogging, hiking, biking)
Day 5:  P.A.P. Lower (62:56)
Day 6:  P.A.P. Upper (53:06)
Day 7:  X2 Recovery + Mobility (58:20) or Rest

Recovery Week (to be done when needed)

Day 1:  X2 Recovery + Mobility (58:20) or Active Rest (i.e. jogging, hiking, biking)
Day 2:  X2 Yoga (68:07)
Day 3:  X2 Recovery + Mobility (58:20) or Active Rest (i.e. jogging, hiking, biking)
Day 4:  X2 Yoga (68:07)
Day 5:  X2 Recovery + Mobility (58:20) or Active Rest (i.e. jogging, hiking, biking)
Day 6:  X2 Yoga (68:07)
Day 7:  X2 Recovery + Mobility (58:20) or Rest

 

P90X2 Nutrition Plan – P90X2 Review

This wouldn’t be a complete P90X2 review without covering all the bases…so lets talk food! The P90X2 nutrition plan caters to vegans, vegetarians and those who want gluten-free options. The P90X2 meal plan features 27 different diet guides in one, and it’s designed to fuel performance and enhance recovery, both of which are essential for the type of fitness regimen that P90X2 offers.

If you’re planning to do the P90X2 workout program, make sure you’re prepared for the P90X2 nutrition plan with these tips:

  • Replacing red meats and processed meats with lean chicken, turkey and other lean protein sources
  • Eating slow-digesting carbohydrates with your protein (think whole grains, less processed = better)
  • Ensuring all meals fit within your macros for the day
  • Eliminating white bread and sugar from the diet
  • Incorporating Shakeology into your daily meal plan
  • Drinking plenty of water throughout the day – ideally 1oz of water per lb of body weight
  • Tracking your nutrition with a program like myfitnesspal.com

 

P90X2 Equipment – What Do I NEED?

P90X2 ReviewTruthfully you can get away with just a towel, chair, and a resistance band.

In each of the P90X2 workouts, you will see one person doing all the moves with limited equipment. This was on purpose so that the person who travels often can still train like an elite athlete!

But lets take a look at what you can use to get THE BEST results!

Your BEST value will be to pick up the P90X2 Ultimate Kit which includes:

  • 2 bonus advanced P90X2 workouts
  • 1 PRO-GRADE Foam Roller
  • 1 55 cm PREMIUM Stability Ball
  • 2 8-lb. Medicine Balls
  • Tony Horton PowerStands®

Additional Equipment – HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

Again, you can achieve amazing results with just a set of resistance bands, a chair, and a towel – But the above equipment is for peak results!

 

Buy P90X2 – Pricing

There are 5 packages that are offered for the P90X2 program. You can decide below which fits your budget and your goals!

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P90X Review – My thoughts & Results

I can not say enough positive things about P90X2. I think my P90X2 review is a little biased because I did get such amazing results, but thats what makes the claims of a program true right???

…the results!

So without sharing much more info…all I can do is SHOW YOU how highly I recommend that you purchase P90X2 and start pressing PLAY!

 

Day-1 vs Day-90

 

 

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Your Next Step?

FIRST: If this X2 review was helpful, then be sure to click the “like”, “tweet”, and “G+1” buttons on the left. It will help get the word out about how amazing this program is!

SECOND: Be sure you leave a comment below and let me know that you stopped by. You can ask questions or just tell me what you thought of this article.

THIRD: If you already own P90X2 or are purchasing it from this site right now…be sure you email me at coachtodd@rippedclub.net so that we can get you plugged into our next P90X2 Challenge Group so that you get THE BEST results possible! You will get the support of the group and you will get me as your FREE Coach to walk you step by step to getting insane results!

BRING IT AGAIN!

Coach Todd

“That dude on the P90X2 website”

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2 comments
natewest02
natewest02

Great results Coach Todd! I'm starting the classic P90X vs P90X2. I would love to get your feedback.

AirAndy33
AirAndy33

Lol another great post todd! btw you looked pretty good before you did x2 (prob did p90x before) but why not keep looking better?:D haha i got a kick out of your photos man! nice posing! man i think you just convinced me to get x2...