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A new 90-day program based on the P90X Muscle Confusion and developed by professional sports trainers, the P90X2 offers a more challenging workout than its predecessor by applying a sports science technique called Muscle Integration that requires the engagement of more than one muscle group at a time. By engaging every muscle with every move and cranking up the intensity, each of the 12 workouts while being more difficult, also trains more muscle groups at the same time while demanding and building your balance, agility, core strength and athleticism. The reward, a body that works as one unit results that are visible.
P90X2 concentrates on training off-balance to build an athletes body. Instead of working out in a more traditional style, one muscle group at a time, this workout requires a fully stable body; a body that will move as one. Resistance moves on one foot, on a ball or other unstable platforms while try to lift yourself will engage more muscle groups in each exercise. This program forces you to work harder but also smarter to attain a stronger, more agile body. Developed by professional trainers for worldwide-known athletes, this program will engage, challenge and ultimately produce visible results.
The cost of P90x2 Workout is $119.85 plus $19.95 shipping for a total price of $139.8. This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page which was taken offline due to P90x2 Workout being discontinued. P90x2 Workout may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.
P90X2 is the successor to P90X. P90X is a series of workout DVDs that are notable for their intensity. P90X stands for Power 90 Extreme. The 90 in P90X is how many days that the workout is supposed to last. It combines cross-training with nutritional diets, guaranteeing that the user will see a huge difference in their body in the three months. It uses a technique called muscle confusion, in which the body is prevented from adapting to workouts, allowing for no plateau.It’s a workout mainly intended for people who are already fit, not someone who is looking to get into fitness.
P90X2 uses muscle integration, which works out different muscle groups instead of just one. The intensity is much greater than P90X. P90X2 has all new workouts; it’s not just the original P90X with some bells and whistles attached to it. It’s highly recommended that the person complete P90X first before moving onto the second one. P90X2 has fewer workout days due to the more intense workouts, and has less yoga and lacks cardio-only workouts. P90X2 requires little additional workout materials to be bought from the user. The user just needs dumbbells and resistance bands.
P90X2 comes in three packages. Base, Deluxe, and Ultimate. The Base package includes 13 DVDs or Blu-Rays with 12 workouts, a fitness guide, a nutrition guide, and a workout calender to help out. The Deluxe package comes with everything plus two more workouts, a foam roller, a medicine ball, and stability ball. The Ultimate package comes with everything the first two has, and includes a RumbleRoller and a Powerstand. All three come are paid for with three monthly payments of $39.95, $79.90, and $109.85 respectfully, and shipping is $19.95, $34.90, and $39.90. Single payment options are also an option if a person can afford it.
1. The P90X2 workout is a new intense workout regiment that is recommended for anyone who has completed the original one. Recommended for people who are already fit.
2. It includes 12 new workouts of higher intensity, with less yoga and simple cardio exercises.
3. Little workout equipment is needed for the user. Just get dumbbells and resistance bands.
4. Comes in three packages, the deluxe and ultimate versions including more workout equipment. Payment can be paid for three months, and costs more for each package.
5. Workouts are guaranteed to work all of your muscles at once, not just a single one.
This is not just an average aerobics video for people who are looking to go from flab to fit. The P90X2 is for anyone who is looking for more than just a simple workout or cardio adventure. It’s highly intense and has 12 intense workouts to do, and it requires very little additional equipment. The workout plan can be bought in different ways and it includes different materials for each package that is bought. It is not just the first P90X with more workouts, it’s an entirely different workout meant for people who have mastered the original P90X.
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