P90X Interval X Plus and ABS/Core Plus

December 27, 2013 - Comment

workout dvd Product Features Interval X is a great mixture of the body confusion techniques that accentuate the P90X workouts. It includes cardio for fat burning and allows you to simultaneously work your lower body for a sculpted physique and better performance Abs/Core Plus is a rip-your-abs-to-the core workout that includes planks, standing work, floor

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Product Features

  • Interval X is a great mixture of the body confusion techniques that accentuate the P90X workouts. It includes cardio for fat burning and allows you to simultaneously work your lower body for a sculpted physique and better performance
  • Abs/Core Plus is a rip-your-abs-to-the core workout that includes planks, standing work, floor work and hanging work. It will get your midsection in the best shape of your life!
  • Designed for people who have completed P90X or want to add more to their current routine
  • Part of the P90X Plus Series
  • Approximately 60 minutes long

Comments

mwreview "mwreview" says:

“I’m going to pass out…in a good way”—Tony Horton Interval X Plus seems to be a substitute for Plyometrics for P90x grads. As Tony says in his intro, “Interval work is a lot more effective than standard cardiovascular exercise.” Plyo is one of my favorite workouts, so I did not look forward to replacing it. This workout is only 41:30 minutes and thankfully so because it is HARD! I had to give myself extra breaks the first time I did it. There is only one break in the middle, I feel this workout needs more little breaks while the Kenpo…

Nancy Loderick "Internet strategist" says:

An efficient and intense workout I love all things P90X, so of course I had to get the P90X Plus workouts. I had a bit of buyer’s remorse though, since I could never figure out how to incorporate them into my workout routines. I don’t like total body workouts and prefer to do splits. This wasn’t as much of an issue with this workout since it’s easier to fit cardio and core into a routine.This is 41 minutes of interval training. You do 3 levels of a move, an easy level, intermediate one and an all out one…

Anonymous says:

There isn’t anything fancy about this workout – it’s pretty bare bones interval training with complex (multi-muscle) movements. However, if you like Tony’s style and you’re willing to push yourself a bit, you might like rotating this workout into your P0X schedule or another similar routine. I use it as an alternative to Kenpo X or Plyo X, partly because it’s a bit lower impact than Plyo, and partly just to mix things up a bit.The two people who join Tony in this workout both…

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