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P90X + P90X2 – The Hybrid Workout Schedule

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1.0 Chest + Back | Review

“Push and pull to the extreme.” - Tony Horton

Old moves producing new results.  A lot of people say that to build a well defined chest you have to lift weights.  Well, coming from someone who’s always had compliments on his chest definition, YOU DON’T!  I used to be one of those non-believers – I absolutely believed the only way to get a nice chest was with weights.  But after P90X, I am a complete believer – a variety of push-ups WILL produce a well defined chest and this workout is were it all starts.

Time: 60 minutes + 18 minute Ab Ripper

Estimated Calorie Burn: 300 – 400 calories

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2.0 Plyometrics | Review

“The ‘X’ in P90x.” - Tony Horton

Whether it’s your 1st time or your 12th time – this routine is tough.  This workout got me winded throughout my first P90X session and when I came back to it, after finishing P90X2, I was never out of breath…but that doesn’t mean my leg muscles weren’t trying to give up the whole time.  Point is, no matter how in shape you are this routine will work you hard in all areas of fitness.

Time: 60 minutes

Estimated Calorie Burn: 450 – 550 calories

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3.0 Shoulders + Arms | Review

“The shoulders are the link to everything else.” - Tony Horton

Want to look good in a tank top?  If so, this is where it’s at.  A full hour of shoulders, bi’s, tri’s followed by shoulders, bi’s, and some more tri’s.  Stick with the program and your arms have no choice but to start getting and  looking bigger.  This workout will satisfy those of you looking for some old-fashion weightlifting moves followed by some more old-fashion weightlifting moves.  Nothing new here – just you, your arms, and gravity.

Time: 60 minutes + 18 minute Ab Ripper

Estimated Calorie Burn: 300 – 425 calories

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4.0 Yoga X | Review

“Adds improved performance…to anything athelitic.” - Tony Horton

I don’t know of anything that can improve your training (any training) quicker than throwing Yoga in the mix.  I was skeptical at first, but three weeks in and I was a true believer.  The first time you do Yoga BEWARE!  You’ll be doing moves that seem easy and relaxing and then all of the sudden –  BOOM!  You hit a brick wall and your body wants no more.  It is truly a yin and yang experience – relaxing your mind while engaging your muscles.  In a matter of weeks your balance will improve, you’ll tone up quicker, and your recovery time will drastically reduce.  Yoga changed my routine in unimaginable ways and I can’t imagine it not being part of any serious training routine.

Time: 98 minutes

Estimated Calorie Burn: 200 – 300 calories

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5.0 Legs + Back | Review

Two largest muscle groups on the same day – don’t throw-up!

I don’t know of anything a fear more than legs and back on the same day.  I personally love doing back because it is an area many people can see fast results (and it builds a number of other body parts at the same time), but doing legs with back is simply exhausting.  This will be one of the toughest workouts no matter how many times you’ve done it.  This is a fat-burning, heart-pumping, muscle-building routine that, if done right and with intensity, will leave you feeling sore every time.

Time: 60 minutes + 18 minutes Ab Ripper X

Estimated Calorie Burn: 420 – 550 calories

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6.0 Kenpo X | Review

“Fun, fun, fun!”  -Tony Horton

Aerobic exercise that will build muscle. I’ve done this exercise over 40 times and every time I do it my shoulders, arms, and back feel it the next day. As long as you go hard and hit the moves with some intensity you’ll be sure to get a great muscle toning workout every time.

Time: 60 minutes

Estimated Calorie Burn: 450 – 600 calories

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7.0 X Stretch | Review

“If you ignore stretching…you’re going to plateau.” -Tony Horton

I use to think stretching was over rated…but put it in on one of your “off” days and the results will be amazing. Injury, flexibility, and definition all come from stretching.  So, though you may feel tempted to skip this workout, DON’T! Your body will thank you.

Time: 60 minutes

Estimated Calorie Burn: 200 calories

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8.0 X Core Synergistics | Review

“You are going to prevent injury, make yourself less vurnable…and more durable.” -Tony Horton

This is P90X2 before there was P90X2. It is a great “real-life” workout routine which builds core strength, and, in turn, will help improve every other exercise you do. With a strong core comes control and power. Only thing I wish is that this workout came in more often in the P90X schedule…but then again, that’s why there’s P90X2.

Time: 60 minutes

Estimated Calorie Burn: 350 – 450 calories

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9.0 Chest, Shoulders, & Triceps | Review

“Good old fashion weightlifting one-o-one.” -Tony Horton

The upper body stabilizing muscles back to back to back. This is a very good workout filled with push move after push move. No matter what you my think about biceps, if you want to look good in a tank top this is the routine for you (the triceps are 75% of your arm!).  In my opinion, this is one of the best workouts in the program.

Time: 60 minutes + 18 minutes Ab Ripper X

Estimated Calorie Burn: 320 – 450 calories

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10.0 Back + Biceps | Review

“Simple old school.” -Tony Horton

Want a huge pump? Then hit this routine hard. If you want to look in a tank top then do Chest, Shoulders, & Triceps, but if you want to look good in a fitted dress shirts (or no shirt) then this is the workout for you.

Time: 60 minutes + 18 minutes Ab Ripper X

Estimated Calorie Burn: 320 – 450 calories

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11.0 Cardio X | Review

“A little bit of yoga, plyo, and core…so you can look exce-llent!” -Tony Horton

Depending on your fitness level this workout might be an “off” day session or a replacement for Plyometrics. If your looking to do doubles, or just looking to burn some extra calories without having to jog, this is the right workout for the job.

Time: 60 minutes

Estimated Calorie Burn: 400 – 500 calories

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12.0 Ab Ripper X | Review

“The opportunity to get the best-most-ripped abdominal area you’ve ever had.” -Tony Horton

I used to think you’d have to use weights to get defined abs…but I guess if you’re doing over 300 reps of ab moves you don’t really need weights. And just so you know, I’ve been doing this ab routine for over 240 days and I still can’t hang with the crew.

Time: 18 minutes

Estimated Calorie Burn: 130 – 200 calories

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X2 Core | Review

“The entire body – where the money is.” - Tony Horton

P90X Core Synergistics continued. I don’t want to say it is more than the original Core Synergistics because that exercise is killer, but X2 Core gets the P90X2 party started. Get ready to start, in my opinion, the best total body all around workout routine out there. P90X2 will expose your weak spots and, by the end of the 90 days, you’ll eventually have none.

Time: 60 minutes + 18 minute X2 Ab Ripper (not in original schedule but I include it).

Estimated Calorie Burn: 400 – 500 calories

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Plyocide | Review

“Death by jumping.” - Tony Horton

P90X Plyometrics squared is pretty much what this is all about. The first time it might just be one of the hardest workouts you’ve ever done, but by the end you’ll most likely love it. And if you don’t love it, by the time your done with P90X2’s Plyocide schedule P90X’s Plyometrics will be more of a strength training routine than an aerobic one. So stick to it and go hard – this will certainly pay off both on the scale and visually.

Time: 60 minutes

Estimated Calorie Burn: 450 – 600 calories

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Recovery + Mobility | Review

“Something awesome!” - Tony Horton

Stretching and rolling that really makes a difference. This routine is built in to prevent injury and allow you to go harder each and every workout. I truly believe that this routine (along with Yoga) is what spot trains your weak spots and makes your results sky-rocket. Some might take this day as a complete day off… but if you want to truly perform at your peak, DON’T SKIP this routine!

Time: 60 minutes

Estimated Calorie Burn: 150 – 200 calories

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Total Body | Review

“Everything – top to bottom.” - Tony Horton

A true total body workout. Mixing Yoga Balance moves with traditional weight lifting for a mind-calming/muscle-bruning routine that requires as much focus as strength. If it’s your first time giving the workout a go then I’d recommend starting off light. First, allow your balance to get better and as you gain more control over the exercises then you can up your weight. Remember, size AND/OR definition come with heavier weights – NOT high reps!

Time: 60 minutes + 18 minutes X2 Ab Ripper

Estimated Calorie Burn: 400 – 500 calories

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X2 Yoga | Review

“Enjoy the journey.” -Tony Horton

X2 Yoga is a condensed more focused version of the original P90X Yoga. X2 Yoga is more aerobic and strength and a bit less balance…but that’s understandable being that the entire P90X2 regimen focuses on balance. It might take you a bit to get use to it, but once you do this Yoga routine becomes a great workout and an even better stress reliever.

Time: 68 minutes

Estimated Calorie Burn: 200 – 300 calories

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Balance + Power | Review

“Fun, fun, fun!”  -Tony Horton

Another X2 workout that will leave you soaking wet and feeling great (or burnt out the first number of times). This routine really gets you ready for the rest of the program. Your weak spots will be exposed and you might feel a little deterred, but don’t be! If you know where you’re weak you’ll know where to work.

Time: 60 minutes

Estimated Calorie Burn: 450 – 600 calories

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Chest + Back + Balance | Review

“Represent extreme fitness.” -Tony Horton

Focusing on core and balance development, this routine especially prepares you for the next two phases of X2. Remember to focus on your core and forget about being perfect – you wont be!  But stick with it and by the third week you’ll be stronger, in more control, and ready to progress farther than you ever have before.

Time: 60 minutes

Estimated Calorie Burn: 350 – 500 calories

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X2 Shoulders + Arms | Review

“They weights are the key.” -Tony Horton

Yet another killer arms routine…but this time the core gets some action too. The X2 Arms routine puts you in unstable positions to force the body into using the core to maintain balance which, not only helps build the core, but also isolates the arms. So, though you may not be able to do as much weight as you normally do, the arms are so isolated you’ll have no choice but to feel the burn and see results.

Time: 60 minutes + 18 minutes X2 Ab Ripper

Estimated Calorie Burn: 350 – 450 calories

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Base + Back | Review

“Plyo and Pull-Ups – yikes!” -Tony Horton

The two largest body muscle are back on the same day…and you’ll feel like vomiting! But try to hold it done and go as hard as you can because if you can hang with this workout most all other workouts will feel like a walk in th park. I am a true believer that working legs and back on the same day WILL build a ton of endurance and do it quickly.  So, you could go running for 3 hours straight…or you could do an hour of this routine…seems like a no brainer…until you figure out how hard this really can be if you go at it 110%.

Time: 60 minutes + 18 minutes X2 Ab Ripper

Estimated Calorie Burn: 400 – 550 calories

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P.A.P. Lower | Review

“This about power and preformance.” -Tony Horton

One of the two hardest exercises I’ve ever done – PERIOD! I can’t even begin to tell you how difficult this routine can be if you go at it 100%. Yeah it gets easier every time, but easier than the hardest routine ever is still harder than anything I had ever done. Don’t let the first set foul you – it’s not easy! And by the end of the second set you’ll wonder how in the world you are going to finish the next 2…let alone do another 4 sets of another group of exercises that are just as hard. So, get excited (and even a little scared), you’re in for one of the toughest hours of your life.

Time: 60 minutes + 18 minutes Ab Ripper X

Estimated Calorie Burn: 400 – 500 calories

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P.A.P. Upper | Review

“This thing’s going to change your life.” -Tony Horton

The other one of the two hardest exercises I’ve ever done – PERIOD! Let me repeat the exact statement from P.A.P. Lower because it applies here too. “I can’t even begin to tell you how difficult this routine can be if you go at it 100%. Yeah it gets easier every time, but easier than the hardest routine ever is still harder than anything I had ever done. Don’t let the first set foul you – it’s not easy! And by the end of the second set you’ll wonder how in the world you are going to finish the next 2…let alone do another 4 sets of another group of exercises that are just as hard. So, get excited (and even a little scared), you’re in for one of the toughest hours of your life.”

Time: 60 minutes

Estimated Calorie Burn: 400 – 550 calories

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X2 Ab Ripper | Review

“Not just the abs, the entire core.” -Tony Horton

Another round of effective abdominal moves that help build and sculpt the core. In my opinion these moves are not as tough as the original Ab Ripper X moves, but this time it’s more about isolation than the moves themselves. So, stick with the program and stay committed to it and you’ll see results…and, if you’re like me, throw the original Ab Ripper X in the mix from time to time…I don’t think Tony would mind.

Time: 18 minutes

Estimated Calorie Burn: 130 – 200 calories

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P90X/P90X2 HYBRID PROGRAM SCHEDULE

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PHASE ONE

Weeks 1 and 2

Weeks 3 and 4

PHASE TWO

Weeks 5 and 6

Weeks 7 & 8

PHASE THREE

Week 9

Week 10

Weeks 11 – 13

RECOVERY

When Needed (every 3 or 6 weeks)

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