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New Round of P90X Starting Today!

Everyone wants to start out 2011 in a good way so I decided to start a new round of P90X classic.  For those of you who don’t know I have done 6 rounds of P90X or P90X hybrids so far.  This will be my 7th.

P90X is a home fitness program designed to get you in the best overall shape of your life within 90 days.  I got amazing results from my first round of P90X and have continued by making it a lifestyle.  The whole program is based on muscle confusion.  This style of workouts accelerate the results process by constantly introducing new moves and routines so your body never plateaus, and you never get bored! Whether you want to get lean, bulk up, or just plain get ripped, there’s an endless variety of ways to mix and match the routines to keep you motivated the full 90 days and beyond.  Each phase consists of a new schedule to help confuse your muscles and shock them to grow.  The greatest part about this program is it finds your weaknesses and strengthens them.  All you will need is a pull up bar and a set of dumbbells or resistance bands!  Be sure to check out my P90X Review

Who’s with me?  I have created an event on facebook that you can join to help stay active and motivated.  If you want to purchase P90X please click the link below!

-Coach Sean

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8 comments
Ryan
Ryan

Sean do you have an example of one of your hybrids..I wanted to create one but I wasn't sure which "one on one" videos to add..

Jordan
Jordan

Hey, I just messaged you, but just in case this works better, I’m looking to bulk up. Just ordered P90X, resistance bands and dumbbells, but am not sure if I should alter the program as it seems to be aimed at fitness or weightloss more so than adding mass. What would you recommend? If I just want to gain muscle mass, should I skip cardio and double reps, how did you do it? Thanks and great job!

David
David

Hey Sean, I'm about to start my second round of P90X, and I was curious, as someone who is apparently doing it for the seventh time, do you alter the first month (phase/30 days) of workouts at all? From what I've read the first month is to really get the body aware of what you're putting it though. This seems especially apparent with the doubles routine (which is what I plan to do this round), since you don't start doing doubles until phase two. Since I have already been putting my body through this kind of training, and only took a two week break after completing my first round, is the first round really necessary? Can I format it differently to increase my results? Thanks for any advice, David

shawn 76
shawn 76

i just had a question bout p90x im doing doubles on second month i didnt know if i should drink recovery drink after my morning cardio and after nght workout i am not using p90x recovery cuz of price im using body fortress whey protein if you or someone could help me out I'd appreciate it thank you

Coach Sean
Coach Sean

@Ryan: Message me and I can help ya out.

Coach Sean
Coach Sean

@David: Congrats on becoming a P90X grad! I am now on my 8th round of P90X/Hybrid routine. It sounds like your main questions is whether your not you can start right in to doubles instead of waiting to phase 2? The answer is Yes you can. But I wouldn't start at phase 2, I would still do the phase 1 workouts but add in the doubles to it from there. There is no reason to wait until day 60 of your 2nd round in order to start doing doubles, since you have already done 1 full round. Besides that, how were you looking to format it differently?

Coach Sean
Coach Sean

@shawn 76: I would drink your recovery drink after your resistance workout on your doubles days. That is when you work your muscles the hardest and when they need the extra carbs and protein. Hope that helps! Let me know if you have more questions.