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P90X Plus


If you love P90X® and you’re saying, “Give me more,” or, “I need a challenge”—then here it is, the P90X Plus Series. Tony Horton takes your P90X workouts to the next level with brand-new moves and never-before-seen workouts all set to hot music created exclusively for P90X Plus by Jason Scheff, lead singer of the band Chicago!

Our Price: $59.90

TONY’S ALL-NEW P90X® Plus SERIES: THE NEXT LEVEL

The NEW P90X Plus will break through plateaus with intense new cardio, muscle chiseling, and ab/core-ripping moves. Adding these new advanced workouts into your P90X rotation will literally TAKE YOUR WORKOUT TO THE NEXT LEVEL and create workout combinations beyond your imagination.

WHEN ARE YOU READY FOR P90X Plus?
P90X Plus workouts are for YOU, if you have achieved a respectable level of fitness and / or if you have completed P90X. To view sample workouts, workout descriptions and testimonials, click here.

P90X Plus SERIES INCLUDES ALL THIS…

5 NEW X-treme Workouts on 4 DVDs:

Interval X Plus
Propels your heart rate up and down with 3 speeds, creating more dramatic change in the shortest period of time. (40 minutes)

Kenpo Cardio Plus
Advanced Kenpo with new moves builds stamina, balance, and agility while shredding the most stubborn layer of fat. (40 minutes)

Upper Plus
This monster upper-body workout will blast all your muscles from the hips on up in a completely synergistic way. (45 minutes)

Total Body Plus
By adding new synergistic moves, your muscles get pumped, then recuperate in stages until you’ve got nothing left. (45 minutes)

Abs/Core Plus
Four different positions to intensify your ab work and shred your midsection even faster. (20 minutes)

Plus Bonus Tools to X-celerate Your Results! with fully customized workout schedules showing you how to incorporate your new P90X Plus workouts into your complete system.

Fitness Guide

Downloadable Worksheets to record your reps and sets and track your progress!

DVD Extras – Tony’s Trainer Tracks with detailed professional tips on every move to help you achieve perfect form and even better results!

My P90X Plus Review:

Towards the end of my first round of P90X, I decided that I needed to purchase another program to take my workouts to the next level and add some variety, and that’s when I decided to get P90X Plus. P90X Plus is very fast paced, so even the resistance workouts are like cardio workouts. The two workouts that are my favorite from the Plus series are Interval X Plus and Upper Body Plus.  Kenpo Cardio Plus is also a lot of fun.  Total Body Plus is like an amped up version of Core Synergystics.  And Abs/Core Plus is an advanced ab/core routine that is not for the faint of heart!  Many of the ab excercises are done while hanging from the pull-up bar or while holding dumbbells.  This workout will rip your core!

Interval X Plus is an excellent workout that will definitely give you a challenge. It involves doing exercises at 3 different speeds: slow, medium, and fast. The only break that you get is when you reach the half-way point, but then you repeat the whole first half again. This program will definitely make you sweat and by the end you’re shirt should be drenched!

Kenpo Cardio Plus is like the regular P90X Kenpo workout on steroids. It is very fast paced and there really aren’t any breaks whatsoever! Even during the breaks you’re doing some light cardio exercises! The one thing that’s very important with this workout is that you use your hips, which will give you a much better workout. This workout is just like Interval X Plus in that it will make you sweat!

The only thing I don’t like about P90X Plus is that it’s really not going to help you gain some strength or mass. The regular P90X workout is best for this. However, if you’re looking for a challenge and want to lose some more weight and body fat, then the Plus Series is the way to go!

P90X Plus is also the perfect way to add variety to future rounds of P90X Classic.  I particularly like substituting Upper Plus for Legs and Back.  The Abs/Core Plus workouts provide a great change of pace when rotated with Ab Ripper X.  The Plus cardio workouts are also a great way to step up from the P90X Classic cardio routines by subbing them for Kenpo / Plyo / Yoga, but they are not quite as intense as Insanity.

Our Price: $59.90

26 comments
brittlesnc
brittlesnc

Hi Coach,


Had a quick question about some of the exercises for P90X+ that require a pull-up bar...


If I don't have a pull-up bar can I substitute those exercises for pull-up exercises that can be used with resistance bands, i.e., wide front pull-ups, chin ups, corn cob, etc?


Also, do you track the number of reps you do for P90X+ exercises like you did for P90X?

And if so, I tried to download the P90X+ material from your 'Free Download' section but a message kept popping up saying something about "too many macros" or something like that...

Raju1
Raju1

Coach I wanna incorporate this with my p90x workouts and wanted to maximize results. What combinations do you recommend?

Mike
Mike

Thanks. I was actually leaning against UBWT just because the other 2 fit into my schedule better. I am setting up my schedule so that no one workout exceeds an hour or 1:05, including ab workouts. I've revamped things to use UBWT and shifted around some of my ab workouts to accommodate. Thanks again.

Mike
Mike

Coach, I just put together a p90x/p90x plus/insanity hybrid, and I've got one quick question. Because insanity works the legs so hard I am going to drop the Legs and Back workout from p90x and replace it with another upper body weight training workout. How would you compare insanity's upper body weight training vs. upper plus vs. total body plus? I think that I would like to use upper plus in my first month cycle and total body plus in my second month cycle, but I wanted your thoughts on all of them. Of course, I could do them all and then decide (and I will eventually), but I wanted to ask. Mike

MC
MC

Hey CW Yesterday to change things up, I did kenpo cardio plus instead of kenpo x. Although its shorter, it seemed like a better workout. I was thinking about doing interval x next Saturday instead of kenpo x. Interval x is also much shorter. Do you think I'll burn as many cals with interval x?

ron
ron

Good afternoon coach, just ordered the x plus, hopping that it will help me lose the last bit of goo that is holding on, reallyt excited to get started. Congrats on the new addition to your family, hope all is well. God bless

Elinore Amory
Elinore Amory

I always do cardio workout because i want to lose weight and have a healthy body. Cardio really keeps me on the move.

Santiago
Santiago

whats the difference between p90x plus and p90x2

Albert
Albert

Hey Coach, which one do you think is a much better ab workout between ab ripper x , abs/core , or cardio abs? I want to mix things up so that I don't get bored but I wanna know what you think burns more calories and gives a good ab workout between the 3. Thanks!!

Albert
Albert

Hey coach, can the abs/core workout be a substitute for ab ripper x?

Paula
Paula

I am a week away from completing my 4th round of P90x. I want to tackle your suggested Perfect Storm routine which requires the additional 1-on-1's and the P90x Plus DVDs. Is there additional equipment that I need on top of the pull-up bar, bands, yoga mat, and weights, which I already own from doing P90x Classic? Thank you Wayne.

GerryWH
GerryWH

ok awsm, thanx coach

GerryWH
GerryWH

hey coach, is it ok to do P90X and P90X + at the same time? that is if i still have energy left after the P90X workout. or is that counter productive?

Dave
Dave

Thanks! I was kind of leaning towards P90X plus, too. Thanks for the input!

Dave
Dave

Hey Coach! Just joined teamripped yesterday! I love your site - really motivating. I'm getting ready to start Phase 3 of my second round of P90X classic. I'm even trying to get in some doubles when I can. I'd also like to start swapping out a few routines for some new ones. I'm debating on getting P90X Plus or three or four of the one-on-one singles. Would you recommend one vs. the other? If the one-on-one's, which discs would be best? I'm most interested in getting rid of fat right now. Thanks!

CoachWayne
CoachWayne moderator

@brittlesnc Yes, you will be able to sub in pull downs with a band. You may have to get a little creative. You always track reps too! I will have to look into that download. The sheets should be on TBB too. 

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

Mike UBWT is by far the most challenging. Use them as you have laid out, but I would definitely use UBWT in month 3 a least. Also, I think you are fine on leg workouts with the Insanity work.

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

MC, the only way to find out is to wear a HRM. You could always do it twice if you want more burn :)

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

P90X Plus is a program designed to help people maintain their results from P90X. It's just 5 workouts, and they are shorter and easier than the actual P90X. P90X2 is a whole new level, designed to push you harder than P90X. It's 14 workouts and an entire new 90 day program.

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

Hey Albert, they are all completely different. Abs/Core Plus burns the most cals and is also the longest. They are all good for variety. I like to implement all of them in a rotation.

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

No Paula. You don't need additional equipment, but in P90X Plus you'll see that they use PowerStands for the pushup moves, and in the same fashion as P90X they show the moves with both dumbbells and bands.

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

Gerry, it's okay as long as you aren't pushing so hard that you injure yourself or start to feel too fatigued to Bring It the next workout. And be sure that you are giving your body the appropriate rest time between lift days (in other words, you'd need to do both lift days on the same day, then the next day do double cardio so that your muscles have the 48 hours they need to recover between lift days).

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

P90X plus is more of a circuit sytle full body workout, so if losing fat is still your priority, then go with that. The 1-on-1's are more for targeting specific muscle building. I like Upper Body Massacre, Just Arms, and Diamond Delts from the 1-on-1's