P90X is a revolutionary system of 12 sweat-inducing, muscle-pumping workouts, designed to transform your body from regular to ripped in just 90 days. You’ll also receive a comprehensive 3-phase nutrition plan, specially designed supplement options, a detailed fitness guide, a calendar to track your progress, online peer support, and much more. Your personal trainer, Tony Horton, will keep you engaged every step of the way, and you won’t believe your results!
**Bonus** Anyone who buys P90X through their coach (me!) will get the following absolutely FREE =
1) 5 Bonus P90X PLUS workouts on 4 DVD’s (see below for details)
2) 2 free DVD’s from Tony Horton’s 1-on-1 series. It includes Fountain of Youth Yoga (a nice — shorter — yoga option for those who don’t like the 90 minute Yoga X), and Mammoth UML (Upper Middle Lower), a great full-body workout. These are a $40 value! What a deal!! Just make sure you order through your coach, because otherwise you won’t get these extra free DVD’s!
When you receive P90X, you will receive 12 DVD’s, along with a Fitness Guide and Nutrition Guide. The Fitness Guide has about 100 pages that go into great detail about each of the workouts and how to do the exercises, allowing you to go to the gym and do the workouts if you would like. The Nutrition Guide is a comprehensive 3 phase guide that explains how, what, and when to eat. I really like the Meal Plan because it outlines exactly what foods you should eat every day. You will also need to have the P90X Pull-Up bar, which is excellent because you don’t have to attach it to anything. All you have to have is a door frame wide enough to hold it. Once you begin the program, you’re quickly going to realize why the program is so effective! For one thing, you are going to be extremely sore during the first few weeks! I know I was! When Beachbody talks about muscle confusion, they aren’t kidding!
I started the program at 255 lbs and 22% body fat. After the first month, I had lost 20 lbs and about 9% body fat, and was already in the best shape of my life, and knew that it was only going to get better. When day 90 rolled around, I had lost a total of 43 lbs and 15% body fat, and was absolutely ripped! I finished with just 7% body fat! That’s CRAZY!! I still can’t believe how amazing the results are with P90X!
People literally could not believe my transformation, and immediately wanted to know what I did. I told them that “if you are able to commit yourself to this program that you too could get into the best shape of your life!” If you’re one of those people who are tired of being out of shape and ready for a change, click below to try P90X today! It worked for me and it can for you too!
The secret behind the P90X system is an advanced training technique called Muscle Confusion™, which accelerates 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!
Our Price: $119.85
3 GUIDES TO GET YOU STARTED!
3 Phase Nutrition Plan designed to help you lose fat while maintaining high energy levels.
P90X Fitness Guide packed with valuable fitness information to help you get the most out of your program.
“How to BRING IT” video for a quick overview of the complete P90X Extreme Home Fitness training system.
12 HIGHLY DIVERSE AND INTENSE WORKOUTS:
Chest & Back
Shoulders & Arms
Legs & Back
Chest, Shoulders, & Triceps
Back & Biceps
Ab Ripper X
5 P90X Plus Advanced Workouts (on 4 DVDs):
Interval X Plus. Propel your heart rate up and down with 3 speeds: recovery, medium, and full-out, creating the most dramatic change in the shortest period of time.
Kenpo Cardio Plus. This advanced-level Kenpo, with new moves, will shred the most stubborn layer of fat with an all-out self-defense workout.
Upper Plus. This monster upper-body workout will defy the plateau phenomenon by blasting all the muscles from the hips on up.
Total Body Plus. By adding new synergistic moves, your muscles get pumped, then recuperate in stages until you’ve got nothing left.
Abs/Core Plus. This workout adds 4 different positions (hanging, sitting, standing, and plank positions) to intensify your ab work and shred your midsection even faster.
TOOLS TO KEEP YOU MOTIVATED:
P90X Calendar to set your workout goals, track your progress, and stay motivated.
FREE Online Support Tools for access to fitness experts, peer support, and motivation!
Want to purchase everything together? Click on the picture below to learn more about the P90X Peak Results Package, which comes with the P90X Chin-Up Bar, 3 Resistance Bands, and a months’ supply of the P90X Results and Recovery Formula!
Thank you Wayne, I am already doing all that, but I am wondering if I should stick with the 3 phases and do a 2nd round, or do this round with all fat shredder and next round with 1 month of energy booster and the other 2 months with endurance maximizer. What should I do?
Hi Wayne, I just recently started p90x a week ago, and I am doing exactly what it tells me to do with my nutrition, but I am not sure of how much weight I should use, I am using the bands and have no pull up bar and I want to lose 33 pounds, what do you suggest, I am commited to this
Could anyone tell me how I am able to watch the P90X videos on my android tablet when I am away every week (I work for an airline) or do i still have to lug my laptop around with me? Thanks in advance and looking forward to brining it!!
Hi Coach Wayne, pls, I wanted to ask if i could make the protein shake without shakeology, also should i strictly stick with the P90X protein bar or can i get another protein bar and lastly im on level I and out of the 3 phases, i find phase 2 to be the best for me so can i stick with it throughout the 90 days (even though i wanna lose some fat and put on lean muscles) or do i have to change it at some point?
Hey coach, I'm on week 6 of a Insanity/P90 Hybrid program. Your calculator said that I with a 500 Calorie deficit, I should be ingesting 2136 cal/day (50/30/20). I started the program at 6' 180lbs/20% BF. At the end of week 4 took another pic but my belly fat and love handles didn't seem to budge. I busted my but those first 4 weeks and ate perfect, weighed all my food. I did notice a small difference but just not as much as I would of hoped. In week 5, I lowered my calorie intake to 1936 and started playing tennis 3x a week. This morning (Day1 week 6) I weighed in at 177lbs and maybe down to 17%. The thing that now concerns me is if I'm eating too few calories?
This morning I burned 640cals during P90x and burned 620cals in the evening playing tennis. I feel pretty good as far as energy goes despite playing tennis in 90* temps. If I feel ok, should I stay at 1936cals or go back to 2136?
Coach - Two quesitons - I am on week 3 of P90x, did a full round a few years ago with good results but fell off the program, gained weight, etc. I am now totally committed and after reading through your site would like to get you as my coach. I already have a beachbody account, not sure if I have a coach already, how do I sign up!
Second, last time I did the program I had to stop doing Chest, Shoulders & Tri because it was aggravating an old shoulder injury where Shoulders & Arms does not. My question - for week 5 do I just stick with Shoulders & Arms? If that is the case I assume I should just do the same exercizes as Week 1-3.
Today was day 1 P90x and I loved it! Nice change up from just finishing Insanity. Coach, can you or anyone one a Ipad app to track progress. Did not hear the best reviews on the BB app and its iPhone only. Anyone?
Finishing up Insanity this Friday!!!! 5'9 weight 149 BF ~10.5%. Want to start p90x Saturday but have some basics. 1) abs are just about there but in terms of diet don't want to lose anymore, in fact would like to build some muscle but lean ripped muscle, not bulk. Do I stick to the 50/30/20 or 40/40/20? Should I run a deficit calorie wise ( currently eating about 1450-1500 and 45/35/20) or follow the 149*10 + (149*.20) + 600 = 2400? Seems like a big jump calorie wise for me (+ 900). Need help.
Hey Coach I was wondering why I would stop losing any weight and very little bf if I am on week 8 of p90x and have been trying my best at eating healthy considering I'm a teen lol and have not missed a single workout?? Thanks for the help.
I am starting a round of p90x, and yesterday I did chest and back. But the thing was that when I was doing heavy pants I felt the pull in my lower back, so I really suspect I am doing it wrong and I don't want to hurt my back trying to get fit. What is the correct form for doing that move? or more general, what's the correct form to lift weight when your back is inclined?
I am just finishing up week 13 of p90x and I feel great. I want to keep on going but I can't afford to invest in one of the other programs yet. Should I start a second round of p90x right away or do I needto take a break for a while. Also I have been on the 1900 cal fat shredder diet for the entire 90 days, but when I started I was WAY out of shape so I still have a ways to go to get down to the bf% I would like. Should I continue with fat shredder or switch it up for a bit? As always your advice and motivation has been invaluable I wouldn't have made it through these last 90 days without this site and your help.
I am a 14 year old who is 5'8 and 140 lbs. I am thinking about doing P90x to get in shape for my first year of high school football which starts in the summer. I think of myself as the skinny-fat kid. With cloths on I look skinny, but when the shirt comes off, the belly and love handles come up. I was just wondering if I should do P90X classic and add Insanity for the cardio days. My goal is to get rid of the belly and love handles and gain muscle throughout my body(especially abs). Do you think thats a good goal for 90 days? I am also wondering if 1680-2280 calories is enough calories to consume a day. Thanks! Nolan
Yesterday was my last day insanity and fittest and did even as p90x test. the only thing I could do was pull ups, I do not manage to lift myself up hah. I am glad that insanity is ready. I held on to an injury to my knees and it is still keenly felt, so I hope it does not get in the way will be for p90x. I've had good results from insanity, month two was supper hard but worth it. Today I start p90x and I was wondering if there are things to look out and or do. you might have tips for me? and what the paper is concerned what exactly do I write in the workouts? is not clear to me. All tips are welcome Coach so please teach me how to do it for p90x and I will 4ever grateful.
I am not as sore on my back as i would like to be in the of my back
Workouts in P90X. I currently step up from a chair and pull up to a chin up bar. I rep up to 14-18 reps. I feel that i may not be bringing it as much as i can . Would getting the bands make any difference? I am 6' 3" and have a lot of fat to lose and also want to gain muscle along the way.
Hi coach. I seem to have tweaked or pulled a muscle trying to do pull ups. Everytime that I try to do one now the muscle running from right under my armpit down my back gives out. Do you have any suggestions for exercises that I can do instead of pull ups until the muscle heals?
Hey Coach! I just started with P90X and about the first week done not missing one day but i was wondering about cardio since i am following the classic calendar, would it be better to add cardio X on the same day that another workout and if so which one and how often / week?
Luis, I would stay put. Are you actually measuring BF or just looking at pics? You will lose BF at different rates from different areas of your body. So your love handles could hold onto it longer. I would use some calipers and actually see what is truly going on. You could be adding muscle and slowly losing BF which would not produce a large change in weight. Keep up the good work! If you are putting in that much work and being that accurate, you will see HUGE changes. You are just dialing it in!
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Then if you really think that CST will give you problems again, you could go back into month 1 after your recovery week. I would be tempted it try it again though and just really watch it. Go slowly and feel it out.
@Joe Bones Great work man! I would use the formula you listed and take a deficit from 2400. So to lose about 1 lb a week, -600 a day. That would take you to 1800 and you can stick with 45/35/20 or go tot 40/40/20. It will still be a nice 300 calorie boost. You have to lose a little more weight to lose BF at any real rate. If you try to lose weight and maintain your overall weight at the same time, you are in for a SLOW process. I would keep on the deficit until you get your abs where you want them. Then you can start adding back in calories. You will build some muscle just with the switch to real weight training. But shed that BF first and then really look to building muscle.
Alex, you really need to keep your back flat and don't let it round over. Lighten up on your weights until you feel confident in keeping your back flat. Also, make sure your knees are bent, that will help keep you flat.
@Priide Hey Richard, congrats! I would roll right into another program as you end P90X with a recovery week. You could transition to a week or two of 40/40/20 to just reboot your nutrition, but then you can get back into Fat Shredder. Keep up the great work!
@Nolan4p90x Exercise is always good. My advice is intended for adults though. Your body has very different requirements at this time in your life. I would suggest talking with your parents and doctor before drastically changing your diet. I am not in a position to give you advice. Check out: www.teamripped.com/4-adults-only
@Priide Any other move that also works the back (like rows) will effect those muscles. I would avoid back work and let it help. See a doc if you think it's serious. Best to heal completely than have a nagging injury.
@CoachWayne Hey Coach, I'm using the 4 point system with the caliper. I probably had most of the the body fat around my upper thighs, so maybe that's why its taking the longer around the stomach? I just weighed myself and I'm at 176.4 so 4lbs in 5 weeks seems right. From the pics it doesn't seem like I added new muscle. It's hard for me to up the weight due to the deficit. I have kept the little muscle I had with the help of creatine and BCAA. I'm sure once I go into the bulk stage and add some cals and weight, I'll start to build muscle. I still have 8 weeks to go, so a lot can happen in that time. thanks again coach. Can't weight to put on some muscle, so I can buy one of those team ripped shirts :)
@CoachWayne thanks coach! Will cut it down some more with current regimen since it is def working week in week out. BTW, ordered the black superman under armour! It is awesome. Thinking about the team ripped athletic shirt next!
So you have lost 4 lbs in 5 weeks? That is a really good and safe pace for losing BF. If you have a higher concentration in one area, it may just take longer to notice those changes. You can't spot train fat so you have to wait for your overall BF to decrease enough for those hard places to drop. Stick with it man!