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P90X2 Base

P90X2™ keeps your progress going after P90X® with more Muscle Confusion™. Get 12 new breakthrough workouts that build agility, core strength, and athleticism.

Get blown away by your visible results. AND performance.

P90X2™ continues the Muscle Confusion™ with the latest cutting-edge training technique used by pro sports trainers. Twelve workouts help you focus on your abs/core, powerful athletic function, and lightning-bolt agility. Expect to chisel your body and virtually blast right through your plateaus.

Also available on Blu-ray™ Discs.
FREE lifetime disc replacement is included with Blu-ray pre-orders.

Here’s what you get with P90X2:

12 breakthrough, muscle-challenging workouts –

  • X2 Core. Works your core using instability. Master this routine for overall improved movement.
  • Plyocide. Explosive movements combined with mind and coordination drills for super speed/endurance.
  • X2 Recovery + Mobility. Realign your body with a foam-rolling technique and complete stretching routine.
  • X2 Total Body. Push your body to use the correct muscles and proper form to handle resistance and instability challenges.
  • X2 Yoga. Increase your isometric power and range of motion, and build stabilizer muscle strength.
  • X2 Balance + Power. Push your limits through strength and explosive movements while improving alignment.
  • Chest + Back + Balance. Achieve superior strength gains over those achieved through traditional weight training by working on unstable platforms.
  • X2 Shoulders + Arms. Keep your shoulders and arms strong and in balance to help minimize your risk of injury.
  • Base + Back. Give your two largest muscle groups a super workover with a pull-up and plyo extravaganza.
  • P.A.P. Lower. Give your lower body a cutting-edge workout with four-round complexes that boost performance.
  • P.A.P. Upper. Regain your youth with Post-Activation Potentiation training for your upper body.
  • X2 Ab Ripper. Upgrade your concept of what an ab workout should be with a series of demanding core movements.

Plus, get these information-loaded tools:

  • Fitness Guide. Get all the facts and tools you need to maximize your P90X2 results.
  • Nutrition Guide. We’ve evolved the diet along with the exercise program. Now in addition to traditional high-performance food choices, you can customize your plan with grain-free and vegan options.
  • How to Bring It Again Video. Get a quick overview of the complete P90X2 training system.

And even more tools to keep you on track:

  • 90-Day Workout Calendar. Set P90X2 workout goals each day, and schedule your recovery week when you need it.
  • Online Support. You’ll have access to Tony Horton and our panel of Beachbody® experts as well as peer support from other people doing P90X2.

Exclusive FREE bonus workouts:

  • Get 2 FREE workouts when you order from your Coach or Team Beachbody®: P90X ONE on ONE® 4 Legs and P90X ONE on ONE® Upper Body Balance. A $39.90 value—FREE.

90-Day Money-Back Guarantee
We’re so sure you’ll love this program, we’re giving you our 90-day money-back guarantee. If you’re not completely satisfied, simply call Customer Service to return P90X2 within 90 days for a refund of the purchase price.

 

DVD Pricing: Retail $119.85
*If you’d like Blu-ray there is a $22.50 additional charge

Here are links to a couple of my specific P90X2 reviews as I went through the program =

X2 Guidebooks

X2 Foundation Review

X2 Update / Review

My X2 Results

19 comments
Bheitt
Bheitt

Coach,


After reading about your experience and results with X2, I can't wait to begin! I've got a couple of questions for you about what you might advise:


I plan on following your Round 2 plan for two consecutive rounds of X2 (really want to shed the residual fat by summer). However, I didn't have the money for the advance strength workouts. Would it be okay to just do the basic strength workouts again for Phase 4 of your plan?


Also, I plan on starting X2 on Christmas morning. I have as of late pulled a chest muscle in my right pec (about a week ago, but it's feeling a little better now). Should I just take it easy on chest workouts until then, or avoid them completely until it heals? I want to start X2 without going into it with a pre-existing injury.


Thanks in advance for the advice!

Shama
Shama

Coach Wayne, happy Holidays and a wonderful 2013!! I have heard bits & pieces of your program. I am an ex marathon runner and have completed several marathons within the State and outside the USA. I would like to get involved with the P90X2 program but I am afraid I cannot lift more than 25 pounds, so want to know if I could manage the P90X2 and do I qualify. I workout everyday with free weights, Functional trainer, and Bikram yoga every two days out; I have lost a lot of weight that I gained through excessive travel & bad habits but I have regained my disciplined and need to lose 25 pounds in 2013. Please provide some guidance and a way to get on with the program and most important if I could pay via money order, so to keep it a surprise for my spouse. Thank you, Shama I would also like to know if I can first send a money order (with the exact costs)

Jean Bonneau
Jean Bonneau

Thanks! I'm nowhere near as strong as you are. If you're using 52.5lbs then hopefully my 40lbs dumbbells would work just fine. Thanks again

Jean Bonneau
Jean Bonneau

Hey Coach! It's Jean. I just purchased P90X2 through your link. I followed your advice. Hopefully I'll get it soon enough. I have a question. Does P90X2 require a lot of weight? For instance, with P90X, lawnmowers I can use 75lbs for that move alone. I had to actually borrow my friends 75lbs dumbbell because mine's only goes up to 40lbss. Can these work outs be done with lighter weights or should I invest in the 60-90lbs weights?

Jon J
Jon J

Coach, I have only a couple weeks left of P90X so I just completed my order of P90X2 thru you........... I am excited to continue to Crush It! Thanks again for all the feedback!

Nick
Nick

Hey Coach, Contemplating buying p90x2. Could you tell me which workouts are apartment-friendly? As a point of reference, I can do yoga, kenpo, core synergistics, etc. no problem. But under no circumstances can I do a workout like plyometrics for fear of driving my downstairs neighbor insane. Clap pushups are okay. But Sean T's jumping moves are a no-go. Make sense? Which workouts from p90x2 are okay? Thanks, as always, for the help! Nick

Alex
Alex

Hey Coach, just wondering what they mean about it's only 5 days a week. Are the X2 Recovery & Mobility like the X Stretch where you can skip them? Also, I saw that you chose the "Strength Emphasis", what other emphases are there?

Matthew
Matthew

Can you buy p90x2 in the uk

GtownMan
GtownMan

Coach - I have the push-up bars,the pull-up bar, and the mat for P90X. I ordered the P90X2 Base package and am waiting on it to arrive. What additional equipment will I need for the P90X2 program?

ryan
ryan

Coach - ordered from link on this page. Does that tie up to you so you get credit. Want to be sure you do. God Bless.

CoachWayne
CoachWayne moderator

@Bheitt I think it is fine to re-use the Strength workouts. No problem at all. I would definitely make sure your pec is 100%. You do TONS of stabilizing work with X2 so I wouldn't want you to tweak it again. I would probably rest 100% in your case. 


But you are going to LOVE it! Can't wait to hear how it goes. The Foundation phase can seem to start slowly, but it's good and builds a huge base for the other phases. 


Bring it!!

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

Hey Jean, for the most part you will lose lighter weights on X2 since you are in unbalanced positions. There is one move -- stability ball chest press -- here I could do a much higher weight than the 52.5, but in my opinion that no worth gettin a bigge set of weights for 1 move. I just do more reps on that move.

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

Awesome Jon! Keep it up! Thanks for ordering through me!

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

Hey Nick, you would be fine doing every X2 workout in your apt except Plyocide and the base (leg) portion of base and back (it is Plyometric based).

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

Yes Alex, Recovery and Mobility is a stretching / foam rolling workout. It's on the schedule twice per week, but you can sub other activities and work the stretching in on your own time. The "Strength Emphasis" is my own idea, since each phase can be from 3-6 weeks in length. I am spending longer in the strength phase ... thus the name I gave it of strength emphasis :-)

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

Hey Matthew, you can't buy it through the teambeachbody network of coaches (which is what I am), but you can call the main Beachbody 1-800 number and ask for the international dept. and ask them. Hope that helps!

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

Hey GtownMan, it would be good to pick up a stability ball, a foam roller, and 2 medicine balls. That will give you the equipment you need to do Tony's moves on every workout.

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

Yes Ryan. Thanks for ordering through me man!