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I'm on week 12 of P90X and LOVE it! I've learned so much from Tony particularly in relation to my diet. When I think of the hours I put in at the gym and was getting nowhere fast! So, I started at 13 stone weight with a high body fat %. I went down to 11.5 stone after month one and am now at 12 stone - minus the gut and moobs with good definition which is fantastic! I feel so much stronger.
My goal is to add 7 pounds of muscle as at 5'11" I look rather too skinng and Im looking for a programme to help me achieve that. Can the 1-on-1 with Tony DVDs help me achieve that or is it again focused on fat shedding?
TonyLeBlanc Nutrition is what sheds fat. Get your nutrition dialed in and track everything. My fav 1-on-1s are Diamond Delts, Just Arms, and 30-15. Great picks to change it up a bit.
I plan to start on the one-on-one workouts soon, and I would just like to ask, from your experience, which workout is the best for increasing arm muscles?
Hey coach, can you buy all of the volumes like volume 1 on a DVD disc set? With P90X2 coming out, would you reccomend having the one on one's or waiting for the X 2 to come out?
Yes you can Dustin. Under "Programs" --> "Tony Horton 1-on-1" --> ..... you'll see 4 options (Volume 1, Volume 2, Volume 3, and single DVD's). You can order them in any of those fashions. The 1-on-1's are great, but I prefer to use selected workouts rather than a whole volume. Since it will still be a few months before P90X2 becomes available, I'd pick up a few if it were me (in fact, I have! LOL!)
I think it would only be a waste of money if the one-on-one workout was exactly the same as MC2. If they're different, then I consider it money well spent. Thanks.
Hey Coach Wayne I am seriously thinking about getting the Shoulders and Arms MC2. However, I also plan on getting P90X MC2 when it comes out. It may be a little early to ask this since MC2 has not been released yet, but would I would I be basically buying the same workout twice? Is Shoulders and Arms MC2 going to already be a part of P90X MC2? I hope you understand what I am asking.
Hey Matt, I know exactly what you are asking, and yes, P90X2 will have a Shoulders and Arms workout that is based loosely on this 1-on-1. It has been changed and is different, but the concept is the same. So if you want a bit of an early start, get this. But if you'd rather save the money and just wait about 6 months, do that because P90X2 will be "the motha of all workouts!!!"
Hey Carlo, he does a much more abbreviated warmup/cooldown on his 1-on-1's when compared to the P90X videos you are used to. If you need extra stretching or warmup, you are expected to do it on your own before pushing play. The all-time classic is on Killer Abs when Tony starts to stretch and then says "it's abs, I don't really need to warm up. I took a warm shower this morning. I'm hitting the deck!" LOL!
@Kjetil: I started using one on ones after my first round of P90X . I probably could have handled them earlier. Everyone's body is different. These are here mainly to give you a little something different to add/enhance your routine. I found some of the workouts harder (30-15) and some easier (diamond delts - effective just not as tough) And I know a few folks that feel the opposite about these workouts. If you're interested in trying them, I'd say go for it. My favorites: 30-15, just arms, fountain of youth yoga, diamond delts, ARX2, the new shoulders and arms Click here to order: http://teamripped.com/programs/tony-horton-one-on-one/1-on-1-singles Bring it!
I agree You can start the 1-on-1s at any time...they aren't necessarily harder. Just different. Basically you are given a look into Tony H's "lab"----where he creates all of his routines. 30-15 is probably my 2nd favorite. Upper Body Balance is, in my opinion, the hardest one---and my favorite. Coach Indo