A good friend of mine uses it and he loves it. He may complain about be sore afterwords but the result are there.
Well, on November 3rd I'm starting the P90X program. I am eXtremely excited about it. I've been working out under the MAX-OT program for 13 weeks and I've been gaining muscle mass but I haven't lost any body fat. Being a massage therapist and knowing about anatomy and physiology and watching the videos and reading the books, all I can say is that is definitely a complete workout. Too bad I can't afford the food they suggest on the guide (since I'm unemployed at the moment) but I am calculating the amount of calories at each eating time and get the nutrition information of the food to try to match it with whatever food I can get.
P90x is the all around package to get you ripped it has worked wonders for me. I love it I am on my 2nd round of the X and lost about 35lbs of FAT the first round. Let me know if you need any help with the program I am a coach for p90x
Do you have any tips for beginner? I am trying to get in to shape. I do not like gym environment so I prefer P90X but it seems very difficult. I can go through more then half way before I am completely tired and sore. It is some what discouraging knowing that I am unable to finish one complete disc.
ive actually been interested in this for a while but never gave it a shot. im currently working on strength/size at the moment with a 5x5 program and will be cutting probably around March. would it be better for me to just do a conventional cut while still doing my current routine or should i try p90x? the only thing im worried about with p90x is losing any muscle that ive gained.