X2 Total Body

P90x-2: Phase I (Foundation)

This picks up where X2-Core stops. It’s chest presses on stability balls, bicep curls either one one leg, on a stability ball or in a half chair pose…. in short, this is working on all of my weaknesses. It’s basically two sets, one for each side. This will prepare you, without question, as you move into phase II.

Not sure if anyone has heard of our used P90x+, but it’s not like that. This is more like Tony Horton’s One On One Series called “One One Leg.” This is a concentrated core workout, not old-school muscle isolation. Yes, you get your curls, push-ups, and pull-ups in, but it’s always while using multiple muscle groups. Let’s just say….. I Loved it!

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This entry was posted on February 3rd, 2014 at 5:00 pm

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