P90x

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  1. pg600rr

    pg600rr Senior member

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    Why not use bittorrent to steal it?

    I have been looking to switch things up a bit and would like to try p90x as well... maybe logged the results for a 3-6 month period....

    where/how to you download it off the net? and can it be burned onto dvd fairly easy so i can watch it on TV??

    thanks!
     
  2. Class54

    Class54 Well-Known Member

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    Where/how to you download it off the net? and can it be burned onto dvd fairly easy so i can watch it on TV??

    thanks!


    Hit the torrents.
     
  3. BrooklynHighpost

    BrooklynHighpost Senior member

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    Yeah, the whole thing is like 8 gigs off the torrents. Pretty worth it. Non stop workouts are great especially after sitting at work staring at your computer all day.
     
  4. Brian SD

    Brian SD Moderator

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    I have the Ab Ripper X video. Man that thing is really killer, I really like it. Lots of motions I never knew to do.
     
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    Yeah, I just did the Ab Ripper X last night. I really need a yoga mat or something though, my back hurts from my hard wood floor.
     
  6. TRINI

    TRINI Senior member

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    P90X+ is also good...it ups the intensity...shorter rests, etc.
     
  7. turbozed

    turbozed Senior member

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    from another forum:

    "muscle confusion is like sexual confusion. p90x achieves both."
     
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    As an FYI, P90x makes it quite clear that the program is not for beginners.

    Anyone know of a program for beginners?
     
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    I love the P90X. This thing got me in great shape in a few months. It is really intense though but it works for sure.
     
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    I did p90x this summer and I lost alot of weight. I went from 180 to 158, although after 90 days of it I do feel a bit bored. I'm contemplating in doing the doubles program or doing insanity, which is another beachbody product that seems to be more cardio based.
     
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    Ha i tried the ab ripper after a steady diet of oreos and beer (was getting a bit of a gut, otherwise very thin guy) and it kicked my ASS... hurt to walk and sit up for like 2 or 3 days haha sucked in a big way. Definitely not for beginners... but i suppose you could just do as much as you felt you could for awhile instead of pushing through to the end like i did.
     
  13. MetroStyles

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    Ha i tried the ab ripper after a steady diet of oreos and beer (was getting a bit of a gut, otherwise very thin guy) and it kicked my ASS... hurt to walk and sit up for like 2 or 3 days haha sucked in a big way. Definitely not for beginners... but i suppose you could just do as much as you felt you could for awhile instead of pushing through to the end like i did.

    This part before the actual routine has me lolling every time:

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  14. TRINI

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    Anyone know of a program for beginners?
    I think Power 90 might be a good start. For those bored w/ P90X, I'd recommend the P90X+ program. Similar but more intense...shorter rest periods and greater emphasis on performing the exercise for the allotted time rather than completing a target number of reps.
     
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    This part before the actual routine has me lolling every time:

    Lolz, reminds me of Gob from Arrested Development.
     

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