Information – P90X Peak Results Package: Tony Horton’s 90-Day Extreme Home Fitness Ultimate Results Package DVD Program

P90X Peak Results Package: Tony Horton’s 90-Day Extreme Home Fitness Ultimate Results Package DVD Program

  • Complete workout system includes the P90X Workout DVDs, Results and Recovery formula, three resistance bands, 3-Phase nutrition plan, workout calendar, fitness guide, and P90X PLUS workout DVDs
  • 12 intense DVD workouts focuses on either a specific set of muscle groups or a unique training technique
  • Results and Recovery formula is specifically formulated to speed muscle repair and enhance growth after intense workouts
  • Professional-grade resistance bands provide variable resistance so you control the tension for the results you want
  • Comprehensive nutrition guide teaches you how and what to eat, so you gain lean muscle and lose fat all while maintaining high energy levels

Not just an ordinary P90X DVD set, the P90X Peak Results Package is for people that want extreme results in an accelerated time. The package includes specifically selected gear that will help you maximize your results.
The P90X Workout DVDs
Each of the 12 highly diverse and intense DVD workouts focuses on either a specific set of muscle groups or a unique training technique.

Results and Recovery Formula (1-month supply)
This shake is specifically formulated to speed muscle repair and enhance growth after intense workouts.

3 Resistance Bands
These professional-grade resistance bands provide variable resistance so you control the tension for the results you want. You can use them instead of dumbbells for greater muscle confusion

List Price: $ 299.00

Price: $ 299.00

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  • Nyo  On August 26, 2011 at 5:59 pm
    70 of 71 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    great package, forget the bands, June 4, 2010
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    Nyo

    This review is from: P90X Peak Results Package: Tony Horton’s 90-Day Extreme Home Fitness Ultimate Results Package DVD Program (Misc.)

    I love P90x, I have not regretted my purchase for a moment. This particular package comes with items that you may or may not want to use depending on your personal situation. For the workouts, what you do NOT get in this package which you will likely need are a chinup bar (I dont recommend the p90x bands for reasons below), a mat, multiple sets of weights or an adjustable set like the Powerblock ones (or use resistance bands). You dont need alot of space if you are creative – I lunge then pivot and lunge again in my tiny living room.

    Pros: the dvds are fantastic, yes Tony does talk alot, but I prefer having someone to zone out listening to than have my inner monologue kick in during a silence, telling me how hard an exercise is. Tony’s banter is a good distraction, although I am sure some disagree. The dvds are also great in that there is minimal time wasted in explaining an exercise before it is performed. This is great for repeat value since you don’t get inordinately long pauses outside of the designated breaks while an instructor explains something before actually performing it – Tony walks around correcting the others or demonstrating the moves himself -while you are supposed to be doing it-, which I find a huge improvement from other programs and dvds I have tried.

    The recovery drink. although much touted in the dvds, isn’t something I use as frequently. When I do drink it I use a half portion, since I’m five foot four and quite slender, and the relatively few calories I can consume in a day I don’t want to be wasting. That thing is just over 200 for the double scoop ‘recommended’ serving and quite frankly there is alot of sugar in it. Its definitely the best tasting of recovery drinks I have tried though.

    The workout guide is excellent, it breaks down how you can do the classic routine, the lean routine (more cardio and somewhat less intense, for those who want to lose weight) or the ‘doubles’ routine, which is essentially the classic routine but with more cardio in the mid and later phases of the program. There is alot of detail, explanation and a breakdown of the workouts in each dvd.

    The nutrition guide is something I havent delved into too deeply, but it does offer meal plans for every phase of the program as well as recipes. I have tried none of them, as I’m following my own nutrition plan while doing p90x.

    Now, the resistance bands are my problem. For someone like myself without alot of hand strength, negotiating those things was a nightmare. Just trying to get the bands into the handles was impossible, so I threw them out and used a pair I had purchased from the fitness store nearby, along with a door attachment.

    This is definitely an investment if you plan to work out at home and not use a gym nearby for the equipment. I have seen people bringing their laptops downstairs to the apartment gym and playing p90x while grabbing a bunch of weights and cordoning off their little area – if thats your thing, all power to you, but I personally don’t like disrupting other peoples workout time with loud clamour from my dvds and by hogging a large number of weights. I made a $300 investment in good adjustable weights, a mat and a chinup bar that all fit in a tiny space when out of use at home, and I have seen results from as early as two weeks into the program. Be aware that if you do make this plunge, a HUGE part of your success will depend on drinking plenty of fluids, eating the right foods and AT THE RIGHT TIME. Don’t waste all your hard work and your money by doing this half assed.

    One final thing to remember, you should not dive into p90x without having some base level of fitness. I exercised 3 times a week for two months prior to starting this program and if I hadn’t, I would never have made it through the plyometrics dvd which is something you are recommended to do from the very first week. Build up to this, I have seen some of my friends nearly collapse because they did not. And good luck!

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  • DESMOND F  On August 26, 2011 at 6:53 pm

    just make sure when you come hold it as deep as you can for as long as you can before you with draw and try not to try to hard it will happen be paitant and dont forget you will have the kids for a long time make sure you want them they dont just come to anybody mateys