Today I decided to try a different workout since I want to have an idea of all the “flavors” BeachBody has to offer and decided to try the P90X Kenpo-X.
Now there a couple of reasons for this workout instead of starting at the beginning of the series. Just a note this is not my primary workout and it’s the first of this series that I tried. The reason for choosing this one is because I was involved in martial arts for many years and Kenpo was the first style that I studied.
I don’t know if this is a common practice with all of Tony Horton workouts, but once again the warmup starts with a bunch of yoga moves that if you’re not familiar with or they’re not covered on some other workout you will be lost for a bit.
The workout itself wasn’t bad, though it was long and if you want to try and “squeeze” this workout in you need to leave yourself a solid hour. It did get the heart pumping and wasn’t trying to “teach” you to be a martial artist, which is a good thing, and hopefully no one will do this workout and think they can go out and defend themselves by watching this.
If you have the time though, you will work up a sweat and get a good workout and is definatley worth doing. As for if I’d personally do this workout again, I’m not sure because of time constraints but would consider it.
Have fun and keep up the good fight
Beach Body Coach
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