I completed P90X2 Phase 3 a little while back and this phase has the P.A.P. Post-Activation Potentiation workouts. These workouts consist of doing a round of 4 exercises 3 times a short break then doing another round of 4 different exercises 3 times.
There is PAP Upper and PAP Lower done on different days and you’ll do these exercises some with equipment and some using your own body for the resistance. After doing one day upper and one lower then you have a rest day of Yoga, another of Recovery and Mobility and then do PAP Upper and PAP Lower again then Recovery and Mobility again to round out the week.
The First 2 phases of P90X2 were said to prepare you for this third phase which has a series of “athletic” type drills in an anaerobic way in order to get your body in top conditioning.
As mentioned in an earlier post I had some issues with completing this “on time” but did enjoy going through the program and will do another round.
Some ask if P90X2 is harder then P90X and I wouldn’t say “harder” but it does have different exercises and has “grown” since P90X first came out to find improvements in the way some of the movements are done or executed. If you would like to see a video of Tony explaining the difference between the two workouts check out this video on my other page
I actually like Tony a lot better in P90X2 workout then in the P90X and would recommend this as a follow up for folks that want more of a P90X type workout, or even if they haven’t even done P90X they can still do P90X2, but must be patient.
If P90X2 is something you’d be interested in learning more about you can click here or click on the banner at the bottom of the page.
Any questions on P90X2 feel free to contact me and I’ll be glad to help out.
Till next time
Keep Up The Good Fight
Independent Team Beachbody Coach