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The best workout DVDs I have ever owned- P90X


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#101 teresayax

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    Posted 20 November 2008 - 01:09 PM

    My FI and I have always talked about getting P90X, but never knew if it would be a good investment. After reading all of your reviews, I think I am going to purchase it :) Thank you Carly for the link to the website to save some money!

    #102 FutureMrs.S

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      Posted 20 November 2008 - 04:24 PM

      Ahhh I love P90X! My fiance and I just started these DVDs last week. I have to say I've never been so sore in my life. But I'm already a firm believer. Everything is so simple to follow and understand. Yesterday I did the Plyometrics and I wanted to get a walker to get aroudn work it was so painful to walk. So I don't usually do a DVD every night maybe every other night. I'm hoping as I get in better physical shape, I'll be able to do it more often. My fiance and I trying to get really healthy to prep for our honeymoon where were going to hiking, fishing, and hunting in Alaska. I deff want to be ready for that.

      I would deffinately recomment to anyone to try these DVDs they kick ass!!!!
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      #103 Debs

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        Posted 20 November 2008 - 06:27 PM

        YAY! Our little P90X group is growing!!


        BRING IT!!!

        #104 KLC77

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          Posted 21 November 2008 - 02:45 AM

          I recently got P90X. I'm going to do the fit test tomorrow and then start my first dvd on Saturday. I also got the pull up bar and love that I don't have to screw anything into the wall. Now, if I could only do a pull up... lol
          ~Kelly

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          #105 Monique

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            Posted 21 November 2008 - 11:37 PM

            Quote:
            Originally Posted by carly
            So I was interested in p90x, but got scared after researching it since I haven't worked out or exercised in any way/shape/form for practically my whole life. But I ordered Tony Horton's Power Half Hour and just got it yesterday! I was reading the booklets on the train this morning and am excited to start it. Cuz I think having it be 30 minutes might make it fit into my schedule.

            Oh, i also found a website that was selling the p90x system for fairly cheap, if anyone is interested - P90X - Extreme Home Fitness - $85.99 : The-DVDs!, The Art of Saving - $85 and free shipping
            Thanks for the link!!! I just ordered mine...Wish me luck..I'm going to do a before and after pick!

            #106 rodent

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              Posted 22 November 2008 - 12:30 AM

              plyometrics kills me

              i do cardio x because i usually can't do the entire plyo dvd

              #107 KLC77

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                Posted 29 November 2008 - 05:03 PM

                So, after being a slacker for a while, I finally did my first P90X DVD! I did chest and back and ab ripper x. I like them. I wasn't able to do all of the ab exercises because I have a problem with my lower back and some of them really hurt, but I did most of them. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to make the push-ups where you are like sliding under a fence easier? They are impossible for me!
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                #108 jrodsgirl

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                  Posted 30 November 2008 - 11:27 AM

                  Thanks for the inspiration and reviews ladies. FI and I decided to order these last night.

                  #109 KLC77

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                    Posted 01 December 2008 - 02:14 PM

                    So, I tried plyometrics for the fist time yesterday. I only made it thru 40 minutes. I couldn't do the whole thing, but I really liked it. So far I like how easy to follow the dvds are. I'm not coordinated at all and have been able to follow along pretty easily.

                    I am soooo sore!
                    ~Kelly

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                    #110 teresayax

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                      Posted 02 December 2008 - 10:05 AM

                      I just got my P90X DVDs!! FI and I did the chest and back and the ab ripper last night. I dont know about him, but I am soo sore today!

                      I didnt get a guide though with my DVDs and I was wondering if anyone could tell me the order to do them in for the different versions. I am trying to get a guide, but I would really like to start the program asap.

                      Thanks!




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