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My brother did it for a while and liked it a lot. Nothing's going to replace a real gym, but if you're pressed for time and want a good workout at home, it fits the bill. From what my bro said, the workouts get changed up pretty regularly so it stays fresh.
It depends on what you are looking for in a workout. P90X is high-intensity calisthenics (body weight exercises), which puts you in very good shape. Unfortunately, many men confuse "in shape" with "bodybuilding." P90X won't get you a beach body. It will make you lean, agile - and if you add in a good aerobic workout on off-days - very healthy (think Lance Armstrong); the kind of shape the military prefers. If you want to get ripped, stick with weight training and large doses of protein, P90x will not cut it.
I am interested to start the P90X program, diet and supplements. For the purpose of
reducing body fat, increasing muscle mass, sweating a lot .. are all good things for detox
and regulating blood sugar. If any one have knowledge or experience with this let me know please...
I did P90x for a month and a half, and I could honestly say it was doing something for me. I was slimming down, and generally getting healthier. But then I got lazy, and well, stopped doing it. I hope I can start once again though, when I get the chance.