Including p90x into your gym time?

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    Apr 27, 2010 11:15 PM GMT
    Have any of you P90x fans out there tried to tie in their p90x workouts while still going to the gym?
    i know the sole purpose of the p90x is to somewhat replace the gym, but i have to admit after doing it for so long it gets repetitive.
    How do you mix it up?
  • Delivis

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    Apr 28, 2010 7:55 AM GMT
    What is this p90x?
  • Greygull

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    Apr 28, 2010 8:25 AM GMT
    it is the most ball busting shit you ever do, well the first time anyway =P
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    Apr 28, 2010 9:33 AM GMT
    Its funny you asked that cuz i JUST started doing that last week. I already did the P90x program once before, and i didnt necessarily get the results i expected but that is because I didnt have ALL the essentials i needed, bigger weights or a pullup bar. So, since all those pieces of equipment are available to me in the GYM, i decided to integrate it into my gym workouts. Its VERY hardcore and such a good workout.
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    Apr 28, 2010 10:58 AM GMT
    Once I start P90X, I'll let ya know. It's been my intention to integrate it with my other workouts for a while...played around with it some at a friend's house and fell in love with it. And the after-workout sex is fucking intense. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Apr 28, 2010 11:05 AM GMT
    you know i had the same question. the whole concept behind p90x is the concept of "muscle confusion" (i think that's the phrase the infomercials used). so if one were to start the p90x, would going the gym and not focusing on the same muscles or overdoing them interfere with the results the p90x program was scheduled to achieve? i'm interested in hearing what other people's thoughts are too as i want to do p90x but don't want to stop going to the gym either.
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    Apr 28, 2010 11:31 AM GMT
    I'm interested in hearing more about this. I'm still doing P90X and loving it, but I do actually want to get back t the gym. My only idea is actually taking the P90X fitness guide to the gym and finding the machines/exercises there that will replicate the exercises. Though I am not sure what to replace Plyo X or Kenpo X with at the gym.... I actually like doing those workouts at home, , to be truthful, and I find the treadmill and elliptical machines boring as hell.
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    Apr 29, 2010 12:54 AM GMT
    SAHEM62896 saidI'm interested in hearing more about this. I'm still doing P90X and loving it, but I do actually want to get back t the gym. My only idea is actually taking the P90X fitness guide to the gym and finding the machines/exercises there that will replicate the exercises. Though I am not sure what to replace Plyo X or Kenpo X with at the gym.... I actually like doing those workouts at home, , to be truthful, and I find the treadmill and elliptical machines boring as hell.


    thats what i thought of doing as well, taking the fitness guide and copying down all the workouts, but it would defeat the purpose of having the p90x, ive fallen in love with the workouts and the way i feel afterwards, i have never had such a good pump from work outs.

    i just re-joined the gym, although for now i think ill just be using it for cardio purposes, i have a few more weeks to go till im done with the p90x, once im done, well see where that leads.

    thanks for the input guys.