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  1. just a little advice, be realistic with your goals. if you don't already have lean muscles and you're quite overweight, you're more than likely going to need to do more than one round of the workout. I can't say for sure with
    p90x but when I did Insanity I had to do 4 months of it to reach my goals, it most definitely works though. But remember, you really need to stay on top of your diet to get good results.

  2. Still the best workout programme ever. 3 years on and I'm still doing p90x. The main workouts are perfect bodybuilding routines, I just bulk/cut using my own diet

  3. Product Partners, LLC claim legal rigths over 4 videos that i recorded in my home !!!! That is bs !!!

  4. donde, como lo consigo¡¡¡¡    as I get the videos, where cuestan¡ soon as I'm in Colombia

  5. +Yag0Boi 
    Glad it worked for you too yag0. I was also using it and was
    completely happy with the result.The program does it
    provides me with the nutritional knowledge that helps me
    provide body with exactly the right fuels it requires!

  6. Honestly, I found this to be the worst regime due to its excessive workouts and lack of intensity. A prime example of this is Cardio X: O.M.G – I got pissed off half way because it just wasn't High Intensity. A waste of my time and unless you're already athletic and in shape (as mentioned on it's website), this workout isn't for you. However, the muscle workouts aren't bad but it's just so…american. Muscle confusion…PFF

  7. lazy people always wants the results a little faster and easier, so maybe I should make p89x.. I could make BIIIIIILLIONS!!

  8. Just finished the first week of the program and feeling strong.  3 months to rock hard abs!

  9. Have you experienced Ready Set Ripped? (Google it) It is a quick and easy way for you to get ripped fast.

  10. I survived the first week, half way through the second one now. Plyometrics is a killer workout.

  11. Hey Tony Horton, nice to meet you! My name is Daniel Valenzuela , I’m  from Somerton, AZ, age (24)! So for this year, my resolution was to have a fit body and exercise a bit more. Well, have a little of bit of muscle, to be exact, but not gain a bunch of weight, You know? After an extensive research and looking at videos, I decided to start on the Beachbody workouts, such as: Insanity or P90x, but I don’t know if they’re right for me?  I just want some info regarding my body frame or form. So my weight is: 122 lbs. and my height is: 5-4 ft. I’m a short guy. My form is skinny or in other words, lean. Have a very small gut on my abdominal area, and have little fat on my sides, as well. My goal is to gain a little bit of muscle and be fit, somewhat. I want to make sure that I don’t loose weight while doing these programs, and becoming more leaner than what I already am. So before I start these programs, I just wanted the point of view of an expert, like you. My question is, do you think I should do these workouts for gaining a little bit of weight or should I just do weightlifting, regarding my form? Will these workouts make me leaner than what I’am, if I do them? Those were my questions. Also, I heard and saw of the Body Best program, but I’m not sure about that one? Well, thanks for having consideration in your time for reading my comment, Tony! Hope you consider my comment and a response.  Greetings from, Somerton, AZ!

  12. It would be a shame for you not to bulk up when these people are able to bulk up so easily with "Xraggy Muscle Max" (Google it).

  13. If your worried about your joints hurting, knee's or if the workouts are too hard, all of the answers are no. Tony teaches you how to perform each exercise with proper form to prevent injury, the workouts are hard, but fuck it, if you want to get fit stop being a sissy. People annoy me when they try to find any excuse to stop them from making a difference in their own personal health. You only have one time through life, fight through the pain and be a champion, or be a wimp like everyone else. 

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