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What’s the difference between P90X and P90X2?

I’ve been asked this question a lot lately.  I tell everyone that it’s “Not necessarily HARDER, just DIFFERENT.”

But, to be honest, my P90X2 just showed up this week, and it sure looks HARDER.

I plan on starting 1/2/2012, so I’ll keep you posted.  But, in the meanwhile, I’ll be trying out workouts here and there.  I’ll post individual reviews as I can.

Here’s a video that Tony Horton put out recently.

As always.  Just CONTACT ME with any questions.

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Jeff Witt Fitness shapes lives through wellness and business success for total prosperity the Beachbody way!

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3 Responses to “What’s the difference between P90X and P90X2?”

  1. I completed P90X while I was on my deployment to Iraq and loved it. It was hard but I didn’t get the results I was looking for because I had to modify a lot of the excerices due the the area we were in. P90X2 looks pretty cool, I’ll have to order it and give that a go.

    Posted by Clint Butler from Network Marketing | December 12, 2011, 12:27 pm
    • Good to see you here Clint!

      I can imagine doing P90X in Iraq could be tough. Thank you for your service! Maybe you can give it another round now that you’re back home. I have small support groups starting all the time. Just let me know if you’re interested in getting started again.

      Posted by Jeff Witt | December 21, 2011, 8:52 pm
  2. Hi,i’m a Personal Trainer&fitness consultant.I’m from INDIA city (Mumbai)i would like to upgrade my knowledge and want to spread awareness about fitness.Want to grow in this Fitness field.Kindly help me with all above.

    Regards,

    Suraj subramaniam.

    Posted by suraj subramaniam | December 13, 2011, 1:28 pm

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