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P90X P90X2 Hybrid

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P90X P90X2 Hybrid

P90X P90X2 Hybrid

In this post I wanted to share with you my P90X P90X2 hybrid schedule that I’ve put together.

I just finished P90X2 about 2 weeks ago and I immediately jumped into my custom P90X P90X2 hybrid. After finishing Phase 2 of P90X2, I knew this would be an awesome combination. I’m excited to finally be sharing it with you!

Why A P90X P90X2 Hybrid?

So really quickly, why would you want to do a P90X P90X2 hybrid?

For me personally, I want to continue adding some size. By combining the strength Phase of P90X2, with the original P90X workouts I think we’ve got a super challenging, but fun workout that will help dudes, and even dudettes like me who want to add more size.

Also, if you’re not looking to add size, then that doesn’t mean the P90X P90x2 Hybrid isn’t for you. That just means you’ll want to use lighter weight, and do higher reps.

If you’re looking to bulk up like me, then you’ll want to focus on doing 8 to 10 reps with heavier weight. Once you can do 10 reps, then it’s time to heavy up the weight. I may even start going up once I can do 8 reps.

My P90X P90X2 hybrid is really for anyone looking for a new challenge and who want to continue seeing changes. Doing the same workout schedule can get monotonous and boring.

Change is the SPICE of life as Tony Horton likes to say! :-)

P90X P90X2 Hybrid PDF Download

Aight, now for the good stuff. Just click the image below to download the PDF of my P90X P90X hybrid –

P90X P90X2 Hybrid PDF

P90X P90X2 Hybrid PDF


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Recovery Time – P90X P90x2 Hybrid

As you check out the schedule, make sure to read through page 3 carefully. I decided that I’d keep the recovery time just like in P90X2 where it’s up you on when you take some time to let your body recover. I really love that about P90X2.

It’s a much more flexible schedule and takes more into account that we all have different bodies and therefore, when and how long we need the recovery time is different. I did put in there though that as a general rule of thumb, it’s good to take some recovery time every 3 to 6 weeks.

You Going To Do The P90X P90X2 Hybrid Schedule?

I’m already at week 3 in my P90X P90X2 hybrid and I’m lovin it! It’s awesome to be back to the original P90X workouts, but at the same time I’m getting excited to jump back into the P90X2 strength workouts!

If you plan on doing my P90X P90X2 hybrid schedule or are already doing it, make sure to leave a comment below.

I look forward to hearing how it’s going for you or what you think of my P90X P90X2 hybrid!

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