P90X2 Plyocide



P90X2 Plyocide is FINISHED! I just finished pushing play with the “Plyocide” P90X2 workout so I thought it’d be fitting to give everyone a complete breakdown of this P90X2 workout. This is a killer workout and I’m still sweating from it! :-)

In this post I’ll give you the basics of P90X2 Plyocide. I’ll tell you how long Plyocide is, what you need, what the moves are, and I’ll also give you a sneak peak video of this workout. Lastly, I’ll give you my personal video review of P90X2 Plyocide.

Enough of the chit chat…here is everything you could ever want to know about P90X2 PLYOCIDE!

The Basics Of P90X2 Plyocide

The Plyocide workout is about 55 minutes long and is all focused around the traditional plyometric moves (explosive moves…aka jump training) that are combined with mind and coordination drills. So Plyocide isn’t about just flailing or flapping your body around uncontrollably. It’s about connecting your mind with your body so that you’re able to increase your endurance, speed, and coordination.

What Do You Need For P90X2 Plyocide?

For “P90X2 Plyocide” workout you can get away with just a towel and a sturdy chair. The other Plyocide equipment that is optional, but recommended is- 2 pieces of tape (I personally just pretend their are lines on the floor), towel or stability ball, towel or medicine ball, plyometric box or some kind of sturdy platform (I just use a chair or the stairs), a mat, and some good ole H2O.

What Are The P90X2 Plyocide Moves?

Ok, I can’t promise I’ll put this together for ALL of the P90X2 workouts, but here is a list of the moves that you’ll be doing in P90X2 Plyocide-

Warm Up
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  • Stability Ball Twist
  • Stability Ball Squat
  • Side Stretch with Stability Ball
  • Alternating Back Lunge with Stability Ball
  • Atlas with stability ball
  • Foam Rolling
  • Roller Sphinx
  • Worlds Greatest Stretch
  • Inch Worm
  • Scorpion
  • Groiners

Main Workout Moves

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  • Wide Leg Tip Toe Squat
  • Killer Katherine Lunge with medicine ball
  • Fast Feet Chair Jump
  • Slalom Line Jump
  • Warrior 3 Lunge
  • Jack-in-the-Box Knee Tuck
  • Think Drill
  • Spartan Squat Lunge
  • Super Skater Kick
  • Depth Charge
  • Frog Burpee Hop
  • 1 Leg Slalom
  • 1 Leg Squat
  • Surfer Spin
  • Power 90 Cross Hop
  • Wide Leg Jump Press with medicine ball
  • Launcher Lunge with medicine ball
  • Toe Tap 360 with medicine ball
  • Flying Fighter Kick
  • Set, Sprint, Plank, Plyo Jump
  • Cool Down

How Does P90X2 Plyocide Compare With P90X Plyometrics?

People always ask me how P90X2 Plyocide compares to the original P90X Plyometrics. I’d say that P90X2 Plyocide is just as hard as the original P90X but in a different kind of way. For the first few times that I did P90X2 Plyocide I felt like I wasn’t getting as good of a workout as the original Plyometrics. But it was really because the workout was brand new to me and I was still learning the moves.

Now that I’ve done Plyocide several times I pretty much know the moves so I’m able to push myself harder and longer. A LOT of these moves also FORCE you to use your brain and to actually think. In P90X Plyometrics you really didn’t have to think all that much. You just did the moves, pushed yourself as hard as you could and that’s it.

P90X2 Plyocide requires you to think and to have some coordination which I struggle with (you should see my dance moves). Even though I may not be able to push the pedal to the metal during ALL of the moves (since I’m trying to get the coordination part down), I’m improving my coordination and the connection between my brain and my body which will ultimately benefit all other workouts.

P90X2 Plyocide Sneak Peek

If you haven’t done the P90X2 Plyocide workout, here’s a sneak peak video of some of the moves-


My Personal P90X2 Plyocide Video Review

Here’s my personal quick video review of the P90X2 Plyocide workout. This is day TWO of my 1st official round of P90X2…

How DID YOU Do With P90X2 Plyocide?

If you just finished doing this workout and are going through the P90X2 Challenge, then how did YOU do with this workout? Make sure to leave a comment below and let us know how you did with P90X2 Plyocide. Also, if you haven’t already done so, make sure to subscribe to our newsletter now to get the best fitness tips ever put together.

Keep pushing play with P90X2! With time, patience and practice you WILL get better with P90X2 Plyocide!

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