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P90x2, P90x, P90, Insanity, Asylum differences

Well I guess I should be more specific about my question. I’ve done P90X and I love it (except for the yoga one, I hate yoga) and I love Tony. I’m wondering which of his programs (P90, P90X, P90X2) is usually the shorter workout. I just don’t have a lot of time as a student.
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Ohhh I got ya….Ok heres a better question, you can’t skip the yoga ahhh I love it and its what made me fall in love with yoga ;), Tony is the best.  P90 is for super beginners and if you have done P90X then you’re fine, P90 is for Power P90, the first BB program Tony did, then he did  P90X (extreme) which became so popular (no one actually does the whole 90 days lol they have sold over 500 million copies but only have like 6 million fans on fb which I find super funny :) )  All P90X workouts are about an hour, ab ripper is 15 minutes in 1 & 2.  If you want a 45 minute workout then do Insanity or the asylm (30-40 minutes) both are super cardio based and self body moves based.  Both are high endurance and asylum has one strength day, more targeted toward sports (like P90X2.) P90X2 is very core based and sports based, its brand new (came out in December) and uses the newest sports techniques from a performance place called P3 (peak performance).  Insanity uses Max Interval Training which is 30 seconds of rest and 3 minutes of circuit training and is 2 months asylum is 30 days but its fucking hell!  will give you an update on how p90x2 is when i finish.  As a student. cut out fb and you will have an hour to workout :) promise :)

livehappyagain asked: so i read that you done P90X2, Insanity and Insanity: The Asylum… are results really so great as they show them on commercials?

Lol, it all depends on diet, I did P90X over summer and made all my own food, and ate good and clean at home, got amazing results, did Insanity again at school while eating not so clean and didn’t get any results lol, Asylum ate clean and got amazing results, am doing P90X2 again tomorrow and am eating super clean, in 3 months I’ll put up before and after pics <3.  Think about this, they get over millions of success stories, they get to pick the best 30, and they could have done the program 3 times and still compare the first before pic they ever took to the final pic after the 3rd round of doing the program.  They work and I love them, IN NO WAY DO I WORK OR AM ASSOCIATED WITH BEACHBODY.  Just do the programs and love them.  Don’t buy them, torrent them if you wanna do them.  My best friend did Brazil Butt Lift and she said it was super hard and an amazing workout and she could feel her ass getting worked :).   Any more questions more in depth please message me :)

YES I PUT A LOT OF THOUGHT AND LOVE AND INFO INTO RESPONDING TO MY FOLLOWERS BECAUE I LOVE YOU ALL :) 

livehappyagain asked: Hi :) so what do you think? Is it better to do just Insanity: Asylum or it is okay to do and Insanity Asylum and Insanity? thank you :)

Hi beautiful <3 :) Have you done Insanity?  And have you done it well?  How honestly fit are you?  If you answered yes, yes, and athlete fit then do Asylum. (torrent please don’t pay for it).  What are you goals for doing this?  Asylum is 30 days, Insanity is 60 days.  Asylum is sports based, so vertical and lateral moves are key but it doesn’t miss anything, back is worked, legs, core, arms, I just wished yoga was in there somewhere but it hits the whole body unlike insanity which works mostly abs, chest, little of arms (tricep no bicep work at all) and mostly legs.  Asylum uses weights for 1 day strength and the rest is all body weight with resistance bands and a speed ladder which you don’t need, I have never worked my back so much and hard ever in the Back to Core workout, and the workouts I think might be harder then Insanity.  The difference is in Insanity you do circuits (which were a bitch) and in Asylum you do different moves every time and you rarely repeat moves (except in strength).  I am currently doing P90X2 and boy is that sports and core based, I’ll give you more info on which one has pros and cons.  



shut-up-and-squat-baby asked: Hi! So your blog is awesome! (: Just wondering about p90x insanity, asylum, and p90x2. I work at a fitness camp with over weight kids and we are trying to keep them active over the school year too, (right now they are the blogalites) but a bunch of my campers are starting to plateau and asking me about videos and what not. Can you help me out? Ranging them from harder harder hardest? Sorry for any trouble, I just have never purchased any of these in my life and need some help! xxx Hunter

Hey Hunter, of course :), thanks for the compliment on my blog.  well honestly none are easy.  (please if you can don’t buy them they are not worth the money!  Torrent them from a site :) ) Power 90 (P90) is a beginner 90 day program as a gateway to p90x (power 90 extreme) (P90X) People do P90 first or sometimes do it twice before P90X, P90X you can jump right into but you will have a tough time because its pushups and pullups which most overweight people can’t do.  If I had to range from easy——> hardest…

Turbo Fire, is more girl but guys can do it based and is lead by MSU grad Chalene Johnson is all kick boxing and punching moves along with some cardio based moves.   Don’t buy turbo jam, turbo fire is more up beat with new music and better music to follow and “fire up” with :)

insanity is honestly pure cardio based and lead by Shaun T who was an ex marine so you know hes going to push you and yes he does!  He is ripped and does all the moves with you so you don’t feel like the instructor isn’t working, hes sweating the whole DVD with you. and very hard cardio wise it works mostly abs, chest, little of arms (tricep no bicep work at all) and mostly mostly legs.  

Asylum is 30 days also lead by Shaun T, Insanity is 60 days.  Asylum is sports based, so vertical and lateral moves are key but it doesn’t miss anything, back is worked, legs, core, arms, I just wished yoga was in there somewhere but it hits the whole body unlike insanity.

Asylum uses weights for 1 day strength and the rest is all body weight with resistance bands and a speed ladder which you don’t need, I have never worked my back so much and hard ever in the Back to Core workout, and the workouts I think might be harder then Insanity. 

The difference is in Insanity you do circuits (which were a bitch) and in Asylum you do different moves every time and you rarely repeat moves (except in strength).  I am currently doing P90X2 and boy is that sportsand core based

P90X2 is pure core and sports based, its brand new and for serious athletes and people who are in peak condition so I won’t go too in depth into it unless you want me to which then just message me back.  

P90, Turbo fire, P90X (its a workout for sure), insanity, Insanity asylum, P90X2.  

PS IN NO WAY DO I WORK FOR OR AM ASSOCIATED WITH BEACHBODY    Just do the dvds and know alot about them :)