P90X2 Phase 3 Review

I just finished P90x2! It was a great program! I’ve reviewed Phases 1 and Phase 2, and I’ll do a review on the entire program in the near future, but today I want to focus on Phase 3 of P90X2, Post Activation Potentiation!

Watch this video to learn about P.A.P.:

Personally, I loved this Phase of P90X2 because it was a lot different than anything else I’ve done in P90X. If people are going to complain about anything, it’s the length of each workout. Each workout, minus the warm-ups, is only 30 minutes. However, it’s an intense 30 minutes and if you do the moves correctly, I promise you, you won’t be complaining. P.A.P. will get you in better shape and it will improve your performance.

The Workouts:

P.A.P. Lower

P.A.P. Lower is made up of 2 complexes. Each complex has 4 sets of 4 moves in them back to back to back! It’s non-stop action! I loved this workout!

P.A.P. Upper

P.A.P. Upper is also made up of 2 complexes. Each complex has 4 sets of 4 moves in them back to back to back! Again, it’s non-stop action!

After 3 weeks of P.A.P. I definitely noticed a difference in my performance running and playing hockey. I felt faster and stronger. I’m glad Beachbody integrated P.A.P. into their program. I will definitely be keeping these workouts in my cycle of workouts on a consistent basis.

Have you tried P.A.P. yet? What did you think about it?

If you’re interested in P90X, P90X2, or any other Beachbody program, send me an e-mail by clicking the “Contact Me” tab on the right! I’d love to talk to you about it!

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