Extreme home fitness workout program, P90X, is a system that claims to rip your body in 90 days. Up to 83% of the people who have used the product rated it 4-5 stars. The product is as expected; DVDs and written materials provided along are good too. There is a fitness test in it too which is quite extreme. People often can not pass it, and have to send the product back. This results in a loss of money.
The workouts are hard, long and require a commitment. Hard workouts can knock one out unless he/she has athletic aptitude. The video trainer has a positive attitude as well. He has covered all the aspects of flexibility, stamina and strength quite well. Other training programs only focus on a certain area, but P90X focuses on all areas.
The one restriction with this product is that it is not for very obese people. It is for attaining a better shape when already in good health, and not to attain a lesser weight. Yet it provides a good start for beginners and gets them into shape decently.
Unlike Power 90, P90X workouts are non-repeating. The workouts are expanded on a bigger scale. The program is not expensive when DVDs and written materials are counted too. Supplements recommended are expensive. Generally the pros weigh more than its cons and help in rating the program as a very good workout program. The best thing about the program is its high level of customization. One can arrange the program according to his/her goals. If one wants to loose more weight, the program can be rearranged into P90X Lean. The equipment one might need other than the program include a yoga mat, dumbbells, and a chin up bar.