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P90X3 X3 Ab Ripper Coaching, Advice, and Complete Review

Welcome to P90X3's core-centric routine. It may be a big surprise to most, but X3 Ab Ripper does not appear in the regular P90X3 schedule. Inevitably, questions will be raised as to whether or not this routine is "worth" the extra cost, so between this review, along with my reviews for Complex Upper and Complex Lower (Elite DVD), you can decide for yourself whether or not you wish to purchase.

P90X3 Incinerator Coaching, Advice, and Complete Review

Although one of the most underused routines in the P90X3 schedule, Incinerator will more than likely become one of everyone's favourites. This routine uses weighted resistance exercises, alternating with body weight "burnouts."

P90X3 Eccentric Lower Coaching, Advice, and Complete Review

Welcome to Phase 2 of the P90X3 Classic Schedule. "Eccentric" means muscle lengthening, so for example, lowering yourself into a squat under control. This routine uses a 3 count eccentric action with an explosive concentric muscle contraction (muscle shortening). Your muscles are stronger during eccentric movements, so it is a great way to increase "time under tension" to improve strength, durability, and hypertrophy!

P90X3 Triometrics Coaching, Advice, and Complete Review

Welcome to Triometrics. The "tri" prefix is for 3 levels of intensity. This workout smokes your lower half by using 60 second intervals, varying amongst three levels of intensity in 20 second intervals.

P90X3 Eccentric Upper Coaching, Advice, and Complete Review

Welcome to Phase 2 of the P90X3 Classic Schedule. "Eccentric" means muscle lengthening, so for example, lowering yourself from your chin-up bar under control. This routine uses a 3 count eccentric action with an explosive concentric muscle contraction (muscle shortening). Your muscles are stronger during eccentric movements, so it is a great way to increase "time under tension" to improve strength, durability, and hypertrophy!