P90X Schedule

Searching for the best p90x schedule to help you BRING IT and receive amazing results with the P90X program?

Than you have come to the perfect place for all your P90X program needs.

P90X comes with a choice of three different workout schedules so you can tailor the program to fit your exact health & fitness goals. Find out which P90X schedule is best for you, as well as which P90X Schedule helped me to win $1,000 in the Beachbody Challenge Contest!

P90X Schedule – Everything You Need!

P90X Fit Test – Download this Fit test to get you ready to start your transformation!

P90X Worksheets – These are the official P90X worksheets for you to track your progress.  One of the most important steps is setting goals and seeing yourself improve!

P90x Excel Sheet–  Here are the official Beachbody P90X schedule, workout sheets, and nutrition plan, etc in excel sheets for tracking progress and seeing your  p90x schedule.

P90X-Workout-Manager – Here is the excel sheet that I use!  This is a custom made P90X schedule.

If you need help staying accountable to your P90X journey please feel free to contact me for coaching and support.  I have been through a full round of P90X and received AMAZING results, as I got into the best shape of my life (got RIPPED), and won $1,000 in the Beachbody Challenge Contest. I can help you achieve amazing results with P90X as well….

The next 90 days will DRASTICALLY change your life if you embrace the following three things: the P90X schedule, the P90X nutrition plan and the support system from a coach who will keep you motivated and accountable!

You will be amazed at how easily your body can change simply by following the recommend P90X schedule. Your program should have come with a complete step-by-step guide to get you started. Make sure you read through this before beginning P90X.

It will outline all the info you need to obtain the results you desire and so badly want to achieve! There are 3 different schedule options, as well. I can help you determine which P90X schedule is right for you.

P90X Schedule – Which Schedule Is For Me?

P90X Classic Schedule:

This is my favorite and most commonly recommend P90X schedule. I usually recommend it to everyone no matter what their goals are. This is the schedule that I followed when I did P90X and was amazed by my transformation.

No matter what, DON’T skip the Yoga X and the Ab Ripper X. I tried this my first round and my results were not as good. They are in the program for a reason!

*This routine offers three days of resistance (with the use of free weights/dumbbells or resistance bands that will have to be purchased separately) and three days of cardio and yoga.*

P90X Lean Workout Schedule:

The P90X Lean Schedule is labeled as being for those “who want a more cardio-based and slightly less intensive program.” Once again, you bought this program for extreme results right? And why wouldn’t you want to utilize the muscle confusion that the program is created for. I recommend you try the Classic P90X schedule first. You WILL get lean ripped muscles with the Classic version. *This routine offers two days of resistance and four days of cardio/yoga.*

P90X Doubles Schedule:

This P90X Double Schedule is pretty much the Classic version with some extra cardio throughout the week. The Classic schedule though, is extremely intensive. I believe that if you were to add in extra cardio on top of it, you will not only be exercising approx. 2 hours a day at least three times a week (which who has time for that??), but you will also tend to short cut your primary workouts in order to be able to get thru the full 2 hours.

This P90X training schedule could have the tendency to be counter productive in my opinion. *This routine is nothing more than the Classic program with extra cardio thrown in. Typically, a person will do the regular program in the morning and then will do the extra cardio in the evening. Its very intensive and for people who want to serious strength training.

P90X Schedule – LETS BRING IT!!!

It’s highly suggest you start with the classic or lean routines first and to leave the doubles for when you’re more advanced. It’s commendable to want to rush through the system by doing as much as possible, but you must consider that your body can only do so much.

It’s about getting started and building your foundation of proper fitness and exercise first. Plus it’s better to start slow and build up, especially if you’re not used to exercising or the extreme workouts the program offers. If you try to do too much too soon, you’ll only burn out, get frustrated, and you’ll never complete the ninety days….and that is NOT what we want to happen!