One concern for many people who are overweight is if P90X will work for them. The simple answer is yes. P90X will work for anybody. If you follow the P90X workout plan, do your workouts, eat clean, and drink your Shakeology then you will see results. The task of committing to P90X for the entire 90 days is usually the biggest hurdle many overweight people have to deal with. When was the last time you followed any kind of fitness plan? It will be a new experience for sure.
Should I Do P90X If I’m Overweight
This is probably a better question to ask from the get go. P90X is tough. It challenges everybody regardless of your fitness or health level. The good news is you are shown how to modify the moves to start building up your strength. But the problem that usually comes up from overweight people who I talk to is it’s just too much too soon. I can understand where they’re coming from. P90X is no joke and you’ll probably be pushing yourself harder in those first 10 minutes of P90X Chest and Back then you’ve done in the past 4 years.
I Don’t Have An Hour To Workout
Yes. You do. You just haven’t set aside an hour in your daily schedule to do it yet. You know will be setting aside an hour. One of the best things I heard from an overweight guy who had success with P90X said “by working out for one hour a day you’ll get so much more life out of the other 23 hours.” Couldn’t agree more.
Should I Start P90X If I’m Overweight
I tell every overweight person asking about P90X to pass on it for now and start with something else. In order, I recommend them doing the Beachbody Ultimate Reset followed by the Power 90 workout and then P90X. Going in this order will start working on breaking old bad habits and replacing them with new good ones. The reset gets you started on a 21 day eating plan that will probably drop 10+ pounds and inches everywhere off your body. Once you got a handle on the eating situation then start working out with Power 90. Workouts range from 20 – 35 minutes long. Its challenging but not too challenging. Then move onto P90X. You’ll have a much better grasp on the eating, would have built up strength and dropped more weight from Power 90, and be ready for the crazy hour long workouts. If anything, you’ll be looking forward to starting P90X.