When I first came across P90X I loved it so much that I kept doing it over and over and finished 3 rounds back to back to back. I was having so much fun so why stop?
Looking back at those first three rounds I can tell my body changed the most during the first 90 days. I had never done anything like P90X before so there was room to grow. Its not that I was not in shape prior to starting P90X. Its that I was not in P90X shape.
But as I progressed through round three I noticed my reps and weights started to peak. Basically, there was no more “Muscle Confusion” going on.
It Was Time To Move On
I had nothing left to give to P90X. Everything was maxed out including my motivation to do P90X. And Tony Horton’s jokes were no longer funny.
Thankfully, Beachbody released Insanity after my third round and I went right into doing it. It was a nice change of pace.
In the end I do think you can do P90X over and over until you max out your results. There isn’t a need to power on through it from there though. Your body needs a break and something new.
What To Move Onto?
If you want to stay in the Beachbody family of workouts then I suggest checking out what Beachbody On Demand has to offer. Maybe you want to dial it back for thirty days to rest up and then move onto something extreme again.