Beachbody On Demand is now a thing. View every P90X workout and other Beachbody programs online for $99 a year. A 30 day free trial is available too. This is a better deal than buying DVDs again.
I get it. Maybe you bought the P90X DVDs years ago or a friend gave them to you to try and you only need one of the workouts. The DVD could be scratched or one is missing. I always thought it was weird that Beachbody didn’t sell individual P90X workouts on DVD.
You used to be able to buy single workouts for $20 from the P90X One on One series or what used to be called Tony Horton’s One on One workouts.
The workouts are all done at Tony’s house hence the One on One title. The camera guy, Mason Bendewald (Mason Twists from Ab Ripper X) is the only other person in there. It makes for a little different setting than P90X without the cast members. Instead of trying to keep up with somebody in the background you now have to pace yourself against Tony. Here is a list of the workouts.
Don’t have P90X Yoga X? Then get the “Fountain of Youth” or “Yoga MC:2”. Missing P90X Chest and Back? Then get “30/15 – Upper Body Massacre”. I have done the 30/15 workout and will say its one of the hardest workouts Tony has come out with. Its 6 or so sets of 30 different pushups then 15 different pull ups for an hour. My arms were on fire. Tony even has to take a break.
Missing P90X Ab Ripper X? Then get “Killer Abs”. Thats one of my favorite ab workouts. Tony combines some of the Power 90 and Ab Ripper X moves into this one. My abs are sore for at least two days after this. Those workouts and a couple other ones came in the original Tony Horton 1 on 1 Volume 1 series that I own. Most of the workouts titled P90X One on One are actually P90X2 workouts.