P90X2 Proposed Schedule

P90X2I am very excited to start the new round of P90X2 on January 2nd, which is just around the corner. I went through the Fitness Guide and notice that Tony is giving us the flexibility with creating our very own schedule, and we can do 1 or up to 4 recovery weeks throughout the 90 day period. Since I am never a big fan of the recovery week, I plan on ONLY doing the recovery week 1x throughout the whole round.

Keep in mind that X2 is ONLY for those who have mastered the basics in P90X!

Here is my proposed schedule, but might change as I go into it. This is what I believe is more suitable for those who want to gain strength and size.

Week 1-3 (The Foundation Phase)
Day 1: X2 Core
Day 2: Plyocide
Day 3: X2 Recovery + Mobility (or rest)
Day 4: X2 Total Body & X2 Ab Ripper
Day 5: X2 Yoga
Day 6: X2 Balance + Power
Day 7: Rest
* might add in 5×5 Bench Press + Back Squat for 15-20 min before hitting Day 6 X2 Balance + Power

Week 4,6,8 (Strength Phase)
Day 1: Chest + Back + Balance + X2 Ab Ripper
Day 2: Plyocide
Day 3: X2 Recovery + Mobility (or rest)
Day 4: X2 Shoulders & Arms
Day 5: X2 Yoga
Day 6: Base + Back + Mobility
Day 7: Rest
* might add in 3×10 Bench Press for 15 min before hitting Day 6 Base + Back

Week 5,7 (Strength Phase)
Day 1: V Sculpt + Ab Ripper
Day 2: Plyocide
Day 3: X2 Recovery + Mobility (or rest)
Day 4: X2 Chest + Shoulder + Tris + Ab Ripper
Day 5: X2 Yoga
Day 6: Base + Back + Mobility
Day 7: Rest
* might add in 3×10 Back Squat for 15 min before hitting Day 6 Base + Back

Week 9 (Recovery Week)
Day 1: X2 Recovery + Mobility
Day 2: Yoga
Day 3: X2 Recovery + Mobility (or rest)
Day 4: Yoga
Day 5: X2 Recovery + Mobility
Day 6: Yoga
Day 7: Rest

Week 10,11,12 (Performance Phase)
Day 1: PAP Lower
Day 2: PAP Upper
Day 3: X2 Yoga
Day 4: X2 Recovery + Mobility (or rest) or 5×5 Bench Press
Day 5: PAP Lower
Day 6: PAP Upper
Day 7: Rest

 

 

 

 

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