Looking to purchase the P90X home fitness workout program? Have you wondered if you can buy P90x in store? Well, I wondered the same thing and did some research. I thought I’d put together a quick article for any others who have had the same question in mind, as well as share some success from the program.
When I first heard about the P90X Home workout program it was introduced to be by a friend I work with. He’d received it from his brother after he had successfully completed the 90-day program. Naturally I was curious as to how well he did. According to my friend, his brother lost approximately 33 pounds and the tone and definition he received was quite impressive. Seeing the results his brother received, my friend became quite motivated and began the home workout program.
From what I read, and from what my friend shared with me, the P90X home workout program is a 90 day program and focuses on intense and abbreviated workout sessions where your muscles are
placed in a “confused” state – constantly being caught off guard during each workout session. The program consists of a series of cardiovascular and strength training moves and routines. The program is designed to target individual muscles and muscle groups, as well as provide a full body workout. This is all performed from the comfort of your home.
Initially, my friend wanted to purchase the program from a retail store, but after contacting some of the larger retailers such as Walmart, Target, Dick’s Sporting Goods, he was told this wasn’t available in stores. After speaking with him, I did a search online and confirmed what he had researched. It appears that this program is only available by way of the TV infomercial, or major online retailers. I found that Amazon.com to be one of the best locations where discounted pricing, product package deals, and shipping discounts can be found.
My friend is about 30 days into the P90X program, and is quite excited, He’s already begun seeing results – pretty cool! His enthusiasm and excitement is addicting. He’s noted that he’s lost about 11 pounds and now looks forward to each workout – initially it was hard for him since he was quite overweight and hadn’t exercised too much in the past. My friend also noted that the nutrition guide included with the course took a little getting used to, but again this is coming from a guy who practically lived off of fast food restaurants – Kentucky Fried Chicken and Burger King.