I asked the same questions a couple of weeks ago and it appears not many have really tried it, I got similar answers from folks who never even owned it. From the research I've done on it, it appears its slightly different from P90X in that they don't require the pull-up bar and you only need the band they send with it and most of the workouts use just your own body weight. So its good in that regard since it requires very little equipment, making it easy to do anywhere. I believe some of the workouts are a different style than P90X, some of the people who have reviewed it have done both and they like the change, so if you are looking for a change, it could give you that at least. But I think the concept is similar in that it relies on muscle confusion, like P90X, the biggest draw for me was the minimal equipment needed so I could take the dvds and band with me if I traveled for work or something. If I end up getting it, I'll post about it. If you get it first, please post! :)
I got great results with P90X and Insanity...I was just looking for something for variety. I'm doing round 2 right now and kind of wanted to try something "new" when I'm done. If it's the same thing...no sense in buying it. :) Thanks for the feed back!
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Tapout xt is pretty much the same thing as p90x and insanity. Its just branded by the mma clothing line TapouT. If you've done p90x and insaity, that is 150 days there of working out at their so called high cardio/strength stuff. Did you not get results from that or what? If those didn't work to get you to where you want, this won't either.
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