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2/18/13 9:04 A

I have Power 90. I don't follow the plan though because honestly, I find it boring. I tried. The workouts are good and you'll get results if you do it. I did 2 days/week of the strength and 2 days/week of the cardio and saw a difference fast! The plan calls for 3 days/week of each. Now I do each one once a week as part of my plan. I need more variety than just 2 workouts. I'm easily bored.

As for P90x. I do some of the workouts but not the whole plan. Yes, the power 90 prepared me but P90X is tough no matter how prepared you are

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2/18/13 4:20 A

I would like to know what people think too! Hubby bought me the P90X for my birthday and my one daughter who works out to it said "OMG Dad... NOOOOOO... that's too hard for Mom!!!" Needless to say, its still in the box :-( I don't want to get discouraged (or injured lol) right from the get go!

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2/17/13 9:11 P

I would guess many people have heard of or tried Power 90, which I understand to be the precursor to p90x.

Who has tried it? What were your results? Recommend it or not? Did you do p90x afterwards and did you feel prepared?

Thanks for your help! I am looking for something to challenge me because I know I will need that to stay motivated.

Edited by: WHOLENEWME79 at: 2/17/2013 (21:15)

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