I haven't tried it but my mentor Beachbody coach is going through it right now. According to the information I got from Beachbody, since I'm also a coach, it isn't so hard that you need to be in shape to do it because of the modifier. HOWEVER, it is listed for us under the "advanced" section for the workouts so I would have to suggest that someone complete P90X or P90X2 and then go into P90X3 because there's A LOT of compound movements.
My coach says that he loves it but there are days that it's a hard. I'm not sure if that's because of how difficult the program is or if it's because he just got over the flu.
My advice, and this is the same that I would tell my clients, if you're not modifying in P90X, or a similar program, except for the pull-ups for ladies, then I would recommend P90X3. I would also recommend some kind of recovery drink because there will be A LOT of lactic acid build up if you do this program.
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