P90X One on One with Tony Horton: For P90X Grads, Collector’s Edition, Vol. 1 Workout DVDs

December 24, 2014 - Comment

One on One brings you up close and personal with Tony Horton, the creator of P90X, as he pushes you to reach ever-higher levels of fitness. You get raw, unfiltered footage right from the source, with no edits, no retakes, and no audience to distract you–it’s just you and Tony doing all-new, high-intensity workouts. These

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One on One brings you up close and personal with Tony Horton, the creator of P90X, as he pushes you to reach ever-higher levels of fitness. You get raw, unfiltered footage right from the source, with no edits, no retakes, and no audience to distract you–it’s just you and Tony doing all-new, high-intensity workouts.
These are the exclusive routines Tony develops every month to drive his own results to greater peaks.
Tony One on One is a must-have DVD collection for everybody who has completed P90X and is looking to maintain the hard-earned results.
Some workouts from the One on One series have already achieved cult status among Tony Horton fans. For example “30:15 – Upper Body Massacre”, a brutal mix of straight pull-up and push-up exercises. Fans just love to see Tony reach his personal limits in this one! Or “Fountain of Youth”, a 45 minute Yoga session with Tony, which many P90Xers rotate into their P90X routine in substitution for the ultra-long “Yoga X”.
Tony One one One takes “Muscle Confusion” to a whole new level. 12 DVDs packed with new workouts that you have never seen before. Plus a surprise bonus workout DVD that you don’t want to miss!

Product Features

  • 12 DVDs packed with new workouts that you have never seen before. Plus a surprise bonus workout DVD that you don’t want to miss!
  • One one One takes Muscle ConfusionTM to a whole new level.

Comments

M. M. Posey says:

Great Way to Avoid the P90X Plateau I was a little reluctant to buy these dvds–they cost more and have a lower production quality than P90X. Also they are unedited, leading to some awkward pauses during the workouts. That being said, these workouts were EXACTLY what I needed to break the “plateau” I had after going through P90X and P90X+. With the variety from these workouts, I think that I will be able to keep confusing my body and keep getting results. Here is my take on the videos:1. Plyo Legs. Ouch! These…

J. Fields says:

Great Supplemental Workouts For P90X’ers! I bought this thinking that I would be swapping some workouts occasionally with my regular P90X routine. After going through the DVDs, the only workouts I ever really substitute for their P90X equivalents are:Fountain of Youth Yoga – this is what P90X Yoga should have been, in my opinion. It’s only 45 minutes vs 1.5 hours on the original P90X Yoga. It’s intense and seems to fly by.30-15: The Upper Body Massacre – In place of Chest/Back. Tony does a few new moves, but…

PB says:

Not worth it, unfortunately. I purchased these videos because I LOVED the P90X series and wanted to continue one-on-one with new workouts and intensity. I’ve done p90X 3x and have purchased the X2 DVDs to start with them. So, it’s hard to write that something Tony Horton does is terrible, but that’s about it. What’s wrong with these videos?He spends half the DVD (for instance half of the 47 min time on one-on-one arms) talking and doing nothing. He gives “shout-outs,” talks with the director, talks about acting…

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