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P90X Plyometrics – What to Expect

Category : P90X, P90X FAQ's · by May 23rd, 2012

Ok so you’ve got Day 1 of P90X Chest and Back behind you! So now it’s time for Day 2 P90X Plyometrics, also known as ‘Jump Training’. Your probably a little sore from Day 1 and wondering how sore your going to be from this too. Just remember you have to do what you can, and modify when you need to. This is a tough workout but it will improve your ability to play any sport better or even perform everyday task better!

This is what you’ll do on your Plyo day:

Jump Squats

Run-Stance Squats

Airborne Heisman

Swing Kicks

-mini break then repeat sequence

Squat Reach Jumps

Run-Stance Squat Switch Pick Ups

Double Airborne Heisman

Circle Run

-mini break then repeat sequence

Jump Knee Tucks

Mary Katherine Lunges

Leapfrog Squats

Twist Combo

-mini break then repeat sequence

At this point you are a little more than half way done with the plyometrics work out.  There is still some more to go and this work out will really get your heart rate up! Your calves, glutes, thighs and hamstrings might be a little sore but this is one work out your body will love you for! I promise.

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