Printable P90X2 Schedule (PDF)
The P90X2 schedule continues the philosophy of muscle confusion we saw in the original P90X schedules. For P90X2 the principles of adaptation, mastery, and recovery are continued although the P90X2 schedule allows for more individuality. The flexible blocks are designed to let you get the most out of the program based on your agenda. Each training phase and recovery period is designed so it can be tailored to your specific needs.
P90X2 Schedule Periodization
P90X2 is divided into three phases: foundation, strength, and performance.
By first strengthening your muscular and skeletal systems, you’ll have a platform to get stronger. By increasing your strength, similar to the way you did in P90X, you will have laid the groundwork for improving performance, and correspondingly mastering performance will help you move and look more like an athlete. This is state-of-the-art functional fitness and performance enhancement that was previously only available to world-class competitive athletes.
The P90X2 schedule gives you a variable amount of time to choose how long each phase of your program should be depending on your own individual process. Each time you do P90X2 you may have different goals in mind. Unlike P90X, there are no specific recovery weeks built in. Instead, you are encouraged to work in a recovery week when you feel you need it.
Actually, I am going to take that a step further. Personally, I implore you to take recovery weeks! Over the years I have seen countless people fizzle out because they neglect to do this. Rest days and recovery weeks are just as important as the workouts.
P90X2 – The Unsung Hero Program
I consider P90X2 to be the unsung hero of the P90X series. The increased focus on flexibility, mobility, and just overall human performance feed the greatest, yet most overlooked goal in fitness – simply feeling better!
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