P90X2 Yoga Review
You might expect P90X Yoga to be even more challenging than P90X Yoga, but it’s not. In my opinion, it’s actually easier. It’s much shorter and it has better sequencing. What’s more, it goes straight to the point – and it’s exactly what you need!
Yoga X is the first workout I did from P90X2. Compared to P90X’s 90 minute yoga session, P90X2 Yoga lasts for “only” about 65 minutes. Over the years, a lot of people have complained to me that there was so much that they could not do in P90X Yoga and they had to fast forward a lot. This was a major disruption in their flow, which I am fairly certain the new program will resolve.
One of the things I like most about P90X2 Yoga is that it’s flow yoga, where you move rather quickly and coordinate your breath with the movement. Flow yoga doesn’t require you getting into a position and holding it, like you would do with Patience Hummingbird for example. Instead, the quick movements enable you to get a nice flow going. There’s also some ab work and you’ll work on your balance, particularly when doing the Warrior III pose.
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I am really happy with the changes Tony Horton made to P90X2 Yoga. I feel that it’s a definite improvement from P90X Yoga and I think others will agree, particularly the ones I’ve heard from in the past who struggled with the original yoga.
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