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P90X Series: Shoulders and Arms

Tony Horton

This is a solid strength workout in which you are to choose either a heavier weight that will help build mass by completing 8-10 reps, or a lighter one for developing definition with 12-15 reps. You are given plenty of time to complete each exercise.

Here is a list of them:
15 exercises, repeat in sequences of three( shoulders, bis, tris) Do exercises 1,2,3 and then repeat then go on to 4,5,6 .......

1) Alternating Shoulder Press
2) In and Out Bicep Curls
3) Two Arm Tricep Kickback
(repeat 1,2,3)
4) Deep Swimmer's Press
5) Full Supination Concentration Curl
6) Chair Dip
(repeat 4,5,6)
7) Upright Row
8) Static Arm Curl
9) Flip Grip Twist Tricep Kickback
(repeat 7,8,9)
10) Seated Two Angle Shoulder Fly
11) Crouching Cohen Curl (I use the wall)
12) Lying Down Tricep Extension
(repeat 10,11,12)
BONUS ROUND
13) In and Out Straight Arm Shoulder Fly
14) Congdon Curl
15) Side Tri Rise one of my favorites)
(repeat 13,14,15)

Another winner in the P90X series.

Grade A

Instructor comments: It's Tony. He's goofy, competitive, funny, can be irritating, but I like him.:)
You can de-Tony with a cues-only option.

Janet Frost

5-04-04

This is an amazingly wonderful dvd. You can go for strength or endurance. Like other P90X workouts, it's your own workout, you taylor it as you like.

Everyone does their own thing, the background exercisers have fun together - often trying to out-rep each other when calling out their goal.

It's rounds of shoulder, bi, tri, and you repeat each round twice before a small break.

I think it was 4 rounds , might be 5. It's TOUGH, and fun.

Ab ripper X is on this dvd as well. KILLER ab workout.


A++++++

Instructor comments: Tony is tony.

Silly, competitive, tries to be cool, and spends a lot of time admiring Dreya's perfect form.

LOL -not implying anything untoward here... just amused at how he always picks her. At one point he starts saying 'Va-Va-va-voom-dee-day' at something she was doing, and even she cracked a smile.

Leela

5/14/2004



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