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Old 08-03-2012, 02:26 PM   #17
redrider423
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Agreed. I have done the P90x myself. It's a terrific form of cardio. I'll give it that. In essence it came out before the whole cross fit revolution occurred. If I had to chose between the two I'd lean towards a cross fit routine for all over toning and fat burning mainly because of the constant use of compound multi muscle group involvement exercises. ESP the dead lift, good mornings and front squats. They fire up your metabolism insanely. P90 has its place though. For beginners it will whip you into shape. I just fear he is solely concentrated on defining his abs instead of an overall be fit agenda. I may be wrong though. Abs really are made in the kitchen. I spent nearly a year loosing that last 3% of body fat. Once it's gone it pretty easy to dispose of again. I tend to stay around 9-11% myself. I don't compete so theres no need to be ripped 24/7. I'm 30 years old and my body doesn't like being in the 8% range like it used too. Lol.
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