Supreme 90 Day VS P90X Comparison Review

Compare P90X Supreme 90 Day
Instructor Tony Horton Tom Holland
Type Extreme Exercise Extreme Exercise
Price 3 monthly payments of $39.95 (+$19.95 s&h).

90-Day Money Back Guarantee.

1 Payment of $19.99 + $6.99 S&H.

30 Day Money Back Guarantee

Program Duration Duration – 13 weeks

Weekly Schedule – 6 Days a Week

Average Duration/Day – 55 minutes

Duration – 90 day

Weekly Schedule – 6 days

Average Duration/Day – 30-40 minutes

Method/Technique Muscle Confusion, Cross Training, Periodization, Strength Training, Cardio, Yoga, Plyometrics, Stretching Muscle Confusion
Compare P90X Supreme 90 Day
Exercise Programs Chest & Back (Muscles worked – Pectorals, Back, Biceps, Triceps. Training Type – Strength Training. Duration – 52:50.)

Plyometrics (Muscles worked – Legs, Full Body. Training Type – Cardio. Duration – 58.36.)

Shoulders & Arms (Muscles worked – Biceps, Triceps, Shoulders. Training Type – Strength Training. Duration – 59:53.)

Yoga X (Muscles worked – Full Body. Training Type – Stretch. Duration – 92:24.)

Legs & Back (Muscles worked – Quads, Hamstring, Calves, Back. Training Type – Strength Training. Duration – 58:56.)

Kenpo X (Muscles worked – Full Body. Training Type – Cardio. Duration – 58:46.)

X Stretch (Muscles worked – Full Body. Training Type – Stretch. Duration – 57:32.)

Core Synergistics (Muscles worked – Full Body. Training Type – Strength Training. Duration – 57:27.)

Chest, Shoulders, & Triceps (Muscles worked – Pectorals, Shoulders, Triceps. Training Type – Strength Training. Duration – 55:44.)

Back & Biceps (Muscles worked – Back, Biceps. Training Type – Strength Training. Duration – 51:36.)

Cardio X (Muscles worked – Full Body. Training Type – Cardio Workout. Duration – 43:18.)

Ab Ripper X (Muscles worked – Abdominals, Core. Training Type – Strength Training. Duration – 16:07.)

Total Body (Muscles worked: Total Body. Workout Types: push-ups, plyometric push-ups, deadlifts, clean and press, plyometric squat jumps, dumbbell swings and plyometric split lunges. Duration: 35 mins)

Tabata Inferno (Muscles worked: cardio. Workout Types: burpees, mountain climbers, high knees, plyometric squats, jump squats, jump lunges, squat thrusters, push-ups, bicycles and seated twists. Duration: 44 minutes)

Chest, Shoulders & Triceps (Muscles worked: Chest, Shoulders, Triceps. Workout Types: Core Exercises, Wood chops, Reverse crunch ball exchange, Shoulder warm up, Spider Crawl pushups, Arnold Press, Triceps kick back, alternating chest press, alternating shoulder press- seated, skull crushers and cross body triceps extension, lying chest press with leg extensions, Plank with rear delt fly, triceps skull crusher and triceps press. Duration: 45 minutes.)

Chest and Back (Muscles Worked: Chest and Back. Workout Type: push-up variations, chest presses and chest flies, bent-over rows, back extensions, renegade rows, prone press up, overhead pullovers, cool-down and stretch. . Duration: 35 minutes.)

Shoulders and Arms (Muscles Worked: shoulders and arms. Workout Types: lateral raises, clean and presses, shoulder presses and rear flies. hammer curls, traditional curls, incline biceps curls on the stability ball, and 21s. kickbacks, skull crushers, triceps extension and triceps push-ups. cool-down and stretch. Duration: 45 minutes.)

Back and Biceps (Muscles Worked: . Workout Types: Back – Alternating pullovers, plank rows, good mornings, bent over rows, deadlifts and one-arm rows. Biceps – In and out biceps curl, hammer curl, concentration curl and alternating dumbbell curl with wrist rotation. Duration: 57 minutes.)

Legs (Muscles Worked: Back and Biceps. Workout Types: . Duration: 34 minutes.)

Cardio Challenge (Muscles Worked: Legs and Core. Workout Types: The core circuit consists of three core exercises, weighted stability ball crunches, scissor kick crunches and seated twist with a dumbbell, performed for two total circuits. Twenty five prisoner squats and a “triple-heater” leg and hamstring burner performed with the stability ball. Alternating rear and forward lunges, Bulgarian split squats, stiff-legged deadlifts, side lunges, sumo squats and forward lung reaches. Duration: 34 minutes.)

Ultimate Ball (Muscles Worked: Core. Workout Types: mix of core and balance moves including plank variations, bridge variations, roll outs, pikes, walk-outs, one-legged squats and one-legged lateral lunges. Duration: 41.)

S90 Core Dynamics (Muscles Worked: . Workout Types: . Duration: .)

Compare P90X Supreme 90 Day
What Do I get?
  • 12 workout DVDs/li>
  • Fitness Guide/li>
  • 3-Phase Nutrition Plan
  • PHASE 1 P90X Fat Shredder
  • PHASE 2 P90X Energy Booster
  • PHASE 3 P90X Endurance Maximizer
  • Workout Calendar
  • “How To Bring It” Video
  • 24/7 support
    • 10 Supercharged Workout DVDs By Award Winning Producer Cal Pozo.
  • Total Body
  • Tabata Inferno
  • Chest, Shoulders & Triceps
  • Chest and Back
  • Shoulders and Arms
  • Back and Biceps
  • Legs
  • Cardio Challenge
  • Ultimate Ball
  • S90 Core Dynamics
  • Supreme Nutrition By New York Times Best Selling Author Tosca Reno.
  • Supreme Rock Hard Abs (Plus Processing) To Get You Absolutely Shredded!
  • Compare P90X Supreme 90 Day
    Equipment Needed Dumbbells/Weights or Bands (Workouts – Chest and Back, Shoulders and Arms, Legs and Back, Core Synergistics, Chest, Shoulders And Triceps, Back and Biceps)

    Push-up bars (Workouts – Chest and Back, Chest, Shoulders And Triceps)

    Pull-up bar or bands (Workouts – Chest and Back, Legs and Back, Back and Biceps)

    Chair (Chest and Back, Plyometrics, Shoulders and Arms, Legs and Back, Chest, Shoulders And Triceps, Back and Biceps, Cardio X)

    Heart rate monitor (Plyometrics, Kenpo X, Cardio X)

    Mat (Plyometrics, Yoga X, X Stretch, Core Synergistics, Cardio X, Ab Ripper X)

    Yoga blocks (Yoga X, X Stretch, Cardio X)

    Plastic plate (Core Synergistics, Chest, Shoulders And Triceps)

    Cardboard/Towel (Core Synergistics, Chest, Shoulders And Triceps)

    Hand Weights, Stability Ball
    Compare P90X Supreme 90 Day
    Pros Delivers results

    90-Day Trial Period

    Low Price

    Deliver same results as the P90X at much lower cost

    Cons Expensive as compared to other similar programs

    Not for beginners OR those who want a “quick fix”

    Not suitable for overweight people

    May cause injuries

    Can be strenuous since it requires “Hard Work”

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