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P90X2 Yoga What is it all About?


P90X2 Yoga ReviewIf anyone has ever completed the original P90X Yoga, you’ll most likely definitely grow an appreciation for X2 Yoga!! Find out why I say this below, especially if the P90X workout of Yoga X drove you insane!!


When I first started P90X Yoga, I went in with an open mind, but the length of the exercise that day (what was it, an hour and a half or something???) absolutely killed me. Especially when balancing the workload of my full-time career, it wasn’t always easy getting that in. Did any of you feel the same way? What did you do to get around it for those of you who stayed dedicated to it?


While I came up with every excuse in the book, Tony consistently talks about Yoga being the “Fountain of Youth”. After all, would we all like a shot at making Gumby look like the Tin-Man? 🙂 So I forged ahead as much as I could and tried Yoga X throughout my P90X journey, but never really got the full benefits out of it as I should have…and then came X2 YOGA!!!!


The P90X2 Yoga Overview

So what will make you grow that appreciation for X2 Yoga? It’s only 67 minutes and 3 seconds versus the 1 ½ hours of Yoga X!!!!!

Even better yet, even though this is my direct opinion, is that the Vinyasa sequence is not as repetitive as P90X Yoga. Therefore, you get a chance to do a few Sun Salutations with different variations of Downward Dog, Warrior 1, 2, 3, Reverse Warrior, and Triangle Poses. I feel as though the movements make the workout enjoyable and it moves along quickly (although I sweat as though I’m running a marathon!!!)


Necessary tools for X2 Yoga

For X2 Yoga, you don’t need many tools, just a yoga mat (or soft surface), Yoga block (optional but will help you with some of the moves!), towel, and water!


X2 Yoga Moves

  • Mountain Pose
  • Sun Salutation A
  • Sun Salutation B
  • Downward Dog
  • Crescent Pose
  • Downward Dog
  • Warrior 2 Lunge
  • Yogi Bicycle
  • Abrinome
  • Split-Leg Reach Crunch
  • Bridge and Wheel
  • Happy Baby
  • Toll Like a Ball
  • Frog
  • Pigeon
  • ForwardBend
  • Plough/Shoulder Stand
  • Spinal Twist
  • Shavasana
  • Fetal Position
  • Cross-Legged Position
  • Fetal Position and one Ommmmmm 🙂


What about YOUR P90X2 Yoga Thoughts?

What are you doing? P90X Yoga? X2 Yoga? Yes, I’m talking with all of you readers!!! I want to hear from my SharpeFIT community, and I want to hear what you all think about Yoga!! Comment below and let me know the more we engage each other the more we will have some fun here at

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Have a great day!

Bob Sharpe

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  1. Eric says:

    This is a great post! I’m currently doing P90X and totally agree with the Yoga piece!! I think I’m definitely going to try P90X2 after I’m done with P90X – I can’t wait to experience the difference with X2. Thanks Bob!

    • Bob says:

      Great job Eric! You should be so proud of your efforts with P90X, and pushing through Yoga will only help you kick even more butt!! Keep me posted on your progress with P90X, I can’t wait to celebrate your 90-day results with you!!

      BRING IT!


  2. John says:

    P90x legs and back is no joke! Wasn’t really happy with my numbers but I know I’ll get better! And my dad said he can see results already!

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