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In this edition of my “P90X Reviews” I am going to answer this one simple question.

“How much time do I need for P90X?”

The P90X workout itself is an incredible system that will undoubtedly get you in shape if you follow the program consistently and also eat a clean and healthy diet.

With that said some people may just not have the time or maybe you do but with the time required you just cannot motivate yourself to Push Play consistently. Most P90X reviews will tell you about the program but not necessarily how long the workouts are. lets see if the P90X workout is right for you.

Maybe you have an hour in the morning or two hours in the evening when you get home from work? Let’s face it, we all lead busy lives and sometimes we just don’t see it possible to spend hours at the gym. That is why you may turn to an at home workout program as the answer.

P90X is a home fitness system that nearly everyone has heard of thanks to Beachbody and their late night infomercials. Maybe you have already jumped on board or perhaps you are researching to get answers before you take that step. Either way let’s take a look beyond most p90x reviews at all of the workout DVD’s and get an idea of the time that will be required each week.

There are 12 P90X Workout DVD’s and in this edition of “P90X reviews” I want to focus directly on the run-times and total times needed each week to use the P90X Workout System.

Let’s get started:

  • P90X Chest & Back ( 1 Hour )
  • P90X Plyometrics ( 59 Minutes )
  • P90X Shoulders & Arms ( 1 Hour )
  • P90X Yoga X ( 1 Hour and 30 Minutes )
  • P90X Legs & Back ( 59 Minutes )
  • P90X Kenpo X ( 59 Minutes )
  • P90X X Stretch ( 58 Minutes )
  • P90X Core Synergistics ( 57 Minutes )
  • P90X Shoulders & Triceps ( 56 Minutes )
  • P90X Back & Biceps ( 52 Minutes )
  • P90X Cardio X ( 43 Minutes )
  • P90X Ab Ripper X (16 Minutes)

As you can see from the run times above, each P90X workout resistance day (Chest and Back, Shoulders and Arms, Legs and Back, etc.) is roughly around 1 hour – Each resistance workout is then followed by the 16 minute Ab Ripper X.

On Cardio Days (Kenpo, Plyo, Cardio X, etc.) You are looking at around 45 minutes to an hour depending on the workout.

Finally, on Yoga X you are looking at 1 hour and 30 minutes. Yoga X is the beast of the P90X Workout Program. Some love it, some hate it but regardless, it gets the job done!

So with these times you now know that you will need at a minimum 45 minutes a day to complete your workout and at a maximum you will need 1 hour and 30 minutes. Of course this is at home so you need to remember that you don’t have travel time to consider and you do not have to wait for any machines, so that’s a bonus.

Let’s go a little further than most P90X Reviews and take a look at a week of the P90X Workout system to get an idea of the average total time needed each week.

If you choose to skip Stretch X and take that 7th day off you will need about 7 Hours and 15 Minutes a week to do your P90X Workout.

With X Stretch included you will need about 8 Hours and 15 Minutes total.