Welcome back for another Abb Workouts Review. Today I felt like working out to a different abs routine so I decided to do the Ab Ripper X Workout from the P90X program. I have been doing this Abb Workouts routine for about a year now at least once or twice per week after various workouts, because I like the intense burn that it always delivers. Even though my abs and core are a lot stronger now, there are always times throughout this abb workouts that brings me to my knees. Truly this abb workout is no joke, but it does build an ab machine (You) without having to use ab machines… (I hate it, but I love it). Honestly no matter how many times I’ve done these abb workouts, I always have a tough time with a few of the exercises throughout the sequence. By the time I’m done my abs are burning and my core ends up being pretty tired for a while. Because I know how effective this program is… I would have to say that it is one of the best abs workout on the market.
When I completed my first round of P90X, it wasn’t until day 40 or so that I was able to do the Ab Ripper X routine all the way through. Again this is one serious abdominal workout. However, I’m now able to do the advanced versions of abb workouts and keep up with the crew on the DVD. There’s no denying the fact that the set of abdominal exercises in Ab Ripper X shreds my core every time! As a sidebar, please know that Ab Ripper X is a ab workout for men as well as for women. And it is truly effective if combined with any strength training workouts. Basically, if you want perfect abs this is a great program for you.
When you pop in the Ab Ripper X DVD be sure you are ready to ‘Rock and Roll’ because the various abb workout routines are done at a very fast pace… so if you are unable to keep up - DO NOT allow yourself to become discouraged! Tony encourages you to take a break if needed. I also recommend that you take breaks then simply jump back in when you’re ready! I think you’ll agree with Tony Horton when he drops the classic line: “I hate it, but I love it” – regarding the Ab Ripper X abb workouts routine. Personally I usually dread doing abb workouts, but I don’t allow myself to make excuses and I just keep pushing through. My main objective was to simply get better each time. One thing I knew for sure is that my core has become much stronger. I truly love the challenge and the satisfaction I get from finishing this beast of an abb workout. And it is refreshing to know that this wonderful workout DOES NOT require and weights and/or commercial gym equipment. I mean – who has the time or money to go out and buy an ab bench or crunch machines, fitness equipment or cardio machines these days. Why… when you can get it done with Ab Ripper X. Click the button below and get started with this one of a kind abb workout routine today!
P90X Ab Ripper X Review (Abb Workouts)
Tony Horton: “What’s really amazing about Ab Ripper X abb workouts is it gives people an opportunity to get the best, most ripped abdominal area they’ve ever had in their lives. You will be doing 339 abdominal moves. If you want sculpted abs… it’s going to happen ONLY one way and that requires you to bring it!” I love the introduction from Tony because he’s right. If you can hang with the crew for these abdominal exercises and finish the Ab Ripper X routine (keeping in mind that it took me 40 days to get to that point), you will notice that each time you finish it, you will be one step closer to getting that ripped six pack abs that you desire. And that’s what it was all about for me. Each day and each time I put in that DVD… I just want to get a little better and some what closer to my desired fitness goal. Now please note that Ab Ripper X alone won’t get you a ripped six pack… (you still need to lose fat in the area first), therefore, Ab Ripper X should be used in combination with the other P90X workouts!
If you are doing P90X, you should be familiar with the fact that you are expected to do Ab Ripper X three times per week (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday) after your main strength workouts. In comparision to Insanity this is a major difference. The great thing is that you will get a calendar with a schedule of each workout. Ab Ripper X is normally scheduled to be done immediately after the following workouts: Chest and Back (or Chest Shoulders and Triceps); Shoulders and Arms (or Back and Biceps); and Legs and Back. Personally for me – doing Ab Ripper X after is the Legs and Back is the hardest because in that workout, you end up blasting your core (especially your thighs) through an extreme combination of leg exercises and pull ups. I typically find that doing Ab Ripper X after Legs and Back a total nightmare, but I force myself to fight through the pain because I know… No Pain – No Gain!
Ab Ripper X is approximately 16 minute workout. The reason that it’s short is due to the fact that it’s a secondary, supplemental workout. By the time you’re done with Ab Ripper X, you will realize that 16 minutes is more than enough time to absolutely demolish your core. You will basically be putting your core through 16 minutes of hell every time you do Ab Ripper X. If you are doing P90X, you will learn to appreciate the overall toughness of this abdominal routine (as some many of us have) as you progress through your 90 day journey.
P90X Ab Ripper X Workout Exercises (Abb Workouts)
1. In and Outs.
2. Bicycles. Two sets (forwards and backwards.)
3. Crunchy Frog.
4. Hybrid Leg/Vast Leg Sit ups.
5. Fifer Scissors.
6. Hip Gravel ‘N Raise.
7. Pulse Ups (Heels to Heaven).
8. V-Up Roll Up Combos.
9. Oblique V-Ups. (Two sets, for each side.)
10. Leg Climbs. (Two sets for each leg.)
11. Mason Twist.