P90X Workout Kenpo X Workout Routine
Time Flies When You're Having Fun
When it comes to doing cardio in my P90X workout Kenpo X is my favorite hands down.
Time flies when I'm doing this program because it's so much fun.
Which is surprising because I usually don't like a whole lot of cardio, hence my previous weight issues. But, there's something exhilarating about all of the kicking and punching. I really takes the edge off especially on days where you're stressed or tense. It's a great stress reliever for me.
Fun But Intense...
"Kenpo X was created to give P90X users a high-intensity cardiovascular workout packed with lots of punching and kicking combinations to improve balance, endurance, flexibility, and coordination.
During this workout you'll learn some of the most effective ways to defend yourself, while at the same time getting your body in peak condition."
Here's a short clip from my Kenpo Workout:
Burning Calories and Lots of Them
As with all workout routines a common question is, "How many calories can you burn with Kenpo P90X workout?"
Last week I burned over 800 calories doing the Kenpo P90X Workout. Not bad, huh?
There is no one size fits all answer. Factors such as age, weight, gender, etc affect your calorie burn. The best thing to do is to get a heart rate monitor that calculates calories if you can.
Just fyi, I have the monitor with the strap it provides me with continuous real time readings. This way I can calculate my calorie burn and track my heart rate the be sure I'm are in my fat burning zone during the workout.
Just Show Up and "Bring It"
For this workout, you won't need bands or pull-up bars, just Bring You and be ready to sweat (so in that case, you may need a towel).
There's a lot of kicking and punching as I mentioned before and Tony (Horton) reminds you not to bang your joints in order to prevent injuries. As with all P90x Workouts, you want to listento your body. It's important not to over do it. You don't want to "dog it" as Tony says, but you want to modify moves and work hard enough to stay in your zone. My target heart rate zone is about 125.
The thing to remember with this workout and all of the others is, "Do your best and forget the rest!"
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