P90X Workout

The P90X Workout And Female Biceps

My P90X Workout For Beautiful Biceps

The two areas of my body where I have seen the most results from my P90X routine, would have to be my back and biceps. Appropriately named, the P90X workout that has allowed me to achieve such phenomenal results is called, "Back and Bicpes".

The program begins with a cardio warm-up and stretch routine. The stretches are referred to as "Ballistic Stretches" or passive stretching using the weight of your body and gravity.

Shakers, huggers, and reachers are examples of ballistic stretching exercises used in the P90X Back and Bicep workout routine.

P90X Workout Tools For Back And Bicep

  1. bands or weights
  2. chin up bar or band
  3. fitness guide and pen (for tracking purposes)
  4. water
  5. towel

Specific Bicep Exercises In Back And Biceps

There are several P90X workout routines in Back and Bicep that are specifically bicep exercises.

Each exercise is supposed to be performed so that the last three repetitions are hard, so you'll want to use a weight that you think will challenge you enough to max out on the last three reps.

I started in round one with a light resistance band and five pound weights. By the second round I was using a medium band and 15 pound weights.

Whatever weight or resistance you use, as long as the last three reps are difficult, you're maximizing your results. Note: listen to your body. Do not hurt yourself by picking a weight that's too heavy.

If during the bicep exercises you realize the weight you have is too heavy. Stop put it down and start over with a smaller weight.

  1. Twenty One - a three-part bicep exercise consisting of 7 half curls (final -parallel) , 7 half curls (parallel to shoulder), and 7 full bicep curls
  2. One Arm Cross Body Curl
  3. Standing Bicep Curl
  4. One Arm Concentration Curl
  5. Open Arm Curl
  6. Static Arm Curl
  7. Curl Up/Hammer Down
  8. Hammer Curl
  9. In Out Hammer Curls
  10. One-Arm Corkscrew
  11. Strip Set Curl

What To Expect From The Bicep (and Back) Workout Routine

Bottom line, it's hard (smile). No using beating around the bush. There's a lot of pushing and pulling.

If you're using the right size weight or band and maxing out the last three reps as suggested, you're really going to feel the burn during the workout (not to be confused with over doing it and injuring yourself- listen to your body).

A day or so after the workout I have muscle soreness in my arms and a little bit in my back.

Be sure to drink some type of recovery drink after your workout to replenish, feed those muscles you just exhausted, and minimize soreness.

What kind is really up to you. I've tried Muscle Milk (yucky taste), low fat chocolate milk with whey protein mixed in (not bad), and of course the P90X Recovery Drink . My staple is the P90X recovery drink and my fall back is low fat chocolate milk mixed with whey protein powder .

That's all folks!

Now go build yourself some beautiful biceps! Read More About P90X .

Does P90X Work? | P90X Review | Ab Ripper X | Back & Biceps | Kenpo X | P90X Equipment | P90X FAQs | P90X Photos | Extreme Workouts | Yoga X | Plyometrics | Core Synergistics | X Stretch | Chest & Shoulders/Triceps |Chest & Back | Legs & Back | Shoulders & Arms | Cardio X

What Are Your Thoughts?

Tell me your thoughts on this particular post. Was it helpful? Do you have a personal experience you'd like to share? What are your thoughts?