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ISO File (download torrent). Minute Trainer - Disk 3. Type: Video Movies DVDRFiles: 1. Tony Horton 10 Minute Trainer. The primary fitness training programs that you can purchase these days typically require a huge time commitment from participants. It makes sense though; you have to put hard work and effort into getting any major progress.
July 10, 2011 – I have given a comprehensive and complete review of Tony Horton’s 1-on-1 and. Now although there will NOT be a Volume 4 (the series is discontinued after Volume 3), I am going back to review all of Volume 2.
I am still finishing working through all the workouts, but as I complete reviews, I will ensure all of them are added into this comprehensive post. You can also download the worksheets for all the Volume 2 workouts. In case you did not catch my Volume 1 or 3 reviews, I want to restate a few things about the 1-on-1 series. So what is Tony Horton One on One? How does this differ from P90x and P90x Plus? One on One is an unscripted workout with you and Doc Horton.
There are no other people working out with him. It is just you and him (and his trusty cameraman Mason Bendewald from Mason Twist fame). You get to see the real Tony and frankly get to know what makes this guy tick. He shares his stories, his opinions, his quirks, his humor, and his vulnerabilities. I did Beachbody workouts for a year before I started the One on One series, but I know many who use these discs right after completing P90x. One of the things that intimidated me with One on One was that there were no workout sheets, there was no routine to follow, and frankly I couldn’t even tell what muscle groups were being targeted from the disc names. Similar to what I did for Volume 1 and 3, I committed myself to documenting the Volume 2 workouts and shining a light for others who may be struggling with the same thing I was.
This guide should help you decide if. I not only documented the exercises, but also organized it in a way that shows you the rhythm and cadence of the workout. I have given individual reviews for each disc below as well as the following information: – Length – Target Muscles – Routine: Rounds / Exercises – Recommended workouts to replace in P90x – My Recommendation Rating (out of 5) – Equipment Needed Lastly, I have put all the trailers in place for your convenience. If you enjoy my reviews and my site, we would love to have you join Team Right Now!
Click to join the team for FREE. Disc 1 – Cardio Intervals Length: 40 minutes Target Muscle: Cardio P90x Replacement: Cardio X, Kenpo X, Plyometrics My Recommendation Rating: 3 Stars (out of 5) Equipment Required: Chair, Markers, Ball The 3 out of 5 star rating may be a little unfair and is personally biased. This is actually a very nice routine and a solid entry to moderate level cardio routine. However, for a crazy Insanity / Xer like me, the difficulty drags the score down. But even I need to remember that every workout does not need to have your heart pounding out of chest to be effective. This routine brings you through 20 exercises 2 times!
You will see moves from Kenpo X, Plyometrics, Interval X Plus, and more. There are some good side to side moves that require you to put some markers on your floor (washers, playing cards, coasters, or a kid’s toy will do.) I like the side to side moves because it is something that does not actively come in most cardio activities (running, biking, swimming). In the future, i would use this routine in 2 situations. One would be a recovery week. The second would be if I was trying to bulk up and gain mass and hence lowering the intensity of my cardio. However, for many of you, this disc may be just what the doctor ordered.
Don’t let my crazy view taint you. It’s just that once you do Insanity or Asylum, everything else seems like kitten’s play. Disc 2 – Core Ball Sandwich Length: 47 minutes Target Muscle: Chest, Abs, and Back P90x Replacement: Chest & Back and Ab Ripper X My Recommendation Rating: 5 Stars (out of 5) Equipment Required: Stability Ball, Basketball, Pull-Up Bar We find Tony at Jackson Hole in his hotel’s gym. Frankly, it is a little strange watching this one since we are in the dead heat of summer and there is snow outside the windows at Jackson Hole.
Tony takes us through an intense 47 minute routine. This workout consists of 10 exercises repeated twice. Tony has 3 rounds of Back, Abs, and Chest. He throws in an Ab Bonus exercise between Round 2 and 3.
By no means is this as intense as. This still remains the hardest Chest / Back routine out there. However, what is nice about this routine is that is brings you through a tough routine in just over 45 minutes.
So if you dont have 60 minutes for 30-15 plus another 15 minutes for an ab routine, this one helps you get a great workout done in short order. I did this routine twice before I did this review. I really wanted to get a sense of the workout before I gave my opinion.
You can see the “ball obsession’ that will continue through P90X2, start here. The push-ups are on balls or spynix style. The pull-ups are targeted as high reps. And the ab exercises are all solid moves out of the Tony arsenal. I give it 5 stars. I really like this routine and its efficiency.
I will be using it in my regular “Chest & Back” routine. Disc 3 – Patience “Hummingbird” Yoga Length: 36 minutes Target Muscle: Total Body P90x Replacement: Yoga X My Recommendation Rating: 4 Stars (out of 5) Equipment Required: Yoga Mat I have some good news and bad news for those who dislike Yoga. First, the good news. It’s the shortest Yoga routine out there (36 minutes). Now the bad news. One of the reasons you probably dislike Yoga is because it is so slow.
Well, this is Yogain slow-motion! Tony moves extremely slow through this routine.
If you have done Yoga X, you will be familiar with all the moves. There is nothing revolutionary on this disc. Frankly, it is really the pace and the overall calming atmosphere that Tony creates that makes this different. In the beginning of this disc, it is positioned as humorous banter between Mason and himself. However, as the disc goes on Tony is serious in his meditative state.
One thing I do like about this disc is its length. At 36 minutes, I could actually use this as a supplemental workout. For example, my first go around with this disc was done after a 60 minute run outside. Now I am all for a good old fashion 90 minute Yoga routine every once in a while. (I actually really enjoy Yoga.) But depending on my training routine, I may not want to use one of my six workout days for only Yoga. So this disc will allow me to have a good 45-60 minute workout and still get in a strong 30+ minute Yoga routine. I with hold the 5th start because there are really no new moves.
But this does give me the a 4th Yoga option (Yoga X, Volume 1 – Fountain of Youth, and Volume 3 – Yoga:MC2) I also recommend you see my post that discusses the great benefits of Yoga. Disc 4 – 10 Minute Crusher Pack 20/12 – Legs of Gold – Shadow Boxing Length: 10 minutes per workout Target Muscle: Abs – Legs – Cardio P90x Replacement: Ab Ripper X – Legs & Back (Partly) – KenpoX (Partly) My Recommendation Rating: 5 Stars (out of 5) Equipment Required: Pull-Up Bar – None – Jump Rope I was very surprised at how much I enjoyed this 3-pack of 10 minute workouts. These provide a GREAT way to supplement any workout you are doing. In fact, I enjoyed these so much, I may go purchase. But do not be fooled.
These workouts are not easy just because they are 10 minutes. These are tough and Tony moves fast through 10 moves. Let’s look at each one individually.
20/12 – This could be my new favorite Ab workout. 20 reps on the floor, 12 reps on a pull-up bar, and repeat 5 more times. The moves on the pull-up bar are tough, especially after completing any back or arms routine where your upper body is already shredded.
But this has become my new go-to Ab routine. “6-Point Flexor Burn.” “Round House.” Are you kidding? These are killer moves!
I would buy the disc just for this workout. Legs of Gold – Not many of us like to work legs. They aren’t glamor muscles and soreness sucks in the legs when you are walking like a penguin! Seriously, you need to work your legs. And if you don’t want to dedicate a 60 minute workout to that, then this is the disc for you. Do this workout a couple times a week to keep your leg strength up!
Shadow Boxing – There is only one thing you need to bring when you do this disca fun attitude! This is just fun and playing around. Plain and simple. Tony jumps rope for a minute, shadow boxes with Mason for a minute, and repeats that 5 times. Actually, this would be a great warm-up for a cardio routine.It’ll loosen everything up and guaranteed to put you in a better mood!
Disc 5 – Butt & Belly Length: 46 minutes Target Muscle: Butt and Abs P90x Replacement: Legs & Back (Partly) and Ab Ripper X My Recommendation Rating: 3 Stars (out of 5) Equipment Required:8 Playing Cards The last time we saw a workout targeted solely at the butt, it was in. However, this workout alternates between butt and abs. Each round consists of a butt exercise and an ab exercise.
You do a total of 5 rounds and then you get to REPEAT them. The Butt part of the routine does bring back some favorites from Butt Shaper, like 8-Card Pick-Up. The Ab portion of the routine is very isometric in nature.
These moves are done very slow which really gets the burn going! (Although, Tony does pick it up in sequence 2 as he is running short on time.) As I mentioned in my, I actually did and then followed it with this routine. 2 workouts, back to back. That definitely got the Abs worked out. However, I will give my same opinion on this routine as I did on Bun Shaper.
This does work your upper legs very well. But does it replace a more comprehensive “Legs” routine? I think it depends on your goals. I would suggest using this in one training block of 3-4 weeks, but going back to a more complete leg routine in the next training block. Disc 6 – Back & Belly Length: 36 minutes Target Muscle: Back and Abs P90x Replacement: Legs & Back (Partly) or Chest & Back (Partly) and Ab Ripper X My Recommendation Rating: 4 Stars (out of 5) Equipment Required: Pull-Up Bar and a Mat There are no surprises in this routine.
Tony comes right at you with round after round of Pull-Ups and Abs; 7 to be exact. And even throws in a bonus pull-up at the end. On the back front, Tony doesn’t go easy on us with just chin-ups. Rest assured that Levers, Corn-Cobs,and X Pull-Ups all await you!
On the ab front, you will see alot of Ab Ripper X moves. So this should feel familiar to P90Xers. What makes this routine unique is that I have always done Chest&Back together and then Abs after. Or I have done Legs&Back with Abs after. I have never done a Back routine with Abs in between pull-ups.
We all have a wheelhouse. You know, those things we are really good. And while I have made huge personal improvements on pull-ups, I still feel this is an area I need to continually work on. This workout allows me to do that.
Many times I wonder whether I am running out of gas on pull-ups on a Chest&Back routine because I am spent from the push-up and pull-up continual pounding or is it because my back is really weak. This routine will help me figure that out and focus solely on my back. I actually did fairly well in this routine. I did this routine first and then did Butt & Belly (review coming tomorrow) so that I could hit Back, Legs, and Abs all in one day.
With swimming being a key component of my (obviously!), I am working my back twice a week and will incorporate this routine into my next 8 weeks leading up to my Olympic-distance race. I hold back the 5th star because many of the moves are similar to what we have seen. This doesn’t mean it is not a good workout though. Doing the same exercises in different sequences is all a part of muscle confusion and one of the reasons I am really liking this Volume 2 series. Disc 7 – On One Leg Length: 36 minutes Target Muscle: Shoulders, Biceps, Triceps P90x Replacement: Shoulders & Arms My Recommendation Rating: 4 Stars (out of 5) Equipment Required: Dumb bells (or Resistance Bands) and Power Stands One on One, On One Leg! Ironically, this routine has nothing to do with legs. This routine is focused on Shoulders and Arms where all moves are doneyou guessed itOn One Leg.
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But hey, if you want to do One on One, On One Leg – For Legs, we have that routine as well. (Click.) This routine goes quick.
There is no warm-up or cool down and it clocks in at 36 minutes. There are four sequences where each sequence contains two rounds and each round is on each leg. So you do one round of Shoulders, Bis, and Tris on your right leg and repeat on your left.
Now here is something I found odd. In Sequence 3 and 4, Tony only does Shoulders and Tris. He skips Biceps. Is this on purpose? I sent a note to our friend and buddy Mason Bendewald (the director) to see what was up.
Here was our interaction So there you go. From the man himself! By the y the way, I recommend you join Mason’s Facebook page. He is very responsive to any questions! I am going to be honest, I struggled through this routine. If you really want to test your balance, try this baby out. It is not easy.
I lost count of the number toe taps. The great thing about being on one leg is that every move becomes synergistic. Your legs, core, back, everything. So while you may be lightening your load on your weights, you are working alot more muscle groups. Now if you are trying to gain mass and hypertrophy, then I would pass this one up. However, if you are looking to get lean, gain balance, work your secondary and tertiary muscles groups along with primary ones, this is for you.
Disc 8 – Iso Abs Length: 38 minutes Target Muscle: Abs P90x Replacement: Ab Ripper X My Recommendation Rating: 5 Stars (out of 5) Equipment Required: Mat I had heard good things about this routine so I was excited to give it a whirl. 38 minutes does seem a little intimidating.
Tony starts out by saying 10 moves at 12 reps a piece. I thought,”That doesn’t sound so bad.” As I made it through the 10 moves and saw quite a bit of time on the clock, I knew what was coming. “REPEAT!” So, it is actually 2 Rounds of 10 moves. This is a tough routine because of it’s pace. It is super slow with isometric holds. I want to share a funny story during Round 2.
Just as “The Gate” is about to start, Tony says “Let’s open the gate and see what is inside!” Instinctively, I responded out loud “Pain!” LOL! Well, it made me laugh. If you can’t crack yourself up. The moves are actually a combination of a bunch of moves from different routines, but nothing I hadn’t seen before. “Super Scissors”, “The Monster”, “Big Bike”, “Tick Tock”, etc.
But everything is super slow and it burns! Although this could absolutely replace Ab Ripper X, be aware that this routine is more than twice as long. Now maybe you only have time for Round 1.
That is okay as well. But I love switching up Ab routines and this one will definitely be in regular rotation. Disc 9 – Cardio Confusion (Mason’s Choice) Length: 43 minutes per workout Target Muscle: Cardio P90x Replacement: Cardio X, Kenpo X, Plyometrics My Recommendation Rating: 3 Stars (out of 5) Equipment Required: Jump Rope, Chair, and Medicine Ball What makes this cardio routine fun is the unknown and random nature of the exercises. Mason picks exercises from a hat and each one last 1 minute. I would suggest not looking at my workout sheet the first time just to have some fun with the element of surprise. Tony does 24 exercises that range from moves you have seen in P90X, Power 90, and older 1-on-1s. Tony is off to see how much weight he can lose in this routine as he weighs himself before and after.
And while he admits it’s water weight, it is fun to see that he has lost 1 lb from 30 minutes of cardio. He also has a significant focus on your heart rate throughout this routine. What is your target heart rate zone? I only got into my zone a couple of times. My average heart rate from beginning to end was 106 bpm where I should be targeting 132 – 160 bpm for my age.
This routine was not as intense as I would like it to be. Now I could have maybe done the moves faster and deeper, but I admit that my cardio is really strong right now given my triathalon training. You will not see many new moves in this routine, but the randomness makes it fun. This is a great routine for those looking for entry to medium level cardio. I would probably use it as part of a recovery week.
Disc 10 – 100 / 30 / 20 Length: 46 minutes Target Muscle: Cardio, Abs, and Chest P90x Replacement: Chest & Back (Partial) and Ab Ripper X My Recommendation Rating: 4 Stars (out of 5) Equipment Required: Jump Rope, Power Stands, and Mat 100 / 30 / 20 is 8 rounds of fun and excitement. Each round consists of 100 Jumps over the ole’ Rope, 30 Crunches, and 20 Push-Ups. Tony usually keeps things either cardio or resistance in his workouts. This one is interesting because it does bring in both elements.
Tony mentions that this is a great workout for Power90 graduates and I would agree. This may actually be a little on the lighter side for those who are hard core P90X grads.
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I am not saying that 160+ push-ups is easy, but there is enough rest in between where I was not feeling pushed to the limit until the last round where you max out your reps. Given that focuses on Chest and Abs, I am surprised that Tony chose to do another routine with a similar focus. Now in defense of the two workouts coexisting, Upper Body Balance is a much harder routine with all Push-Ups on Balls as opposed to this routine using Power Stands.
In general, the Ab moves in this routine are easier as well. Many are from fame. For P90X grads, I think this would be a great workout for a recovery week. This is where I fit it in. It is tough to fit into a normal training block given its unique muscle groups. However, if having two back routines (Chest & Back and Legs & Back) is too much Back workout for you, then this could be a nice replacement for Chest & Back. Disc 11 – For Legs Length: 52 minutes Target Muscle: Legs P90x Replacement: Legs & Back (Partly) My Recommendation Rating: 4 Stars (out of 5) Equipment Required: Chair and a Coin Okay, so the actual title of this disc is “One-On-One On One Leg for Legs”.
Yeah., “For Legs” is easier to get out. So this entire routine consists of moves on one leg. So get ready to put your mind in a balanced state. You know what I like most about this disc? Tony struggled with his balance, just as I did. In fact, he dings himself one push-up for each toe tap.
By the end of the workout he is up to 30+ push-ups so he ends up cranking out 50 for good measure. Tony does have a very long warm-up (9 minutes) and cool down (6 minutes). So the main workout is actually 37 minutes. The workout does cover all the leg muscles. However, with the balance element you not only work primary muscle groups, but secondary and tertiary as well.
With all my, my legs are in really good shape. However, I still find these types of workouts leave my legs aching the next day. And sure enough, I had some mild soreness from “For Legs”.
It just proves to me that cardio is NOT a substitute for a leg workout. This workout does not even use weights, but it consists of balanced and wide range of motion exercises. You just dont get that from only cardio. This is a low impact leg workout as compared to something like in Volume 1 or in Volume 3. So if you try and avoid jumping or plyometric workouts, this one will be good for you!
You can download the worksheet under “Coach Mike Workouts”. Disc 12 – Upper Body Balance Length: 53 minutes Target Muscle: Chest and Abs P90x Replacement: Chest & Back (Partly) and Ab Ripper X My Recommendation Rating: 4 Stars (out of 5) Equipment Required: Stability Ball, Basketball, Medicine Balls This is the last disc in Volume 2 and it is well placed there because this really provides the bridge into. The push-up exercises in this routine are very similar to those in. 4- Ball, 3-Ball, 2- Ball Push-Ups. Stability Ball Push-Ups. And even the “Impossible” Push-Up where your feet are on a stability ball and your hands are on a basketball. (In Volume 3, he changes the name he “Possible” Push-Up).
I was actually quite proud that I got 10 in a row today which was my personal best. Between each Push-Up you get an Ab Move.
There are some moves that he eventually put into like Row Your Boat, Boat Scissors, and Oblique Roll Crunch. However, a new move call Superman V-Up was way cool and way hard. If you are not quite ready to start adding Pull-Ups on top of an already really hard Push-Up routine, this is your disc. I would say it is easier than Chest, Back, and Balls because Abs are much easier than Pull-Ups. However, if you want to see what is going to be like, skip this disc and go right to Chest, Back, and Balls.
The primary fitness training programs that you can purchase these days typically require a huge time commitment from participants. It makes sense though; you have to put hard work and effort into getting any major progress. It usually takes weeks and months to start seeing results, but people usually think it is well worth the effort once they see their transformed bodies.
While that may sound all well and good, but for those of us who are too busy to commit to that kind of workout program, it just isn’t possible. If you are looking for a product that can promise results without the requirement of such a hefty time commitment, you’re looking for the 10 Minute Trainer. The 10 Minute Trainer was created by the folks who designed the P90X program. If you’ve never heard of P90X, you’ve been living under a rock for the last few years, because it is one of the hottest and most successful programs ever created. But it definitely is not for everyone because of it’s intensity. The 10 Minute Trainer is a workout that was designed to keep you in shape, while only requiring a few minutes each day from you to work out.
So just what is this incredible invention and why haven’t you heard of it before? The 10 Minute Trainer was invented to help people who are out of shape or are new to working out so that they can lose some excess body weight and become reasonably fit. It is not meant to transform your body quickly or drastically like P90X, but instead, just get you in good shape while you fit it into your normal daily schedule. Technically, the program is similar to P90X in principle.
It also brings in something called the Super Stacking technique, which has you work out several groups of muscles at the same time, which will cut down the time that you are required to work out, and can help you get in shape quickly. So you’re probably wondering what other products you are going to need to buy to use the program, and the answer is NONE! If you buy the 10 Minute Trainer, the product comes with the DVD you need to use to train, as well as the bands which are required for the exercises. Otherwise, there are no additional products that you need to buy.
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The DVD is approximately 50 minutes long, but that includes 8 sets of workout that can be divided into parts to complete in about ten minutes each day. While you can simply do a ten minute routine every day, the program encourages you to work up to doing multiple routines every day, up to the full fifty minute program. While you are encouraged to work out beyond the ten minutes, you have complete control over how long you work out per day. You are also limiting your progress by doing so, which is your own choice.
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If you are limited in the amount of time you can spend working out, this is a great option for you. You may not get the maximum benefit, as you would with a more comprehensive plan like P90X; this is a great product for this specific purpose.
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While this may seem like a waste of time, it may save you time in the long run and will ensure you’re doing the exercises properly. Should You Try It? If you are looking to get in tip top shape, this may not be the product for you. As we’ve gone over, this is intended for beginners, or people who are out of shape and are looking for a product to get them into better shape.
This will not make you look like a body builder, and you can’t expect those kinds of results from this kind of program. If you have the appropriate expectations, the 10 Minute Trainer Videos are a fantastic product for you.
It is impossible to go from on the couch to great shape, and this product understands that dilemma. This is for people getting started and can be a great motivator to help you see results fairly quickly with a very low time commitment. It doesn’t work wonders, but it is better for your overall health than walking or jogging, and it also can help you learn how to stay in better physical condition. This product will help you get started, and if you can increase the amount of time you commit to it, it will help you get into pretty good shape, which will hopefully just be your introduction to better health and increased physical fitness.
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