Volume 2 of One on One with Tony Horton has some changes compared to Volume 1. The workouts are more compact and condensed, you get chapter skips so you can skip ahead, an on-screen countdown clock, and the wide angle lens ensures that you can see all the action better!
Use the One on One DVDs in a variety of ways: rotate them into your P90X or P90X Plus workouts, or get the entire set and create a unique workout program with your personal trainer, Tony Horton.
The first DVD in One on One Volume 2 is Cardio Intervals. It’s a 40-minute X-style workout packed with 2 rounds of exercises at 30 seconds each. Tony Horton starts out with warmup that includes yoga sun salutations. He moves on to other heart pounding exercises like hop twists – great for the abs and legs, lateral leaps twists – leaping from side-to-side with twist on the landing, and plyo lunge twists.
My personal favorite is the jumping side kicks where you get your cardio workout, along with working on balance and kicking.
Overall you’ll experience a great mixture of plyometrics, kenpo, and other Tony Horton style unique moves that will keep your heart pumping and have you dripping in some sweat.
I like this Cardio Interval DVD because it is compact in time but gets the job done. Some of the moves took a little practice but I was able to conquer them after a couple of times doing the Cardio Intervals DVD.
If you are a P90Xer who is craving a little variety and new workouts, then Tony Horton’s One on One is for you!
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Check out the video below for a sneak peek at Cardio Intervals with Tony: