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First, a little about me. I'm an advanced exerciser who has completed several rounds of Beachbody's P90X and Cathe Friedrich's STS Series.Is Supreme 90 a copy cat version of P90X? It's based on the same principle of muscle confusion, as well as the principle of clean eating. It's similar but different. I love these workouts! They are tough and pack a lot into 30-40 minutes. I never thought I could get a thorough workout it less than an hour, but these workouts have convinced me that I can.Why I love these workouts:**They're tough. My heart rate is up there for every workout, even the core ones.**Tom Holland is a great instructor. I'd love to have him as my own trainer. He's tough, yet motivating.**Constant change keeps me interested. Since you're doing something different every day, I don't get bored with these. This set includes cardio, core and weights.**The focus on core work. I know it's important to...
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A lot of people are comparing this to P90X. This is a very good workout out program in its own right. I own P90X, P90X , insanity, and Chalean Extreme. I think that for $20 this is a better value than all of those. This may be riding the P90X fitness wave, but home workout junkies need this product to bring some competition to Beachbody. Remember when the weider crossbow came out and all of a sudden the price of a bowflex was cut in half. I bet the next phase of P90X dvds will cost a significantly less.
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First, let me say that I own both P90X and Insanity, and I strongly endorse Beachbody products to anyone who asks - they are of high quality and offer many options for people with different goals. Many people around the internet are saying that this product, Supreme 90 Day, is just a cheap knockoff of P90X. I found it to be a solid program at great price, and it is a good variation alternative after a person has completed another program.I do not consider this better or worse than P90X or Insanity, just more variation or more "muscle confusion", but at a very affordable price. The makers are clearly trying to capitalize on the success of P90X, and the commercials are very similar to the infomercials of that product. I have found that the Supreme 90 Day DVD's are well produced, and the workouts are tough (if you use enough weight to challenge.) Tom Holland, who is the instructor, is not overbearing or annoying and the exercise models are attractive and in great shape...