P90X3 – Total Synergistics

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P90X3 Total Synergistics Reviewed

P90X3 Total Synergistics Overview

P90X3 Total Synergistics is Another P90X3 16 exercise workout that hits your entire body, and each workout hits multiple parts of your body. I like that you go from a leg to a chinup bar, and right into a core. As soon as you are at a burnout from a chinup, you go right into an exercise that works another part of your body so you can recover to do upper body later in the workout.

“Total Synergistics is a melting pot of resistance training, every exercise incorporates more than one muscle group and it uses stabilization training to force your muscles and your brain to work together, or synergistcally, allowing you to move athletically. It’s grace, it’s strength, it’s power combined.”
– Tony Horton

P90X3 Total Synergistics Advice

Side Rise Punch was tough for my wife and I to figure out while doing the exercise. It’s not a hard workout, but like some of his moves if you are already shaky and sweaty it’s tough to try the move while watching. I’d advise you scroll through the workout ahead of time to really get the moves down.

P90X3 Total Synergistics Equipment

  • Water
  • Towel
  • Court Shoes
  • Mat
  • Dumbbells or Resistance Bands

P90X3 Total Synergistics Pros

Total body workout, I love it

P90X3 Total Synergistics Cons

3 hop press is hard in my workout situation, which is a low ceiling small basement. I make do, but I know when I get to that part I can’t fully get the most out of it.

P90X3 Total Synergistics Moves

Warmup

Jog – Jog in place

Jumping Jacks – Normal jacks

Twist and Pivot – Stepping inside the tape and outside of it, while you twist your torso. Keep your head forward.

Arm Circles – Egoscue Grip forward, then back.

Double Knee Pulls – It’s two pulls, pull knee, and pull knee again. Alternate knees.

Pigeon – Alternate pulling the ankle toward your chest, pull pull

Quad Pulls – Bring your foot behind and pull twice on your ankle toward your glutes, alternate sides.

End Warmup

Push-Up/Side Arm Balance – In a plank postion, bend your elbows, lowering your chest toward the floor. Extend both elbows, lift your right hand toward the ceiling and open your body toward the right. Place your hand on the floor and repeat.

Crescent Chair – With your feet and knees together in chair, extend one leg behind you in a lunge. Step your foot back into a chair position, and repeat on the opposite side.

Pull Knee Pull – Holding on to the Chin-Up Bar, with your palms facing away from you, bring your chest to the bar. At your highest point, pull your knees toward your chest, curling your torso in. Extend everything and repeat.

Flip Flop Crunch – In a forearm side plank, extend yout top arm out over your ear and pull your top arm to your top knee, in front of your torso. Extend back to straight and turn your body to the opposite side.

Crawly Plyo Push-Ups – In a low plank, with your torso hovering above the floor, bring your right knee and elbow together and explode off the ground, switching your knee and elbow in the air.

Releve-Plie – Ina wide stance, with your feet externally rotated and your heels off the ground, lowe your glutes down to knee level, pause, and then extend a few inches, never straightening your legs.

Chin-Up Circle Crunch – Holding the Chin-Up Bar with your palms toward you, perform a chin-up, then circle your knees up and around to the right. Extend your elbows and lower your body toward the ground.

Boat Plow – On your tailbone, extend your legs off the ground at 45 degrees. Rock back on to your shoulder blades and bring back your legs overhead into plow, with your hands on the ground under you. Rock back to boat.

Balance Arch Press – Begin balanced on one leg, holding a dumbbell at your right shoulder. Press the weight up and overhead, creating an arc from shoulder to shoulder. Switch legs after 10.

3 Hop Press – Begin in a squat position, holding a dumbbell at chest level. Perform 3 hop squats to the right, then extend both arms in an overhead press while preforming an outside knee lift.

Glamour Hammer – On one leg, with a dumbbell in each hand and palms facing one another, curl both dumbbells up toward your shoulders. Lower both weights, externally rotate both forearms, and repeat the hammer curl toward your shoulders.

Branon Boat – In a boat position, with both torso and legs at a 45-degree angle, begin to lower and lift your legs 4 times, while keeping your torso stationary. Next, keeping your legs stationary, lift and lower your torso 4 times.

Flying Warrior – Standing on oneleg, with a dumbbell in each hand, raise both dumbbells in front of your torso at shoulder level. Lower both weights and come into warrior 3, bringing the weights out to the side, until they are parallel to the floor.

Squat Rockers – In a deep squat, with the weight at chest level, begin to rock back ans forth between high heels and lifted toes. Keep your chest lifted and abs pulled in

Side Rise Punch – On your left side, with your right arm on the floor and your left arm holding a dumbbell, cross your arms over your torso. Extend your right arm, lifting your torso off the ground, and reach your left arm out from under and extend to punch parallel to yout shoulders.

Warrior Squat Moon – on your right leg, with your left leg extended behind you at hip height, reach your right fingertips to the floor and extend your left arm to the ceiling. Turn your torso toward the floor and reach to the front of the room.

Cooldown and Stretch