P90X3 Mass Workout Schedule
The P90X3 Mass Workout Schedule is perfect for those that want to get big and bulk up, or for those that want to focus this cycle on building muscle mass while not spending as much time on Cardio within the P90X3 series. This doesn’t mean that you won’t do cardio outside of the workouts,, but it’s going to have less cardio than the P90X3 Classic Workout Schedule. I tend to do my P90X3 Mass Workout Schedule in the morning when I’m not really ready for Cardio, and will do a lunchtime workout at the gym, or a post work cardio session a few days a week. This way I can really focus on building muscle, which I prefer.
P90X3 Mass Workout Schedule Overview
Now for those new to working out, when I talk about getting big, or building size, this is not building fat. This is adding muscle which many studies show helps burn more calories. For my body the more cardio I do, I don’t see much in the way of results, but when I do more muscle building I really see a body transformation. My wife also experienced the same thing with P90X3, before we both did Insanity and had a blast. Our cardio improved a lot, we were sweaty messes after each workout, and really Shaun T kicked out butts, but I didn’t really see much of a change in my body. I felt amazing, and it might be that I was in decent shape before. Now I did lose a few pounds, and my pants were a little looser, but I didn’t feel transformed.
When my wife and I started doing P90X3, and included all of the weights and pullup bar workouts, we really noticed a difference. Now granted my shirts started getting a little tighter around the shoulder, which I loved, but my body didn’t grow or shrink, rather I got firmer, and tighter, and my wife noticed her arms getting more defined from all the pushups, pullups and weights.
Why do the P90X3 Mass Workout Schedule?
Adding more weights to your workouts will produce great results, so the Mass schedule might be perfect for you if you’ve already done P90X3 and want to shake it up a bit. This schedule might be best for those athletes that already have a cardio routine they like and want to focus on weights. Or like me you might not be ready for a lot of cardio, and just like to focus on building muscles. If so then this is the right schedule for you.