The original P90X2 schedule is made up of 3 phases all which lead up to the PAP workouts. As anyone who is into P90X knows by now PAP stands for Post-Activation Potentiation. This way of training maximizes muscle growth and increases your strength. I was not 100% of what this was like going into it, I had done the One on One PAP workout and got the idea that you first do a weighted move, then a plyo move and finally a stretching move.
The workout starts with a slightly different warmup:
Heel Walk: Just walking around on your heels.
Feet Snackers: Swinging your legs and smacking your toes on the floor.
The Worlds Greatest Stretch
Fire Hydrant: On all fours lift one leg up and slowly circle it around in both directions.
Speed Slalom: Feet together jumping from side to side.
Speed Front/Back Hops: Hopping front and back quickly.
Lateral Plyo Skater: Speed Skater with a bigger hop.
The workout consists of two rounds. Each round consists of 4 moves done 4 times.
Round 1 (Repeat 4 Times):
Round 2 (Repeat 4 Times):
This is a great workout it really works areas that you might not know you needed to work on. I found the Squat Cross Reach move can be very tricky. You have to remember to bring your back leg in while your still in the squat if you don't you'll be fumbling all over the place. This workout is one that you need to push yourself on, if you don't your not going to get anything out of it. The only real modification that I needed to do was on the Step-Up Convent because I don't have a stool so I did the modified double lounge version. After this workout I did do X2 Chest, Shoulders and Tris and found that my legs were fried. I had some real trouble balencing while doing the presses (no stool). Which goes to show how much PAP Lower works your legs. Again if you push yourself to jump high/far and put your all into this workout it will be an awesome workout!