Unless you have been living under a rock and haven't watched television in the past 7 years you have undoubtedly seen a P90X infomercial. I ordered it several years ago and have completed the program 2 or 3 times. I've started and stopped it a few times too. So, if you are wondering what to expect here is an honest critique.
The program is a beast. There are really no "off days". If you want a serious challenge this program will do it. Yea, I know all of the Crossfitters hate P90X - to each his own. If you are don't feel like driving to the gym and having men or women gawk at you, don't want to contract ring worm, and don't want to wait for weights or have to wipe someone else's sweat off a bench P90X is a great option.
The pullup is one of the best exercises ---EVER. You will have ample time to complete pullups and you will become much stronger over the 12 week program. Pullups aren't easy but with practice and recovery you will probably double or triple your pullup results.
Yoga. I've never had formal yoga lessons and its quite possible that the yoga in P90X is a watered down or hybrid version (I really don't know) but the introduction was great. It definitely is a struggle (curse you twisting half moon!) but it turned out to be one of my favorite days.
This is going to sound nit-picky but I absolutely hate the storage box. Sometimes it is tough to slide the DVD's in and I think they will get scratched. The container for Insanity is superior.
The yoga video is WAY TOO LONG. Not sure who has 90+ minutes to "waste" but it definitely could have been pared down to less than an hour. The supplemental video sent when its ordered through a BB Coach isn't that good, either.
Tony, the host has a wacky sense of humor. Sometimes he talks too much and tries too hard.
All of the videos are too long. Find a way to get them to between 45-50 minutes all of the time. Most of the time it's the host talking and simply wasting time. I want to get in and out not stand around listening to someone talk.
Watching me do wall squats or attempting a "Dreya Roll".
All in all. It's a very good program - highly recommended! The price is fair and the content is good -- just too long.