I had to wait until the second time I tried the workout before sharing because the first time, I was all out of sorts. IT IS REALLY DIFFICULT. And for whatever reason, even as I was doing the moves (the first and the second time), I kept thinking, "this isn't so hard." It's not very difficult the first two times but once you get to the 3rd and 4th round . . . YOU ARE BURNING ALL OVER. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6CnC42hEk0]
The PAP Workouts are very different from P90x and any of the other phases of P90x2. They are done in what is called "complexes." Each complex combines four different exercises done quickly and repeated four times. I was sweating by round 2 of the first complex and I was unable to complete the last round of the 2nd complex. IT'S THAT DIFFICULT.
The moves are all done in a specific order for a reason. They are meant to make you a better athlete. There is a lot of balancing and jumping in this dvd so you need to have good balance and stability. Today, I feel it mostly in my butt and my abs. There is a lot of core work. When I first saw the schedule for Phase 3, I was a little thrown off by the lack of Ab Ripper X in the routine but now I can feel why. You are doing abs every day you do PAP and Yoga. I was considering throwing Ab Ripper X in there but I don't think its necessary. Any P90xers add an ab routine to the phase?