P90X3 Fit Test Update (Month 1 Results)

So my husband’s shoulder is feeling better, so we decided it was time to do the P90X3 fit test over again (technically after 5 weeks).  I wasn’t sure what to expect after 5 weeks, but was happy to see that we did in fact improve in all areas! Below you can see how we improved.  


I did 3 more pull-ups than I did in my original fit test and with less assistance (I decreased the pull-up assist support by 4 inches).  Not too shabby.

My husband didn’t see any improvement in this area, but again, his shoulder has been recently injured and we didn’t want him to push it and get re-injured.


Vertical Leap

In the vertical leap, I improved by 1 1/4 inches, and my husband improved by 1 inch.



I did 10 more push-ups and my husband did 7 more (again, we were cautious with his shouder).


Toe Touch/Flexibility Test

I increased by toe touch by 1 1/4 inches, while my husband increased by 2 inches.


Wall Squats

I lasted an additional 17 seconds, while my husband lasted an extra 7 seconds.


Bicep Curls

I did an extra 2 curls (although I think my original weight selection was badly judged) and my husband increased his by 1 (again I think we misjudged the weight choice).


In and Outs

I did an extra 10 reps, while my husband did an extra 17 reps.


Heart Rate Maximizer

We both improved in this area, although it’s a bit hard to explain how.  Both of our initial heart rates were not as high and they decreased much more rapidly over the span of time.


Definitely looking forward to our Day 9o results! What have your results been like? Comment below!

Please remember that I am not a doctor or a nutritionist or fitness expert.   All information I discuss on my blog is intended for inspiration and educational purposes and is not intended as a medical diagnosis or treatment. Before making any changes to your own health and fitness, I highly recommend speaking with your doctor.


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