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Today Only, Hugely Successful P90X Workout Available For Same Price As One Month At The Gym

Remember the 2012 presidential election? It seems so long ago. But if you try to wrack your brain for images from that period of American history, you may remember Mitt Romney’s running mate (and current Speaker of the House) Paul Ryan. When his selection was first announced, commentators made a big deal about Ryan’s admittedly quite impressive physique. It turned out that Ryan uses P90X, and if you’ve ever seen a picture of the Speaker in gym clothes (he did a TIME photoshoot, after all), you will see the results of P90X yourself.

One of the barriers of entry to Tony Horton’s workout program is its inordinate cost. Not all of us are Speaker of the House and can afford spending $100-plus on a series of DVDs.

At least today you don’t have to. The successor to P90X, called P90X2 is over 67 percent off today. Which means that somehow it costs just $46. That is basically the cost of one month’s gym membership for a workout you can use for the rest of your life.

Normally $140, P90X2 is 64 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $140, P90X2 is 67 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

P90X2 DVD Workout, Base Kit on sale for $45.99

Spring is coming up pretty soon, and this year spring will be followed by summer. In other words, it’s time to start thinking about your beach body. P90X2 offers the basic elements of the P90X, plus “12 new breakthrough workouts across 13 DVDs that include more emphasis on your core, athletic function, balance, and agility.”

I’m in. Hold on while I cancel my gym membership.

WATCH Tony Horton Explain The Difference Between P90X and P90X2:

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