P90X2
February 28, 2012 posted by

P90X2 A Slam Dunk!

Congratulations to P3 athlete Jeremy Evans who won the NBA slam dunk competition on All Star Weekend. In this video of Evans training at P3 you’ll see him doing a lot of the same movements we do in P90X2, including the exact same PAP movements (step-up convicts to split squats).

He began training at P3 immediately after being drafted, where Dr. Marcus Elliott and his staff have turned him into a dunking machine. Over 60% of his baskets have come via dunk, not counting this one:

When people use their athleticism to punch their meal ticket this is the kind of training they do. And it’s no coincidence Jeremy’s doing what’s more or less an X2 workout, since Elliott and P3 were integral in its design. If you want to improve your hops, or any aspect of your athleticism, P90X2’s a slam dunk.

This clip shows Evans’ winning dunks, with a guest appearance from fellow P3 athlete Gordon Hayward. Incidentally, after Blake Griffin won last year’s contest jumping over a car Evans went out and did it “just to see if I could.” He one-ups him this year by jumping over a seated Hayward, catching and dunking two balls in the process. Insane. Then he jumps over someone standing fully erect. Wow.

9 Comments

  • skills.

  • Pure awesomeness

  • jesus. he can move his feet faster than me. also jump higher.

  • Higher? He could jump over you jumping your highest.

  • Higher? He could jump over you jumping your highest.

  • Totally want to know what his nutrition is like. That's pretty dramatic performance.

  • I wonder what his math skills are? Or if he will be vital to society moving peacefully forward?

  • woah! I havent seen the competition and this is the only year I missed on it. The dunk looks awesome!!!!!

  • the PAP portion of X2 is outstanding. i love the routines so much. PAP lower gives a really unique burn from the ankles midway to calves on a lot of those fast twitch moves. just total lower body performance. it added a lot of quickness for me, but most of all the routine is not boring.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


* Copy This Password *

* Type Or Paste Password Here *