Saturday, 20 February 2010

On One Leg - Tony Horton One on One Volume 2 Disk 7

Tony Horton
One on One
Volume 2 Disk 7

On One Leg


I have heard a lot of negative feedback on this workout. And after doing it I was a little surprised. I found it a very good workout and really challenging. I have a weak ankle from an injury about a
decade back, and have small feet to begin with. Doing this workout pushed my balance and core stability to the limit. I found a good weight range about 1/3 to ½ my normal weight and just tried to do my best, as Tony always says.

Military press

Scissor Curls
Warrior Kickbacks
Swimmer Chain
Tree 21's
Bridge Extensions (Skull Crushers)
Spike Pike
Chair Extensions

You do three exercises on one leg then repeat on the other side, then three more and then the final two. Next is the bonus round.
Bonus Round:
Military tree
Extended Leg 21's
Warrior Kickbacks
Switch Leg Pikes

This is a good workout that has some great variety and works very different muscles. I don't see myself doing this every week, but will put it in every 4th week during my recovery week at the end of each phase. It is worth giving it a try even if just to change things up from time to time.
Equipment Needed:
To find out more about this series or other workouts in the collection follow the links below. I have created a random workout generator that uses 1 on 1's and P90X if your interested.
Volume 1, Disk 1: Plyo Legs
Volume 1, Disk 2: Power 90® Road Warrior
Volume 1, Disk 3: Killer Abs

Volume 1, Disk 4: Just Arms
Volume 1, Disk 5: 30-15: The Upper-Body Massacre
Volume 1, Disk 6: Fountain of Youth
Volume 1, Disk 7: Super Cardio

Volume 1, Disk 8: Mammoth UML
Volume 1, Disk 9: Bun Shaper
Volume 1, Disk 10: Medicine Ball Core Cardio
Volume 1, Disk 11: Recovery 4 Results

Volume 1, Disk 12: Diamond Delts
Volume 1, Bonus Disk - Holiday Workout
Volume 2, Bonus Disk - Pay It Forward
Volume 2, Disk 1: Cardio Intervals
Volume 2, Disk 2: Core Ball Sandwich
Volume 2, Disk 3: Patience "Hummingbird"
Volume 2, Disk 4: 10-Minute Crusher Pack

Volume 2, Disk 5: Butt and Belly (I Dare You)
Volume 2, Disk 6: Back and BellyVolume 2, Disk 7: On One Leg
Volume 2, Disk 8: Iso Abs
Volume 2, Disk 9: Cardio Confusion - Mason's Choice
Volume 2, Disk 10: 100/30/20
Volume 2, Disk 11: On One Leg 4 legs
Volume 2, Disk 12: Upper Body Balance

Volume 3, Disk 1: Chest, Back & Balls
Volume 3, Disk 2: ARX2 (Ab-Ripper X 2)
Volume 3, Disk 3: Shoulders and Arms MC2
Volume 3, Disk 4: Base and Back
Volume 3, Disk 5: MC2
Volume 3, Disk 6: Plyocide
Volume 3, Disk 7: Stretch And Recovery
Volume 3, Disk 8: V Sculpt
Volume 3, Disk 9: Core Synergistics MC2
Volume 3, Disk 10: UBX
Volume 3, Disk 11: PAP
Volume 3, Disk 12: Total Body X

(Disclaimer: I am asked frequently if I am a Beachbody Coach, no I am not, I am just some one who has used their products, P90X, 1on1 with Tony Horton and more and liked them and achieved good results. I am not paid by Beachbody or any of their affiliates. You can see my full disclaimer here.)


Anonymous said...

Hey, do you still get a good arm workout in this one, like in "just arms", or would you say its degraded since you focus more on the standing-on-one-leg thing?

SRMcEvoy said...

You get an arm workout but no where near as much as just arms. Much more core and legs. I found it was best at working my calves, ankles and balance. I dropped most weights by about 20-25% for these ones. But I have only done it 3 times now also.