About the Workouts
The ten disks in the "Supreme 90 Day" program cover a range of different targeted exercises including strength training, cardio, and full body workout. The program involves an hour of exercise a day six days a week, and requires dumbbells and a stability ball (not included) for some of the exercises. One nice thing about this program is the "Ultimate Ball" workout. The use of the exercise ball does add a different dimension to this "P90X" clone. The workouts are pretty good and have the potential for good results if you can stick to them.
The "Supreme 90 Day" program stands as an excellent routine for improving physical fitness. The exercises are sound, and the idea of a cheaper alternative to "P90X" sounds great. While this is similar to "P90X" the latter is a more complete program with more attention paid to nutrition. Another good point for Supreme 90 Day is that the DVDs themselves are less cheesy and obnoxious than many exercise videos which is always a plus. In the end I would say that "Supreme 90 Day" is an awesome value.
The "Supreme 90 Day" workout is divided into different workouts for each day that target different areas such as legs, chest and back, cardio, and core among others. The high points of this program are definitely the leg, cardio, and core workouts.
As far as results, the most impressive thing I've noticed has been strength and muscle definition in the legs. This is because the whole program is very big on squats and lunges; jump squats, pop squats, prisoner squats, squat to dumbbell press, lateral lunges, jump lunges, etc. "Supreme 90 Day" will make you really hate squats and lunges, but you will definitely see results from them. This part of the system is great for those looking to improve athletic performance because after a few weeks you will have greater "explosive strength" i.e. jumping higher, running faster.
Essentially what's great about this kind of workout is that it uses a good combination of plyometric and isometric exercises to build strength. The program includes some really excellent isometrics with the stability ball that work great on the abs and lower back, and the plyometric moves like jump squats are really great overall exercises. Pushing yourself is the only way to see improvement. "Supreme 90 day" will take you to your strongest and weakest points. It's important to push yourself but to not push yourself to injury or worse. This system provides an incredibly solid workout.