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How many calories does Power 90 burn?

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Power 90 is a high-intensity interval training regimen that consists of dozens of individual workouts. The number of calories burned while executing this training regimen depends on the type of individual workout, the duration of the workout, and your body weight, according to P90X Calories.

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The Power 90 Sculpt Workout burns 362 calories, according to the Fit Corner Network. The Cardio 1-2 and Ab Rippers 100 workouts burn 474 calories, and the Cardio 3-4 and Ab Ripper 200 workouts burn 945 calories. A more advanced version of Power 90, called P90X, was developed to be even more efficient than Power 90 at burning calories.

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