The Pro-Grade Chin-up Bar for P90X is the second door frame pull up bar I have purchased, and I can say that paying the extra money is worth it for the fact that this bar will not break or warp like some of the cheaper options you can find online. My first one cost around $25-$30 and had cheap foam grips and a simpler design than the P90X pull up bar (the one made by Beachbody). The grips on my first pull up bar tore off after a few weeks, and the crossbar began to bend, which pretty much meant the end of that pull up bar.
There are as many opinions on which are the best shoes for P90X3 as there are movements in the program itself. It’s tough to find the perfect shoe because of the variety of workouts you’ll do in P90X3, and the truth is that some pairs are better for Agility X and others are best for Accelerator. The best thing to do is find a versatile shoe that works across the board for all workouts. Luckily for you, we evaluated Crossfit shoes, running shoes, tennis shoes, and cross training shoes and have come up with a definitive list of the best shoes for P90X3.