However, there are still short cooldowns after the 25-minute main workout; some of them are recycled from Alpha and Beta rounds.
This raised my blood pressure and heart rate for a good while after the workout.
There's no modifier for this one, by the way, though there's a modifier for the other workouts in Gamma.
I do have to do some of these moves more slowly than the demonstrations in order to maintain proper form and to be safe.
Gamma is focused on strength and I think the reason I don't love it as much as P90X3 (which I have completed two rounds of) is the speed of the program.
The strength workouts are fast -- there's not enough time between exercises to switch weights or write anything down, and if you are using bands, you spend half the time for some exercises just getting set up, so you miss a lot of workout time. There's also not a lot of guidance given about what size of dumbbells to use so you may have to experiment a lot to figure out what will challenge you.
Gamma is different from Alpha and Beta in that there are only five workouts per week plus the stretch (same stretch DVD as with Alpha and Beta).
There's no stacked-workout day once per week like there was with the previous two cycles.
I bought the whole Focus T25 package that included the Gamma cycle DVDs.
I like the Gamma workouts but am not as thrilled with them as I was with Alpha and Beta rounds.