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INSANITY: The ASYLUM Volume 1 - Sports Performance 30-day DVD Workout

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  • Look and feel like an elite athlete in just 30 days by increasing your speed, coordination, agility, and power
  • Shaun T will push you to Dig Deeper than ever with sports-specific training and drills inspired by pro athletes
  • Includes 6 athletic training DVDs, 2 bonus workouts, Speed Rope, Agility Ladder, Nutritional Plan, Calendar, and Playbook
  • Move like a football running back, serve aces like a tennis pro, and score points like an all-star guard
  • Free online support tools help you with round-the-clock access to fitness experts and peer support


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INSANITY: The ASYLUM Volume 1 - Sports Performance 30-day DVD Workout + INSANITY: The ASYLUM Volume 2 - Elite Training 30-day DVD Workout + Aylio 3 Loop Fitness Bands Stretch Exercise Set (Light, Medium, Heavy Resistance)
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Product Description

Product Description

INSANITY: THE ASYLUM gets you GAME DAY ready. Look and feel like an elite athlete in just 30 days. Former track-and-field star Shaun T will push you to Dig Deeper than ever with sports-specific training and drills inspired by pro athletes. Move like a football running back. Serve aces like a tennis pro. And score points like an all-star guard. Plus, work with the included Agility Ladder and Speed Rope. Get faster, stronger and more agile-so you can perform any sport or activity with eye-popping speed and skill. On game day, you'll have an unbeatable athletic edge.

From the Manufacturer

Look and feel like an elite athlete in just 30 days. Former track-and-field star Shaun T will push you to Dig Deeper than ever with sports-specific training and drills inspired by pro athletes. Move like a football running back, serve aces like a tennis pro, and score points like an all-star shooting guard. Plus, work with the included Agility Ladder and Speed Rope for even better results. Get faster, stronger, and more agile-so you can perform any sport or activity with eye-popping speed and skill. On game day, you'll have an unbeatable athletic edge.

What's In The Package?

6 athletic training DVDs including 2 bonus workouts, Speed Rope, Agility Ladder, Get Shredded Nutritional Plan, ASYLUM Workout Calendar, and Guide Playbook.

The Workouts

  1. Speed & Agility: Get quick on your feet-fast, with this intense cardio workout. (45 minutes)
  2. Vertical Plyo: Jump higher than ever with this lower-body training routine. (40 minutes)
  3. Relief: Stretch out to build long, lean muscle and increase your flexibility. (25 minutes)
  4. Strength: Increase your strength and power by cross-training with weights and resistance. (50 minutes)
  5. Game Day: Put your new sports skills to the test with this cross-training workout. (60 minutes)
  6. Back to Core: Build the rock-solid core, glutes, and hamstrings for the explosive power you'll need to play and dominate at an elite level. (45 minutes)
  7. BONUS-Sports Performance Assessment: Discover the improvements you've made in your fitness and skills with this performance measurement tool. (25 minutes)
  8. BONUS-Overtime: Add this monster to any ASYLUM workout to see if you've still got game. (15 minutes)

Helpful Tools

  • Agility Ladder
  • Speed Rope
  • Get Shredded Nutritional Plan
  • ASYLUM Workout Calendar
  • Guide Playbook

NOTE: INSANITY: The Asylum Volume 2 Pure Contact is available separately and can be purchased on Amazon.


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 2.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B004X7I7A6
  • Item model number: ASYDVD2122
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (123 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,063 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

I absolutely love the workouts.
Maggie
Asylum includes six workouts (Speed and Agility, Vertical Plyo, Relief, Strength, Game Day, and Back to Core) as well as Shaun T's nutrition plan.
Jonathan Bennett
I highly recommend this program for anyone who is looking to take their body and health to the next level.
Benjamin V Rosa

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

70 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Maggie on August 17, 2014
This is by far the best home fitness workout out there. I love p90 and p90x2 but the asylum is on another level completely. I am in pretty good shape and have been exercising consistently for 6 years but when I got this dvd set it was a like I just started working out again. New moves were introduced in this program that I haven't seen before and I sweat buckets every time. I absolutely love the workouts.

One word of warning here: DO NOT buy the Deluxe Version for 2x the price - INSANITY: The ASYLUM Deluxe Kit - 30-day DVD Workout

I ordered it because I wanted the equipment that came with it so thats what I got. However, I totally overpaid as I found out and returned them after one of the strength bands broke the first time I used it!

You are basically paying $100 EXTRA for 3 strength bands, one resistance band, and a pull up bar when you get the deluxe package. The bands are really cheaply made. The chin up bars look fine but it comes unassembled and luckily I didn't put it together before deciding to return everything.

So here is what I did to save a significant amount of cash. First I ordered the 30 day program through my sister-in-law who is a Beach Body Coach and gave me her discount which was 25%. Why I did not think of her before, I have no idea! But even without that discount I still saved literally $50 by just getting the extra equipment on amazon separately;

1. I ordered a set of 3 longer and thicker strength bands for 20 bucks. I'm half way through 30 days and these are working out perfectly fine.
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558 of 624 people found the following review helpful By Storylover TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 16, 2011
Insanity: The Asylum is the "sequel" to Insanity, and it pushes you hard, further, deeper in ways that the original Insanity workout wasn't meant to do. I'm going to discuss what to expect in this DVD series, then tell you a little about my results. To give you some perspective, I'm almost 40, and only 2.5 months ago, weighed more than I ever had before (222 pounds). I'm pretty short, so I looked like a man-dumpling. I did insanity (all 63 days, never missed a workout), lost 22 pounds, and then was looking for the next thing to help me keep losing. Fortune struck, and this set came out at just the right time. I segued directly into this series. Here's the story.

The DVD set iself comes with six DVD's, which includes I think 8 videos (the Fit Test, Speed and Agility, Strength, Vertical Plyo, Back to Core, Game Day, Overtime, and Relief). It also comes with a nifty wall calendar which I gleefully mark off each day (it tells you what to do each day). It also has schedules for how to combine it with Insanity and how to combine it with p90X for those who have completely lost their marbles and wish to push themselves to olympic like levels. It comes with a "speed rope"--really, just a jump rope, an "agility ladder"--a ladder like contraption made of sturdy plastic rungs and nylon cords. More on it later. My set came with two elastic resistance bands (a red, heavy duty one for legs, and a green, still strong but not quite as resistant one for arms and back). I'm not sure if they all come with these bands, I've heard some folks didn't get them, so check out the package contents carefully when you buy. It's not like you couldn't get a couple of resistance bands for a few bucks, however, so this shouldn't dissuade you from anything.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Azeem on November 25, 2014
Having done Insanity for a long time I was getting bored and not training as hard as I could. Just did the first day of Asylum and it is definitely a step up. I'm not good at skipping so found that it was better to do without the skipping rope. Looking forward to the next workout. Also am happy that you seem to go straight into the workout. No 25 minutes of warming up and cooling down.
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I loved Asylum those first few weeks: these were truly challenging workouts that integrated cardio, strength, core, and flexibility. But as the novelty work off, I realized that while a multidimensional workout held a certain appeal, routines that focused on only one or two elements seemed more effective. Insanity’s cardio was more intense, P90X and my free weight routines worked my muscles more, and Yoga and Pilates better stretched and strengthened my body. Eventually, Asylum ended up being an occasional workout that I used as a change of pace, and then it was only to use two or at most three of the six disks. That’s not a good value for the money.

Asylum is still a great total body workout for those who like combining strength with cardio. It just wasn’t the right workout for me.
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I just finished day 27 of the 30 day schedule and I've got to say this is a great workout set. My only complaint is that I don't have a pullup bar. lol Great job to the Insanity/Asylum workout team and kudos to Shaun T.!
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Not as good as the original Insanity workout. The original is still the best. If you ever try the original Insanity workout, you will find yourself modifying all other workout routines with Shawn T's moves.
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