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INSANITY Base Kit - DVD Workout
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- Complete set includes a nutrition guide, calender to track your progress, and 10 intense DVDs for a great workout
- Your personal trainer Shaun T will push you past your limits with 10 workout DVDs packed with plyometric drills
- Each workout keeps you constantly challenged as you alternate between aerobic and anaerobic intervals performed at your max
- Perform long bursts of maximum-intensity exercises with short periods of rest
- Free online support tools help you stay motivated with round-the-clock access to fitness experts and peer support
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Shaun T's Insanity workout is the best of its kind. No other workout can get you these types of results in just 60 days. Guaranteed! Shaun T's Max Interval Training techniques are a step ahead of every other fitness program ever designed. You get you a lean, muscular body in a short amount of time.
The Insanity Workout is a difficult workout, but the results are phenomenal. Complete set includes a nutrition guide, calender to track your progress, and 10 intense DVDs. No exercise equipment is necessary, all you need is a little space and a big heart.
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Your personal trainer, Shaun T, will push you past your limits with 10 DVDs packed with cardio and plyometric drills with intervals of strength, power, resistance, and core training. No equipment or weights are needed, and you don't have to be in extreme shape to do it. As long as you're ready to dig deep, Shaun T will help you get insane results in just 60 days.
What's in the Package?
Ten Insane Workouts
- Dig Deeper & Fit Test: To start, Shaun will put your body to the test and see what you're made of. (30 minutes)
- Plyometric Cardio Circuit: Burn fat with intervals of intense lower-body plyometrics and sweat-inducing cardio. (40 minutes)
- Cardio Power & Resistance: Build lean muscle and upper-body definition with strength-training and power moves. (40 minutes)
- Cardio Recovery & Max Recovery: Shaun goes easier on you once a week so you’ll be ready for the next round. (80 minutes)
- Pure Cardio & Abs: Nonstop, extreme cardio workout. (40 minutes)
- Cardio Abs: Do explosive intervals of cardio and core moves for rock-hard abs. (20 minutes)
- Core Cardio & Balance: This workout lets you take a break after month 1 and gear up for month 2. (40 minutes)
- Max Interval Circuit: With MAX Interval Training, this circuit is more intense than anything you've ever done before. (60 minutes)
- Max Interval Plyo: Push your legs ‘til they beg for mercy with power and plyometrics, all at your MAX. (55 minutes)
- Max Cardio Conditioning & Abs: Get pushed to your limit with this extreme cardio workout. (50 minutes)
Four Helpful Tools
- Elite Nutrition Plan: A meal plan specifically designed to fuel your body for these intense workouts.
- Fitness Guide: It's short and to the point, with just the information you need.
- Insanity Calendar: Allows you to track your progress through month 1 and month 2, set workout goals, and stay motivated the whole time. Plus, the Fit Test Tracker tracks your results as you transform your body.
- Free Online Support Tools: Stay inspired with round-the-clock access to fitness experts and peer support.
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I can't even begin to keep up with this video, but that is ok. I keep my heart rate up, I have a great time, and I try to get a little better every day. I'm not done with the program yet, I hope I have the stamina to keep it up, but for now, this is fantastic.
The DVD's themselves are good, the music is fine, the instructor is incredible and never demeaning. I feel like he is speaking directly to me and he is very encouraging. I am also encouraged when the folks exercising with him can't keep up, because I know that if these very in shape people can't do it, then I am in good company. The rest of the package is fine. I'm on weight watchers, so I'm not using their eating plan. I'm not changing diets midstream. Anyway, the workout calendar is nice, I keep it up to date and it is a good motivational tool for me. The DVD case is compact and sturdy. It's a little pricey, but I think that it is worth it so far. It is giving me back my self respect.
I've done the program now for 21 days. I have gone down 2 pant sizes, lost 11 pounds, am losing my love handles, have had to take my belt in 2 notches (almost 3!) and am getting my neck back! The workouts are very active. They are very intense, and the more I do them, the more intense they can get. When I first started, I could not do the exercises with anything approaching good form. 3 weeks on, my form has improved, but now the workouts are tougher because I'm pushing myself harder to complete them. Shaun T. is inspirational,and I have a love hate relationship with him on the DVDs! I yell at the screen as I exercise. Get yourself a good pair of shoes, it made a huge difference to me, and make sure you do all the warm ups. If you are chunky like me when you start, don't be discouraged, just keep at it, do your best, and so far the results have made me a believer. It has been a very hard 3 weeks, but I love the way I feel, I'm happy to be in clothes I thought I would never wear again, and my wife and co-workers all notice the difference. This set has made a big difference in my attitude towards exercise, and I think I'm going to do P90x when Insanity is done!
Day 31 of insanity here, down 14.1 pounds, ran 5k yesterday, pushing harder. The workouts don't get easier, but there is a huge sense of accomplishment every day as I fill in the workout calendar. Someone told me today that I look thinner, and I was very excited. I'm still thick, don't get me wrong, but I'm getting there. Insanity has made me excited to get physical.
5 weeks of insanity done, 17 pounds down, preparing for a 4.5 mile run this weekend, really nervous about starting week 6--it supposedly gets even insaner (?). My wife has joined me for some of the workouts and my kids are now doing it with me (as much as they are able, and they have a great time!)--the whole family has gotten into it. Can't say enough about how good I feel--it is a crime to feel this good, I swear.
I must admit that I look forward to these little updates, as I use them for encouragement. Anyway, day 45 of insanity is today. From a discipline standpoint, this is a daily decision--these workouts are hard. I feel great, but every day, I look in the mirror and think a)this is great and b)long way to go. On the up side, my belt is too big, have to use it on its tightest setting. I'm down 18.5 pounds since I began. I can see my neck--and it is not just a solid column of blubber. I have abs popping out (!) (although they are still buried under some belly fat--let's face it, I started this waaaay overweight). My wife has now joined the culture of fitness in our family, and is working out regularly. The second month of insanity, which starts 6 weeks in, is significantly more insane than the first month (which I didn't think was humanly possible). Shaun T goes completely nuts, and the workouts are tougher, more intense, longer, and still lots of fun. I could never have dreamed 45 days ago of keeping up this level of activity. Back on day 1, the first warm up blew me away and I wanted to lay down and cry. Now, the warm up still kicks my rear end, but I know it is because I am trying HARDER working STRONGER doing Better. My flexibility is so much increased! I walk around and I feel stronger in everything that I do. Listen folks, this is a great program. If you have the determination, it will change you, mentally, physically, cardiovascularly. It is so hard, but soooooo good.
Today is day 59 of Insanity. Wow. I can't believe I have almost made it through the first round. I weighed myself today, and I am down 21.8 pounds. My old pants are falling off me--literally. I put them on yesterday just to walk around the house because they were in the top of the "clean" pile, and they fell right off. I had to change clothes! I'm using a smaller belt I never thought I would use again. My size 36 jeans are now my jeans of choice (down from busting out of size 40's to the point that I wouldn't even wear jeans because they were not comfortable). I'm planning on doing Insanity: The Asylum when this round is done, which will turn the Insanity journey into a 90 day (actually, 93) day trip. Then, on to p90x!
This will likely be my final update. I finished Insanity 2 days ago. Wow. Wow. It was a bear. The last week was so intense, I struggled just to keep up (two Max Plyo workouts? Two Max Interval workouts? And Cardio Abs twice??). I'm 22+ pounds down, happy as a clam, sore as can be, and chomping at the bit to keep going. I did my final fit test, and more than doubled many of my exercises--I would NEVER have believed it possible. I was still sucking wind by the end of the fit test, because I was pushing as hard as I could to better my last scores. I started the sequel to this video set (Insanity: The Asylum) yesterday, and it is equally intense, but different. I'll probably review it as well when I have done more of the workouts. Anyway, I could never have survived even 5 minutes of the Asylum if I hadn't done Insanity first.
In the end, this set worked for me because I needed someone to push me. Or I thought I did--I really ended up pushing myself, but the videos gave me the structure and the tools to get it done. I promised myself I would do it every day, even if I had to workout at midnight. It was just me, a pair of shoes, and my DVD player, kicking some butt. Some reservations here--it is not easy on your joints. I'm 40, and overweight. Some exercises were just too hard on my knees, and I modified them. I kept my heart rate up. Shaun always says "exercise at your own level", but what I told myself was "exercise just a little past your level". So I did, and it worked for me. Take their warnings seriously--don't do this if you aren't willing to push, and if you have health concerns, then for heaven's sake, choose something else. But if you are willing to get your goose cooked on a daily basis and come back and ask for seconds (!), then this is a great choice. Cheers to everyone in the Insane Posse of Fitness Gazelles, and I hope that these updates have helped. Be smart, work hard, and whatever method you are using to lose weight, Insanity or something else, keep it up. I'll be doing the same!
I know that I said that the last update would be my last update. But I wanted to give a status report 1 year on--I'm now just shy of 50 lbs down since I began one year ago. I did the following things--I did Insanity x 1 round, Insanity Asylum x 1 round, P90x+Insanity hybrid x 1 round (P90x + insanity cardio), P90x straight up x 1 round, and I'm now in the midst of a p90x2 + Insanity hybrid with 3 weeks to go before completion. I also run 1-2x per week for 45min to 60 min on the elliptical because I enjoy it. I do insanity with a 20 lb weight vest on now sometimes, and I run on the elliptical with a weight vest. I have gone from being able to do 1 (count it, 1!) pull up to 10 sets of 8 pullups. They aren't the prettiest pull ups around, but I get up, all on my own. I can do push ups until the cows come home. I'm still about 20 lbs overweight from what I'd like to be, but I'm not complaining. At 50 lbs in a year, you can see that weight has been slow but steadily coming off. No loose skin, lots and lots of muscle coming on. I'm still a big dude--but I now RUN up and down the stairs at work. And I'm out of breath--but I love it. I'm not yet back in my wedding suit, but I've pulled out clothes I haven't worn in YEARS. Yesterday, I had to take off a sweater because it swallowed me whole. Then I put on another sweater--and it was too big also.
All of this is to say that I haven't done anything that crazy, not really. About an hour a day, sometimes more because I really enjoy it now, sometimes less when I'm tired. I do it 6 days a week when I'm on insanity only, 5 days now on p90x2 because that is the program. I still do weight watchers, and it has changed my relationship with food. I still love to eat (believe me!) but now I eat to enjoy and not to make myself stuffed. I still have a burger and a beer on Friday nights and I don't worry about it. I eat a lot of healthy things, and have discovered that I enjoy them. That's a shock.
I'm just a dude. I have a job, I work 60+ hours a week. I have 3 kids. I have a wife. I have pets. I have a yard. But I decided that no amount of pain during exercise was as painful as not being able to wrestle with my boys. No amount of pain in a workout is as bad as sitting on a couch and feeling gross in my own skin. So I got going. I have to keep struggling every day--some days I just want to sit down and not get up--but then I think of how things were only a year ago, and I think that, yea, I can get off my duff and exercise. The insanity/p90x programs work for me because I respond to structure (I need someone telling me what to do!) and I can't afford a trainer. Shaun and Tony are my trainers now.
You can do it. You really can. I've been super careful--done all the stretches, listened to my body, MODIFY MODIFY MODIFY when I knew that the movements weren't possible for me, and I've by and large avoided major injury. Lots of sore muscles. Shin splints. A few things like that. But just use your good sense--protect your body, give it all your love, and it will love you for it.
You can do it. I'm still doing it. See you 20 lbs down, ok?
Just a quick update, now 16 months after I bought insanity. I'm down another 5 lbs (every pound seems to get harder!) but I have really noticed improvements in my muscles as well. Anyway, the reason for the update is just some personal goals are starting to happen that I never thought I could do. I ran a 5k in honor of a friend who died of cancer. My entire family ran it--my wife, my 3 kids, and I all crossed the finish line. My 5, 6, and 8 year olds were so proud of themselves and I was about to burst with pride. Afterwards, I felt so good that I signed up for a 10k; I ran it last weekend and had my best run ever. I decided to start training for a half marathon, and I am using Insanity/p90x as my cross training days. I've always wanted to run, to be a runner, but I never had the courage. I was afraid that it was going to hurt. That I couldn't do it. But after insanity, I figured that workout aches and pains were just the feeling of my body getting stronger, right? So Here I go! Oh, and I got a bike. Don't look now, but I need to take a swim class...
So remember that half marathon I was training for? I injured myself by running too much too fast (like a big dork). So I had to lay off exercising completely for a couple of months--I went bananas. Then I used Insanity, Insanity Asylum 2, and Body Beast to get back to exercising (wow, it was painful starting all over, and Shaun, Asylum 2 is nuts), but now I'm 3 weeks away from my first Half Marathon!! I'm running for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (Team in Training, if that means anything to you). It has been crazy, training (the right way, this time) and I know I could never have done it if Ididn't take a chance to get off my couch. I still fear--I've got to run 10 miles this weekend (wow!) as my training run....if I can do it, anyone can. Don't be afraid, folks, just follow your heart, get off that couch, and get moving.
The comments that all of you have posted about my review have moved me to tears over and over again. I just want you all to know that they have carried me through some rough patches when I didn't know if I would ever exercise again...so thank you. Your kind words mean a ton. Love to all, and DIG DEEPER!!
I'm still here, doing my best. My first marathon is in the bag. I can't believe that I'm a marathoner, but I am. Thanks Shawn T. And to ally friends who encouraged me in this craziness. Love to all.
I really feel that insanity changed my fitness forever. My cardio, strength, and endurance have all been better after insanity. I bounce back faster and easier when I’ve gone weeks without exercise.
I know that if I do an insanity workout, it will be worth my while. It’s always challenging, never boring, and I always feel accomplished afterwards.
I have never done the entire program again by the calander. I’m glad I did it the first time, but it gets boring doing the same thing everyday. However, I enjoy it so much that I still incorporate it twice a week, with running and other workouts on the other days.
I highly recommend getting up early and working out first thing in the morning. You’ll spend the rest of your day feeling awesome, because if nothing else, you’ve done an intense insanity workout!! You’ll already have it over with and no excuses at the end of the day.
Insanity is fun, and it works!!!!!!! I highly recommend it.
So now I'm at "Day 1" of Insanity.
Rather than vague statements, I'm going to post fit test results. Each exercise is 1 minute in duration, and you try to do as many reps as possible. The quality of the program, and my effort, can then be evaluated in terms of progress in the fit tests over the duration. You can probably find video footage of what these different exercises look like somewhere on the internet.
Switch Kicks (2 kicks = 1 rep): 40
Power Jacks: 30
Power Knees: 55
Power Jumps: 20
Globe Jiumps (4 jumps = 1 rep): 5
Suicide Jumps: 7
Push-Up Jacks: 10
Low Plank Oblique: 14
You'll notice my reps really drop off. That's because I physically had to stop. In 2 weeks, I'll be back with an update of how the next Fit Test looks like.
Oh, and in case you're wondering, these are MUCH lower than the reps of the people featured in the video.
******UPDATE: July 30, 2013******
Okay, so as a bit of additional background, it occured to me that I have never actually RUN a mile in my life - I have run portions and walked portions, but actually running without stopping for a mile has never been something I was able to pull off, even when I was skinny. Cardio is not my cup of tea, but maybe this will change....
Speaking of cardio, the Pure Cardio was my least favorite of the exercise disks. Not because there's anything wrong with it, but because it's the one where I have to take the most unscripted breaks. Better (or worse) still is that after doing it a few times, you get to add Cardio Abs to the mix.
Now, let's talk results. I have noticed that I can take my belt in a notch tighter, my posture while walking is better, and that I feel better on the days that I worked out than on my rest days.
You'll notice I said Pure Cardio WAS my least favorite disk -- that's because I forgot how tiring the fit test was. So yeah, Fit Test = least favorite, BUT... when you start looking at results, it takes away some of the agnony. Without further ado, here are my results:
Switch Kicks: 1st test = 40, 2nd test = 49 -- given that 2 kicks = 1 rep, that means I've squeezed 18 more kicks in.
Power Jacks: 1st test = 30, 2nd test = 35 -- okay, so good improvement here as well, but I still have a ways to go before I can match the STARTING levels of the folks in the video.
Power Knees: 1st test = 55, 2nd test = 66 -- starting to notice that I'm about 20% better in each test. For 2 weeks worth of workout, I'll gladly take that.
Power Jumps: 1st test = 20, 2nd test = 21 -- Hmmm, what happened here? I'll tell you what happened, it's the fact that I've never been fit from a cardio perspective in my entire life. It doesn't help that this test requires jumping and coordination, two things that I also could improve on. Still, 1 extra rep is a 5% increase, but we'll see if we can get more improvement next time.
Globe Jumps: 1st test = 5, 2nd test = 6 -- Seeing the same sort of impact as before, BUT you'll note that an extra rep (really 4 extra jumps) is still a 20% increase. I was exhausted the first time at this point, and I was exhausted again. Next fit test, I'm hoping to see an improvement on the amount of improvement.
Push-up Jacks: 1st test = 10, 2nd test = 12 -- there's that 20% increase again, with both tests reflecting the fact that I'm running on what little reserves I have left by this point.
Low Plank Oblique: 1st test = 14, 2nd test = 28 -- WHOA! Double? I didn't get a second wind so much as I've gotten stronger over the past 2 weeks. As I recall last time, my issue was holding myself in the plank position -- I just didn't have the strength to do it. This time, I was able to hold it longer, so I could crank out more reps.
So there you have it from a fit test perspective. Improvement across the board, but the goal is going to be to have my energy last for more exercises.
Still enjoying the videos, despite my comments above, and am 100% glad I purchased them.
******UPDATE: August 13, 2013******
Starting "recovery week" today. I put recovery week in quotes, because if you were expecting to have a break, you are in for a rude awakening! Sure, the workout isn't quite as intense as the other ones, BUT you'll still find something to be challenged by. If the word "burners" is featured in the name of the exercise, you'll find that it lives up to the billing.
That being said, I'm glad recovery week came when it did -- managed to strain a muscle in my abs during the last week of the 1st month. Had to take it a bit easy on plank & pushup related exercises for a few days. Ibuprofen & ice have helped, as well as doing "the cobra" stretch when the muscle is really warmed up. Thankfully, I was dealing with a mild strain, but it just serves as a reminder to be careful with any sort of exercise.
From everything I've read, month 2 is absolutely insane...pardon the pun. A week from today, I'll be doing my first MAX workout, and that's AFTER you do the fit test -- that'll be 1.5 hours of No Fun Whatsoever.
I also picked up a heart rate monitor. Might not be a bad idea if you're serious about doing insanity. From what I gather, when you use the heart rate approach that has 5 zone, you want to be in zones 3 & 4 during your workout, and recovering down to the low end of zone 2.
That's all for now -- recovery week has me doing the same exercises all week, so I will probably check in after I've gotten a few days under my belt in Month 2.
******UPDATE: August 21, 2013******
Just did Day 37 today, and the dreaded Day 36 was yesterday.
Day 36 is the worst day of the entire program: a fit test, followed by your first MAX workout. That's right, we're talking almost 1.5 hours of grueling exercise. If you can do the fit test and the workout without being totally drained, you're either incredibly fit or you're not "digging deep".
A couple of purchases recently have helped with Insanity -- a heart rate monitor and some of the 90X recovery formula.
My heart rate monitor is a Polar FT-7. It's not a bad one, but you need to buy a device to sync it to their website -- annoying, and I would probably buy a different one next time if it weren't for the fact that I already own the device.
The 90X recovery formula tastes like a nasty generic version of a Creamsicle. I'm a picky eater, and I can drink it, although the smell is horrible. Still, as fitness beverages go, it's not bad at all...just remember that you're drinking a functional beverage and not something intended for your enjoyment. Oh, and whatever you do: DO NOT PREMIX THE RECOVERY FORMULA AND STORE IT IN THE FRIDGE UNTIL THE NEXT DAY. Chilling it somehow makes it taste worse.
Onto the results for my 3rd fit test (format = 1st / 2nd / 3rd):
Switch Kicks: 40 / 49 / 56 - decent improvement here, and I was suprised at how good I still felt when I hit the number that I had made the first time out.
Power Jacks: 30 / 35 /40 - again, good improvement here despite the fact that I'm a bit cautious with these due to wanting to protect my knees since I'm a bit uncoordinated.
Power Knees: 55 / 66 / 73 - Good improvement, but naturally we're starting to get where the fatigue is having an effect.
Power Jumps: 20 / 21 / 22 - Slow improvement, fatigue and wanting to be cautious keeping my rate of improvement lower than I'd like.
Globe Jumps: 5 / 6 / 7 - This is the part of the test where I'm running on fumes. Glad to see improvement, no matter how slight, as it is signaling that I do have more endurance.
Push-Up Jacks: 10 / 12 / 15 - Starting to feel my second wind at this point, or perhaps it's just that my legs are being given a brief rest. Either way, I'm happy with my progress here.
Low Plank Oblique: 14 / 28 / 40 - While I didn't have another doubling of my result, I was still surprised at how much improvement I had given that I just wanted to lie down at this point.
So there it is - continued improvement all around... and yes, I did survive the 1 hour long exercise that followed, although I did take a break between the two.
I should also mention that because I have a heart rate monitor, I started making sure that I got down to 120bpm before I moved on in the fit test. For the earlier exercises I didn't do that, and I kept blowing past the 90% of max heart rate target I set as well as getting very close to the maximum safe heart rate.
Really and truly, I'd suggest that you get a heart rate monitor -- it's also cool seeing approximately how many calories you burn, until you realize that it takes a few donuts to wipe out your workout session! :)
***Update - September 6, 2013***
Okay, so I'm a few days late in posting this, but I have the results of my fit test from earlier in the week.
Came down with a cold the week prior to the fit test, thankfully on a rest day. I also pushed back the next day's exercise till the evening (I do all my insanity first thing in the morning). At any rate, I would suggest that if you get sick that you take a break -- I did not, and I did notice that the workouts were a lot harder for it. Still, it would have bugged me if I took an unscheduled break, so I pushed on. Given that I was sick, I don't think I did as well on the fit test as I could have, BUT I did improve...
Switch Kicks - 58 (up 2 from last time, up 18 from start). So having to use decongestants certainly made an impact here for the negative -- basically, my heart rate is 10 bpm higher as a result of having to take them. As a result, it was hard to do significantly better here than last time. 2 additional reps isn't great, but it's progress and I'll take it.
Power Jacks - 42 (up 2 from last time, up 12 from start). Same story here, but progress is progress.
Power Knees - 80 (up 7 from last time, up 25 from start). Now we're talking! This was a result I was very happy with.
Power Jumps - 23 (up 1 from last time, up 3 from start). Power jumps have always been a weak point - they seem to take a lot out of me, and I also try to be careful about the impact on the joints. Still, looks like I have linear progress here from a number of reps perspective, so I'll chalk this up as acceptable.
Globe Jumps - 7 (same as last time, up 2 from start). Since each rep is 4 jumps, I'm not too surprised that I wasn't able to squeeze out another rep. These are my least favorite exercise. I'll shoot for an improvement of 2 for next fit test as a stretch goal.
Suicide Jumps - 10 (up 1 from last time, up 3 from the start). Slow progress here. One of the issues I'll always have with these is that I don't go back into the plank quickly -- easier on the knees and hips I guess. Still, I'll take improvement wherever it comes.
Push Up Jacks - 20 (up 5 from last time, up 10 from the start). Whoa! I was not expecting this. Very happy with these results -- I guess the fact that all the push-up sort of relating exercises are getting me to the point where my arms and shoulders are burning is helping here.
Low Plank Oblique - 50 (up 10 from last time, up 36 from start). Even bigger whoa! I was not expecting this result at all.
So there you have it -- some results that were underwhelming, even though they were postive, and a few real surprises.
I should also mention that day 50 is like day 36 -- you'll be doing a fit test AND an hour long workout. Glad that's behind me....at least until I repeat Insanity. I've already decided I'll go back through, because there's still tons of room for improvement in my ability to keep up with the videos.
Final thought -- down 2 belt notches from the start, and given that when you're cinching pants down the extra fabric takes up space, I'm very happy with this development.