Shaun T's INSANITY MAX:30 Deluxe Kit - DVD Workout
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- INSANITY MAX:30 is Shaun T's latest workout
- Includes 15 Workouts on 12 DVDs, MAX OUT Guide, Nutrition to the MAX
- Also includes MAX OUT Calendar, AB MAXIMIZER Calendar, No Time to Cook Guide
- Deluxe Kit exclusives include a Core Comfort Mat and Portion Control Containers
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The INSANITY MAX:30 Deluxe Kit includes everything from the Base Kit plus three additional workouts for insanely shredded abs. You'll also receive Shaun T's exclusive Ab Maximizer plan, a Core Comfort Mat to provide support while you carve out your six-pack, and unique portion-control containers to help simplify eating so you can get the body you want.
With INSANITY MAX:30, the only thing standing between you and the best body of your life is you. There’s no equipment needed in these killer cardio and strength workouts. Just push to your MAX and get insane results in 30 minutes a day.
Take Shaun T’s 60-Day MAX OUT Challenge and get ready for new moves and new sequences designed to shatter your limits. The goal in INSANITY MAX:30 is to work to your max in every move and every minute, so you can torch MAX calories, burn MAX fat, and achieve MAX muscle definition.
Month 1 Workouts: Alternates Cardio and Tabata-style Strength Workouts
Cardio Challenge - 30 minutes of the hardest cardio sequences you’ve ever tried. Welcome to INSANITY MAX:30.
Tabata Power - Your strength training starts here with traditional Tabata-style “20 seconds on, 10 seconds off” workout structure. Your muscles will beg for mercy.
Sweat Intervals - Just in case you didn’t think Cardio Challenge was hard enough, you’ll have 30 minutes of screaming, sweating, calorie-scorching madness.
Tabata Strength - Shaun T takes it up a notch in this no rest, Tabata-style strength workout.
Friday Fight: Round 1 - It’s a battle between your mind telling you to push to a new Max and your body saying “Are you serious?” And this is just Round 1.
Month 2: Intervals Get Longer, But the Rest Stays the Same
MAX OUT Cardio - This may be the craziest cardio workout you ever tried. Just wait till you get to the first Power Move.
MAX OUT Power - The intervals are longer in this “45 seconds on, 15 seconds off” Tabata-style plyometric power madness.
MAX OUT Sweat - The more minutes you make it through, the more you sweat and the more calories you burn.
MAX OUT Strength - Your arms, shoulders, chest, and core will be toast after this upper-body-focused, “45 seconds on, 15 seconds off” Tabata-style routine.
Friday Fight: Round 2 - The new “hardest workout ever.” Every move is a minute in this final fight between your body and your mind. Who’s going to win?
Extra workouts include Pulse and Ab Attack:10 and can be used anytime throughout the program.
Consult your physician and follow all safety instructions before beginning this or any high-intensity and physically demanding exercise program.
Results may vary. Exercise and proper diet are necessary to achieve and maintain weight loss and muscle definition.
Tools to Help You Max Out
Nutrition to the MAX Guide - No complicated diets or strict meal plans here. This simple portion-based plan shows you how to eat what you love and still reach your fitness goals.
MAX Out Guide - The secret to great results with INSANITY MAX:30? Pushing to your Max every day. See how to do it, and why it’ll help you get insanely fit.
MAX Out Wall Calendar - Find out which workout to do each day and keep track of your Max Out times to see your progress.
No Time to Cook Guide - From fine dining to fast food, you’ll know the best options to fuel your body and stay on track every time.
Deluxe Kit Exclusives
Three Additional Workouts - Includes MAX OUT: 15, MAX OUT ABS, and 360 ABS
Ab Maximizer Workout Calendar - If you're serious about getting that six-pack, follow Shaun's plan for MAXed out abs.
7-Day Ab Maximizer - This is the plan uses to prepare for big photo shoots.
Core Comfort Mat - Better than your standard yoga mat, it's thickly cushioned to protect your spine, knees, and wrists so you can maximize your rock-hard results.
7 Portion-Control Containers - Take the guesswork out of eating with these color-coded portion-control containers. They'll help you eat exactly the right amount of food for your personal fitness goals, without counting calories or depriving yourself.
Shakeology Shaker Cup - Maximize your results with this 25-ounce shaker cup that mixes the perfect Shakeology shake or your favorite drink in no time.
Body Fat Calipers - Track your progress by measuring your body fat at regular intervals. Better than relying on the scale, these calipers make it simple to see just how much fat you’re losing with INSANITY MAX:30.
You get everything in the INSANITY MAX:30 Base kit, plus three additional workouts for insanely shredded abs. You’ll also get Shaun T’s exclusive Ab Maximizer plan, an essential Core Comfort Mat to provide support while you carve out every inch of your six-pack, and unique portion-control tools to help simplify eating so you can get the body you want, no matter what your goals are.
INSANITY MAX:30 includes 15 workouts on 12 DVDs, a Core Comfort Mat, Portion Control Containers, MAX OUT Guide, Nutrition to the MAX, MAX OUT Calendar, AB MAXIMIZER Calendar, and No Time to Cook Guide.
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I didn't buy the deluxe kit, however my brother did. I looked at everything in it and did my own research and found that its overpriced by about $20-$40. You're paying double the price of the base kit. The Ab Maximizer workouts are ~$67 dollars (and worth it IMO - see bottom of review), however, the rest of the stuff can be purchased separately on Amazon (different brands) for a lot cheaper than the sum on the deluxe kit. However, if you don't want to do all the extra shopping around, then this would work perfectly for you. As for those containers, I just googled "21 Day Fix Container Sizes" and found out what they were. I bought some tuppleware around those same sizes and use a glass measuring cup with ounces listed to get the right sizes. Saved some cash there.
If you just want everything without having to do extra legwork, then buy this kit. If you want to save $40 shop around Amazon for the fat caliper, shake bottle, workout mat, and the ab maximizer. You can even buy the 21 day fix tuppleware, or just get a generic brand for lots cheaper.
This is a great 60 day program, especially if you are short on time (which I tend to be now-a days). This will push your cardio and the Maxing Out method of exercise really helps you push yourself to the limit. Difficulty wise, I would say that it falls between T25 and regular Insanity. The first month feels more like the continuation of T25 and the second month starts to feel like Insanity. I docked 1 star because I feel that the lack of a warm-up stretch (or a cold start like in P90X3) combined with some of the moves can cause issues with those that are not so young & limber anymore (I'm not there yet, but one of the videos did cause me problems - see below). An optional longer cooldown/stretch would be nice too.
I will preface this by saying I'm not a beach body coach. I have completed P90X, Insanity, and Tapout XT. I've also done a lot of P90X3, T25 (including Gamma) and Tapout XT 2 (but never finished due to things that just keep interfering).
I will say that this is the best 30 minute cardio routine that I have done. P90X/P90X3's cardio is ok, but I really like the intensity that Shaun T brings and this cardio routine is one of his best (Insanity is still his king IMO). The intensity is created by trying to go as long as possible before maxing out. Insanity still pushes my body more, but month 2's workouts are pretty close. In the first month, I felt like a lot of the moves incorporate doing jumping jack legs and bouncing on the toes whereas Insanity did a lot of power moves (cardio challenge and Friday Fight Rd 1 are like this the most). I'm a bigger guy, and this makes it so that I have to stop because of the burning in my calves and ankles instead of getting my whole body exhausted. Luckily, following the modifier helps me through that. Month 2's workouts are much better. Instead of a lot of hopping and bouncing, you're jumping & squatting, so you're incorporating much more of your large leg muscles which equals a bigger calorie burn.
The 30 minute push (32 if you include the cool down) is good at getting a good sweat in. The 30 minutes is tough and intense, but goes by quickly. Each interval seems to be 4.5 minutes with a 30 second breather before the next interval. The intervals seem to follow the original Insanity blue print of doing a set of moves 3 times. This really helps because you don't have to keep looking at the TV and trying to figure out the moves. Shaun T also does a great job explaining the moves and keeping the form good while keeping you motivated. Also, the music is really good at keeping the energy up. BTW, Shaun T maxes out also, so you know this will be tough.
Cardio Challenge - Here is the first disk and we see how tough this series will be. You have a warm-up/mini workout kinda like Insanity (but its only around 4-5 minutes long instead of 12-14). The moves aren't really high impact, but you're moving your whole body. The 30 second break is spent doing active stretching. Once that is done, you're going to be moving around a lot. Remember that there is the low impact modifier that you can watch if any of the moves start getting uncomfortable. For me, there is a lot of toe bouncing which makes my calves and ankles hurt. The low impact modifier is good for that. My only real complaint is that this video seems to be more of a jacked up T25 than Insanity. Either way, you get an awesome workout and wind up being very sweaty at the end.
Tabata Power - Let me start off saying that I like this video. The warm-up is a blend of jumping into the workout and preparing for the workout. You have moves to increase your heartrate and you have active stretching moves. This feels much better to me than the Cardio Challenge warm up did with its many variations of jack legs. After the warm-up, you move into the body of the workout. Each interval focuses on a different part of your body - legs, chest, legs again, abs, triceps, and then a mix for the final 3 minutes. This is tabata, so you're going 20 seconds of work followed by 10 seconds of taking it easy. You do each move twice and then move to a slightly easier move for that same area. This is nice because focus on just one area for each interval. You work for about 4 min, but the nice thing is that you take the last 10 second break and then get a water break :). You will feel the burn in this and this is still very much cardio.
Sweat Intervals - This workout focuses more on your legs, which is awesome for calorie burning. My favorite is that you only do excessive jack moves for the warm up. The 25 minutes of the rest of the workout doesn't really have any jack moves (except for one, I believe - which isn't bad). You will be doing a lot of squats and jumps. The pattern for this video is a leg move, another move that incorporates another muscle group, and then another move that focuses on legs. This did a great job of keeping my heart rate up! After I was done, I definitely felt like my legs got a good workout.
Tabata Strength - This one is similar to Tabata Power except that instead of having a break, you get to do a different move that is a more of a cardio move that doesn't focus on the part that you were working. No Maxing out here....just work your butt off!
Friday Fight: Round 1 - Here is a cardio workout with minimal rest! You only get a rest 15 minutes and 25 minutes in. The rest is pure cardio! The thing about this workout is that it seems like the workout starts slow from a cardio stand point (a lot of jack and bounce moves - works your calves and ankles, but you don't get a big energy drain) at around the halfway point, Shaun T cranks it up and starts incorporating more power moves (jumps, burpees, lunges, etc) and then the cardio takes off! This one really is a fight to get through! Shaun T is nice and lets you take "breaks" by moving to a more resistance move every now and then.
--Thoughts after Month 1 workouts - This workout hits the cardio really good! I burn an average of 550-650 calories per workout (250 lbs). However, It feels like these first 5 workouts are the next step after T25, and not quite on the same level as insanity. Too much hoping around (calf workout) and not enough jumping, squatting, etc. (quads & hamstrings - the biggest calorie burners). Is this the hardest workout I've done? Not yet....but Month 2 is starting, so I will see then. However, this workout is right up there with the hardest workouts I've done. Taput XT 2 still is the winner for the hardest. Got to keep pushing the max out time!
Max Out Cardio: This workout finally really feels like Insanity. I didn't have to stop to shake out my calves because we are running, lunging, burpeeing, Power Jumping, etc! Instead, I had to stop because my HR was past 180 BPM. The moves on this workout are definitely a step up. At the end of each interval, there is a 1 minute power move that will really push you. This was also great because a lot of the moves really hit the core. Best workout so far.
Max Out Power: This workout is the evolved form of tabata power - 45 second intervals with 15 second rest periods. Also, you focus on a particular area longer in this workout (~7 minutes). Basically, each round is going to be a long drop set - IE keep focused on that area, but each move is easier. An example of that is the pushup regression. You start with plyo-pushup jacks then got to arms only push up jacks and keep regressing until you're doing knee pushups for the final move of that set. You will really work those areas to exhaustion if you push it hard. 2 sets (first & last) focus on the legs, so your legs will feel like jelly after this. Also, the push-up routine is killer (I admit that I took it easy on this area - today is Bulk Chest in Body Beast so I need stay fresh so that my chest can be completely destroyed using weights). There is also a set of core/shoulders that works you good also. This routine will make you beg for mercy (which you won't get).
Max Out Sweat: This workout is one that made me realize the big flaw in this setup and I had to stop 11 minutes in. Why? Because I hyperextended my back. How? I do these workouts in the morning these workouts hop right into the moves. This is generally ok because the moves Shaun T selects are moves that are designed to warm you up, but doesn't do anything crazy. However, the 3rd move in the warmup are 1-2-3 claps. This is problematic because the end of the move, you're slightly off balance to lift your bent leg up high while bending low to clap under your thigh. This can stretch your muscles, but because its at the beginning of the warmup, your muscles aren't warm enough and are easy to tweak. I didn't notice anything while doing the move except that it was a stretch to move that way. It wasn't until the end of the 2nd interval that I felt my back start to tighten up. I will try this workout again in a few days after my back is normal again.
I did this workout again and took it easy during the 1-2-3 claps and did much better. This workout really works you. There is a lot of jumping, lunging and a lot of core work. I really liked the punching burpees and the in and out abs with reverse flys. Both those moves added instability so it hits your core much harder. While this isn't a killer workout, it will make you sweat alot thanks to utilizing the legs and core a lot.
Max Out Strength: This workout focuses mostly on your upper body. You start your warmup and jump right into the leg routine. After the legs, the rest of the focus is on your chest, core, and triceps. You move into a pushup progression starting with pushup jacks with shoulder taps working all the way down to 8 second knee pushups. You will feel this! Next is the core/tricep combo starting with floor switch kicks and progressing down to being on your back doing power knees. The last set is basically chest pushup routine, but focusing on triceps instead. Overall, it is a good workout that will help define & chisel your chest and triceps. I did Body Beast Bulk Chest the evening before, so it was tough keeping up with all the pushups.
Friday Fight: Round 2: Here is where I think Insanity Max 30 gets really close to the original Insanity. You only get 2 breaks (15 & 25 min. in) and the rest of the time you're moving. It is a full body routine that will push you to your max! This routine got me my biggest calories burn (over 700 for 250 lbs). Just imagine you get the hardest moves from the other videos and you put them into one video. Shaun T does a good job of mixing up the focus on the body parts so you're not completely burning out one muscle group. This will be my new go-to cardio routine when I'm short on time but need to push my cardio!
Pulse: This is a good 20 minute routine that will help you stretch out, but still burn some calories. Shaun T will work a muscle (nothing crazy) and then you get to stretch that muscle. Its a good full body recovery video that I strongly recommend mixing into your routines. Do it on an off day and maybe even as a 2nd workout during the tabata days (its only 20 minutes). You will feel rejuvenated and your body will love you for it.
Ab Attack 10: This 10 minute routine will really help strengthen your abs/core. The 10 minutes can feel agonizing, but it goes by quickly when you focus on the workout. My word of caution is to make sure you're putting the work into your abs and not into your hipflexors or lower back. Make sure you're pushing your lower back into the floor or back (IE don't arc your lower back).
Max Out 15: This is a core/ab focused routine that is 100% cardio, but incorporating your core for each move. You got to push yourself through this one! Great calorie & ab burner!
360 Abs: This is a routine that focuses on isolating your core & working it. Its not cardio based, but is a little more like regular core/ab routines. Thats not to say its easy. You will feel this! This is also 15 minutes long
Max Out Abs: This routine is a mix of the Max Out 15 and 360 abs. You do one cardio core move and then you basically do the same move, but on the floor focusing just on your core. This is a fun routine that pushes you hard!
For entertainment value, I think Shaun T is the best trainer I've followed so far (I've also done videos featuring Chalene Johnson and Tony Horton). He's a friendly guy and encourages you to continue, even just a few seconds longer, despite the body aches. There are so many different moves, and the intensity is high, so time flew by fast. The music was upbeat and went well with all the moves.
Overall, this video series is great for advanced users with limited time in the day or don't want to work for hours on end to get a toned body and improved health. I plan on doing 2 more rounds before moving on to a new video series.
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