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asked by Grady on January 19, 2011
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I agree on purchasing directly from BeachBody rather than risking getting a bootleg that doesn't work!
M. Dominguez answered on January 23, 2011
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I don't think this is for beginners, at all!! You will only get frustrated. I have worked out for 25 plus years, regularly, and it's killing me. You might want to start with P90X
Flatsforlife answered on March 3, 2011
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I would have to say I disagree to a point. The beauty of DVD workouts like this is that beginners can get started at their own speed. Someone who is completely out of shape will have to take more breaks and go slower, but they will also see more improvement than those who are fit. If you can get through two weeks without getting discouraged, you can finish it (don't let week 6 break you). I agree a beginner will tend to get more frustrated, so I would recommend buying direct from BeachBody for the money-back guarantee.
Jason Coffman answered on March 6, 2011
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L S. Hatch answered on March 14, 2011
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Normalization answered on May 18, 2011
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Blazing Pascal answered on June 18, 2011
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I completely agree! I am a beginner and I just started week one. Yes, it is tough, crazy tough. However, I am trying. I may not be able to go as fast or as high as them but that is my GOAL! I may have to redo week 1 or 2 or the whole thing until I can do it as good as them but I will keep trying. I also got this DVD to help me get further from jogging to running. I do 3 miles of 4.5mph w/o stopping 3 days a week and want to get better, plus kickboxing once a week. Beginners....WE CAN DO IT!!!
T. Sharron answered on June 30, 2011
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The beauty of Insanity is that the workouts, while really intense, can be scaleable. Quit my first round of Insanity because I wasn't committed, but after a semester of swimming, weight training, and climbing I lost enough weight and gained enough "mentality" to commit to restarting Insanity. I only have 2 more weeks left, and I'm proud to have come this far, despite my shortcomings. I always push myself each workout and I happen to improve more than I would've expected.
Zhao answered on July 3, 2011
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I started out really slow about 3 weeks ago with a friend. She runs on a daily basis and i just had my second child. I am about 30 lbs over weight and we decided to start off with this program once a week. We have noticed that even with 6 days in between we have totally improved. It was really hard the first week and now the work out ends and I am ready for more. I am excited to increase to more than once a week and get back my pre baby body. Beginner or not this is by far the best video work out. DON'T GIVE UP, even if you don't follow the plan to the T from the beginning.
J. Browning answered on July 11, 2011
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Thanks so much for the encouraging words. I'm 5'4 and weigh 180. I could stand to lose about 40 lbs. Anyway I did the first workout today and it was killing me, I kept stopping to catch my breath and I thought to myself, " Will I even be able to do this?" Anyway I got right back up and did as much as I could do and I still broke a sweat and felt like I worked out..
MAYRA answered on January 21, 2012
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