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INSANITY: 60-Day Total Body Conditioning Workout DVD Program

  • 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

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.

Brand New, Factory Sealed Box Set. Complete set includes a nutrition guide, calender to track your progress, and 10 intense DVDs that all contain a GREAT workout. You don`t need exercise equipment. All you need is just a little space and a big heart!

You will receive:

-Elite Nutrition Manual -Fitness Guide -Fit Test Tracker -Workout Calendar 10 Insanity Workout DV

List Price: $ 169.99

Price: $ 144.80

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  • A. Ort "aorto"  On August 29, 2011 at 7:30 pm
    890 of 896 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    P90X this isn’t…, January 23, 2010
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    A. Ort “aorto” (Youngstown, Ohio) –
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    This review is from: INSANITY: 60-Day Total Body Conditioning Workout DVD Program (DVD)

    I’m a former P90X junkie. That program literally changed my life and got me into the best shape of my life, even at 40 years old. However, this is not P90X. That is not a criticism at all, just don’t expect more of the same.

    This is all floor exercises using your body weight with lots of plyometric and isometic exercises, cardio and core exercise that will work you – hard. The exercises come fast and furious with a good mix of cardio and strength building (e.g. squat type exercises and push-up type exercises). But its primary focus is the CORE. If you didn’t know what that meant before Insanity, you will definitely understand it once you begin.

    It’s broken into two four week segments with a “recovery” (I use that term loosely..) week in between. The warm-up itself is a workout. The first four weeks are two rounds of three sets of a series of exercises equaling about 40 minutes per session. In the second four weeks you’ll find some of the warm-up exercises were exercises from the actual program from the first four weeks. And the program itself moves to three rounds of three different sets of exercises equaling about an hour. You’ll actually be begging to go back to the first four weeks. If you like crazy, you’ll love it…

    Shaun T is a good motivator and provides good tips about proper form and techniques. The music adds to the program as well; as each routine picks up intensity, the music is well designed to keep you going.

    It is tough on the body, though, so be forewarned. If you aren’t in some semblance of shape, you may want to rethink this one. I pulled a neck muscle during the first week because I didn’t breathe properly. It will tax your joints, your knees, your feet, your back. If you are injury prone, be extremely careful. Modify if you need to or pass on it altogether.

    It requires serious focus. Breathing is key. Drink lots of water. And move at your own pace. Even the participants in the DVD (including Shaun T) have to quit and take breaks. It’s that intense.

    The caveat is really only this: you may lose some of the “glamour” muscles. This doesn’t mean you will get less strong but there are no no exercises for the biceps or the lats (no pull-ups here). However, the muscles you do have (especially the legs) will be stronger and more defined. If you want to maintain weight, you will need to increase your food intake big time, especially as the program progresses.

    Your body will change and your core (including the abs) will be stronger than you ever thought possible and you will be in incredible shape, even if you only do the program at half the intensity.

    I give it a definite thumbs up but know what you want to get out of the program and understand what it is about before investing your time and money in it.

    UPDATE: The first time around I was surprised and frustrated with the loss of size (due to lack of adequate calorie intake) but a second round with more focus is producing positive results. The body fat reduction happened from the top down. I am seeing more definition in the shoulders and the chest and seeing muscles in and around the abs, especially the obliques. Things just feel tighter all the way around. The “spare tire” thing is not completely gone though I feel quite ok in a t-shirt that fits rather than a larger size to hide behind. Results: maintained my body weight and dropped from 20 to 16% body fat which means I actually built muscle.

    Final reflections: Using the CORE (which is much more than just your abs) makes all the difference. Keep it tight, no shortcuts and you’ll feel your power increasing. The true test of this is during the high knee run in the warm-up and in the high jumps on the cardio power and resistance disc. If you use anything other than your core, you will never get the speed and power and you risk injuring your back.

    If I could emphasize one other thing it is to continually push through. One more rep, one more second, just a little further than you think you can. Don’t be foolish, recognize your limitations, but don’t confuse your body’s need for rest with your mind’s tendency to quit too soon.

    And, just as a reminder, drink lots and lots of water before, during and after.

    Heads up: Shaun T has a new program just out called Insanity: The Asylum Deluxe. It’s a 30 day program using sports training techniques that looks brutal. And that’s a good thing…

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  • C. N. Sheridan  On August 29, 2011 at 7:47 pm
    271 of 275 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    If You Do It, It Will Do It, December 23, 2009
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    C. N. Sheridan
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    This review is from: INSANITY: 60-Day Total Body Conditioning Workout DVD Program (DVD)

    Okay, I’m 54 and have run regularly, lifted weights but couldn’t get the reduction in inches and bodyfat that I wanted. I did P90X in the summer and a month of P90X+. Great programs that got me into the consistent routine of early morning (5 AM) workouts and built overall strength, coordination, and flexibility. With a 2 pound weight loss, but, I admit I was not very careful with the nutrition plan.

    Enter Insanity. I cut out white[flour]bakery products, sweets, sweetened drinks, all sodas, and desserts except for once a week. Then I started the craziness. There’s no need to tell what’s in the package, others have done that. Let me say I lost 12 pounds and an inch and a half off my waistline in 60 days. This on a frame my family and friends said had nothing to lose.

    This program works if you follow it. Don’t worry about keeping up with the folks on the video because NONE of them do all of the routines to completion on any of the DVDs. You do your best at YOUR pace but it has to be your BEST. It never gets easier because as you get more conditioned, you do more repetitions. You must do the Fit Test because you WILL see improvements and the test won’t lie and it will keep you motivated.

    It’s not easy but it works. Nothing worthwhile is easy so why should this be different? You have to be in decent, not great, shape, and follow the warnings about injuries and other potential health problems because it is a serious workout. But if you get the green light and you stick with it, you won’t regret it. There’s nothing to it but to do it.

    PROGRAM UPDATE: I have completed another four cycles since this first review. I have added some variations such as some running and weight workouts. STILL, I cannot do ANY Insanity routine all the way through without taking a break a couple of times. It’s not the agony of when I first started but it’s still hard and remains a challenge to keep doing. However, I feel better than I ever have in terms of conditioning and stamina and so does my wife who has started and continued this program after I finished my first cycle.

    Give it YOUR best!

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  • C. Widman  On August 29, 2011 at 8:35 pm
    717 of 749 people found the following review helpful:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    I want to love this… BUT, January 5, 2010
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    C. Widman
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    This review is from: INSANITY: 60-Day Total Body Conditioning Workout DVD Program (DVD)

    I got this for Xmas and was very excited – spent the first four days doing this according to plan. I should add that I am in my 30’s and teach fitness classes at my gym and am in pretty decent shape. I exercise regularly. However, I have a history of issues with my knees. I can avoid flare ups if I avoid lunges, etc. This DVD set makes it literally impossible for people with joint issues – especially knees – to participate in this without seriously injuring themselves. This is stated on the warning at the beginning of the program – however, nowhere did I read that before dropping $150 to order. Shaun T is awesome – the program is challenging and if you are looking for something to use at home, get this. It is addicting and intense. However, if you have even the slightest issue with your knees, DO NOT BUY THIS!

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