Insanity Workout DVD by DVD Review

The most accurate and objective DVD by DVD review of Shawn T’s Insanity Workout. Learn the details of each and every single workout, from the Fit Test to the final Max Workout. A must read for all of you that are considering getting this workout and wondering what the next 60 days of your life will look like.

INSANITY Fit Test

The INSANITY Workout is considered an extreme workout. It is not meant for beginners, or even for people at an intermediate stage. Shaun T himself advises people to consult with their doctors before attempting it, and states that the intense level of cardio, plyometrics and calisthenics will challenge even incredibly fit and athletic individuals…

INSANITY Plyometric Cardio Circuit

Day 2, and you’re about to get clobbered. If you thought the Fitness Test was hard, than hold on to your hat because Plyometric Cardio Circuit will challenge you like nothing before….

INSANITY Cardio Power & Resistance

As far as INSANITY workouts go, this one is tough, but not the toughest. You get thirty second water breaks between each set, and the main workout, while pretty brutal, spreads the exercises evenly between lower and upper body, so no one area gets taxed unduly…

INSANITY Cardio Recovery

Cardio Recovery is the workout performed once a week in order to allow your muscles and cardio engine to recover from the brutal intensity that is the INSANITY workout. As such, there is no cardio whatsoever in this workout, no leaping or running or anything that would cause your muscles to protest even further….

INSANITY Pure Cardio

The INSANITY workout is considered by many to be the hardest workout out there, and the Pure Cardio workout might be one of the key reasons why. After the Warm Up, and while Stretching, Shaun T has a moment of quiet reflection, during which he confides to the camera that he’s genuinely worried about this workout…

INSANITY Cardio Abs

You should be hitting this workout by the end of your second week, and if you’re following the schedule, it should come right on the heels of your Pure Cardio workout. Which means you’ll be hitting this already warmed up, but hopefully not completely burned out!

INSANITY Core Cardio Balance

Congratulations! If you’ve reached this workout, it means you’re into the Recovery Week, and are halfway through your workout. That means you’ve put weeks of intense work behind you, and are ready to take a break before hitting the Max workouts that will push you to the limit for the remainder of the workout…

INSANITY Max Interval Circuit

This is a brutal workout, and it will push you past your limits. Remember, the key to surviving any Max workout is to observe good form, and to pace yourself. Don’t burn out too early, and always listen to Shaun T when he tells you to take a break if you need. And trust me, you’re going to need it…

INSANITY Max Interval Plyo

If you’re doing this workout, you’re into your second month of INSANITY, and have already distinguished yourself the vast majority of people who fail out in their second week. You’re lean, your committed, and you’ve got your sights firmly on finishing that last day of the workout…

INSANITY Max Cardio Conditioning

The Max Cardio Conditioning is like the Pure Cardio Workout in that once it gets going, it doesn’t stop till the very end. No water breaks, no pauses, nothing but full on, intense working out for the whole duration. Which, given that the workout is 48 minutes, is a brutal length of time to last…

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