The One Thing The Insanity Workout Is Missing

Insanity WorkoutThe Insanity Workout is almost complete. It’s almost everything you need to effect a total body transformation in only 2 months. Including a fantastic Nutrition Plan, a host of workouts that will make you a new person if they don’t break you, a wall Calendar to track your workouts, an online support community and all the information you need to begin your incredible journey, it seems like a galaxy of support and encouragement and challenge. But there’s a crucial component missing. There’s something that people notice a couple of weeks in, something without which leads to increased soreness, increased pain, and makes the workout harder than it needs to be. What’s this crucial component? Don’t laugh folks, I’ve received endless complaints from people who have noticed this deficiency: calf stretches.

Insanity and Weight Gained After Pregnancy

Insanity WorkoutDifferent people come to Insanity for different reasons. Some are former college athletes looking to regain their strength and energy ten years down the road. Others are preparing for a marathon, or looking to drop weight gained from a life of unhealthy habits. But one of the groups I run into the most frequently and receive the most questions from are women who gave birth to kids a few years ago and have woken up one morning to have put on 60 lbs or so. These women are amongst the most motivated and determined group I have run into, and their tenacity and desire to reverse the weight gain is often the strongest. But how hard is it for them to lose that weight? Do they face extra obstacles, or is it in fact easier for them?

Creatine – Good Idea For Insanity/P90X Workout?

CreatineSports supplements come and go, promising to be the magic bullet that will suddenly turn us all into supermen, but one by one their claims are disproven and they are forgotten, only to be replaced by new and more exciting promises. However, one supplement however has survived all the scrutiny, has been tested by hundreds of scientific teams, has been used extensively these past two decades and still stands tall. If any single sports supplement out there can be said to work, than its Creatine, which leads us to the question: should you take it when about to undergo Insanity or P90X?

What Does an Insanity Workout Feel Like?

Insanity WorkoutIf you go to our Reviews section, you’ll find info each workout, hear from the people who have done Insanity, read personal testimonials and more. But sometimes people are looking for more than just how many Globe Jumps are in a workout, how long it is, or to hear success stories of people who have undertaken Insanity and come out the other side. They want to know what it feels like to do an Insanity Workout, what they would be in for. So in this post we’re going to try and give you a taste of exactly that 😉

Are You Fit Enough for the Insanity Workout?

Insanity WorkoutIf you go to the ‘P90X or Insanity Workout?‘ post, you’ll see that there are some 120 comments or so. Now, half of them are mine, but they’re all responses to the same basic question: “Am I ready for Insanity/P90X?” What I sense is a lot of excitement, a lot of enthusiasm, but a level of uncertainty as to whether people are ready for such an extreme workout. With good reason! I’m going to focus on Insanity today, but my advice applies to any extreme workout.

3 Things You Need to Finish Insanity

Insanity WorkoutAnybody can grab the INSANITY workout, go into their garage and bust out a session. Just pound their bones and joints out on a cement floor, gulp down a glass of water, and then go about their day, feeling raw, pumped up, and ultimately worn out and in pain. Folks, this is an extreme fitness program for a reason. This is marketed to the elite because it takes more than mental toughness (that’s the most basic requirement). It requires that your body be in top form, that you be in fighting shape, that you be able to take an extreme amount of physical stress and thrive. And unless you’re a machine, or a marine, or a decathlete, you’re going to need to take care of yourself. Yes, nutrition, yes nine hours of sleep. But these three things below will help you not only get through INSANITY, but to thrive.

Where to Get Your INSANITY Info

Insanity WorkoutThere is a lot of information out there on the INSANITY workout. Countless Beachbody Coach sites promise to connect you with the product, while review sites of varying quality offer to inform you on the nature of Shaun T’s program. Articles have been written on how to best succeed at the workout itself, along with general tips and advice on how to approach it. It can be confusing, overwhelming even, and somebody who simply wants the right info without having to mount a research project can become discouraged. Well! Today I’m going to round up the best of the best, and show you where you can get all your info in one post. So read on!

3 Crucial Tips for How to Dominate INSANITY

Insanity WorkoutIt takes more than being in good shape to succeed at INSANITY. It takes more than having tough mental determination. Takes more than even that vital component, having heart. If you have all three–a solid physical foundation, an iron will and enough heart to persevere against all odds, you’ll definitely finish INSANITY. But there are a few crucial tips that you have to follow in order to excel.

INSANITY Workout Reviews is Live!

Insanity Workout ReviewsAfter much thought, work and coding, we’re is proud to announce the unveiling of our INSANITY review section. One of the most common questions put to us by our friends and customers is basically, ‘What is the INSANITY workout like? Is it too tough, too intense for me?’ Well, with our new review section, we hope to be able to answer that question for everybody.

INSANITY Workout and Joint Pain

Insanity Workout Joint PainIt’s no secret that the INSANITY workout is intense. Six days a week you work out, from cardio circuits to plyometrics, ranging from thirty minutes to an hour, leaping and sprinting and squatting and dropping down into push ups. Usually most workouts operate on a day on, day off schedule, allowing your body to recover and adapt slowly to your new routine, but INSANITY keeps on the pressure from the get-go. This is why it’s slated as a workout for experienced athletes–not because novices might lack willpower or determination, but rather because they won’t have the conditioning necessary to prevent their bodies from falling apart after the first few weeks. So how do you prevent your joints from getting all banged up and sore? Even a conditioned athlete will run into trouble if he’s not careful. In today’s post, we’ll look at some options, and see if we can’t help prevent your joints from flaring up 😉