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National fitness The new version of Insanity fitness 60 days 14VCD
The Insanity Workout series, by the makers of P90X, tests every cardio limit you have with 10 high-intensity and self-described "insane" workouts. There's no equipment needed and there are a wide variety of cardio moves, from burpees and football runs to jumping jacks and suicides. The schedule maps out 60 days of increasingly intense interval workouts and the work-to-rest ratio (3 minutes on, 30 seconds rest) keeps you in the anaerobic zone for most of the workouts, making this a series that will appeal to experienced exercisers who want to push their limits.
The name of this workout series, Insanity, says it all. This 60-day cardio-based program includes 10 workout DVDs with one goal in mind: To kick your butt with high intensity aerobic and anaerobic interval training.
For the first 30 days, you do up to 6 cardio workouts a week, each with a different focus— plyometrics, power and resistance, pure cardio and circuits along with core workouts. The last 30 days follow the same schedule, but your workouts increase in both time and intensity.
Though they include different exercises, many of the workouts follow the same format: 3 to 5 high-intensity exercises in a row for 3 minutes, rest for 30 seconds and then repeat the series for a total of three times, working harder each time. The workouts are led by Shaun T, a lean and motivating instructor and there is a gym full of exercisers that he pushes along the way. He also created the T25 workout and the Insanity Max:30. Though they're all very fit, they do take breaks throughout the workouts so you're not the only one coughing up a lung.
If you don't like high impact exercise or gasping for air, you won't be a fan of these workouts. The exercises are straightforward and athletic, requiring no equipment and you'll recognize many of them, such as jumping jacks, burpees, and suicides. There are unique moves as well - Side burpees, combination pushups with jumping jacks, frog jumps and more. It's hard to believe someone could come up with that many high intensity, killer exercises with no equipment needed, but they managed to do it.
The DVDs include:
Before investing in the program, consider the benefits and drawbacks to make sure it is right for you.
A Well-Structured Program - The program is all laid out for you, complete with a calendar of your scheduled workouts, making this a snap to follow (if not to actually do).
Effective - These workouts burn lots of calories with high-intensity interval training designed to push your limits. You get a lot done in a short period of time.
Easy to Follow - The workouts aren't easy, but most of the moves are straightforward and athletic with no choreography or equipment to worry about.
Expensive: At about $120, this is definitely a long-term investment.
High-Impact: Most of the exercises are high impact and intense and, while Shaun T stresses safety and good form, there is a risk of soreness and injury.
Repetitive: The workouts have different exercises, but most of them follow the same general format. Doing the same type of workouts day after day can get tedious.
No Strength Training: This is, by definition, a cardio-based program but a complete program should include strength training, something you'll have to do on your own. That isn't easy with such high-intensity cardio to recover from.
The workouts can be deceptive. You might feel like you are working moderately hard for the first 20 or so minutes, only to have fatigue hit hard halfway through the workouts. However, if you can monitor yourself and enjoy being pushed, the Insanity series may be a good choice for you.
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