Just bought the workout DVD. I want to be in shape for the start of next season. Anyone ever done this for the entire 60 days
I have only went through about two weeks once, and immediately saw a result. I was getting married so my wife and I did it for that.Just bought the workout DVD. I want to be in shape for the start of next season. Anyone ever done this for the entire 60 days
Makes sense. People I know who have done it all basically worked their way up to it through some of the other programs. Even for someone in (moderately) good shape, I think trying to step right in to Insanity would be a bad idea.Insanity has a high injury rate. A lot of jumping around and quick movements don't go well with muscle fatigue. Be careful.
He's got a new program coming out this summer, T25 or something like that. Supposedly all the workouts are 25 minutes or less. I would definitely be down with that. Time is at a premium with a 1-yr old daughter at homeI actually know Shaun T personally. Have since college. The workout is REAL! It will put you in great shape but don't over do it if you aren't already in some reasonable shape. Like you aren't going from full couch potatoe to hardcore workout without runnign risk of hurting yourself.
He has another one called "Asylum" which is more sports training/fitness orientated. Might be also worth looking into for those who want to get inshape for athletic purposes and not just general fitness
So for those who are in reasonable shape, a) want to lean out just a bit without wearing out knees/ankles/hips, and b) want to preserve this past season's fitness through Summer and Fall, what do you all recommend? P90X? Insanity toned down some? Other?Insanity has a high injury rate. A lot of jumping around and quick movements don't go well with muscle fatigue. Be careful.