Fitness

Insanity vs Insanity Max :30

When I first decided I would give Insanity Max :30 a try I felt my palms get a little sweaty. To understand why we need to go back 6 months to my adventure with the original Insanity program.

In June 2014 I decided I was ready to take on Shaun T’s Insanity program. I had completed P90X3, Body Beast, Turbo Fire and Focus T25. I was physically in the best condition of my life. I had lost 112lbs and went from a size 18/20 to size 4. I started with a bang in week 1, I lost 3lbs! BOOM this was going to be awesome! Or so I thought…. The workouts were definitely intense, long and pushed my body to Insanity. I have long battled poor knees due to years of obesity and prior injuries, but I was modifying jumps as needed to lessen the impact. In my effort to save my knees I let my form get sloppy and into he midst of week 4 (halfway finished) I blew out my back and pulled a hamstring. BOO!
Thus ending my attempt at Insanity. So now you understand my sweaty palms and fear when Insanity Max :30 was announced.

I honestly thought “No way, not for me” and I totally wrote it off as beyond my abilities. Then as more started coming in about the program I started to get more and more curious. Things like “On screen low impact modifier,” “go to YOUR max”, “no matter where you start you can improve”, “only 30 minutes.”

Then the test group results started rolling in and I was sold! My fellow coaches were getting mind blowing results in just the first 30 days by following the modifier and they were starting at a variety of fitness levels. Some even admitted to only following the nutrition plan 80% of the time! What!?! I can totally do this!

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Last week our workout arrived and to say the least “I am in LOVE!” After doing 3 of the month 1 workouts I am so pumped I didn’t let my hesitation and initial fear stop me. The moves are fun and challenging and the 30 minutes blow by so quickly. I am a huge fan of the on screen modifier too. When you start your workout you can select to view the low impact (not low intensity) modifier at all times. If you have ever done a workout with modifier you know that until you have etched a few times you can get lost if the camera isn’t on them.

Is it easy? Heck NO! But don’t let the fear of getting sweaty and Maxing out at 4:00min, 6:00min, or 15:00min stop you! You will max out or reach the point where your form is going to be compromised. You take a break, shake it off, write down your time, and get back into the workout. That Max Out time will improve! You will see results in your first week and you will be hooked like me. Admit it results are addicting!

If you want to start with me after the New Year in my 60 day test group I promise you will find a new healthier version of yourself. If you don’t you can use the no hassle money back guarantee.

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