Insanity Asylum Workout Videos

In addition to the regular Insanity, there is an upper division class of Insanity called the Asylum or Insanity Asylum Workout Videos. These are for the ultra crazy…basically for people who get off on pain!

Insanity Asylum Workout Videos

Insanity Asylum Workout Videos

If you really want to check this thing out, have a look at these videos. And to just reinforce the ridiculousness of these videos, have a look at my review also. This is not just something I write about; these are workouts that I actually do.

I would never tell you about anything if I have never actually done the program. Just like the regular Insanity videos, I review each video move-by-move, workout-by-workout. So you will know that this is something that is up to snuff and if it’s worth the investment of time and money. If it does not pass the Charles Lloyd Fitness test, I will tell you about it in the review. Also, just like the “regular” Insanity videos, not all of the videos get a 5 star glowing review – if something is good I will tell you about it and if something is bad I will tell you about it. If something was easy for me I will tell you about it. If something was hard I will tell you about it.

So here is what Insanity Asylum is about.

30 Day Sports Training Program:

INSANITY: THE ASYLUM can get you to fly, slam, shoot, and move like an elite pro athlete. Are you ready for the games to begin? Former track-and-field star Shaun T will push you to Dig Deeper than ever with the first in-home sports-specific training program based on drills used by pro athletes. Commit to this 30-day program, and you’ll get an unbeatable athletic edge.

I consistently rank high in the search engines for Asylum reviews. Not because I’m some kind of big shot fitness guru, or because someone paid me to do it, my reviews rank high because I offer MY HONEST opinion and review of the videos that usually span 4 to 6 PAGES in length without cutting any corners and without hype. I am a realist as a person and as a reviewer.

 

#1 Speed & Agility – Review

Get quick on your feet—fast, with this intense cardio workout. Workout Length: 45 minutes

#2 Vertical Plyo – Review

Jump higher than ever with this lower-body training routine. Workout Length: 40 minutes

 

#3 Relief – Review

Stretch out to build long, lean muscle and increase your flexibility. Workout length: 25 minutes

 

#4 Strength – Review

Develop game-winning power by cross-training with weight and resistance. Workout length: 50 minutes

 

#5 Game Day – Review

Put your new sports skills to the test with this cross-training workout. Workout length: 60 minutes

 

#6 Back to Core – Review

Build the rock-solid core, glutes, and hamstrings you’ll need to get the explosive strength of elite athletes. Workout length: 45 minutes

 

Insanity Asylum Workout Videos

Also included are 2 bonus videos with the Deluxe Package!

 

Discover the improvements you’ve made in your fitness and skills with this performance measurement tool. Workout length: 25 minutes

 

Add this 15-minute monster to any Asylum workout to see if you’ve still got game….OK that little blurb sucked!

 

In addition to these workouts you will also receive:

 

An Agility Ladder:

Sharpen your focus and forum with this portable ladder, and you’ll get faster and more agile

 

 

Speed Rope:

Improve your foot speed, agility, and endurance with this ultimate training secret

 

 

Guide Playbook: Map out your 30-day transformation with this smart step-by-step guide.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nutrition Plan: Follow meals used by Shaun T and get ready for game day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Workout Calendar - Check THE ASYLUM Calendar daily to cross-train like a professional athlete

 

Get the Asylum Worksheet here.

Try this program with Beachbody’s 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee.

If you’re not satisfied with your results within 30 days, simply call Customer Service for a Return Authorization number to return the program for the full purchase price, less s&h, no questions asked.

 

 

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