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The first week was hell: As you said, I will just stretch the 60 day program to about 90 days with basketball in between. If you did that you would be changing the ratio of macronutrients. The thing is, some rules need to be met. The fit test is seriously better than most standard workouts. Keep the core tight! I drink it like that everyday.

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The thing is, that after the first week my body was back on track- I tell you, if you were once able to do those demanding exercises, then your body IS capable.

It just needs some initial push. My brother is way skinnier than me, but when he started Insanity he had trouble right after the first week, and he quit. About hurting yourself, no one can tell you for sure, but my guess is that you will be fine. My knee still ached when I started the program, but after the first week the pain was gone. My guess is that the muscles around it become more flexible, stronger, bigger, that they started giving way more support the balance exercises, as well as the yoga positions will take care of that.

The fact that you are overweight now has nothing to do with completing insanity. Sure, it will be harder, but even if you are in a good shape you will still have to push to a higher bar, thus again facing the same difficulty.

Finally, about the space- if you plan to do the program one at a time, then you will need a space of approximately 2X2 meters. If both at once, then something slightly over that, though you can make combinations. Another thing I forgot to mention- Although I was skeptical that exercise alone can get rid of stubborn fat I always looked to find the solution more in terms of nutrition , this program convinced me otherwise. Although the results were better after incorporating healthy diet mainly protein centered , it melted stubborn fat even on its own.

Make sure to notice that even during the first week. I really appreciated your comprehensive review. I am just on Day 3 of Insanity, and was very heartened by all that you had to say. I am not following the meal plan — in fact, I just signed up to receive meals delivered from a weight-loss company — I hope this will be okay. Anyway — thanks again for such a great review. Just make sure to eat more protein, as well as healthy fats. Carbs are useful to, but keep them in smaller portion.

And eat 5 to 6 times a day. This is a great review and has certainly given me more impetus to get to the end and see the results. I intend to run through insanity starting in January for a second time. My reason for this is that I want to get to a point where I can start Insanity with a running start. Initially in the fist 2 weeks I was doing the push ups from my knees instead of the usual plank position. Although, I am now finding doing them not too bad.

I am in week 3 of Insanity just now. I have already seen big differences. I have already lost 3 inches off my waist, and lost 16lbs in weight. In the past I did a bit of boxing, and doing this programme has given me the energy to go out and hit the bag after every session for about minutes. Although this is not necessary, I am enjoying the new found energy that I have. I am not following the food plan although I am eating extremely healthily in my own way. I have cut out everything apart from healthy foods, and ones that are recommended.

Its the savouries that were my downfall. Now though, instead of eating crisps etc, I will have a few olives. I find it amazing that there is such cameraderie and comradeship through this programme. I wish I had found it years ago.

I live in a pretty remote area in Scotland, so I am doing this on my own. Its great to come on places like this and get a boost in motivation and the confidence to succeed. I started it with the same thought in mind- looking for people and forming somewhat of a community for Insanity enthusiasts. And the interesting part is that everyone who ever tried Insanity will spare some of their time to help other comrades enrolled in the program. I too plan to start Insanity again.

Like you said, I need to see how it is when you start with power, in a very decent shape. You will see after you are finished with it. Your results are great so far. Though not just calculate the pounds, since remember that you are gaining a LOT of muscle too. Forget about the weight scale, see the progress in the mirror, by touch, feeling the stubborn fat melting. I started Insanity with the goal to get as ripped as I can.

I was pounds at the start, and weighted at the end. I lost 14 pound through the entire program, but I dropped to an incredibly low body fat percentage, as well as added some muscle mass and a lot of definition. Diet helped a lot too. Olives is a great idea to keep eating healthy, I will try that. Try incorporating cabbage or broccoli and see the fat literally melting away.

Slight muscle loss can be expected, but you will have a lot of muscle definition. The quads for example are gonna get really ripped, as well as your side abs. There is a video in the program for gaining upper body mass that is not included in the schedule, but you get it anyway.

That can help you- you can change some of the more cardio oriented exercises videos with this one. Though I think that it only comes with the deluxe package. You can try some additional exercises, but that will be beyond hard. Due to the low body fat percentage, any muscle you gain will be very noticeable. Ha, so you found the review: My plan was maybe a week later, since I want to use the sunny days to workout outside more.

Last week was preparation, I plan to do the same next one too, so I believe I can be ready for the 17th to start with more power: Will let you know. Let me know when you will start. I am thinking of trying out insanity for getting definition but also want to add some muscle mass but I am not sure if it is right for me..

I know the workout has a lot of pushups but does it workout cover back, shoulders, arms as well? Insanity can give muscle growth as well as muscle definition. I live in an apartment 4th floor in NYC. Is this something you can do without disturbing your neighbors, or will all the movement be too much noise? Is there a lot of jumping involved? I am really interested in the workout, but am nervous about the noise in an apartment. This is in fact a sound concern. Insanity does have a lot of jumping involved.

The only day without jumping exercises is Thursday. However it is good that the workouts last something longer than 30 minutes, so I guess you can try explaining to the neighbors. Hi Slavko and thanks for the review. Im on day 17 today been religiously following it.

Hi I just started the Insanity workout with my cousin. I had a baby and the extra weight never left me. I am on the first week and… OMG! I really wanted to quit during the fitness test. But I stuck with it. I am not nearly as fast or accurate as the people on the screen but with practice I am getting it. Its only been a week and I can actually play outside with my son or walk a short distance without getting tired.

I can actually breathe again. I feel good and I am very proud of myself. This review was really good, and your right this is not for everyone.

You have to motivate yourself to get up and do this. I like to workout in the morning and get it over with Also I walk before the workout to a little warm up for myself, I find this very helpful.

I wasnt looking for a 6 pac or a beachbody, I just want to feel good again, being overweight is not a good feeling expecially when your not use to it. So anybody who is in a situatuon like me just keep pushing! We can do this! Congrats about the progress Roslyn!

You are right, motivation is crucial. You are surprised now as for how good you feel. Wait a week or two and you will be even more surprised. Keep pushing, and good luck. You can do this! My daughter and I started the insanity workout 1 week ago — Im 51 and lbs and she is 25 and had her second baby 2 months ago.

She wanted me to do it with her for motivation. Before this I was working out X week- mainly walking on treadmill. We are both struggling to keep up with the people on the video but seems each day we do a little better.

Neither one of us can do more than 5 pushups at a time, but started out only being able to do 1 or 2. My problem is the excersises that jump down to the floor to do stuff and then jump up and then down again.

Will this get easier? Also we are wondering if it would be beneficial to do the first month twice to get in better shape before moving onto the 2nd month. Also our time schedule is gonna make it hard especially if you have two workouts in one day.

We are mainly looking to lose weight and feel healthy. Thanks for your time. You just made my day Pam! You will see huge progress as the time progresses. The important thing is to not push the pause button, and give YOUR max. The second month is somewhat more extreme, grant you that. However, you can try and see how things are going. I wish both you and your daughter good luck, and keep pushing forward.

Drop a line or two when you are deeper into the schedule. I would love to hear how things are going. Considering Insanity because of this review, it really means a lot. As healthy as you can. It all really comes down to that. Play football twice a week but made a concious decision to lose the fat before xmas.

Once I started doing some reasearch I came across the Insanity programme. The results sound impresive dont all fitness programmes but the reviews are what sold me. Thinking of taking a photo diary of the change in my body ovet the next 60 days, see how the change compares to the official reviews on the website! I was shocked about how much I thought I was in shape.

It pushes you to dig as much as you can, so you will get surprised each and every time. Taking the photo diary is a great idea, otherwise we tend to not notice the change to the real degree. So, Insanity got delivered on Saturday, I planned to start today, which I did. I usually laugh in the face of feats of fitness as I am very able-bodied and willfully motivated….

On just the fit test!! The fit test is seriously better than most standard workouts. I also completely understand why this program is well complimented with a support group of peers…. Enjoy Amanda, and keep digging: Thanks for the great review, been looking around for something this detailed and you hit the nail on the head and covered all the basis.

For anyone with hesitations, get motivated and just do it! Hi Erica, I see that we resemble a lot in terms of our relationship with Insanity: I too am addicted. Was planning to start next week, but probably will enjoy the outdoor workouts for another week.

I want to start with power this time; compete with Tanya she is a machine: Drop a line from time to time and let us know how are things going.

Take care, and good luck with the program. I am glad to read such a comment, I am an overweight person and I weigh around pounds.

I have posted also a comment. I Want to know like If I followed the program and the diet will this be enough for a significant change for me. I really need to lose weight with a good diet plan that can fit me well. I recently started working in a multinational company so the long hours with a full suit is killing me because I have trouble wearing suits for a long time and even sitting for a long time.

Thanks a lot and please reply: I work out daily at the gym doing cycling and weight training. I also do the P90X workout. Would the Insanity workout be too intense for somone of my age? That really depends Karen. The thing you see, that is distinctly different about the Insanity workout, is that it tests you to the limits. No matter whether you are just fitness enthusiast, or fanatic, Insanity is all about determination. You are 56 years young, and if you take Insanity it will show you just that: The least I can tell is that you are into fitness.

So believe me when I tell you- You will enjoy this workout. Hi Slavko, Amit here — I have ordered Insanity and waiting for the shipping: I have few questions for you. I am 5 feet 6 inches guy with pouns of weight.

I do regular cardio 5 days a week from 18 months. Though i lost 22 pounds in first months, I am not loosing weight any more from long time.

Will insanity help in this case? Also i am indian guy and cook my food at home mostly Vegeterian. No junk food or cold drinks at all. Is the diet mentioned in insanity manageble to people like me? Glad you took the challenge: Regarding the diet, you can pull it out I guess, but you can also modify things for yourself. Surprisingly, they were loosing weight, although on a tiny scale. Granted, the results will be 10 times better if you do, but… You can follow your own healthy food choices and be just fine with it too.

I followed the diet only briefly, if that helps, and saw some great results. You say you do regular cardio, and thus are unable to see any more results. This my friend, is nothing alike with anything regular.

So you do the math: Hi Slavko, Thanks a lot for the reply, you made my day: Keep posting the good articles. Your website is very useful to people who are searching right piece of information on internet. Just ordered my insanity package just waiting for it to arrive, just a few questions really. I can start to see my abs at the top but struggling to get a flat stomach!!

Is the the one for me?? Hi Chris, and welcome to the Insanity community. In short, this is the thing that gets you ripped. No huge muscle gain, even some slight muscle loss if you are the bulk type. However, it will drain fat from your body, and the muscles would appear sculpted and defined.

Take care, and enjoy Insanity: I see you are doing great so far. You completed month one. I would like to hear about that. Do you notice some change? And now things are getting more intense. Watch a close eye on the diet, since you can sometimes lose control due to the intensity of the exercises. I remember I overate couple of times because I was feeling hungry beyond words.

Things can always be better, but alas, sometimes even the most determined and motivated ones confront obstacles. I too missed couple of days due to a cold. As for lowering your body fat percentage, it is possible. Stop worrying about numbers and measurements, and just enjoy the ride- I learned this, and it changed things quite a bit.

Results will appear or not regardless whether you are measuring them or not. Be proud of yourself that you came so far, and keep pushing! I guess that by now you are in love with Insanity- the intensity, the pain, the adrenaline, the great feeling you get while you are doing the drills, the whole team from Beachbody. Loved this observation of yours Slavko! To be honest,The max. I fighting to complete this month.. So I decided to do as much as I can.

I changed my routine.. Now am waking up at 7: I felt my body so week and my mouth thirsty.. After I finish insanity.. Your questions are always welcomed my friend! We Insanity comrades should stick together. Btw I love talking about the program: Granola bars are best for small meals. You can also add nuts. There are not that many people who can get there with Insanity.

Just do them according to YOUR limits. About getting thirsty… I too had the same problem. Try drinking one or two glasses more during the workouts. You will see some muscle building there. With the Insanity workout melting the fat, the effect will be quite bigger. As for the pull up bar, I cannot say for sure. It pretty much activates muscle groups that are hard to activate otherwise.

It is a compound type of exercise meaning it activates more muscle groups at once. I never tried the P90X so I cannot say for sure. Keep the core tight! For the first week I had no idea what this meant until I did some googling. It makes a huge difference, works your abs and glutes so much more when you keep your core tight throught out the exercises. I read a few of your followers asked about working out on a carpet, and how expensive those big mats cost.

I got around this by using a yoga mat. Since most of the sweat drips of me when in plank positions i just plank over the top of it and save my floor from getting covered in sweat!

Not at all Michael. Your advice is always welcomed here. As for your progress so far, congrats! Regarding the core and tightening it constantly. I never really focused so much on the core out of the abs section workouts. But this is great. This way a lot more muscle fiber is torn, so a lot more muscle gain in return. This will definitely come handy. Thanks again, and please drop a line or two again to inform us about your progress as well as maybe some other awesome advice.

Hi there, I came across this workout on Australian Infomercial last week and have been thinking about trying this out. Your review has been SO helpful, so firstly wanted to say thanks.

Also helpful, were the comments and your answers, as I was also concerned about the push ups comment you made, but answered above. I weight train at the gym about 3 days a week and after a conversation with a trainer about my Vegetarian diet, have been drinking 2 protein shakes a day 3 on training days , as an attempt to up my protein intake. I have always wanted a toned body and have felt my late start and diet, has affected the possibility of getting real results.

So, my concern is about the diet needed for this workout, and as a Vegetarian, was wondering if this would affect my ability to do this workout? Hi there Irene You are about to make the right choice with the Insanity workout as to cement the change in lifestyle for good.

You can have a lot of protein even with vegetarian, just try and find food rich with protein. You already have nuts, almonds, peas, beans, sweetcorn, watercress 3 grams of protein per grams serving … try and read about Shakeology as well. I finished first month of the insanity program. I definitely see results on the scale. But my problem is that every morning I am really sore and not fully recovered. This affects on the workout I am doing that day.

I am following the diet plan quite properly and also drinking whey protien and casein night time protien. Infact also taking fish oil and multivitamin. First let me say congrats. Recovery wise you would try more rest. Go to bed earlier, since otherwise you are putting your body through additional stress. You can also try massage, but more rest itself would suffice. Though remember that this is the elite of fitness, sometimes it just hurts.

Hi Slavko, Sorry, never got change to thank you. I will keep that in mind and infact will find some massage today itself. I think I am getting better at recovery. Also I have trouble sleeping since i had gained tons of weight. Although its getting better i am trying each and every possible thing to get the best sleep I can.

Currently I am getting like hrs only. Ill work on it too. Thanks again and its great what you do. I am a fan of this site and come here often to read reviews even though m in the last week of Insanity. You said gaining weight though. Did you mean more muscle? And then a protein shake after I workout.. How do you think that sounds. Hi Chris Glad hearing about your progress. As for your diet, you are doing great already. I personally would try and replace the dried fruit with some fresh one, since a lot less carbs that way, as well as way more vitamins and minerals.

Also you will need that water from fruits to keep you hydrated. Another thing I would add is cabbage, since containing I3C it will help you melt the fat.

Everything else looks just great. Also try and give yourself a day in the week usually Sunday where you can eat whatever you like. It helps the hormone balance, as well as gives you some additional energy while making you less cranky. Hi Slavko, Dan here. I started month 2 fourth day tomorrow and boy is it hard!! Always had a strong upper body but core and legs were horrible!

I eat 5 meals at cal each. Should I add result and recovery and eat more? My ultimate goal is lbs? And I def find myself answering and talking to Shaun lol I loved that you said that!! Hi Dan Glad hearing about your results so far. This is a life changer man. Try eating more, but stick to fruits and vegetables. Drink more water too. Month two just started, you will get used to it a after a while.

Try adding two or three snacks where you eat an apple or two. It should give you some more energy. The thing is to not let yourself feel hungry. Keep digging, you are so close to your goal. You will find that after Insanity it gets easier to maintain that weight and even lose some without any particular effort.

Yes please go ahead and add the keeping the core tight tip to your guide. Would be very happy if it helps anyone out with their insanity workout. Hi David I too had a problem with my knee but nothing that serious. I was doing nothing for a month before I started the Insanity. After the first couple of days I felt the pain in my knee again, and at the time I was uncertain whether I will continue with the Insanity.

The pain disappeared after the first week though, and my guess is that it was due to the muscles surrounding the knee getting stronger and taking the whole stress. I will advice you to start slowly and see how things turn out.

I was very surprised that I actually got better, but you may not have the luck. Six months does sound like a lot though. Were you doing some demanding physical activity recently. Did you test yourself as for how much you can stress the knees?

Been looking at stuff I can get from a local health shop franchise. Hi Michael It looks OK to me. This time my second time doing Insanity- see this post too http: I just eat more fruits and vegetables, and with that I cover the carbs part.

Hi Nina Great for considering the Insanity: This program is focusing more on weight loss and getting that ripped look muscle definition before anything else. You gain muscle, yes, but nothing too bulk. Go and see the girls from the videos, I think that sums it up. Your review was awesome and answered many of my questions about what to expect from the program. Anyways, my question is whether or not you are still seeing gains now that you are doing insanity a second time?

Similar to the young lady that commented earlier, I will be doing insanity workout in the morning along with some combat sports training in the evening. After I finish a first time I want to do it again to stay in tip top shape. My fitness goals are to increase my endurance, strength and overall fitness to the next level. I want my opponents to be overwhelmed with a good mix of technique and fitness.

Training for combat sports is similar to this max interval training since I train for multiple three minute rounds with a short rest in between rounds. I feel insanity is the answer for my training goals because it seems to help you fight against hitting a plateau and pushes you past your limits. If adrenaline and challenge is what you are after, you will have plenty of both here.

Speed is at an entirely different level. You will be amazed by how much control over your movements this program grants you. Have a great day! I would really love to hear about the performance part. Doing it the second time results are here too. I do have a specific problem and would like to know if I am the only one. I am in the second week of month 1 of Insanity.

I do not follow the nutritional plan, I am trying to do my own healthy meal plan. The problem I am facing is that I am not able to eat the amount of calories I am suppoosed to. For example, I am supposed to eat around calories a day, but in the evening I still have left. I eat often, small portions. I am just not hungry, do I need to force myself to eat all that calories to fulfill the needs of my body or is it ok to eat less?

Thank you for your answer. Hi Petra You should be happy: Your body not requiring that much food, you actually have a better start even there. Some people convert energy harder others do it easier.

Sometimes it is about the genes and every individual is different. By all means eat as much as you feel is enough. Try eating healthy as to supply the body with the right amount of nutrients. Another thing, I know that you recommend to do Insanity workout and only Insanity: I am trying to avoid the workout at least on my game days. Or do you think it is just not possible to get the same results? You are welcome Petra. Have a court right next to my house, so I played more than I can recall.

As for the results, I think you will not see a huge difference, though there will be less of them if skipping workouts. It also depends on the intensity of your play. If your goal is to be in great shape, and you are not in a hurry, then you can stretch the workouts into more than two months, while switching between Insanity and basketball from day to day.

There are a lot of people doing some mix between Insanity and P90X or Insanity and other sports and exercises in the gym. If you find something fulfilling as you do with basketball then my advice is to switch occasionally. You will have more fun and overall a great experience.

I may just do the same next month, since my friends are trying to persuade me to join them in swimming sessions. Take care Petra, and drop a line from time to time. You are always welcomed: As you said, I will just stretch the 60 day program to about 90 days with basketball in between. I will let you know how it went.

I keep pausing every min and rest to catch my breath. Thanks for the honest and thorough review. I just started the Insanity workout yesterday. Being that active, I suspect that you are about to enjoy the program. Good luck Michelle and have fun. Hi slavko, Thanks of your great review of insanity workout. I get 7 hrs sleep, have 4 meals including my whey protein. Just try and add in some additional sleep, maybe another meal, and see if you can limit all the other physical activities for now.

Will probably order it tonight! Is it okay to workout eve if you are still sore from the day before? Im assuming yes, but figured I would get your input. Foods like nuts and almonds also give a great substitute for protein shakes. They are great for snacks too. As for the second question, here is the thing… Insanity is focused more on weight loss and muscle definition, hence less muscle gain. There is still a lot though.

Regarding the lack of muscle recovery- it perfectly fits into this equation. Intense weight loss, muscles defined more than with any other workout, muscle gain not that much due to the lack of rest. You will for sure see a lot of muscle gain in the squads and pecs, however the abs are just going to be more defined, not a lot of gain there. Hi Slavko, Your review was very insightful and motivating. My name is Zoe and I am 39 years old. Was a professional tennis player and a water ski champion.

Have been doing military fitness for many years and practicing Bikram yoga for over 12 years. A year ago, I had a spine surgery lumbar discectomy which was probably the best thing that ever happened to me!!

I resumed all of my activities after the 3rd month since my surgery. Would you think I am a good candidate for the Insanity workout? Also, because I live in between two cities, I travel extensively. Being a fitness junkie you are about to love this one: Hate it too from time to time, as it will push you to the limits… As for whether is this ideal for you… You can try and see.

Good thing are the balance exercises and the yoga poses which, in my opinion, will definitely improve your posture and strengthen the muscles supporting your spine. Traveling between two cities this is even better than any other option. You just put the CD, put the shorts and sneakers and push play. It is time efficient more than anything else. Hey thanks for your quick response to my other comment!

I do have another question though, have you heard of insanity the asylum? Any plans on trying it? Good thing it only lasts for a month. Probably gonna try it somewhere after January. I have 3 weeks of Insanity left. I have just had a week off it, then in 2 weeks time I go away again for a week. Do I carry on doing it as and when I can until I complete, or shall I do something else for 2 weeks then start month 2 again when I get back?

If you are not in some hurry with results you can really tailor the schedule according to your taste. It will deliver either way. I too had missed couple of days when I did it the first time, and thought about adding additional workouts into one day. That would have been stupid I suppose.

Instead I continued and added those two or three days after the program ended. Many thanks for the brilliant and unbiased review of the Insanity workout. It was so good I read it twice. Should I do extra workouts at the end of the week sundays or should I take a day off instead to recover the body? Hi Sal My pleasure. As for the first question- My advice would be to take the rest. The program is very intense, and it is designed so that your body can take enough stress and then rest for one day.

Even that is too much as you can see. Give the muscles time to recuperate and grow. As for the second question- I guess you are referring to repeating the whole program. If so, then I would advice you to take some rest first. Maybe even visit a doctor as to see how your body is doing… to make sure you can go for it again right after one week.

My advice would be to try doing some of the exercises after one week of total rest. Make a hybrid routine, mostly cardio recovery and balance exercises, and then after two weeks of completing the program for the first time, go for it again. I am going to order this program. I never really had trouble with my weight until after college.

I guess I have become so frustrated about not loosing weight that I kind of just gave up. I have been eating breakfast at about 7: I guess I need to know if this will interfere with results or not.

Thank you so much for an honest review. It will definitely change the way you look at fitness. As far as loosing weight goes, you will be able to notice decent results right away- even after the first week.

Just try to squeeze some fruit here and there as an additional snack, and you are all set. Also try to make your meals protein centered and add some healthy fats into your diet. The rest is just being determined to push the play button each and every day.

The great thing is that you played sports and the fact that you love them. This will help a LOT. I recently became a fitness coach, and there is a huge difference between those in my class that played some sport and those who never tried any physical activity whatsoever.

This partially solved my dilemma when one girl in the class who was slightly overweight was able to commit harder than the rest who were already in pretty decent shape.

The thing is she played tennis when she was younger. So I guess that being into sports helps quite a lot. My husband and I will be starting insanity Monday and we are super excited. Beating hubby is also a good motivation I will not let him complete the program with out me … So here goes nothing Marie.

Recently, I started coaching a group of ten, and I really find it a lot more interesting than doing it alone. Of course sometimes it is also fun to lock yourself up and push pass your limits leave the fitness nerd alone: As for worrying over whether being the athletic type matters, tell you what- insanity will make you the athletic type: I noticed this with my brother.

He asked me to give him the set as to try how it goes. He never finished it, but being the least athletic it is peculiar as for how he started going to the gym, became more agile, and recently decided to join the fitness class that I coach.

In a way, at least partially, Insanity made him the athletic type. Him and all the others from my group who were, quite honestly, hitherto couch potatoes. If you consume the calories needed a day does it matter what you eat long as the calories add up, or should it just be the proteins carbs and fats that add up to the calories! Also is the recovery drink really needed or is chocolate milk ok? Hi Tia, Following the diet plan which is included in the Insanity program may sometimes, quite honestly, be really hard.

Therefore, I would recommend only trying to eat as much of fruit and vegetables as you can, and try to include as much lean protein as possible.

Try to add some meat and slightly detach from carbs. Then for the rest of the program, just try to eat more fruits and veggies and add even more protein mostly meat and fish- preferably roasted.

The recovery drink is a plus, but you can go even without it. After each workout see if you can consume some chocolate milk or a spoon or two of honey. Oh, it is also great to have one day in the week Sunday comes as the most logical choice when you can eat whatever that you want, in whatever quantity you find pleasing: I sneaked peaked on some workouts of the second month, Boy does that look hard: Any tips on getting threw that month?

Congrats Med for the progress!!! Also add some more protein and pay an even closer eye to hydration. Remember, you are training like a professional athlete, so rest and take care of your body like one too. This is such a great review! I am a 17 year old girl and I have been wanting to buy this program for quite some time now.

About a year ago, I went on a diet and went from lbs to lbs in three months, but I didnt lose all the body fat around my abdoment, back, and legs. I have always been physically active I was in Tae Kwon Do for 6 years, playyed soccer for 5 years, and played varsity volley ball during my senior year this year but I know that Insanity will push the limit of my limit.

I ordered Insanity immediately after reading this review, and I cant wait to get it in the mail! I have always had the will power and strength to push myself to physical activity, but, like you said, this is some crazy stuff. In other words, how can I keep myself from slacking off? Hi Victoria The fact that you are excited about the workouts says quite enough in terms of whether or not you will be committed. With Insanity being as hard as it is, the mental struggle will be accompanied by muscle soreness and feeling fatigue the first couple of days.

Just get through the first week or two, and then it gets quite addictive. I know there is a calorie equation that I can set up to maintain my weight.

But, my question is; Do you think it will shrink my legs in butt? Or will it tone?? It is all toning if you ask me. Eating the right amount of protein ensures muscle building instead of muscle loss.

The fat will get melted away. Not that big in fact. The thing is, muscle building happens under certain circumstances, the ideal of which are huge stress to the muscle preferably one muscle group one time per week, like bodybuilders do , a LOT of protein and have in mind that grams of chicken a day is not even close , sleep somewhere in the range of 7 to 8 and a half hours, a lot of hydration, vitamins, minerals….

Some people do all of this and still find it hard to add some lean muscle. And they are at it for years. So my point being- you will get fat loss, hence muscle definition. Some muscle gain too, but all in the lines of aesthetic looks. Nothing excessive if you ask me. For guys it is almost the same, with of course more muscle added. The Insanity workout will change you day after day, so you will see immediately whether you like the results or not.

Hint- you will ;. Hi there, Thanks for the comprehensive review. I found it while I was searching for insanity workout results. I am on my recovery week. My question is I have only lost 3 pounds so far. Will I lose more?

I have seen results. My last 2 babies were c sections. I lost the baby weight. Started doing p90 and toned up with p90x.

That was 2 years ago. My stomach was toned and flat then too. I would just like my stomach to get back to being flat again. I eat well and count my calories too. I eat a day. My question is when is there a much more visible difference with abs? Is this what I should expect? Again thanks for the review. I actually feel this amazing sense of accomplishment everytime I get done a workout. Curious how to figure out what macros you fall into?

I actually used the 21 Day Fix program as a basis and then after doing multiple rounds tweaked it to my needs and body type. Check out my spread for the week below. I always try to stick to whole natural foods for the most part.

Ground turkey stuffed bell peppers 3: I love eating food that nourishes my body and gives it the real energy I need. Below is a breakdown of my macros:. Missing from the picture is the 30g of cashews I have which brings my calorie total to 1, Dry, Carbs and Canned Goods: Can you supply the recipes for this meal prep plan? Macro Meal Plan calorie and Recipes for the Week.

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