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Insanity The Asylum Update

Insanity the Asylum is almost here and I am getting extremely excited to see what Shaun T has in-store for us this time around.  Those of you who have tried Insanity know that Shaun T doesn’t mess around.  Asylum takes the same concept of Insanity and turns it up to another level.  Word on the street is that it will be release MID APRIL so that means that this program is right around the corner.  If you have seen Shaun T lately you will have seen that he has taken his health/fitness to a whole new level.  He was in incredible shape in Insanity but he is now at a level of fitness that we all can respect.  The dude is ripped beyond belief.  He says that it is all because of Asylum’s training program and nutritional guide.  I for one am extremely excited to try it out and see  if I can reach the level that he has through this program.

This post is the last update that you will need to read.  It will answer most, if not all of your Insanity The Asylum questions.  What is Insanity the Asylum?  What comes with the program?  Who should try Asylum?  What workouts are in Asylum and how long is it?  Does it come with a Nutritional plan?

What is Insanity the Asylum?

Insanity Asylum is the first in home sports training system which focuses on building strength, balance, agility, power, and coordination. Insanity Asylum will be a 30 day program of progressive sports drills that will improve your skills, power, form, and focus, to help transform you into an elite athlete. The program will include a speed rope and agility ladder, to help you master the moves and improve athleticism. It also includes cross training with weights and resistance.  As you can see by the pictures, it is being called “Volume 1: Sports Performance”  This should be the first of several volumes that will transform your sports performance beyond anything you have done before.

The SCIENCE behind Insanity Asylum:

  • Cross training with speed, agility, plyometrics, core, strength, and balance exercises.
  • Series of progressions that take your results to the next level.
  • MAX Interval Training in a sports specific application.

What do you get with Insanity Asylum:

Six DVD’s with 7 workouts plus an Athletic Performance Assessment (FIT Test).

Workouts Include:

1. Athletic Performance Assesment
2. Speed and Agility
3. Vertical Plyo + Relief
4. Strength
5. Game Day
6. Overtime
7. Back to Core

What Comes with Asylum:

1. Wall Calendars
2. Training Guide
3. Nutrition Guide
4. Speed Rope
5. Agility Ladder

Insanity Asylum also comes with Hybrid Calendars!

This program will ship with 3 different, complete 30 day workout calendars.

1. Asylum
2. Asylum / Insanity
3. Asylum / P90X

So even though this is a 30 day program, you can easily do all 3 calendars for a 90 day program, using the workout programs you LOVE!

Insanity Asylum Nutrition Guide:

In this “Get Shredded” nutrition guide, you will get a 14 day meal plan. Shaun T encourages you to follow the 14 day plan twice for a 30 day period. If you follow the program, he promises results! Of course, you have to follow the plan!

 

 

What are the Core Benefits:

1. All areas of fitness, agility ladder, and speed rope, weights, bands, and chin-up bar.
2. Nutrition plan, energy, stamina, and peak athletic performance.
3. Sports training tools, skills, speed, endurance, coordination, and focus.
4. Proper form, improve mental toughness, and focus

 

Who should do Insanity Asylum:

  • Men and women in top physical shape
  • Extreme athletes
  • Graduates of Beachbody programs like P90X, Insanity, Turbo Fire, Chalean Extreme etc

Who should NOT do Insanity Asylum:

  • Beginners, pregnant women, people who aren’t willing to work hard, people who don’t consistently do high impact exercises.

How much will Asylum cost?

Right now the reported retail price is $89.85. I understand there will be a DELUXE option with more equipment included such as chin up bar, bands, etc. Shaun T also advised that people in the video are doing the workouts with and without equipment (demonstrating modified moves) so that even if you don’t have all of the equipment, you can still do this program.

As you know I have been doing P90X, Insanity, P90X Plus and The P90X: One on One videos for over 2 years now so anytime I can incorporate a new program into my routine I will do it.  I just finished my 7th hybrid round of P90X and plan on starting Asylum for the full 30 days as soon as I can get my hands on it.  Remember Insanity The Asylum will be out VERY soon. Keep checking back here because I will be posting it as soon as it is available.

Have any questions about Insanity the Asylum?  Feel free to comment and I will answer them as best I can!

Coach Sean 

2 comments
Grant
Grant

What additional equipment is needed besides what comes with the DVDs?

Coach Sean
Coach Sean

@Grant: For Asylum, you need a pull up bar or Weights. You can choose which you want to use.