Insanity: Asylum Volume 2 is now out! If you don’t know, Asylum volume 2 is the second installment of the Insanity Asylum workout series. Asylum was made as a sports driven workout program that will help you maximize your speed, coordination, agility and power. If you have seen some of my Asylum video reviews or if you are apart of my Facebook group, you will have seen that I love these workouts. It takes the intensity of Insanity and applies it to sport specific functions. You get to train like a pro athlete and take your fitness to the next level.
INSANITY: THE ASYLUM Volume 2 keeps your progress accelerating after Volume 1. It’s the next 30 days of pro athlete training designed to give you the elite mindset, skills, and body to dominate any challenge that comes your way.
It’s the next 30 days of elite sports training. You’ll build on what you started in Volume 1, get even more ripped, and take your performance to a level that’s almost superhuman. Shaun T trained you inside the Athletic Matrix to amp up your agility, speed, and power. Now Shaun takes your skills to the next level with his INSANITY: THE ASYLUM Volume 2 workouts—the next 30 days of pro athlete training designed to get your body leaner, faster, and stronger than ever. So you not only defeat the competition. You CRUSH IT!
DO I NEED ASYLUM VOL 1?
In a word, YES! Asylum Vol 1 is the foundation. You not only get the Agility Ladder and Rope, but you learn how to go from average to PRO. The first 30 days of Asylum Vol 1 will make sure that you are ready to go from PRO to ELITE! Putting 30 days of Asylum Vol 1 and 30 days of Asylum Vol 2 together, will give you the best 60 day program that you could possibly do, in my humble opinion.
HOW DO I GET STARTED?
STEP 1: GET ASYLUM VOL 1 : You will want to make sure you have the 30 day Asylum Vol 1 program FIRST. This will teach you they moves, get you accustomed to the Insanity “DIG DEEPER” style of training and make sure that you are ready for VOL 2.
Hey Sean, I've been doing the X/X2 hybrid and my plan is to stick with the 40/40/20 plan for most of the program, but i was looking at MFP and I saw that my percentages were off by a little. Some days it was 36/40/24, 38/41/21, and other percentages that were a little bit off. Is it okay to have the percentages a little off (like by 3%, or 4% at most)? Or should I get the percentages at exactly at 40/40/20 everyday?
Hey Sean, What workout program are you doing at the time? And i was also wondering if you do your workouts along with the videos or if you do the moves without the video (or just make your own workout completely)
Sorry i'm attacking you with questions, but you are soooo ripped and I just wanted to know what you do?
Hey Sean, do you have any cool moves that u and Tony do, that can be done at home. I have been practicing the parallel bar dips and the L-Sit timer thing, but I was wondering if there are any other awesome moves that you guys do? :)