P90X Vs Insanity Asylum Review

 

 

 

 

 

Compare P90X Insanity Asylum
Instructor Tony Horton Shaun T
Type Extreme Exercise Extreme Exercise
Price 3 monthly payments of $39.95 (+$19.95 s&h).

90-Day Money Back Guarantee.

3 monthly payments of $29.95 (+$14.95 s&h).

30 Day Money Back Guarantee.

Program Duration Duration – 13 weeks.

Weekly Schedule – 6 Days a Week.

Average Duration/Day – 55 minutes.

Duration – 30 days.

Weekly Schedule – 6 Days a week.

Average Duration/Day – 40 minutes.

Method/Technique Muscle Confusion, Cross Training, Periodization, Strength Training, Cardio, Yoga, Plyometrics, Stretching Sports Training, Speed & Agility Training, Max Interval Training, Plyometrics, Traditional cardio, Calisthenics, Strength, Core work
Compare P90X Insanity Asylum
Exercise Programs Chest & Back (Muscles worked – Pectorals, Back, Biceps, Triceps. Training Type – Strength Training. Duration – 52:50.)

Plyometrics (Muscles worked – Legs, Full Body. Training Type – Cardio. Duration – 58.36.)

Shoulders & Arms (Muscles worked – Biceps, Triceps, Shoulders. Training Type – Strength Training. Duration – 59:53.)

Yoga X (Muscles worked – Full Body. Training Type – Stretch. Duration – 92:24.)

Legs & Back (Muscles worked – Quads, Hamstring, Calves, Back. Training Type – Strength Training. Duration – 58:56.)

Kenpo X (Muscles worked – Full Body. Training Type – Cardio. Duration – 58:46.)

X Stretch (Muscles worked – Full Body. Training Type – Stretch. Duration – 57:32.)

Core Synergistics (Muscles worked – Full Body. Training Type – Strength Training. Duration – 57:27.)

Chest, Shoulders, & Triceps (Muscles worked – Pectorals, Shoulders, Triceps. Training Type – Strength Training. Duration – 55:44.)

Back & Biceps (Muscles worked – Back, Biceps. Training Type – Strength Training. Duration – 51:36.)

Cardio X (Muscles worked – Full Body. Training Type – Cardio Workout. Duration – 43:18.)

Ab Ripper X (Muscles worked – Abdominals, Core. Training Type – Strength Training. Duration – 16:07.)

Speed & Agility (Features – Intense cardio workout. Duration – 45 mins. Calories Burned – 590 cals)

Vertical Plyo (Features – Vertical Plyometrics for lower body training. Duration – 40 mins. Calories Burned – 620 cals)

Relief (Features – Stretching exercise to increase flexibility. Duration – 25 mins.)

Strength (Features – Sports cross-training w/weights. Duration – 50 mins. Calories Burned – 620 cals)

Game Day (Features – Sports Cross-Training. Duration – 45 mins.)

Back to Core (Features – . Duration – 45 mins. calories Burned – 420 cals)

Compare P90X Insanity Asylum
What do I get?
  • 12 workout DVDs
  • Fitness Guide
  • 3-Phase Nutrition Plan
  • PHASE 1 P90X Fat Shredder
  • PHASE 2 P90X Energy Booster
  • PHASE 3 P90X Endurance Maximizer
  • Workout Calendar
  • “How To Bring It” Video
  • 24/7 support
    • 6 Intense Sports Training Workouts
  • 1.Speed & Agility
  • 2.Vertical Plyo
  • 3.Relief
  • 4.Strength
  • 5.Game Day
  • 6.Back to Core
  • Sports inspired traning tools
  • 1. Agility Ladder-sharpen your focus and form with this portable ladder, and you’ll get faster and more agile.
  • 2- Speed Rope- Improve your foot speed, agility, and endurance with this ultimate training secret.
  • 3- Workout Calendar- Check THE ASYLUM Calendar daily to cross-train like a professional athlete.
  • 4- Guide Playbook-Map out your 30-day transformation with this smart step-by-step guide.
  • 5- Nutrition Plan-Follow meals used by Shaun T and get ready for game day.
  • Two free bonus items
  • 1. Athletic Performance Assessment-Discover the improvements you’ve made in your fitness and skills with this performance measurement tool (25 minutes).
  • 2. Overtime- Add this 15-minute monster to any ASYLUM workout to see if you’ve still got game.
  • If you survive 30 daysin the Asylum you get an TM committed T-Shirt
  • Compare P90X Insanity Asylum
    Equipment Needed Dumbbells/Weights or Bands (Workouts – Chest and Back, Shoulders and Arms, Legs and Back, Core Synergistics, Chest, Shoulders And Triceps, Back and Biceps)

    Push-up bars (Workouts – Chest and Back, Chest, Shoulders And Triceps)

    Pull-up bar or bands (Workouts – Chest and Back, Legs and Back, Back and Biceps)

    Chair (Chest and Back, Plyometrics, Shoulders and Arms, Legs and Back, Chest, Shoulders And Triceps, Back and Biceps, Cardio X)

    Heart rate monitor (Plyometrics, Kenpo X, Cardio X)

    Mat (Plyometrics, Yoga X, X Stretch, Core Synergistics, Cardio X, Ab Ripper X)

    Yoga blocks (Yoga X, X Stretch, Cardio X)

    Plastic plate (Core Synergistics, Chest, Shoulders And Triceps)

    Cardboard/Towel (Core Synergistics, Chest, Shoulders And Triceps)

    Dumbbells, Resistance bands and Chin up bars. Jump Rope and Aagility Ladder (both included)
    Compare P90X Insanity Asylum
    Pros Delivers results.

    90-Day trial period

    Deliver results

    Used by professional athletes

    Improves stamina, strength and agility

    Cons Expensive as compared to other similar programs

    Not for beginners OR those who want a “quick fix”

    Not suitable for overweight people

    May cause injuries

    Can be strenuous since it requires “Hard Work”

    Intense and Physically-challenging

    Not for beginners

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