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Insanity Max 30 Review – Shorter and More Effective Insanity
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Insanity Vs P90X: Comparing Workouts

Insanity Asylum Vol 1 or Insanity Max 30? It all depends on what are you aiming at- if you would like to get even more ripped and add some muscle too, then go with Asylum. Max, although being very hard, is designed mostly for weight loss.

So, if you want to drop even more pounds of fat tissue, Max out: Im still deciding between T25 or insanity max: Im 21 and overweight at the moment but have done sports all my life and love to push myself sometimes too much where i need to be real and stop i wanna loose the weight fast, but im a flight attendant and im traveling all the time, i wanna know which u think will be better for traveling and taking into different places.

Should i start with T25? In max 30 its using your own body weight, its hard but great. The modifier in max 30 is a lot better as well as you can choose to split screen between shaun and the modifier.

Hey Rob how are things going so far? Any tips to share? How is your Max time- progressing fast enough? As Rob said, Focus T25 requires weights in its second month. Having said that it is very hard with regards to practical considerations. Max, though harder a lot harder, in fact takes use of the modifier and can be done even by someone who struggles with elementary fitness though I recommend it only to those who are ready to give in their best.

While others require to be fit in order to even have a chance to enter Asylum , Max can take you there in no time. Resistance bands are OK to leave behind, though I cannot say the same thing about dumbbells. Here is the thing though- there is only one video where you use the dumbbells, the strength video, and all the others are bodyweight only.

Whatever you do before stepping into the asylum, make sure it is easy and gives you enough room to prepare, and moreover rest. To answer your question about dumbbells again- you will have great results nonetheless, only maybe a bit less in terms of strength and muscle mass. I have been scanning the web for reviews and impressions and this report and reflection of Insanity Max 30 is just spot on, good job!

The tips section is gold and so true. Calm and smile, exactly the right attitude for this crazy package. The concept really is phenomenal. I use a sports tracker app to write in my max out time and make notes of the workout, it has really helped me advance and reach the next level. Are you planning to do a retrospective on the whole thing? I really hope you will. Cheers and thanks for a great review.

Finished and now taking a weekly dose of two or three workouts. Still loving the challenge. Glad to hear that you are having a great time. And congrats for the results so far. I finished month two at the end of February. I have also gone back and sporadicly re-visited some of the P90X3 and T25 workouts and even a few of the previous seasons of Insanity. They are fine and all but I have to say they fade in comparison. I keep coming back to Max: I maxed out at I think I eat pretty well and always get hours sleep a night.

Does anyone have any suggestions how I can reduce the aches? Do I need to add in a stretch or will my muscles just ache less the more they get used to the workouts? Congrats for sticking with when it gets hard. A massage sometimes makes all the difference, so that might be a plus. Your max out time is fantastic, so it might be that you are pushing yourself too much- always a good thing, and usually an indicator that you are going to have great results. Hey Andy For me week one was no doubt the hardest in terms of aches.

Especially my thighs, had to skip one day in week 1 because of that. Thank you for both of the replies. You were both right the aches are much less severe now although still there. Although yeah a massage is a good idea my legs especially are still sore especially after sweat and Friday Fight.

I am also trying to maintain weight as much as possible I dont want to reduce my weight just tone up what I have. Hope you guys all keep having great success with it too. I am about to start max 30 and love reading all these great reviews! I just started Max 30 this week and my daughter started on Tuesday as well.

We are keeping each other accountable and motivated during the workouts. I have done Insanity in the past but always had problems with my knees and was never able to complete it. The modifiers that are available are great and really help out a lot. My goals for this are to loose about 25 pounds and gain some definition in my muscles. I will keep you all posted how my 43 year old body holds up to the workout!

The body will eventually adjust. The P90X formula, as other people say, is great, though I use whey protein only and it seems just about enough. The modifiers are really something when compared to the Insanity workout, and they allow you to go strategically step by step.

The best thing is how your body slowly starts to adjust to the challenge. Great work so far Amy, congrats! And nice finding someone you can keep each other accountable with.

I really needed this while I was going through Insanity Max, and it makes a lot of a difference. Could you please help me to decide what to do? Hi Maria, I would personally start with the first day of the program. Have in mind that losing one day is not that big of a deal as long as you intend to follow through most of the time.

Besides, it can be easier for you to step into the workout with only four consecutive days of training for starters. This might be even better. I am 39 soon hitting 40 and I have decided to do this program. A friend of mine is a coach and convinced me to start working out.

I signed up and ordered the material. In the mean time I have two questions. Any advised on preparing before I get my package? Question 2 I have convinced my girlfriend to do the program with me. Any suggestion on motivators for couples that are starting the program together? No need to prepare other than some resistance moves or light jogging here and there if you can. You can start Max even without preparation though.

You will catch up in less than a week. Looking forward to the challenge! Shalom, thanks for the great review and feedback that people have posted. I have done insanity, Brazilian Buttlift, T25 and had great results. I am now looking to do Max 30 to drop off the extra pounds that I added with our second baby who is 7 months. My question is what pre and post drinks do you recommend?

How effective is it with toning loose skin? I have not ordered the program yet because I wanted to see review first. Looking forward to reading some more.

To answer your question, pre and post workout drinks are not entirely necessary. Sure, they will help with speeding up muscle recovery, and somewhat of muscle growth, but you can just as well go without them. If you consume enough protein throughout the day, then there is no need for additional supplementation. A simple whey protein shake will suffice. Take one after the workout and it will help with muscle recovery and growth. The ideal there is weight lifting, but this type of training comes very close.

I recently started using Beachbody Energy and Endurance formula about minutes before I workout. I have definitely noticed a difference! I know my times probably would improve a little anyways but the biggest difference is in the way I feel. I do my workouts in the morning and have a hard time waking up and getting started.

This is the first supplement I have ever tried and am not disappointed! My main reason for doing insanity max 30 was so I could be rid of the belly fat I have. I finished the program half a month ago and did not lose the fat at all. Although my stamina did increase. Can you write more about yourself- current weight, weight before the workout, describe your sleeping schedule roughly, and a thing or two about how your usual day diet plan looked like… This way I- as much as I can- will try to give any advice in some of these verticals, or objectively point where things are going wrong.

Also, tell me more about the intensity with which you were doing the workouts rest time, max out time, whether or not you were paying attention to correct form…. Insanity Max 30, as well as other workouts from Beachbody, give room for taking things lightly. You are the judge of your form, intensity… and some of us want to rush it through, not paying attention to the form of the exercises my brother did the same thing, figuring, at the end of a single session, that these workouts are very easy… next time I tried watching his form only to find out that he was doing everything half the way it should be done.

If this is the case, my advice is to slow down and focus more on form than anything else. Gutting but hopefully if I modify with max I can make it 60 days before they play up…fingers crossed…and by the way wow you look amazing! I only hope I could one day have a stomach like yours.

Day in and day out with Max 30 and you will see amazing results as well. One week of extra modifying and less-than-clean diet is nothing when compared to the two months you will definitely going to endure if you ease your start into it.

Hey Jodie, Great work, you will enjoy the results. Thank you for this review. It helped me alot in making the choice in buying Insanity Max: Im a martial artist and I like to push my body to its limits, and beyond.

Looking forward to getting my ass kicked again by Shaun T. Keep up the good work. Been playing around with Max for a while, it might be time to give it a full go. I choose insanity max 30 for the time, having done insanity and T I have put on weight on my stomach due to lack of trainning. So I choose max 30 to do this. Because with Insanity my I started to see my abs after 3 weeks. Completed my 8 weeks today, and I am fitter and able to do the moves better.

I found this impossible in the beginning, but I could not be beaten. I am going back to Insanity,on Monday. When finish back to Insanity max Insanity is my all time favourite. I just started max: Eating clean and balanced is all that it takes. Take the calorie suggestion as a general guidance but nothing more. Using only the principles of healthy eating outlined in the guide, along with some recipes is really enough. You will figure it along the way that is, adding or subtracting calories.

Oh, and another thing when it comes to diet. I always try to tweak things a bit and lower or raise my calorie intake depending to how content I am with the progress I say progress cause it is not only looks, but rather energy level and performance as well.

Sandra had some trouble logging in, so I posted her comment. Forgot to change the name, will ediit itt later. Hi quick question — your MAX out time…I assume you note this, catch your breath, and then jump back in right? You write your time down, and then continue with the workout as soon as you catch your breath. From there till the end of the workout it is no holds barred- do the moves, as many of them as you can, trying not to rest. If you must, take a few seconds to catch your breath, and go for it again.

The max out time is designed to track how far can you go without taking a break, measuring from the beginning of the workout. After that, it is on and off according to your ability. I was used to working out about 2,5 hours every morning before I started this program.

So, this is an improvement actually: At the end of each workout, I write down how long this specific workout took me to complete and, next time, I try to beat that time. Just an idea for some of you who might actually have more time to work out than only 30 minutes…. Especially since you say there is not a lot of weight for you to lose. Makes sense to move more slowly and thoroughly, and make sure you complete the complex movements the way they were meant.

This is way more important for muscle definition and growth, since you are encouraging correct form all the way- targeting the muscles way more. At the end of the day, we all prefer a certain way of working out and react differently to different methods of training. I finished month 1 of Insanity Max 30 last Friday. Sorry Slavko I forgot to mention that putting back some weight back on has discouraged me from doing month 2 of Max This sounds very illogical.

I cannot tell, honestly. How was month one? Intensity wise, nutrition, results? It is quite unusual to get some of your old weight back in only a couple of days. One intensity session with Max 30 and you will lose that again. I did Max Sweat two days ago and thought I was going to throw up in my living room…one arm burpees, people, one arm burpees!!. The results are amazing. I bought this to lose some fat, get leaner and get more muscle definition.

Insanity Max 30 is doing that and then some. Keep it up, ultimately you end up enjoying the madness more by the day: I still have to say this is the best dvd workout set I have ever done. My body has definitely changed for the good but not as much as my fitness.

Just thought I would check back in with you all. As a follow up to that I am all done now. I was definitely wrong about how much my body has changed.

Before and after pics almost look like a different person. I will say it again…this workout is awesome!!! Does this give helpful nutrition advice? I am currently doing T starting beta on Monday: Would max 30 be a good choice for me? Also I still have trouble with the T workouts…. I find them hard…lol. Guess I am just not as fit as all you guys: Only 3 simple rules: NO sugar especially sweet drinks , no junk, no fat food sauces included. There are recipes of healthy meals in internet, just do some research.

Love this work out! Let the video keep running and join back in when I can? Pause and play, pause and play…? Help me out here. Note the 1max out time, catch your breath and get back into it.

Next time you do the same workout be sure to have the max out time memorized it will help you to push further and beat yourself. Diet is my real issue and one I definitely plan to resolve.

Anyway my question is should I be diving in in my first week and maxing out possibly in three to five minutes or should I see how week 1 goes with the modifier and take it from there? Hi Great review and excellent tips. I have recently completed Insanity and Insanity Max 30 has arrived today, very excited about getting started. I lost 22lbs with Insanity and looking to loose another 28 with Insanity Max. I need to really up my game with regards to nutrition to make sure I get the best results.

Do you know anywhere I can get some weekly meal plan ideas to give me a helping hand with getting started with the routine. So, let me know. How did things went for you? I hope you already know this by now though: Hi,my name is abel and am Sweat intervals, though different from these other two workouts is somehow in a similar ballpark. Tabata strength though, is entirely different.

To answer your question then, it will be quite OK, though you may not have the same results in terms of strength, and muscle definition. It will also affect your result at the end in terms of weight loss as well. Not by a huge margin, but still. Hi I have a question, i just finished insanity max 30 and i wanted to know if you have any recommandation of beachbody programm to do after that?

My goal is to weight loss and define muscle. I played basketball throughout HS so i did mostly cardio. I run every morning but I need a workout plan to tell me what to do so I can follow it. I really just want to gain some visible muscle, lose weight,and gain back my cardio.

Max 30 sounds intense but I find it very interesting. Or what workout plan should I try? Max 30 is great for muscle definition, and it will get you ripped.

Every bit of muscle in your body will show up. If you want more bulk though, you can simply add more intensity by resistance to your workouts less speed, more range of motion, correct form, and slower reps while paying the most attention to correct form, and tightening your muscles throughout each move. You should also add more protein to your diet. However, Max 30 is not intended for giving you a bulky appearance, so if you want that you should maybe try Insanity Asylum Vol.

I need to understand something: When you max out the first time, you simply write down the time. Then, you continue with the workout, though only within your own limits- meaning, if you need to take a break, you take a break.

As many times necessary be that 5,6,7, 20…. The goal is to take less breaks and make them shorter. You know your body best, so it is up to how you feel. However, try not to limit yourself mentally, and push harder every now and then.

Tell you what- every time you need to take a break, just go ahead and see if you can do one or two repetitions more. My son and I just finished week one of Max There are a couple of exercises I cannot do at all, even using the modified version.

Would doing a similar exercise be just as effective? Here are my concerns with Max 30 but hopefully you will be able to aleviate them.

To be honest about the modifications, there is something that most are not taking in consideration. The program is designed to be done as it is- no modifications, no nothing. That is, if you want to have the optimum results. However though, many people find it extremely hard, next to impossible to follow the pace. In the light of this, the modifiers are placed there as an alternative, and their primarily reason is to keep you into the zone, keep your muscles active preferably the same muscle groups that the original move is targeting but with lower intensity.

The only thing I can say is push yourself more every chance you get. The point of it is that once you spend enough time with the program- less modifiers or more- you will increase your strength, endurance, flexibility… Sensing this on daily basis, you will do the right modifiers where need be, or skip them altogether. As for the water breaks, the program is simply following the intended intensity curve.

When people fail to catch up, they usually quit- allow that to say something about you because you are still pushing forward congrats! Proper form- go slower and make sure you are doing it right. It is far more important than going faster, or doing more reps. I believe that all the attention should be pointed towards listening to your own body and learning its capacity.

Monitoring is, at least for me, a sort of a distraction from that. However, you can slow down a bit just when you are checking form and do an extra check on that as well.

Over time though, believe me, you will have more intuitive understanding on when is time to stop, slow down or speed up. I started to do Max Insanity 30… And I plan to do it for 8 weeks according to the workout plan… I feel great so far, but my question is: You can either repeat the program and do the modifiers more in order to step down on intensity while still keeping your shape.

Or, you can do one day and rest the other. Thanks for your awesome review — you look amazing! Anyway, when I went off of birth control last year, I found that it was harder for me to lose the extra fat around my tummy very frustrating. I eat very clean and take in about grams of protein per day — my problem? Max can definitely help you with those stubborn areas of fat, and I will even go ahead and suggest you try Asylum Vol.

As for nutrition, try and slightly up your protein and see what happens. Preferably right after workout. Same goes for healthy fats- a spoon or a half spoon of peanut butter, along with your protein intake right after workout. Add only that and see what happens. Also, try and eat more greens, tricking the body in that way. I have a lot of free time …….

You will cause your body shorts bursts of stress throughout the day- not advised for the results I think many people are hoping for.

You need one session of intense and targeted stress to your muscles, and a healthy diet and long hours of rest throughout the day afterwards for the body to recuperate, and hence grow your msucle tissue while draining fat. If you cannot manage to go through the whole workout, try the modifiers throughout. If still not- it is better to cut the workout in half, and do the stretching in full at the end and beginning.

Max out, write down your time, and then do as much as you can while taking breaks where need be. If you feel you cannot continue stop, and then do the modifiers if that helps.

Take many of them if need be, and longer ones as well. Get back to it when you can get back to it be that 10 seconds or a full minute or two, but leave the video rolling. Then, stop with the workout even if it is mid way or sooner. The day after, you will try again, and again, and again… Eventually you will get there, and see that all the while you were pushing, the results kind of took place.

If you are doing Max 30 only, then it is a very good transition, and you will achieve your goals most def. Hi, thanks for your very comprehencive review. Would you recommend that for me? Depends on how hectic your day becomes suddenly afterwards. If you are finishing your workout only to run to the shower and dresser and right out of home, then this may cause unpleasant levels of stress for the day ahead.

If not, there is nothing inherently wrong with doing your exercise in the morning, regardless of how intense it is. As the second week comes, you will have more awareness over how to pace yourself. I want to lose only 25 pounds.. Do you recommend this to me? However depending on your fitness level you will have to chose between the two. Also, much depends on your diet and lifestyle in general you will need hours of sleep. Having said that, these workout are your best bet of achieving your goal within the shortest time frame.

Hey, i start insanity max 30 2 weeks before. Seeing how Max 30 is an intense workout program, and you only have 6 hours of sleep available, I will recommend trying another program for starters. Maybe go with Focus T25, or P As for food, it is not entirely the main issue right now, though you must have the best diet regimen possible if you want to somehow endure Max 30 with only 6 hours of sleep and still get results, or even function throughout the day.

Here, if this helps, try reading these other two reviews of mine, of two programs I feel will be more suitable for your circumstances. I carry almost all of my weight in my thighs and butt.

The more you workout with the Max 30, the leaner your body looks. You will drain fat tissue, all the while promoting muscle definition. Any extra muscle mass created, will drain even more fat from your thighs.

And muscle mass, by all definition, is very lean, and occupies less space than fat tissue. Im Dayana and I came across this review. I would like to gain strenght and body muscle but without having to go to a gym, which I have before. I love sports but I dont know what option would be best for me to build up muscle and get stronger.

You will get stronger with Max 30, and there is no doubt about that. As far as muscle mass goes, you will not bulk up significantly, but only build slightly more muscle mass than what you have now, and define your body more muscle, less fat tissue. If however, you up the protein intake slightly, and increase the intensity of the workouts, you will gain more muscle mass and get even stronger. I have 2 children an 3 yr old and a 1 yr old.

I would like to lose the weight on my upper body especially the babyfat and gain some muscle on my lower body like legs and butt. I want your opinion. Sorry for being so late with my reply. This program can help you achieve exactly what you want. Only thing is, you will have to fight very hard for it. As a beginner, and not knowing your history with fitness, I will assume that you cannot start on a fast pace initially.

This program has a modified set of moves for each workout, so can start slowly and build strength and cardio condition. And having in mind that you are having a family and kids, the fact that Max 30 is taking only 30 minutes per day, kinda makes the most suitable program for what you have described. Pardon me,does the program DVD package able to ship to international country other than in USA or Canada after i buy it from online website?

So after a few months of t25 gamma to add a little muscle and climbing a mountain I am going to start this again today. I hope I enjoy it as much as last time. I think my cardio has dropped since I stopped doing this. So hopefully after a few weeks I will be feeling super fit again like last time!

Just keep pushing through the first couple of days, it gets much easier after that. I too sometimes forget how on Earth was I able to complete the program last year. But then, few of the modifications during the first couple of days, and I quickly get back in shape to test my metal.

Hello I have done insanity and lost 20 kgs in three rounds.. I am not eating clean.. Glad that you started Max If you enjoyed the results with Insanity, you will love this one. And yes, as far as being a vegan goes, you can make awesome abs as well- just need to know your way around the kitchen and pack enough protein.

Anyway, the formula will tell you a rough estimate. Though you can try and balance things out all by yourself. Belive me it is not that hard. Just start eating clean and healthy, and portion your food as much as your body needs. When hungry, attack the vegetables, no extra calories there. Ab attack comes with the cardio workouts, and you can do it as you please.

If you however go with the ab maximizer program additional kit, sold separately from Max 30 there is a schedule included and two extra ab workouts as well. For now, do the ab attack as you see fit. I am very interested in starting this program, definitely time to get back in shape!

My questions is, how much room is needed to effectively do this workout? I travel for work and am usually in a hotel room for 2 weeks a month with limited space. I imagine different workouts require varying amounts of space, so just trying to see if this would work out for my situation.

You can manage with less most of the time. I did Insanity when I was 52 to lose weight to help with my fave hobby, rock climbing. I remember doing the warm up for the first time and thinking, hell when will this stop, what kind of a warm up is this and then it just got worse.

I completed the program and lost 35 pounds and looked great again after years of being podgy. I moved onto T25 after that and found it good because of the reduced amount of time to do the workout but it was nowhere near as hard as Insanity apart from alpha total body and gamma extreme.

After completing that I continued with a T25 hybrid so as to stay in shape and then six weeks ago I started Insanity Max I maxed out at 7 minutes seems to be the killer time that when you start because it does your legs but by the end of week 4 I could get to 30 minutes on cardio challenge.

I finished week 2 of the second half of the program tonight. Anyway I thought your review was great and it will help me push on even harder for my last two weeks. Anyone out there who thinks they are too old to do this type of workout think again. Give it a go. Be sensible and listen to your body but just do the best you can and the results will make it all worthwhile.

Just a final word — I did the Friday fight round 1 with my 21 year old son who is one of those annoying naturally athletic types. He maxed out at 3 minutes thats still the warm up and quit on me after 15 minutes.

Congrats for the success so far, and for the determination to stick up with this insanely intense routine. Thinking about pushing the play button now, it gives me thrills: Btw, laughed so hard about how you challenged your son. I do that to many of my friends who are fitness rats and it always ends up funny. I tried insanity for the the first time 5 months ago and got through to the 6th week but then I got sick and did not see it through, now I wanted to start the program over again cause I thought max 30 was a lighter version of insanity, but after reading this review i realize it is not.

I am in the middle of the second week week of insanity, do you recomend I complete this program and then I try max 30 or should I just drop insanity and change to max 30? Also I have the impression that with insanity you burn fat as well as muscle, is this true? If so, does it also happen with max 30? First of all my advice would be to complete whatever program you are currently with.

The insanity workout, in your case, is a great program that will give you amazing results. The only issue I see here is time. Neither of the 2 programs burns muscle mass if you are eating enough protein. Chest are flat and more defined than ever, and so are arms and shoulders. It is harder than anything I ever tried in my life, but no pain no gain is my motto. And your review convinced me to go for it!! Cant wait to start! Thank you for your time to share the review of the program.

I went to the gym regularly until about 3 months ago, I just seem to have lost my motivation I got bored with my workouts but this program sounds like it will put me back on track. Max 30 will definitely keep you motivated throughout. I definitely want to complete this.

I feel like if I ever step out of line with it I have to begin all over again. Simply try to follow some principles of healthy eating and do your best. If you mess up one day, make sure to get back on track the other.

The continuous workout and increasing intensity the more you do it the harder you can push will take care of the rest. Besides, the more you invest yourself during the workouts, the harder it is becomes to break diet principles. Carbs are easy to handle- just take quinoa and brown rice and cook for two days ahead. The one, then the other. Same goes for protein- cook chicken enough to last for two days, and then you can go with fish.

Canned tuna can do the trick if you are out of stock with other protein sources. Legumes are a nice addition as well. I started with max out time of 6 mins and currently into the 4th week. I have touched 11 and a half minutes of max out time but it is varying depending upon the workout. But last week I was constantly above 8 minutes. This workout is great. It keeps me motivated to push further everyday. Going to gym was always difficult for me and I was falling short of exercise routines with limited gym equipment at my home but this workout has given me a new dimension altogether.

The only problem is I am unable to follow the diet plan strictly. Is that ok to be a bit flexible on that front? Kudos for the progress! As long as you are eating clean most of the time, you are fine. Sometimes it is nice to allow your body relax with a mouthful of cookies.

In the grand scheme of things, doing intense exercise day in and day out will take care of that. I have finished asylum 1 and asylum 2 workouts and I am now starting to do max The workout feels great and refreshing after two months of asylum training.

The question is will i lose the conditioning and strength gained throuhh asylum 1 and 2? Will max 30 maintain it? What about using max 30 as cardio after weight training? And also when i finish max 30 is it ok to do asylum 3 times per week for maintenance? Hey Zlatan, An asylum graduate here as well: Most intense month of my entire life for sure. Tell you what- the conditioning will pretty much improve, though as far as strength goes, you might lose a fraction of that.

As for Max 30 being your cardio supplement after weight training, it depends on the intensity on your training. Doing Asylum 3 times per week for maintenance is great if you can regularly keep up with it. Results wise, it is the equivalent of doing a moderate-to-intense program every day. I used asylum to gain conditioning for basketball will max 30 be good for the sport of basketball as well? Asylum is probably much better due to the athletic spin on the program which includes a range of sports training moves.

I think Max 30 would be better for speed and cardio endurance though. But still little i have belly fat. I start today insanity max But i wanna ask it if anyone finish the program its really works?

Because we know like after 20 mn our body start burn oil. Program look like not enough long. So if anyone did it before maybe can help and share the experience.

Staying on track with the workouts and trying to follow a healthy diet will definitely burn any remaining fat tissue that you have. Make sure to rest enough, and you will love the results. I will finish max 30 and do one more round of asylum 1. After that I plan on doing asylum vol 1 and vol 2 hybrid but only 3 times a week as maintenance.

So it will take around 15 weeks to complete all the workouts. Very much interested in Max 30, any suggestions are greatly appreciated. If losing fat is what you are primarily concerned about, then Max 30 is your pick.

It will also help you tone and define your muscles, and depending on your diet maybe even add some muscle as well. I try to supplement by drinking Muscle Milk and eating fish, but could you recommend something else, both in terms of food and a supplement? Also, how much protein should I be consuming? Just a quick reminder of the input for great results: Ditch the muscle milk, and go with a whey protein instead.

Upgrade to one scoop when intensity is decent. Oh, and egg whites are the golden standard of protein, so eat of those during breakfast. Lastly, try to keep correct form during workouts, so muscles can take a punch. Remember, one proper move is worth 5 that are lacking correct form. Do you do it until you max out or do you write your time and then carry on for the remainder of the 30 minutes? You go as far as you can without making a pause, and then write down the time… Take a moment of rest whatever you need in order to be capable of moving on with the rest of the workout , and continue following the crew on screen.

Then you can take rest whenever you feel like you must, keep it short seconds, depending on your level and return back to it again. The max out time is simply to map how far can you go from the beginning of the workout without making a single pause.

I love how supporting everyone here is. Last year in oct-Nov I started t but quit after the alpha round because of the holiday season. My question is after I complete the alpha and beta round will I be able to jump in to max 30? Most people here have completed insanity and t etc before getting into max Will it be too much of a jump for a semi-beginner like me? But I am so tired of being big. So far so good. I take it one day at a time. Congrats on building the healthy habits from the ground up- it takes a lot of patience and dedication.

Having tackled food, everything else is a piece of… hmm, well.. As for making the transition towards such an intense workout like Max 30, it depends. But mostly on a very overlooked factor- joint strength. See, most people fear the intensity, when in fact you adjust accordingly.

Go with Max 30 only if you are determined enough to push hard. The modifiers will help you along the way, but you will need to invest yourself a lot regardless of the fact. Early workout is better, especially when it comes to cardio- for the body is burning extra fat tissue.

However, some people have stubborn metabolisms, so their fat burning ability partially shuts off before they jump start the system with a breakfast. I for one have discovered that noon and evening workouts do the trick for me more than early morning ones ever will. If you decide to go with Max 30, drop us a line and share some of your experience. Thanks for the great review. I am into week 5 of 21 day fix extreme and plan on doing at least 2 more months of this and wanted to move to Max Will I still follow the 21 day fix eating plan?

Or will I need more calories since this workout is really tough. And will this be a good workout to switch to? Max 30 would be an excellent program to move towards. It will drain fat that other programs never could, and surprise you in the process: As for diet, you can continue with the same plan from 21 Day Fix, only add more when needed.

Bottom line- you will have to listen to your body and go from there. Initially, you can continue with the same diet plan only enhancing the number of calories slightly… then, as your body dictates, you will add more protein a must , and slightly more carbs. Be prepared though, Max 30 is nothing like 21 Day Fix. The first week, at least until you catch grip, will be especially hard.

My wife and I had been doing the 21 day fix repeatedly for 4 months and really enjoying it as a time to push ourselves and do something together. It also helps to realize all the effort it takes to burn those extra calories if you eat more than you need.

My wife ordered the Insanity Max 30 workout and we started it 5 weeks ago. For the first week, cardio and calf burn kept me from focusing on the intensity and form needed to really burn out my major muscles.

With cardio being such a limiting factor, major muscle recovery was easy for me. By week 4 I felt I could real ramp up the form and intensity and could see awesome results.

One week into month 2 and it is a big jump harder, but month 1 adequately prepared my brain, no, it changed my brain so that I look forward to pushing harder to max out. I recommend this workout and here are some comments: You can always go faster, lower, higher, better form, add isometrics at points in you movements, or engage the core better or harder in order for you to max out earlier. At that early stage, you will appreciate having to look up at the screen for an extra second or two anyway.

Even when I lifted weights for 45 mins 3 times a week, I would get a burning hunger and need to eat a lot even though I had plenty of body fat still. The variety of push-ups in Max 30 is nuts and really strengthen your chest and triceps, so you are good there.

That said, if your workout partner is not prepared for how ridiculous Max 30 is, there may be problems. Its that nuts in the beginning. Doing a less intense workout first helped us step up, as well as appreciate the virtues of both workouts. And thanks for the tips as well, some very useful takeaways there. So glad to hear that you guys are having so much fun with Max Cause it is so true.

If you are determined enough, all other Beachbody workouts fail in comparison. Next on the list? Take my word and go for the Asylum series. Vol 1 is a killer! La creme de la creme of hard workouts. I just completed Focus T Since I am an office worker, I can only do this exercise at 9 p.

So it is a little bit late to eat something to take protein I want to lose some weight and fat. Do you think that it is a must to take protein after work out? Every person has different body that loses from different areas. The same holds true now. A bit of a back story: Would you suggest a transition to Insanity Max 30 during the 2nd month? My ortho doc says I can do workout as long as they are low impact on the joints.

Would anyone here consider this relatively low impact or high impact training? Thanks, looking to start something new as soon as I find something that jives. This is a high impact. Its a lot of jumping and jumping lunges and plyometrics like that.

There is a modifier that is meant for low impact though. First of all, that review was a real pleasure to read and i could feel like you were sincere about all the points of that workout, so thank you for that: I am now on my first week of the second month and i am surprised to see that i drastically improved my performances in terms of cardio and muscle power.

Even the second month videos are less difficult to me than the first month ones when i started, and i can now handle every single exercise without any break and almost every time at the same pace as the insanity team. Which one is the most difficult to your opinion? My aim would be first to dry my body from belly fat , the only part of my body that still has fat in it! Max 30 is definitely bringing it up a notch.

Congrats for going this far with Insanity. He has done Asylum, and many of the Max videos, so I guess he should chip in with some thoughts as well. Glad to see you so far into the program!

The program is not easy. But what we can tell you is that it has everything that you need to succeed: Your job is to provide the willpower. And we will provide you with the support you need via our exclusive Facebook challenge groups. Basically, he has reworked all P90X workouts into a 30 minute a day routine. Same intensity, same results but requiring only 30 minutes a day. Of course, the program comes with all the bells and whistles to get you ripped. And some great news: Nutrition, Nutrition, Nutrition Extreme workouts require extreme supplementation.

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