Insanity pushed you to the limit with workouts that brought non-stop cardio and body weight resistance. Nothing is quite like Insanity. Nothing. Insanity helped me cut body fat and was the main thing I used to train for my first marathon. Thanks to Insanity, I crushed it.
Now comes Insanity Max: 30. This is a 30 minute a day program meant to push you to failure as quickly as possible. Progress is made by improving your time to first, second, and even third breaks. This increases strength and endurance while burning calories and body fat. Here are the Insanity Max 30 program release details!
30 minutes. That’s it. That’s all you have to put in each day to get results. Gone are the days of Insanity where you had to work for 45-60 minutes a day. Now you can get results by pushing yourself as hard as possible… and you can do it in much less time.
And that’s the premise behind Insanity Max: 30. You will work harder than you ever have but it will be short and to the point. Your progress will be made in your daily times to first and second breaks. You may even have to take more breaks than that… but this is where progress can be measured as you take less and less.
Insanity Max: 30 promises to show you your boundary and send you right past it in a very short time. This is how progress is made. This is how bodies change. Because this is real fitness.
Insanity Max 30 Program Release Details
The program is scheduled to release in December 2014… and we will have the latest details on the program release right here on the blog. If you want the latest Insanity Max 30 program release details, simply go to our page below and enter your information! We will keep you updated up to the program release date!
Can’t wait to see this program and do it with our test group in December! See you there.
Ryan Gillespie Health/Fitness Coach & Trainer
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