ASYLUM Base Kit

INSANITY: THE ASYLUM – BASE KIT

Maximize your skills with this 30-day program that builds speed, coordination, agility, and power. Shaun T preps you to WIN with sports-specific training inspired by pro athletes. The result? Game day becomes your day to excel.

 

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Train like a pro. Play like a star in 30 days.Winning the game, the race, the match starts now with INSANITY: THE ASYLUM™ workout program. Former track-and-field star Shaun T will push you to Dig Deeper® than ever with sports-specific training and drills inspired by pro athletes. During this 30-day program, he’ll push you to build your speed, coordination, agility, strength, and power. So on game day, you’ll have the unbeatable athletic edge. Here’s what you get with INSANITY: THE ASYLUM:

6 Intense Workouts:

  • Speed & Agility: Get quick on your feet—fast, with this intense cardio workout. (45 minutes)
  • Vertical Plyo: Jump higher than ever with this lower-body training routine. (40 minutes)
  • Relief: Stretch out to build long, lean muscle and increase your flexibility. (25 minutes)
  • Strength: Increase your strength and power by cross-training with weights and resistance. (50 minutes)
  • Back to Core: Build the rock-solid core, glutes, and hamstrings for the explosive power you’ll need to play and dominate at an elite level. (45 minutes)
  • Game Day: Put your new sports skills to the test with this cross-training workout. (60 minutes)

Plus, sports-inspired training tools:

  • Agility Ladder: Build strength and agility by using this portable ladder to sharpen your focus and your form.
  • Speed Rope: Improve your foot speed and endurance with this ultimate training secret.
  • ASYLUM Workout Calendar: Check it each day to cross-train like a professional athlete.
  • Guide Playbook: Map out your 30-day transformation with this smart step-by-step guide.
  • Eat to Win Nutrition Plan: Follow meals and tips used by Shaun T and you’ll be ready for game day—every day.

And receive 2 FREE bonus workouts:

  • Sports Performance Assessment: Discover the improvements you’ve made in your fitness and skills with this performance measurement tool. (25 minutes)
  • Overtime: Add this 15-minute monster to any Asylum workout to see if you’ve still got game.

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106 comments
JP2theX
JP2theX

Hey Coach Wayne,

I'm just starting my third round of P90X and I plan to do a round of P90X2 after that, so I have quite a long time before I move on to something else, but I like to plan ahead. I would like to switch the focus to more of a cardiovascular workout to get ready for my tennis season at that point in time, so I'm considering either Insanity or The Asylum. Should I do Insanity before the Asylum, or is it OK to do the Asylum without doing Insanity first? I might be mistaken, but it sounds like The Asylum incorporates a little more resistance into the workouts, which I like, because although the focus will be on cardio, I don't want to neglect the strength that I've built up over the last year doing P90X. Thanks for any advice you can give me.

JP2theX

CoachWayne
CoachWayne moderator

@JP2theX  You can totally go right into the Asylum and I would after P90X and X2. The Asylum has a good amount of real strength work so the base from P90X and X2 will really help! You won't neglect strength at al with the Asylum. Great plan!

dkahney319
dkahney319

Hi coach,


i am debating between Insanity the Asylum or P90X3.  I prefer Shaun T over Tony, as I've done Insanity and T25, but do you need a lot of space for Asylum?  I probably have about 9 feet that runs the length of the room (parallel with the television), but maybe 6 feet or so perpendicular with the television.    

CoachWayne
CoachWayne moderator

@dkahney319  No that should be enough room. The most room you need is for jumping the ladder. We have had tons of guys do it in really tight quarters. It will definitely add more strength work over T25 and Insanity! Dig deep!

dkahney319
dkahney319

@CoachWayne @dkahney319  Great thanks Coach.  Would you recommend Asylum over P90X3?  I know both programs target different needs and areas. One of my bigger concerns is time.  I know Asylum is longer than P90X3 but is isn't THAT much longer than P90X3 (maybe 20 minutes per DVD?)  I also like how Asylum incorporates more strength than Insanity.  Asylum has proper warm-ups and cool downs in the DVDs a la Insanity, correct? 

CoachWayne
CoachWayne moderator

@dkahney319 If you like Shaun T more, do Asylum. It has warm ups and cool downs in those times. It's a brutal 30 days but it gets results. 

Ailario
Ailario

Any reason I shouldnt go right into Asylum 2 if I have not done Asylum 1?

CoachWayne
CoachWayne moderator

@Ailario None. Take a recovery week if you feel like you need it. That is the only thing I might put between the two.  Make sure to take a recovery week after A2 if you go right in though. 

musht99
musht99

Hey Coach I am ready to order Asylum.. do I get coach discount? How much is the base kit with coach discount? 

CoachWayne
CoachWayne moderator

@musht99 Yes, coaches get a discount on any and all products. It's 25% off. So roughly around $68. Sign into your TBB account and click SHOP. You will see all the coach prices under the regular price. 

Kimberly K
Kimberly K

Coach I just purchased Asylum. The TBB site is kind of hard to understand, but I'd just like to confirm I purchased under you?

CoachWayne
CoachWayne moderator

 @Kimberly K If you went through TBB, then you are good to go. Thank you so much!

yonasbb
yonasbb

Does the base kit come with strength bands

stephentroop25
stephentroop25

Hey coach I'm 6'2" 184lbs and 14% bf. What would be the ideal bf% for me to be at to see my abs and how much more weight do I need to lose to get those results? Thanks

AB
AB

Hey Coach Wayne, I just ordered Asylum through your link so you could get credit. Thanks for being such a great coach!!! Best, AB

AB
AB

Hey Coach Wayne, I just ordered Asylum through your link so you'd get credit. Thanks for being such a super coach! Best, AB

M7
M7

Hey Coach! Great results and transformation. Keep it up:) I am a basketball player and I need to gain weight (muscle only). I have a 7% BF. I want to get bigger, faster, and stronger. One of the trainers I asked for basketball said that you should never do something that says "bodybuilding" infront of it because your a basketball player, not a bodybuilder. I have a 7% BF

Greg
Greg

Coach, Thanks for the advice. I'll start with Asylum and eventually go to Insanity/p90x hybrid down the road. Will keep you posted.

Greg
Greg

Hey Coach, I have completed 2 rounds of P90x2 (lost 22 lbs) and was wondering which workout you recommend next, Asylum or Insanity? My goal is to lose 10 more pounds and then concentrate more on dieting to get ripped. Thanks

Jose
Jose

hey coach, i started the asylum/insanity hybrid, but after the 4th workout i got sick and wasnt able to workout. do you think i should start from the beginning or contine from where i left off?

Shane
Shane

Awesome thanks coach, just wanted to make sure I can get the full benefit of the program even with a calorie deficiency diet.

Shane
Shane

Coach, I just got The Asylum yesterday, did the fitness test and started the program today. WOW! It's really intense and I have a question about my diet. I have been following the 1900 calorie fat shredder for 4 months and I'm not down to the body fat % I want yet (I had a lot to lose). However I think I need to up the carbs and probably the calories in order to really get what I want out of Asylum. I was thinking of going to the energy booster style diet and maybe put my calorie count around 2400. I still want to get my body fat % down but I want to survive the work outs. Obviously I'm going to have to experiment with the diet a bit and figure out what works, I was just wondering if you think that would be a good start place. In 30 days I plan on having a 6 pack and be living life above the rim! Shane

Alejandro
Alejandro

Haha alright thank you, and does the same go for abs? Will I lose the abs that I gained?

Alejandro
Alejandro

What does spot working out mean? And I may be doing karate during these 2-3 months, will that help? But karate will be all cardio based, we do not do any resistance exercises except for push ups

Alejandro
Alejandro

Hey coach, i'm doing asylum at the moment and did p90x before it. I will have to be stopping in a while because of school, but I have gained quite some muscle from doing these programs, so if I stop for 2-3 months and then pick them up again, do you think the muscles will have gone?

Jose
Jose

i just read your article on body beast is for losers. because im going for fat loss, would you recommend i do body beast or the asylum? considering the nutrition and everything

Jose
Jose

Hey coach, I'm currently 180 lbs with 24% body fat and I'm 5'9. I have love handles and I was looking to burn a lot of fat with this program. Would you recommend that I do this program? Suprisingly, my stamina is very good, I did a couple of insanity workouts and I withstood them all. If you do recommend that I do this program, what do you think about this supplement list? My supplements list: Pre Workout: Muscle Pharm Assault Intra workout: Purple.wraath Post workout: R&R, Gnc amp wheybolic 60, glutamine caps, creatine caps I was looking at another post and I saw this list I'm looking mostly to lose my fat by doing 2 ROUNDS of the asylum then build muscle later on

John
John

Hey coach, you probably got sick of me now i've been asking all over the site haha, but I started this today, and I have a history with my knees. They don't hurt alot but I did feel them today, especially the left side of my left knee. I still finished speed and agility, wasn't a huge problem, but do you reccomend me getting knee supports for both my knees in order to avoid injury? Thanks in advance!

John
John

I bought this kit and will be doing asylum soon, and I was wondering if by the end of the 30 days, I order the asylum t-shirt, do they deliver outside the USA? Somewhere such as the Middle East?

joseph
joseph

are you doing asylum vol. 2

JP
JP

Hey coach, I'm new here and I wanna lose most of my 30% of body fat. I was wondering which plan would get me to lose the most fat faster, a hybrid between Asylum/Insanity or a round of Insanity followed by a round of Asylum?

Mohammad Zahid
Mohammad Zahid

Hey coach I am not going to start the asylum yet, but in the get shredded guide it says no dairy products, does that include skim milk? Thank you

Mariano
Mariano

Hi Coach, one more question. what should be the highest weight of dumbell I should get. I know this is subjective depending on my strength. I currently lift hard 3 times a week, but I'm a firm believer of doing the exercise right instead of letting my pride win (lifting more than I should with poor form). any sort of standard I should go by? i.e. how much I'm curling/shoulder presses/bench presses currently as a way to measure what I should get. Since I don't know the moves it's hard for me to know what I should get. I tried looking at the adjustable weights but those are far to expensive. Even on craigslist they are going for almost retail price. Thanks in advance!

Mariano
Mariano

Coach, I see that they do pull ups. Do I need a pull up bar and weights? or what comes in the back should be sufficient?

Mohammad Zahid
Mohammad Zahid

Thanks! I was just curios, i may order stuff through your links

Mohammad Zahid
Mohammad Zahid

Hey coach, i am going to order some stuff through your link soon, and not to be personal, but do you get much commission per order? I am order shakeolgy soon!

Jaron
Jaron

Coach i was thinking of purchasing asylum and i was wondering if we go through you do we have to pay it all in one payment or can we have the option to do three separate payments?

Brendan from Philly
Brendan from Philly

Hey Coach, In the next day or two I am going to order Asylum from the link on your site. I want to add the DVD protection (replace any scratched/unplayable discs no questions asked) that I got with P90X when I bought via phone through Team Beachbody. Do you know if it is possible to add that option through the online checkout after I click the link on your site? Thanks!

garrett macdonald
garrett macdonald

hey coach i have a question about the jump rope in asylum, i am going to do insanity and then p90x again first but am also looking into buying the asylum. I have a drop ceiling in my basement so i cannot be swinging a rope around breaking the ceiling tiles, i need to know if i can buy the asylum and still get results without using the speed rope?

Patrick
Patrick

Hey Coach I am currently doing a p90x/Insanity hybrid. I'm currently in phase 2 so i'm doing the max insanity workouts and phase 2 of p90x. I am trying to get into shape for a flag football league that starts in march so my question is would it be more beneficial to stick with a p90x/insanity for a 3rd phase or once i finish this phase to start doing the asylum or an asylum/p90x hybrid. Thanks so much for your help and this site in general it is like one stop shopping for fitness knowledge :)

kjetil
kjetil

what tools do i need for insanity asylum?

Vnita Sroa
Vnita Sroa

Thanks for the info coach. Il be the first to ambasador in the UK!!!!!!!! Better head over to BB! :)

Vnita Sroa
Vnita Sroa

Hi Coach Can I still purchase this through you if I'm from the UK? If so How much is the Shipping charge?

paul
paul

Coach I know this is unrelated, I was wondering where I can find the my vegan coach post. I can't find it, did it get erased ?

Carlos
Carlos

hey coach quick question, im i going to lose muscle mass if i do insanity or insanity asylum

Ron
Ron

Thanks coach. I will follow your hybrid routinue.

Ron
Ron

Coach, I have finished a round of P90x and have started my second round. My goal is to get ready for p90x2 which I did preorder. I'm looking to really loose some fat without losing too much muscle. I have insanity and did a round 2 yrs ago. I found it very hard on my quad tendons with all the repetive squating moves and ended up with a bursitis that just took months too go away. I have no issues with p90x because its not so repetive. Curious what you would recommend- Asylum, hybrid, or just finish p90x ( I'm in phase 2 round 2 and will have to repeat this phase since I'm going on vacation for 10 days). Thanks

Ivan
Ivan

Im just about to finish my first round of Asylum, and I wanted to give my critique for those thinking of going for it. So you know where me and my critique are coming from: I have done P90X and got great results, and I consider myself an athelte and stay very active in sports year round. The Pros: - Shaun T is a great coach. If you want a all business, no joking around type of trainer, then Shaun T is your man. - Most of the videos are less than 1 hour long. That being said: - Very intense workout. There is very little rest/recovery time between workouts, which keeps your heart rate up and build endurance. Even though you might only do a 40min workout, when your done you know you "did work". - This could be considered a Pro or Con: Some moves are more difficult to master than what I found in P90X. It has taken me more time to be confortable in and with some of the moves. However, these moves are hard so that you become a better athelte. - Core, Core, and more Core: I tend to dislike core specific or intended exercises/workouts. But, Asylum hits your core hard and in a variety of ways. Every exercise has some type of core strength requirement, which I know love. I have seen definite results in my core from firmer obliques and to a stonger lower back. - This might seem funny, but the other people in the video really struggle sometimes. Unlike some of the P90X people who seem to be machines, the Asylum folks bring it, but also you see them taking breaks (only to be told by Shaun T to get back in). - 30 days isnt so bad. Often we fail at goals due because we cant see the finish line. Asylum durration is perfect for someone who could be afraid of the 60 or 90 day commitment, but still wants to get back in physical shape. Cons: - The majority of the time the exercises are time based. For instance: do this for 30 sec or 1 min. Personally, Iam number drivin (8 reps, 10 reps, etc). So for me it has taken more mental strength to push and not give up. It seems that with P90X you have your number and you go get it, where as in Asylum you stay with it for 30-60sec. This was especially hard in the beginning when the moves were new and still being mastered. This is not so much a Con as it is something that has tested my mental ability to push in a different way. - Strength/Weight Training: This was not a con to me personally, but I could see it hindering some. You dont use alot of dumbells in Asylum, mainly your own body weight. However, this goes back to the athletic focus of the program. You might not increase your curls but you'll probably be better at a variety of real life scenarios and of course in sports. - Variety: Im not saying that you dont get a complete full body workout, but a couple of more programs would have been nice. I guess thats the P90X side of me. Overall I dont think you cant go wrong with Asylum. Be ready to work hard and see the results. This program will remain in my arsenal to get me ready for athletic events and to provide me with a change after a P90X round. "Dont hate me, love me; cuz Im going to make you look good" -Shaun T.