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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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.
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
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.
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!
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?
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
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!
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?
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!
@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!
@stephentroop25 Most guys need to get below 10% to see abs. If you were to maintain all your lean mass, that would put you under 176 lbs to be at 10% BF. So realistically, you will finish in the 168-172 range. You can still build some muscle as you cut, but you really just want to maintain what you have.
Shane, push through man! A lot of the Asylum Legends made it through on 1800-1900 calories. If you stay at 1900 and move to 40/40/20, you will notice a boost. Get your mind right for the workouts and you will do great! Diggin' deeper!
Hey Jose, the best way to determine which program meets ALL your needs is to read the "getting started right" tab. You may think losing body fat is your goal, but chances are when you evaluate everything there is a final result you are after that also involves building muscle and getting toned and strong.
@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?