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Does anyone have this and not using it anymore????

How much would you be willing to sell it for?
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by on Jan. 24, 2013 at 1:01 PM
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mcginnisc
by Claire on Jan. 24, 2013 at 5:25 PM



Quoting KelliansMom:

yoga booty ballet how is that? I am doing bbl right now again I love this work out but could always use more stuff to mix in

Quoting mcginnisc:

I know you don't want advice, but I'm going to give it anyway..

I am a graduate of Insanity, P90, P90X, Turbo Jam, Yoga Booty Ballet, Asylum and Brazil Butt Lift. I am also a former coach for Beachbody, which is the company that produces Insanity and the other workouts I listed and more. 

The odds of finding anyone selling Insanity for less than $120 is slim to zero. It is a much wanted program by many people. It is one of the hottest programs on the market. It is also one of the hardest on the market. It is not for beginners. Period. There are many risks to doing this program even while fit. If you are new to working out, it is going to be very fast and difficult. The fit test is more than most people can handle. 

Month 1 is 39 minutes long- short, but very intense. It starts with a 9 minute warm up that made me puke the first week I did it and I was an experienced long distance runner when I did it the first time. After the warm up is a 3 minute stretch and then the workout begins. Each session is 3 minutes long and gets faster and more intense until the last 3 minute stretch. Month 2 is an hour long, so month 1 on steroids.

You say that other workouts don't work, but, you have to put in the work coupled with the diet to get results. The same thing with Insanity- if you don't put in the work or eat well, it is not going to work. I hope that you find what you are looking for in this workout and that you dig deep and not give up. If you get it, I would recommend modifying if possible, although there is not much that can be modified as it is mostly Plyometrics or jump training. 



Not bad... I prefer BBL and the others as they are more intense... it's been a million years since I did YBB. 

Claire

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StrawberryCool
by on Jan. 24, 2013 at 5:26 PM
I wasnt doing just dvds I was in PT as well.


Quoting mcginnisc:




Quoting StrawberryCool:

Thanks.



I wasnt saying no to advice....I just dont want other DVD things because I was on a diet and was working out three times a week and doing the dvds and they werent working.









Quoting mcginnisc:

I know you don't want advice, but I'm going to give it anyway..

I am a graduate of Insanity, P90, P90X, Turbo Jam, Yoga Booty Ballet, Asylum and Brazil Butt Lift. I am also a former coach for Beachbody, which is the company that produces Insanity and the other workouts I listed and more. 

The odds of finding anyone selling Insanity for less than $120 is slim to zero. It is a much wanted program by many people. It is one of the hottest programs on the market. It is also one of the hardest on the market. It is not for beginners. Period. There are many risks to doing this program even while fit. If you are new to working out, it is going to be very fast and difficult. The fit test is more than most people can handle. 

Month 1 is 39 minutes long- short, but very intense. It starts with a 9 minute warm up that made me puke the first week I did it and I was an experienced long distance runner when I did it the first time. After the warm up is a 3 minute stretch and then the workout begins. Each session is 3 minutes long and gets faster and more intense until the last 3 minute stretch. Month 2 is an hour long, so month 1 on steroids.

You say that other workouts don't work, but, you have to put in the work coupled with the diet to get results. The same thing with Insanity- if you don't put in the work or eat well, it is not going to work. I hope that you find what you are looking for in this workout and that you dig deep and not give up. If you get it, I would recommend modifying if possible, although there is not much that can be modified as it is mostly Plyometrics or jump training. 





Here's the thing... doing DVDS only 3 days per week is not going to work if your diet is not perfect. I'm talking no processed foods, no grains, no dairy, no soft drinks, etc.. you have to really put in the work. Insanity is going to be 10x worse than any of those other DVDs. 

I honestly do not recommend it for anyone that is not already in shape. It is not meant nor was it created for beginners. The people in the DVDs are crawling off the gym floor at the end of each 3 minute session. 

Also, don't look at this as a diet. This needs to be a lifestyle change. This needs to be something that you can do for the rest of your life. 

Honestly, I would love to know specifically what you were doing ( DVDs) and I would love to see what your food intake looked like. People post their day's worth of meals for me to look at all the time for me to offer suggestions if necessary. Sometimes it takes another set of eyes to see things. 

I'm not sure how many calories you are consuming, but if it is less than 2000, you are going to suffer doing Insanity. Your body needs considerably more fuel doing Insanity and Asylum than any other workout I've ever encountered. 

Good luck. 


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KelliansMom
by Bronze Member on Jan. 24, 2013 at 5:28 PM

I used to do ballet so im always looking for work outs like it I will have to check it out but BBL is working amazing for me at the momment

Quoting mcginnisc:



Quoting KelliansMom:

yoga booty ballet how is that? I am doing bbl right now again I love this work out but could always use more stuff to mix in

Quoting mcginnisc:

I know you don't want advice, but I'm going to give it anyway..

I am a graduate of Insanity, P90, P90X, Turbo Jam, Yoga Booty Ballet, Asylum and Brazil Butt Lift. I am also a former coach for Beachbody, which is the company that produces Insanity and the other workouts I listed and more. 

The odds of finding anyone selling Insanity for less than $120 is slim to zero. It is a much wanted program by many people. It is one of the hottest programs on the market. It is also one of the hardest on the market. It is not for beginners. Period. There are many risks to doing this program even while fit. If you are new to working out, it is going to be very fast and difficult. The fit test is more than most people can handle. 

Month 1 is 39 minutes long- short, but very intense. It starts with a 9 minute warm up that made me puke the first week I did it and I was an experienced long distance runner when I did it the first time. After the warm up is a 3 minute stretch and then the workout begins. Each session is 3 minutes long and gets faster and more intense until the last 3 minute stretch. Month 2 is an hour long, so month 1 on steroids.

You say that other workouts don't work, but, you have to put in the work coupled with the diet to get results. The same thing with Insanity- if you don't put in the work or eat well, it is not going to work. I hope that you find what you are looking for in this workout and that you dig deep and not give up. If you get it, I would recommend modifying if possible, although there is not much that can be modified as it is mostly Plyometrics or jump training. 



Not bad... I prefer BBL and the others as they are more intense... it's been a million years since I did YBB. 


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