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Insanity Workout Schedule

By Edited Nov 6, 2016 0 0

The Entire Insanity Workout Schedule

This is a free version of the Insanity workout schedule, which I typed up from my personal copy of the Insanity workout calendar.  I bought Insanity a couple months ago and have seen impressive results from the program.  Simply posting a picture of the Insanity workout calendar makes the text a little hard to read, so I decided to type it out instead.  This Insanity review might also be helpful for those looking for more information about the workout program.

Insanity Workout Schedule - Month 1

Week 1

  • Monday - Fit Test
  • Tuesday - Plyometric Cardio Circuit
  • Wednesday - Cardio Power & Resistance
  • Thursday - Cardio Recovery
  • Friday - Pure Cardio
  • Saturday - Plyometric Cardio Circuit
  • Sunday - Off

Week 2

  • Monday - Cardio Power & Resistance
  • Tuesday - Pure Cardio
  • Wednesday - Plyometric Cardio Circuit
  • Thursday - Cardio Recovery
  • Friday - Cardio Power & Resistance
  • Saturday - Pure Cardio & Cardio Abs
  • Sunday - Off

Week 3

  • Monday - Fit Test
  • Tuesday - Plyometric Cardio Circuit
  • Wednesday - Pure Cardio & Cardio Abs
  • Thursday - Cardio Recovery
  • Friday - Cardio Power & Resistance
  • Saturday - Plyometric Cardio Circuit
  • Sunday - Off

Week 4

  • Monday - Pure Cardio & Cardio Abs
  • Tuesday - Cardio Power & Resistance
  • Wednesday - Plyometric Cardio Circuit
  • Thursday - Cardio Recovery
  • Friday - Pure Cardio & Cardio Abs
  • Saturday - Plyometric Cardio Circuit
  • Sunday - Off

Insanity Workout Schedule - Recovery Week

  • Monday - Core Cardio & Balance
  • Tuesday - Core Cardio & Balance
  • Wednesday - Core Cardio & Balance
  • Thursday - Core Cardio & Balance
  • Friday - Core Cardio & Balance
  • Saturday - Core Cardio & Balance
  • Sunday - Off

Insanity Workout Schedule - Month 2

Week 5

  • Monday - Fit Test & Max Interval Circuit
  • Tuesday - Max Interval Plyo
  • Wednesday - Max Cardio Conditioning
  • Thursday - Max Recovery
  • Friday - Max Interval Circuit
  • Saturday - Max Interval Plyo
  • Sunday - Off

Week 6

  • Monday - Max Cardio Conditioning
  • Tuesday - Max Interval Circuit
  • Wednesday - Max Interval Plyo
  • Thursday - Max Recovery
  • Friday - Max Cardio Conditioning & Cardio Abs
  • Saturday - Core Cardio & Balance
  • Sunday - Off

Week 7

  • Monday - Fit Test & Max Interval Circuit
  • Tuesday - Max Interval Plyo
  • Wednesday - Max Cardio Conditioning & Cardio Abs
  • Thursday - Max Recovery
  • Friday - Max Interval Circuit
  • Saturday - Core Cardio & Balance
  • Sunday - Off

Week 8

  • Monday - Max Interval Plyo
  • Tuesday - Max Cardio Conditioning & Cardio Abs
  • Wednesday - Max Interval Circuit
  • Thursday - Core Cardio & Balance
  • Friday - Max Interval Plyo
  • Saturday - Max Cardio Conditioning & Cardio Abs
  • Sunday - Fit Test

That is the entire Insanity workout calendar, which includes 2 months of workouts, along with a recovery week in between.  This article may also help those looking to buy the Insanity workout, which I highly recommend.

Workout Details

As you can see from the schedule, the workouts are 6 days a week, with Sunday being the only rest day.  There is also the recovery workout each week, which uses less intense exercises to help rejuvinate your muscles.  Each workout lasts between 40 and 55 minutes, with the recovery workout being a little over a half hour.  

The max workouts that you start doing in month 2 are obviously more challenging than the workouts done in the first month.  These workouts typically last around 50 to 55 minutes, whereas the workouts in the first month last around 40 to 45 minutes.  However, since you have already completed the workouts in the first month, your body is ready for the additional challenge.  That is what's going to get you the results you want, pushing yourself instead of doing the same workouts over and over again, week after week.

One of the great things about the Insanity workouts is that you do not need to buy any extra equipment.  All you need are the DVDs, workout clothes (I recommend a t-shirt and shorts), a pair of comfortable tennis shoes that you can exercise in, water, and this Insanity workout schedule.  You don't need any extra weights, resistance bands, mats, pull-up or push-up bars, or weight machines.  This means you may actually be saving money by doing Insanity, because other workouts usually require you to buy at least some type of additional exercise equipment.

Since you will be doing intense workouts 6 days a week, it is very important to maintain a healthy diet.  Your muscles will be begging you for foods rich in vitamins and nutrients, such as fresh fruits and vegetables.  This is the key to getting great results with this or any workout. It is also important to have a post workout recovery drink, to help your muscles grow, as well as recover.  This article contains a great exercise recovery drink recipe.

You can stick to the workouts, but still not see the results you want, if you have a poor diet.  However, if you stick to the workouts, along with having a healhy diet, you will see amazing results.  I know from personal experience that Insanity does work, which you will realize after completing the first workout.  It is all about doing intense exercises as hard as you can, with short rest breaks in between.  It's a combination that is proven to work.

 

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