Insanity Max 30 Review

If you are interested in all things fitness related, you’ve probably heard about the newest fitness trend- The Insanity Max 30 workout. It is created by Shaun T, the coach behind the original Insanity workout, and distributed by Beachbody. This Insanity Max 30 review will familiarize you with the workout in detail.

Insanity Max 30 Review

Why is Max 30 so effective?

Unlike the original Insanity workout, Max 30 focuses on a new principle of training- push till you cannot push no more. Training till failure, or as Shaun T calls it- Maxing out.

The concept is simple- you push as hard as you can for as long as you can, and when you are done, you just write down your max out time. This can be as early as two minutes in the beginning, but as you push play each day, the threshold will get better and improve. The goal is not to reach the 30 minutes mark, but instead try and get yourself out of your comfort zone by each following day.

Insanity Max 30 is also effective because it brings together many ways of training- cardio training, endurance training, resistance training, and lots and lots of complex moves. Just for perspective, it has 150 moves that are completely unseen before. The workouts are engaging, fun, with an uninterrupted sense of flow, and brutally hard.

They will target all of your muscles in one way or another, making you burn as much as 1000 calories per workout.

What you get with Max 30?

All Beachbody products come with a nutrition plan included. And Insanity Max 30 is no exception here. Besides the original 12 workouts, you will get additional two, as well as a nutrition guide, two calendars to keep you accountable, and online support to answer all of your questions.

You also get a free T-shirt once you complete the program and send them the before and after pictures, and a 30 day complete money back guarantee.

A lot of fitness for the buck, if you consider the price which is something over one hundredth dollars plus the shipping and handling.

What to expect from Insanity Max 30?

A lot, actually… A lot of weight loss, especially fat tissue (somewhere around 20 pounds for sure); much improved muscle definition; Increase in muscle size and strength; cardio and muscle endurance.

Many Insanity Max 30 reviews on the net go in more detail, but this pretty much sums it all up.

This is a workout that brings results in parallel to how hard it is. And it is brutally hard. Draining every ounce of body fat, you will look amazing after the 60 day period. The workouts are divided in two months, the first being less intense than the second, and together they make for the harshest two months of your life.

Expect a lot of sweat and tears, and a lot of jumping around and losing breath. Expect to be surprised by the creativity put into the new moves, and expect to love the modifiers- a less intense versions of the exercises. Oh, and expect to hate Shaun T- he will be trying hard to motivate you and make you push harder, that you will dread his voice even.

Equipment needed for Max 30

There is no need for any equipment whatsoever. You will be using your own bodyweight in order to supply the resistance. There are a couple of things you will need though.

  • A towel and a water bottle. For there will be buckets of sweat.
  • Sneakers, for otherwise you might injure your ankles and joints.
  • Pen and paper in order to write down your max out time.
  • A lot of determination and will power to push through the workouts.

This are the hardest two months of your life, and the hardest 30 minutes of your day. Don’t worry though; it all pays out, since you will achieve the best results of your life.