Insanity Asylum Workout Investigated – Critical Facts Revealed

Insanity Asylum Workout – Latest investigation uncovers critical and important facts about Insanity Asylum Workout, released by NetXNews.

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Just 21 days into the program [Insanity Asylum], I could already see great results: muscle and bulk where I wanted it, fat gone from problem areas, and overall greatly improved stamina, strength and fitness.

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) November 29, 2012

Gyms are big business. Every year in the US, over 45 million of us pay around $45 a month to go to a gym, while 67% of us never even use our membership. Now times are changing. Based on the accomplishments of Shaun T’s first training workout, “Insanity The Asylum” workout promises 30 days to a rock solid body through its groundbreaking cross-training system.

Home-gyms and DVD workouts have boomed as more of us decide that fitness at-home is more convenient and achievable, and with it, pumped up claims of results abound as workout programs battle in a competitive market. One system, Insanity, has continued to pave the way and its follow up workout program, Insanity: The Asylum workout is changing bodies for users all over the world.

The brainchild of fitness guru Shaun Thompson (aka Shaun T), the program trains users in the same manner that professional athletes train, using a cross-training, ultra-high intensity blend of explosive fitness, speed trials, agility tests and endurance. Combined with a healthy nutritional program, the program promises results in just 30 days or your money back.

Product Analyst Bradley Duran at NetXNews made a detailed review of Insanity Asylum after a month-long trial, and believes that the success of the program lies in its variety and results, which are noticed fast. “The great thing about this program, apart from the obvious results, is the variety. Unlike most professional training programs, it focuses on variety and change, so that the workout always stays challenging and keeps your body guessing.”

Shaun T, who was responsible for Hip Hop Abs, Rockin’ Body, and Fit Kids Club, has been invited as a regular on US TV talk shows and even “The Doctors”. He states that the technique used in The Asylum – a concept called Athletic Matrix – pushes muscles to their limits through a program of continuous sport fitness drills.

The complete system comprises of 6 DVDs each focusing on a core goal like speed or power, your “core” strength, an at-home agility ladder and jump rope, a nutrition program, a user guide, and a motivational wall chart. New purchasers benefit from a current offer of two bonus items: a fitness assessment, and “Overtime” – a 15 minute additional workout that can be bolted on to any of the DVD programs for those with any strength left to seek extra results.

Trial analyst Bradley Duran states, “Just 21 days into the program, I could already see great results: muscle and bulk where I wanted it, fat gone from problem areas, and overall greatly improved stamina, strength and fitness,” continued Duran. “However, for me the benefits didn’t stop there. I was sleeping better, could concentrate and focus for longer periods of time, and overall had a much improved mood.”

The program is designed for intermediate fitness enthusiasts with no heart or other serious health problems.

Please visit the official workout website by using this link:
The Official Insanity Asylum Website

For more workout information, including the full user review please visit:
http://www.netxnews.net/insanity-asylum-review/


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