Are you looking to inject some exciting new energy into your workout? A hybrid fitness program of P90X and Insanity may just what you need to keep your workout even more interesting and intense.
P90X and Insanity may just be the best of both fitness worlds if you are looking to change up your workout. If you decide to do a P90X and Insanity hybrid, I recommend that you complete each program separately before doing the hybrid. This will help you fully understand each program and how your body progresses with P90X or Insanity. P90X and Insanity will both get you in great shape, just in different ways.
Insanity is an at-home fitness program that is cardio intensive. You will get in great shape, just using your own body as resistance but may not build the type of muscles that you get from Tony Horton’s P90X fitness program. If you completed the P90X 90-day fitness program you probably have some noticeable muscles all over the place!
When you are ready to do the hybrid program, you can create it based on your own knowledge, or use my P90X and Insanity hybrid suggestions as a start.
This P90X Insanity Hybrid recommendation is based on P90X Classic workout program. Do it for the 90 days. My hybrid is very basic and simple to follow.
Follow your P90X Fitness Guide for the P90X Classic program. Substitute the following workouts:
- P90X Plyometrics – use Insanity Plyometric Cardio Circuit (Phase 2: Max Interval Plyo)
- P90 X Kenpo X – use Insanity Cardio Power & Resistance (Phase 2: Max Cardio Conditioning)
- P90X Ab Ripper X – switch off with Insanity Cardio Abs. If you have Insanity Deluxe, use Insane Abs.
- Switch P90X Yoga X with Insanity Cardio Recovery (every other time)
Have fun! Do you have suggestions for a P90X and Insanity hybrid? Share by leaving a comment .