INSANITY: THE ASYLUM is an exciting new in-home sports-specific training program based on drills used by pro athletes. It’s the first of its kind. In this intense 30-day workout program, you’ll be moving like a football running back and scoring points like an all-star guard!
Shaun T, creator of successful programs like INSANITY® and Hip Hop Abs®, will help you take your speed, coordination, agility, strength, and power to an elite athlete level.
Sound good? Before you take the plunge into these intense sports training drills, find out if this is the fitness program for you!
Who should do Insanity Asylum?
- People in top physical shape who want to take their results to the next level.
The workout combines the MAX Interval Training principles with exciting and challenging new sports training drills.
- Graduates of INSANITY, P90X, TurboFire, and other advanced fitness programs
If you loved the intense cardio, strength training, and plyometrics of these programs, and you’re looking for something new, THE ASYLUM is the answer.
- Athletes and former athletes who want to improve or recapture their performance, no matter their sport or game
It’s the first in-home sports-specific training program based on drills used by pro athletes. Commit to it and you’ll improve your strength, game skills, and abilities.
- People who are tired of traditional cardio and stopped seeing results
This fitness program incorporates the same drills used by pro athletes that will enable you to play at your highest levels. So you can Dig Deeper than ever, while improving your game-day skills.
- Cardio lovers like runners, spinners, or cyclists
This workout offers intense cardio conditioning, the proven results of MAX Interval Training, and the challenge of progressively tougher drills.
- People who want to achieve rapid, dramatic improvement in their fitness
THE ASYLUM is a 30-day program that will help you determine your current level of fitness and then gain measurable improvements.
Who should NOT DO this intense fitness program
Beginners; pregnant women; children; people who aren’t willing to work hard; people with back, neck, joint, or other injuries; or people who don’t consistently do high-impact exercise.