The saga of Insanity Max 30

I’m Felicity , I’m 26 and I wanted to look good naked so I decided to sign up for Insanity Max 30.

I’ll share my insanity max fitness journey to encourage and motivate myself to be consistent.

I started Insanity Max yesterday. I took a few pictures of my day 1 body, Laard GAAD… the body is not looking sexy kraaaa… but small time, miracles go happen. I’m going to try and update this page on a daily basis but my schedule is quite hectic at the moment. In between insanity max, law school, work and commuting, i literally have no time left for anything else.

I haven’t done any exercise in the last 2 weeks and it was obvious when I attempted insanity Max for the first time yesterday, I could barely keep up with any of the moves. I took a break every 15 seconds (SMDH). I was happy to be exercising all over again tho. Exercising really lifted my spirits, I was in such a terrible mood earlier but  ..endorphin do work wonders.

I had a carrot and pineapple smoothie for breakfast. Rice and fish stew doesn’t constitute a healthy meal but i’m trying okay?! I had a cucumber, lettuce, carrot and pineapple smoothie for dinner.

There will be a section  below with details on what Insanity Max is.

Insanity Max: 30 is a 60 day fitness program created by Shaun T, divided into two months of different sets of workouts, each lasting for 30 minutes.

The workouts abandon the max interval training method, and introduce the concept of maxing out- going as hard as you can for as long as you can. The goal is to try and hold your ground as long as you can before- and I quote Shaun T- your lungs feel like sandpaper. Then, you just write down the time, each day moving closer to that 30 minutes mark.

Shaun T, the creator of the original Insanity workout, had to change the whole concept of training in order to fit the same results of the original Insanity within just 30 minutes.

At first, you might only make it through 3 minutes (and believe me, even that will be an accomplishment). That means 3:00 is your MAX OUT time. Next time you do the workout, try to push that time just 30 seconds longer. If you can make 30 seconds of progress every day for 60 days, at the end of 60 days, you will make it all the way to MAX 30. And when that happens—trust me…you’re going to feel—and look—like a freakin’ fitness god.



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