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Insanity Asylum Review

If you have read my Insanity Workout Review then you know that I have already completed 2 rounds of that beast.

After I finished my second round of Insanity I wanted to try a program that added more muscle mass. So, I read some reviews on Insanity Asylum and thought it would be too easy! After all, I had just survived 2 rounds of Insanity.

I made it half way through the first Asylum workout and I thought to myself, “What the hell have I gotten myself into.”

I am Jessie Grigsby and this is my honest and no-nonsense Insanity Asylum Review.

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That is why they named it Insanity!!

Insanity is one of the toughest extreme workout programs out there, but then Insanity Asylum came around. This is another product hosted by Shaun T, but there is one major difference: Asylum is much harder.

Even if you got through Insanity without breaking a sweat, Insanity Asylum will have you sweating buckets in no time. But, with all that sweat and effort, you also get results.

This is the natural extension of the original Insanity program, and it might just be the thing you need to get ripped. At the same time, Asylum is not going to be for everyone. Read this Insanity Asylum review so you can make an informed decision.

Differences
Insanity and Insanity Asylum share some similarities, but they are really two different programs. Insanity was all about cardio and plyometrics. There was absolutely no strength training, but you gained muscle from all the movement and jumping.

Asylum takes the good parts from Insanity, such as the cardio and plyometrics, and it ramps them up. Strength training is also included, so you will definitely build muscle from this program. Asylum also has a sports focus, while Insanity was just made for general fitness.

You will need a few dumbbells and the other basic equipment that comes in the Asylum Kit.

Another difference is the length of the program. Insanity was a 60-day program where you exercised six days a week. Asylum is a 30-day program, but you work out every day of the week. The diet plan is also stricter to give you a ripped physique and huge results. One of the biggest changes is that you cannot have any dairy for the 30 days, as this gives you a ripped look.

Who It’s For
Insanity wasn’t for everyone because it was extreme. Insanity Asylum is even harder, so you need more than just a general level of fitness to get through it. For example, many people found the “Rock Climbing” exercise from Insanity to be extremely difficult since it lasted about 60 seconds. Asylum features the same exercise, but you do it for 120 seconds, and you hold dumbbells at the same time.

Asylum is made for those that are already lean and strong, but they don’t look ripped. It is also for people who want to get into serious sports conditioning. If you can’t do P90X or the original Insanity, then Asylum is not for you.

Price
The price for Asylum itself isn’t that bad when compared to other programs. The workout program is about $90, and you can pay for it in three different installments. But, you also need equipment.

You need dumbbells, an agility ladder, speed rope and a chin-up bar. The ladder and rope come with the program, but you need to spend extra for the dumbbells and bar. The bar is $60 from Beachbody itself, and the dumbbells can usually be bought for about $1 a pound. So, a 20-pound dumbbell would cost about $20.

This ends up making the entire program slightly more expensive than P90X, but not by that much. While you can try to improvise the program without the equipment, you will definitely not achieve the same results.

Pros
Insanity was originally made to deliver amazing results, but Insanity Asylum delivers even better results. This isn’t a program that takes you from overweight to thin. This is a program that takes you from thin to ripped. Most people have a hard time getting to the ripped status, but Asylum will do it for you.

The inclusion of strength training is great for results. If you are looking for a performance boosting workout because you are an athlete, then Asylum will give you just that. However, Asylum isn’t made for huge muscles. It is meant more for functional strength, which is often more useful to athletes.

This program is made to get you results in an even shorter time. Insanity already achieved amazing results in a record-breaking 60 days. Asylum is even shorter. You will get amazing gains in just 30 days, and it really does work.

Asylum is more focused than Insanity and most other extreme workout programs. Most of these programs just focus on changing your body, but Asylum is made to get you ready for performance. This means that your body will change to make it more useful, even if you don’t plan to enter sport tournaments.

Cons
The muscular gains aren’t huge. You will definitely get strength, but you won’t get much bulk. If you need to get big for football or wrestling, then Asylum will not give you huge muscles.

Asylum demands a very high level of physical fitness. This is not a workout program you start off with, especially if you find it difficult to just do normal movements for an extended amount of time.

If you have knee issues, then Asylum might aggravate your condition. There is a lot of running, jumping, stepping and other workouts that can strain the knee, especially if you don’t have the right form. If you have knee problems or pains, then Asylum will probably hurt your knee more. This should not be a problem if your knees are healthy.

You needed considerable space to do Insanity, but you need even more for Asylum. Make sure you have a full room dedicated to the program, otherwise you might knock into something.

Lastly, Asylum requires equipment. Many people liked Insanity because you just needed your body, but the need for equipment with Insanity Asylum just makes sense. Insanity was made to make you thin, but Asylum was made for results and performance. While you can do the workouts without equipment, you won’t get the same results.

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Conclusion
As someone who got through Insanity Asylum, let me say that it is tough. You will want to stop, you will want to lie there and wish for the program to be over. But, once you push through those walls and keep on going, then you will really improve your limits and your body.

This is the perfect routine if you need to shred fat and get that ripped look that Insanity just didn’t deliver.

Insanity Asylum may not be for everyone, but it is a great program for those that can do it. You should definitely check it out if you are up for the hardest workout of your life.

Good luck in your fitness goals and thanks for checking out my Insanity Asylum Review.

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