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Posted: 31 Jan 2012, 12:21
Insanity will help you drop weight but as with all workouts, EAT RIGHT for it to work properly.

I can now just use insanity and p90x off and on and keep weight off pretty much at will within a week or so. I completed p90x last year in jan, and did insanity last sept. Gained 7 lbs over xmas but have been weight training too so not too worried about. I'll say it again, its alll about will power.

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Posted: 21 Feb 2012, 01:25
I actually have the Insanity workout "collection" I suppose you'd call it, but haven't started it yet. I realized that yeah, at first it'll be extremely intimidating(considering my lack of being in shape) - but I think I can do it! It'll be hard, and exhausting - but so worth it in the end.

I think I'm going to be throwing that into my weekly routine.

Thanks everyone for posting your feedback!

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Posted: 23 Feb 2012, 15:52
Insanity is awesome. The diet plan was the only one that I have been able to follow due to my extreme pickiness when it comes to food. I lost 30 pounds just doing month one for 3 months. The moves can be intimidating at first but just modify them until you feel strong enough to go all out. I still modify some of the moves due to my bad knees and weak ankles.
Sweat is Fat crying.


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Posted: 27 Mar 2012, 22:29
tampico, i love the fat crying comment. bwahahahha, lol

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Posted: 28 Mar 2012, 17:49
I'm in week 3 of insanity! I was not expecting an ass kicking everyday! But that's my kind of workout. I have a friendly competition among 2 other people to see who can get in the best shape after the 60 day program. So far the results have been exciting. I try to include other workouts on top of Insanity. I'm watching what i eat and eating 5 meals a day. I cut out all sugar, junk foods and alcohol. I'm also taking supplements and protein to help build muscle. I'm in it to win it Wink
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