Insanity & T25

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james4518

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Posted: 08 Sep 2013, 02:51
Try these if you have real determination not only to lose weight quickly but also to get very fit. I lost 30 lbs in 90 days. No word of a lie. It is not easy and can take between 40 minutes and 1 hour a day for the insanity @ 6 days a week (occasionally 7) and 25 Minutes a day 5 days a week except Friday when it is 50 minutes for T25. I LOVE IT!
Gilly Fizzy

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Posted: 08 Sep 2013, 03:35
Errr, give us a clue then, you dont mention what this magic thing is!!
goodbyeold

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Posted: 08 Sep 2013, 08:32
They are intense exercise DVD's from beachbody.
kjacks82

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Posted: 09 Sep 2013, 14:15
I have Insanity at home and have used it sporadically but I need to get my behind in gear and stick with it for the whole 60 days. Very difficult when you work full time and have a house full, lol.
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skirch97

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Posted: 09 Sep 2013, 16:10
I was excited when I saw talk about T25 and it being a 25 minute workout vs. the 40+ minute workout of Insanity, but I didn't realize it was going to be another multiple DVD set for over $100.00 ugh! Can't swing that right now, but I do know Insanity gets you in shape, just can't find that big of a block of time to dedicate to it.
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msbaker

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Posted: 15 Sep 2013, 19:26
I also have insanity as well as p90x. It's just so intense and I give up all the time. I think if I had a partner working out with me I'll be fine. But I work full time too so ill try to make time for it in the morning. #startingover.
hollyspece3

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Posted: 15 Sep 2013, 21:06
I love the TurboFire from beach body, and the p90X. I love the way I feel after an intense work out. It's what keeps me doing it. I understand about having a houseful, I wait until the kids are in bed to do the workout, it's hard to push myself after a full day of work, dinner, homework and then some tidying up. But, the feeling I get after pushing myself to get that work out in, is priceless..
goodbyeold

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Posted: 16 Sep 2013, 10:45
I have quite the beachbody DVD collection. Insanity (which I am doing right now ..just started day 15), turbofire, p90X, asylum and les mills combat.

For those that say they can't find the time. I am on month 15 of 5 am workouts. The only time of the day that I can make for me. It was rough for the first 2 weeks but after that it has been routine. Even now I wake up just before my alarm. It was easy to start when the sun rose early in the morning. I find working out first thing keeps me very motivated and I NEVER miss a workout unless we have issues with the kids in the middle of the night which happens less than once a month. Any other time of day I can convince myself out of it.



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