New month is here again. It’s already October. I can’t believe it. The time is really flying by.
This month I will try to really live in the presence, not think about the past and definitely not worry about the future. But I don’t mean forget about the past or the future because both are important – what we learned in the past and what we can achieve in the future especially when we do our best now.
This month I will be focusing again on the diet and each month until I will be satisfied with my eating habits. I can even call it eating ‘habits’ for now because I’m eating whenever and whatever (vegan of course). I think that I will have to set up alarm to remind me when to eat and I will also have to plan what to eat ahead!
It’s getting pretty cold outside so I’m not feeling like running anymore so I will return to my regular exercising in comfort of my living room. 🙂
And for this month workout schedule I’m digging deep! I’m going for second try with INSANITY workout. I tried this workout once but due my crazy work schedule I wasn’t able to finish even…. I believe second week. But now with some extra time on my hands … Insanity here I come 😉
Many people may have seen “Insanity” on late-night television infomercials. I think it all started back in 2009 but you can still see it on tv.
INSANITY workout is the hardest workout program ever put on DVD.
The part most people remember is Sean T., the creator of “Insanity”, shouting at participants boot camp style. The participants of “Insanity” are mostly beach bodied trainers, dance instructors, or athletes, and in every video they are sweating and struggling. “Insanity” is not an easy workout, but it is possible. And it’s definitely not for everyone.
Forget everything you think you know about high-intensity workouts. Insanity turns old-school interval training on its head. Interval training works that you workout at a moderate pace for a while – then all at once, you kick up your speed and heart rate – just for a minute or so. After that, it’s back to a lower gear, giving you plenty of time to catch your breath. But with Insanity, you do exactly the opposite. You work flat out in 3 to 5-minute blocks, and take breaks only long enough to gulp some air and get back to work. It’s called Max Interval Training, because it keeps your body working at maximum effort through your entire workout. You keep pushing your limits – so your body has to adapt. That’s how you get in such insane shape in just 60 days.
The videos in the first month are only 30 minutes long, while the second month’s videos are an hour long. Nothing in “Insanity” needs equipment; the only thing you need is your own body weight.
What will you get:
10 workout DVDs,The INSANITY 60-Day Wall Calendar + Fit Test Tracker, The Elite Nutrition Plan,…
Everything you need to get in the best shape of your life, including 5
Max Interval workouts for Month One:
- PLYOMETRICS for insane legs and gluts
- UPPER BODY RESISTANCE for sculpted arms, shoulders, chest, and back.
- PURE CARDIO for crazy fat burn.
- CARDIO ABS with intensive core work so you can get awesome abs like Shaun T.
- RECOVERY gives your body a break at the end of an insane week.
Then, with four new workouts in Month Two, the intervals get even
longer, but the rest periods don’t:
- MAX INTERVAL CIRCUIT for the toughest interval workout you’ve done so far.
- MAX INTERVAL PLYO will push your legs until they cry for mercy.
- MAX CARDIO CONDITIONING takes your body to the limit with an extreme cardio workout.
- MAX RECOVERY lets you build strength for a whole new round.
I know that there is Nutritional Guide included but it’s not vegan so I won’t be following it for sure. But I will do some adjustments in my diet so I can get my results. I will definitely keep you posted on my progress.
Peace and Love, G.