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I just finished my first full - IMLP. Now I need something to get remotivated. I am starting a 60 day INSANITY challenge group 8/26. I have witnessed some impressive results. Have you incorporated INSANITY into you tri training? Want to join me and keep each other going?
Just a thought--some folks such as myself might be somewhat skeptical when your first post to this forum (and to ST), done on the same day you registered, promotes purchase of a product
No coasting in running and no crying in baseball
Understood - that is reasonable. I had thought about crossfit in the off season but I know that causes controversy on here and I would prefer to do something on my own schedule. I am open to other ideas, I just have not done much since the race so I need a new focus.
I'd be skeptical, but it's not a new product or something that hasn't been heard of. It's Insanity. Been around for a long time and even if they managed to break into the triathlete market it wouldn't be a big deal to them. They sell a lot more to other markets, this market is barely worth their time.
I own or have done several beach body workouts - P90X, Insanity, Brazil Butt. I tend to go back to P90X more often than the others. I have used the "strength" dvds of P90X (arms/back, legs, etc) to help me build strength for mountain bike racing. I also frequently use the stretch, yoga and core dvds to supplement my tri/run training. I do better with having something to follow along with than just going to the gym with a strength routine.
Honestly, I just can't stand Shaun T of the Insanity dvds so its really hard to keep pushing play (as they like to say). Plus the workouts aren't my cup of tea. Too much jumping around.
Thanks. I have never completed the p90x program but I do have the videos. Now I just have to decide how to fit them in. I signed up for a late fall marathon so I just need some additional strength training. I was early to my workout yesterday so I joined in on the Zumba class that was in the same place...that was not for me. The instructor didn't cue and it was a little too free form even for a cardio only workout.