Shaun T just raised the bar – Insanity: Max 30
30 MINUTES. INSANE RESULTS.
Are you ready for Insanity Max 30? If you’re ready to push harder than ever before – and Dig Deeper® than you ever thought you could – then you can see results you never thought possible. With over 150 new moves, it’s hard and it’s insane. But the craziest 30 minutes of your day will get you the best results of your life!
At first, you might only make it through 3 minutes (and believe me, even that will be an accomplishment). That means 3:00 is your MAX OUT time. Write it down. Next time you do the workout, try to push that time just 30 seconds longer. At the end of 60 days, if you push your MAX each day, you will make it all the way to MAX 30. WOOT WOOT!
Exclusive Offer! Get a FREE bonus workout DVD, Sweat Fest (a $19.95 value), when you order Insanity MAX 30 through your Beachbody Coach.
Your 60-day Insanity Max 30 program includes:
Month 1: Shaun T alternates killer cardio and Tabata-style strength workouts all in preparation for your end-of-week challenge, Friday Fight.
30 minutes of the hardest cardio sequences you’ve ever tried. Welcome to INSANITY MAX 30.
Your strength training starts here with a traditional Tabata-style “20 seconds on, 10 seconds off” workout structure. Your muscles will beg for mercy.
Just in case you didn’t think Cardio Challenge was hard enough, you’ll have 30 minutes of screaming, sweating, calorie-scorching madness.
Shaun T takes it up a notch in this NO REST, Tabata-style strength workout. You heard right. 30 minutes, no rest.
It’s a battle between your mind telling you to push to a new Max and your body saying “OMG, are you serious?” And this is just Round 1.
Plus five more workouts in month two, along with 2 bonus workouts, a meal plan, a “no time to cook” guide, and all the tools you’ll need to succeed, including a free coach to support you every step of the way!
In INSANITY MAX 30 we don’t lift weights—we lift ourselves! 30 minutes. Modifier. No equipment. With dedicated cardio and Tabata strength workouts + 150 new moves, the focus is not on making it through all 30 minutes—it’s about finding your MAX by pushing yourself just a little bit further than yesterday.