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daniel mason

posted on 23/3/12 at 10:05 PM Reply With Quote
anyone here do insanity workout dvd's

am struggling wth certain ares of these dvd's as im just finding them too tough.but always the same place on the dvd's. my fit test results are improving but im starting to plateau at certain stages.
on the plyometric cardio i am fine until i get to ski abs and in/out abs but struggle to maintain pace during these intervals (it is about 30 mins into circuit training)
and on pure cardio i struggle with switch kicks and football sprints! but i can go almost flat out for every exercise apart from these 2!
any ideas how i can get through these stages,without taking it easier at earlier parts of the dvd's to save energy.
for those who dont know,its interval training and every exercise is flat out for the allotted time! and either 30 seconds rest between circuits, or no rest in the pure cardio.






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Peteff

posted on 23/3/12 at 10:35 PM Reply With Quote
I have trouble with eyelid push ups

[Edited on 24/3/12 by Peteff]





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Ninehigh

posted on 23/3/12 at 11:32 PM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by Peteff
I have trouble with eyelid push ups


I'm struggling with the c0ck push ups






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RK

posted on 24/3/12 at 12:38 AM Reply With Quote
To answer the question: no, you are completely on your own. You don't really think there is anybody remotely resembling Jenson Hamilton McNish around here do you???
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MkIndy7

posted on 24/3/12 at 12:41 AM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by Ninehigh
quote:
Originally posted by Peteff
I have trouble with eyelid push ups


I'm struggling with the c0ck push ups


Jack Black said one is all you need?

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D Beddows

posted on 24/3/12 at 12:51 AM Reply With Quote
lol, how many of us have you actually met in person
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RK

posted on 24/3/12 at 01:08 AM Reply With Quote
enough...
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Ninehigh

posted on 24/3/12 at 06:27 AM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by MkIndy7
quote:
Originally posted by Ninehigh
quote:
Originally posted by Peteff
I have trouble with eyelid push ups


I'm struggling with the c0ck push ups


Jack Black said one is all you need?


Yeah... I can do half...






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daniel mason

posted on 24/3/12 at 07:00 AM Reply With Quote
There loads of sporty types in here including a world level kickboxer






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Peteff

posted on 24/3/12 at 08:54 AM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by daniel mason
There loads of sporty types in here including a world level kickboxer


You mean James, he's a clog dancer isn't he ? (Savate isn't kick boxing, it's French foot fighting)





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liam.mccaffrey

posted on 24/3/12 at 09:43 AM Reply With Quote
Not done insanity but my wife has done p90x she is proper fit, I got about 3 weeks in before my back gave in and i couldn't move.





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RK

posted on 24/3/12 at 12:02 PM Reply With Quote
Way to go Liam to bring everyone back to reality. This place has an image to maintaine.
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Ninehigh

posted on 24/3/12 at 07:31 PM Reply With Quote
I think my fitness claim is that I'm about the same weight as the average WWE wrestler...

Same weight...






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daniel mason

posted on 24/3/12 at 08:26 PM Reply With Quote
Was looking Into p90x next but the cardio is no where near the levels of insanity. But lots more weights/strength work. I've watched all the adverts for it.
Just think of the money you could save from trying to extract every horse power possible when a good diet and exercise would shed more weight, increase power to weight!
Or should I forget this method, eat some pies and stick a turbo on it? Lol






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RK

posted on 25/3/12 at 01:19 AM Reply With Quote
I think you know the answer to that.
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Coopz

posted on 25/3/12 at 06:02 AM Reply With Quote
I prefer to spend my time in the gym, rather than sit and watch a DVD
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Mr G

posted on 31/3/12 at 11:33 AM Reply With Quote
Just got my first week of p90x out of the way, the missus gets a work out too every day picking me up off the lounge floor and carrying me to bed at the end



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