Asylum Workout Review
What You Should Know
Can an individual transform their body into a sports machine and get ready for “Game Day” in 30 days. World-class track and field star Shaun T thinks so. After creating the popular Insanity Workout, Shaun T created the extreme Asylum Workout. This intense 30-day program focuses on cardio, flexibility, balance and coordination through the use of sports-related conditioning.
The Asylum Workout is available on the official website for less than $100. We are still up in the air if the Asylum Workout is the right workout for the average dieter.
List of Ingredients
Workout system featuring sports-related exercises and conditioning.
The Asylum Workout is a six disc workout program focusing on sports training. The 30-day system features speed and agility exercises, vertical plyo exercises, relief exercises, strength training, core exercises and cross-training exercises. Each video lasts approximately 40 to 60 minutes. The recommended training time is six day per week. This is a huge time constraint for individuals with a busy schedule.
What we didn’t find with the Asylum Workout is any indication the program is for every body type. Unless an individual possesses a sport-exercise background, the Asylum Workout will present its fair share of challenges. We also didn’t see where any of the exercises are at a different pace for individuals who can’t simply keep up with the extreme pace of the exercises.
We found the Asylum Workout on the official website for $100. We found this a bit expensive considering the Asylum Workout lasts only 30 days. For that amount of money, an individual could join a health club and benefit from a larger array of fitness equipment.
- Includes diet plan associated with the workout.
- No additional equipment needed.
- Money back guarantee.
- Designed more for the advanced athlete and not the beginner.
- Too extreme for the average individual.
The Asylum Workout is unlike any other exercise routine we have seen in a long time. World-class athlete Shaun T. creates an atmosphere in the Insanity Deluxe designed to condition the body by using sports-specific training. The benefits include increased flexibility, strengthened core muscles, speed and agility.
What we found was the Asylum Workout is not only time consuming, 45 minutes to 60 minutes per workout, it is potentially too extreme for the average individual. There is no indication of the exercises being designed for the beginner. An individual must possess athletic ability prior to attempting Asylum Workout.
We also found the Asylum Workout a bit expensive considering the plan lasts a mere 30 days. Spending $100 for a 30-day workout could leave the dieter thinking, what’s next? Even if the routine is repeated, this could cause boredom.