What You Should Know
When individuals don’t have allot of time to exercise, there are two options: don’t workout or find a suitable alternative. World-class track and field athlete Shaun T recognizes the time constraints put on an individual and created an intense 20 minute workout, Insanity Fast and Furious. The workout features all of the more famous moves from the Insanity compacted into one DVD.
We found Insanity Fast and Furious available on the official website for $20. We will research to see if this is actually a value considering the moves are similar to existing exercise routines.
We found time-sensitive nature of Insanity Fast and Furious great, but repeating the same exercises could create boredom with some individuals looking for a challenge.
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Exercise DVD featuring routines similar to the Insanity DVD collection.
Insanity Fast and Furious is an exercise DVD from world-class track and field athlete Shaun T. This DVD is focuses on high intensity interval training and cardiovascular exercises. This program is similar to the first DVD Shaun T produced, Insanity.
We like the fact Insanity Fast and Furious incorporates interval training in the routines. Interval training is proven in the sports world to be an effective and efficient way to burn calories, thus increasing chances of weight loss. The unfortunate side of Insanity Fast and Furious is the interval training is at higher pace. This will potentially increase calories burn, but on the same side exclude the beginner with little to no interval training experience. Several of the moves involve bending and squatting. Insanity Fast and Furious does not offer an effective alternative for the individual not at this particular fitness level.
Insanity Fast and Furious is available on the official website as well as third party ecommerce sites for $20. The price is relatively inexperienced compared to similar products containing the same exercise routines.
- Available on the official website.
- Time efficient.
Shaun T is known for fast-paced extreme workouts. Insanity Fast and Furious is no different than the rest. Although the workout is time-efficient at 20 minutes, the moves are too similar to the Insanity Workout. If an individual is willing to invest the time, the workout should be different than previous offerings.
We did like the high intensity interval training, unfortunately this type of exercise is not designed for every body type. Insanity Fast and Furious does not address this factor and thus looses dieters looking for a workout designed to gradually move them to the next level. We would have liked to see information regarding diet or supplementation. If Insanity Fast and Furious depletes the body of essential vitamins and nutrients, the dieter is not given any indication on the proper manner of replenishing.