Insanity Max:30 Review – Cardio Challenge!

Cardio Challenge is the first routine in the Insanity Max:30 program, and Shaun T urges you to use this one as you fit test, and tells you immediately to monitor the time you ‘max out’ or first have to take a break. In the background are some very fit looking people in the typical Beachbody fitness studio setup. Continue reading

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More Exercise – Insanity Max:30!

I have been very quiet on the review side recently as we’ve scaled down the eating out quite a bit over the last couple of weeks. In about three weeks’ time we are starting a six month road trip of America and in preparation I’ve started exercising more and eating better to be in tip-top shape by the time we get there. On the 18th March I completed my first round of 21 Day Fix and I loved it, Continue reading

21 Day Fix – Detailed Schedule

I started doing a second round of 21 Day Fix last week and thought I’d share my detailed schedule with you. I basically just noted down all the exercises and tried to fit it all onto an A4 sheet so you can keep track of how many of each exercise you are doing and you can track improvement over time. You’ll see blank spaces for Pilates and Yoga…because I am still not doing those!

21 Day Fix – Detailed

Have fun!

21 Day Fix Review – Autumn Already!

Yesterday I finished 21 Day Fix, a BeachBody programme by ‘Celebrity Trainer’ Autumn Calabrese. Basically the idea is that you follow the programme for three weeks, eat according to their plan and you end up with the body you always wanted. Now, clearly three weeks is never going to be enough for some people as it very much depends on your starting point, so it is a rather bold claim to make!  Continue reading

And Now for Something Completely Different

To combat the ‘side effects’ of a rather debauched life of eating and drinking a LOT, and to keep my general fitness levels up, I do a variety of home exercise (when I feel like it!). Those of you who know me well will know I have a huge collection of Beachbody products, including the famous Insanity and P90X programmes. Continue reading