If you thought the Max Interval Circuit was torturous, wait until you tryout Max Interval Plyo! Don’t think month two of Insanity gets any easier – it gets even more intense and insane, but the result will be a stronger, leaner you. Are you ready?
MAX Interval Circuit Review and Walk-through
With the Max Interval Plyo workout, expect to get longer, harder workouts requiring you to go at higher intensity levels from beginning to end. This workout will definitely test your mental drive and determination to succeed. In 55 minutes, you’ll see whether you have what it takes to complete Insanity!
Max Interval Plyo starts out with a 10-minute warm up with three sets of the same eight exercises. These range from jumping jacks to high knees and jump rope the Shaun T way! As you probably expected, the first two sets last for four minutes each, while the last set goes on for two minutes, which means you have to pick up the pace significantly to complete the eight exercises. Once you’re done, you’ll get a water break before going into a good, long stretching routine.
Now on to the main event! There are three different sets of exercises in the main workout. Sets 1 and two will each have three rounds of reps and a 30-second water break in between. In set one, the rounds will consist of squat push-ups, switch jumps, power jumps and 45 seconds of Wide In & Out Abs. That adds up to about 12 minutes of intensity, followed by a short water break.
The second set is just about 12 minutes as well, but the exercises increase in intensity compared to the first set. Power push ups, globe twists, planks and power lunges only form a part of the bone-crushing second set! But, of course, you deserve a 30-second water break once you’ve completed it – plus, the final set is like nothing you’ve ever seen before, so you better get all the rest you can!
The six-minute third set is half as long as the other two, but twice as intense. Side push ups, power knees and diamond jumps all need to be completed quickly and accurately for best results. And once you’ve made it through this last step, you can look forward to a four-minute cool down.
You’ll appreciate the stretches and yoga poses in the cool down segment – your body is definitely going to need it after you’ve pushed through Max Interval Plyo.
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