14 5 / 2013
Insanity is a workout/weight-loss program. It’s 60 days of cardio madness, that will lead you to love the instructor, as well as hate him, all at the same time.
It’s led by fitness provocateur, Shaun T, and he takes you through 14 different exercises designed to burn fat like mad. He does mostly Interval Training, that is, a blast of cardio, followed by a rest, followed by an even bigger blast.
The calendar will show you what exercises to do on which days. In the beginning, you’ll do a fit test in which you’ll see how many of each exercise you can do. Have a pen and paper ready to write down your results! Then, you’ll delve into the exercises according to the calendar. Every two weeks, you’ll take the fit test again, hopefully improving your numbers each time.
Insanity is one of the most intense workout programs you will ever do, but it’s worth it. You may thinking it’s “just too hard!” in the beginning, but from personal experience, I can honestly say you get stronger. Give it a try!
1. Fit Test
12: Max Recovery
13: Insane Abs
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I wish you luck!:)
09 5 / 2013
I’m still really annoyed about genetic diseases/disorders etc that mentally or physically incapacitate people and just…
THAT IS A SERIOUS EVOLUTIONARY FLAW HOW DOES IT STILL HAPPEN NO BAD EVOLUTION YOU HAVE NOT DONE YOUR JOB CORRECTLY
ummm just to be clear, I am aware that often negative evolutionary mutations occur in conjunction with/result in positive/beneficial changes. For example the whole depression supposedly being linked to stronger immune systems because the lethargy and similar symptoms causes the indicidual to conserve more energy which in turn allows more energy to be expended on things such as the immune etc.
It is still fucking stupid.