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MALA77 SparkPoints: (8,357)
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1/21/13 11:08 A

Insanity is NO JOKE!!! Good for you for making it thru it!!


QUEEN3510VA Posts: 510
1/21/13 10:51 A

would love to do insanity in a class atmosphere. Wish they had it here

MLAN613 Posts: 16,119
1/20/13 8:47 A

The class fees are fairly reasonable. $45 for members and $55 for non-members, if memory serves. I am a member so, that breaks down to $3.75 a class. Not too shabby. My gym is a city run community center so the fees in general are great.

ALORTA SparkPoints: (7,363)
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1/20/13 8:36 A

I'm doing the vids...
Just "finished" first week of month 2...
The vids have you go 6d every week, and I also do it in the mornings.
I like the bootcamp feel, and certainly have seen results (even though I can't *quite* keep up with all the crazy... specially some of the stuff he pulls out of his hat in month 2!)
If the gym I'm going to join (24h fitness in an california suburb) has an early morning class like that, I'd be *soooo* happy though. How much are they charging, if you don't mind me asking?


MLAN613 Posts: 16,119
1/20/13 8:17 A

I signed up for a 6 week Insanity class at my gym and we just finished week 1. It meets on Tuesdays and Thursday mornings from 5:30 until 6:15. Normally, I am NOT an early morning exerciser; I prefer afternoons and evenings. But, I have to admit, I love the class! It's hard but a lot of fun.

Has anyone else done a full blown Insanity class? (I have had small tastes in other group classes.) Did you enjoy it or not so much and why?

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