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    Pierre
    04/23/2013

    Hi, I am 22 and 155 pounds. I have the insanity workout and I am looking to tone my chest and abs more. I am naturally skinny and okay with that but want a more defined body. Will this workout give me that when i complete the 2 month program?

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      Tony Banawa
      04/24/2013

      Yes it will, Pierre. Thanks for your comment

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    sagar
    03/30/2013

    i am goning to buy insanity but i got a quick question for u sir do i have to do all 13 dvd workout on 1 day or do i have to do different dvd workout daily??? please help me looking forword to ur reply sir Thank you

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      Tony Banawa
      04/24/2013

      Each day is a different workout, Sagar. Thanks!

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    Javier
    02/26/2013

    Hello, I am 6 feet tall 184 lbs and 14. The reason i want to do insanity is to get faster, jump higher, and get stronger will it be a good workout to do. My football coach also wants me to work hard for the season. I do not want to lift i believe it will stun my growth. So will this help me a lot?

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      Tony Banawa
      03/12/2013

      Absolutely Javier. Also, Insanity Asylum is the prequel that will further enhance your performance after you complete Insanity.

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    Jake
    01/07/2013

    Hi, I’m 159 lbs and almost 16 I did one day of insanity last summer then I was working and sprained my back so I couldnt play football. I’m planing to buy insanity to get in shape for football this year. Do you have any tips I could use?

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      Tony Banawa
      01/10/2013

      Sorry to hear about your back, Jake. My tips would be to follow the program like it is, don’t over train, and keep your nutrition intact all the way through. You have to set goals that are emotionally important to you. This will help you keep going through times you may want to quit. Most importantly, dig deeper and get it done daily no matter what:)

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      Tony Banawa
      01/10/2013

      Sorry to hear about your back, Jake. My tips would be to follow the program like it is, don’t overtrain, and keep your nutrition intact all the way through. You have to set goals that are emotionally important to you. This will help you keep going through times you may want to quit. Most importantly, dig deeper and get it done daily no matter what:)

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