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Posted by on Apr 20, 2012 in P90X | 2 comments

Get Ready For The Ultimate Workout – Asylum P90X Hybrid

As promised, today I’m going to bring you the ultimate hybrid workout – the Asylum P90X hybrid calendar. Scroll down the page to find a downloadable PDF version of the P90X Asylum hybrid schedule.

Standing alone, both of these workouts are truly hardcore. P90X by Tony Horton is 90 tough days. Insanity Asylum by Shaun T is only 30 days, but don’t let that fool you into thinking it’s any easier. They’re both some of the most gruelling workouts you’ll ever experience, pushing your body to its absolute limit. If you can handle it, your body is going to love you for it.

Now they’ve been combined into the ultimate workout. All you need is to have each DVD set and the hybrid calendar. I’ll be providing the calendar for you today, so I’ve got you covered there.

Asylum P90X Hybrid Calendar


Click To Download P90X Asylum Hybrid PDF (Free)

This is it. Simply right click the image to the left here and select ‘save as’ to download it to your computer.

Alternatively, you can click the following link (or right click to download):

This is the full 30 days of Insanity Asylum combined into a hybrid workout schedule with the P90X workout. You can create your own version if you wish – it’s not official.

Remember to perform your fitness test or performance assessment before you start, and when the 13 weeks are up.

It combines the resistance workouts of P90X with the amazing cardio workouts of Insanity Asylum. It’s sure to be a new favorite among Beachbody enthusiasts.

My Thoughts On The P90X Asylum Hybrid Schedule


Shaun T - Insanity Asylum Workout

The first time I went through P90X, the cardio was the real killer for me. After a few repetitions now, it’s not as hard on me. Insanity was equally tough, and when the new Insanity Asylum came out, I was all over it. Again, my body took a beating, but that’s how I like it.

When I had been through all of the individual workouts, I started to seek a change. Variety is the best way to keep yourself motivated over time, in my opinion. That’s when I discovered that creative people on the Internet were combining the workouts together by making their own imaginative hybrid schedules.

I immediately jumped on this, because it gives you that much needed variety and indeed a new challenge. It also helps by working your body in new ways. I’m always striving to seek new limits that I can stretch and break through. I call the Asylum P90X hybrid the ‘ultimate workout’ because it really is one of the biggest challenges I’ve had to face. I don’t know if it’s just my general fitness flagging, but I found this round tough-going.

The only way for you to find out if it’s right for you is to try it out. Download the PDF above and see for yourself. I like to print them out and pin them on my wall where I’m working out. Maybe you’re the same. It helps keep me motivated, and I can tick off the workouts as I go, noting down anything I feel is important from each workout.



  1. I’m starting your insanity/asylum/p90x hybrid Tomorrow im a beachbody coach just wanted to know what your results were after doing this hybrid and how come the first week you do a ton of two workouts in one day then kind of stop doing that the rest of the month?

    • Hey Mandy, nice Facebook page. Yes this was a tough hybrid. I’m not sure what my exact results were for this one, I’m sorry. I don’t think I even finished it – that’s probably why. I usually finish my workouts of course but life got in the way.

      How it’s structured is really up to you though – I think I was trying out starting off intense and doing less workouts at the end. If you like you can just do one a day, alternating between P90X and Asylum. I usually encourage people to create their own calendars based on what they enjoy and what gets them results (and based around their own life schedules). Have you done hybrids before?

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