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Posted by on Apr 17, 2012 in Insanity | 5 comments

Insanity Asylum Hybrid Calendar – Free Schedule PDF

This post is all about the Insanity Asylum hybrid routine. You’re going to find a free Asylum Insanity hybrid calendar PDF to download, with the full schedule of workouts to combine the classic Insanity workout and the Insanity Asylum workout.

If you are anything like me, you’ll enjoy having a nice workout schedule printed out and pinned to the wall of the place where you work out. You can tick off each workout and write down your results. Not every Insanity Asylum kit will come with a paper copy of this Insanity Asylum hybrid calendar, so with this PDF, you can produce your own copies (as many as you like).

Insanity Asylum Hybrid Schedule

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Click Here For Your Free Insanity Asylum Hybrid Calendar PDF

You can click the image to the left to download your Insanity + Asylum hybrid calendar, or right click and select ‘save as’ the following link:
http://honestworkoutreviews.net/Insanity-Asylum-Hybrid-Schedule.pdf

Remember, on your first day you need to do the fitness test or athletic performance assessment, and do the same thing when you’ve completed the workout schedule. The Insanity Asylum hybrid schedule lasts 30 days, similar to the original Asylum workout. Don’t be fooled into thinking it’s easy though – this is a step up from Asylum, which is already meant for Insanity graduates!

I can tell you that I’ve been through the 30-day Asylum + Insanity hybrid routine, and it’s a killer. However, it is a natural progression after you’ve completed Insanity and then the Insanity Asylum. If you’re looking to really push onto the next level, I recommend this hybrid workout.

Why Do The Insanity Asylum Hybrid?

I recently took a look at the basic Insanity Asylum workout. So if you still haven’t got your copy of the Asylum workout, check that post out. It will tell you everything you need to know.

For some, the hybrid of Insanity and Asylum workouts will be a step too far. Asylum itself is designed for Insanity graduates only, and the hybrid is the next level up.

I couldn’t be happier with the progression and the results I’ve been having. Each time I make a step up like this, it pushes me right to my limit. Of course, your limit is there to be pushed. You think you’ve reached it one day, but then you have to reassess what you believe is your own potential.

So really, the main reason to take on the hybrid is to move to the next level and stretch your own limits. It offers a fresh take on a great workout, incorporates more muscle groups and provides a great overall fitness workout that you can repeat as many times as you like to maintain a great body.

What’s the next step? I’ve been secretly training to the P90X and Insanity Asylum hybrid. I’ll have more details soon, along with a new workout schedule PDF.

5 Comments

  1. What do you mean by 1 run or rest when it’s in parentheses?

    • It actually says ‘I run’. So it’s up to you if you want a complete rest day, or if you want to incorporate some running into your routine 🙂

      • Ooooooooooh ok!! 😛 hahaha
        Maybe I should learn how to read first…LOL

        Thank you!

  2. How should i do the hybrid one in the morning and one in the evening or both right after each other in the morning or in the evening for example: strength in the morning and pure cardio in the evening how does it work

  3. i have done insanity but not asylum .Can i do this hybrid or should i first do asylum vol.1 and vol 2 and then do the insanity and asylum hybrid.

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