Insanity Workout Schedule and Calendar Workout Review

Download the Insanity Workout Schedule here.

You can use that Calendar or you can also bookmark this page and come back to it anytime to see what is on the Insanity Workout Schedule for the day.

The Insanity Workout schedule below is the exact same schedule that is provided when you purchase Insanity.  However, you can always modify it to suit your needs.  If you’re body is not up for the workout routine, skip a routine, or do a modified workout.

The important thing is to keep going.  Don’t beat yourself up if you miss a day or two.  In fact, giving your body a rest from time is a not a bad idea as it will allow your body to recover and repair those muscle fibers from the previous days workout.

Insanity Workout Calendar Month 1

In month 1, Shaun T will introduce you to the Insanity workout program.  The exercises and moves in the Insanity schedule is designed to workout different parts of your body each day.  Each day will focus on different types of fitness moves so that your body will continue to be challenged.  The toughest part about Insanity is sticking with the schedule.  It’s important to develop a routine in your schedule so that you can dedicate a designated time for you to perform your exercises.  Thus, you should write down in a calendar what your workout routine is going to be each day.  This way you are committing to yourself that you are going to stick to this Insanity schedule.

Insanity Workout Schedule: Week 1

Day 1:  Dig Deeper and Insanity Fit Test (Approx 30 minutes)

Day 2:  Plyometric Cardio Circuit (Approx 40 minutes)

Day 3:  Cardio Power & Resistance (Approx 40 minutes)

Day 4:  Cardio Recovery (Approx 35 minutes)

Day 5:  Pure Cardio (Approx 40 minutes)

Day 6:  Plyometric Cardio Circuit (Approx 40 minutes)

Day 7:  Rest Day

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Insanity Workout Schedule: Week 2

Day 8:  Cardio Power & Resistance (Approx 40 minutes)

Day 9:  Pure Cardio (Approx 40 minutes)

Day 10:  Plyometric Cardio Circuit(Approx 40 minutes)

Day 11:  Cardio Recovery (Approx 35 minutes)

Day 12:  Cardio Power & Resistance (Approx 40 minutes)

Day 13:  Pure Cardio and Cardio Abs (Approx 60 minutes)

Day 14:  Rest Day

Insanity Workout Schedule: Week 3

Day 15:  Insanity Fit Test (Approx 25 minutes)

Day 16:  Plyometric Cardio Circuit (Approx 40 minutes)

Day 17:  Pure Cardio and Cardio Abs (Approx 60 minutes)

Day 18:  Cardio Recovery (Approx 35 minutes)

Day 19:  Cardio Power & Resistance (Approx 40 minutes)

Day 20:  Plyometric Cardio Circuit (Approx 40 minutes)

Day 21:  Rest Day

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Insanity Workout Schedule: Week 4

Day 22:  Pure Cardio and Cardio Abs (Approx 60 minutes)

Day 23:  Cardio Power & Resistance (Approx 40 minutes)

Day 24:  Plyometric Cardio Circuit (Approx 40 minutes)

Day 25:  Cardio Recovery (Approx 35 minutes)

Day 26:  Pure Cardio and Cardio Abs (Approx 60 minutes)

Day 27:  Plyometric Cardio Circuit (Approx 40 minutes)

Day 28:  Rest Day

Insanity Workout Schedule Recovery Week

After a tough month of Insanity your body will most likely need some time to recover.  However, just because the name is “recovery week” doesn’t mean that you will back on the couch relaxing again.  The Core Cardio & Balance workout is still a routine that will get your body moving and grooving with Shaun T.  However, the workout will be less intense so it will allow your body and muscles to recover.

Insanity Workout Schedule: Week 5

Day 29:  Core Cardio & Balance (Approx 40 minutes)

Day 30:  Core Cardio & Balance (Approx 40 minutes)

Day 31:  Core Cardio & Balance (Approx 40 minutes)

Day 32:  Core Cardio & Balance (Approx 40 minutes)

Day 33:  Core Cardio & Balance (Approx 40 minutes)

Day 34:  Core Cardio & Balance (Approx 40 minutes)

Day 35:  Rest Day

Insanity Workout Calendar Month 2

Alright, now that you survived month 1 and recovery week… the next thing on the schedule for month 2 are new workout DVD’s.  These new fitness routines will really step things up.  If you thought month 1 was insane month 2 is flat out fitness crazy.  Don’t let this scare you though, Shaun T wouldn’t offer you this if he didn’t think you could finish it.  It will definitely take some heart and dedication to get through these routines, but the finish line is only a couple weeks away, so keep pushing play.

Insanity Workout Schedule: Week 6

Day 36:  Insanity Fit Test and Max Interval Circuit ( Approx 85 minutes)

Day 37:  Max Interval Plyometrics (Approx 55 minutes)

Day 38:  Max Cardio Conditioning (Approx 50 minutes)

Day 39:  Max Recovery (Approx 50 minutes)

Day 40:  Max Interval Circuit (Approx 60 minutes)

Day 41:  Max Interval Plyometrics (Approx 55 minutes)

Day 42:  Rest Day

Insanity Workout Schedule: Week 7

Day 43:  Max Cardio Conditioning (Approx 5o minutes)

Day 44:  Max Interval Circuit (Approx 60 minutes)

Day 45:  Max Interval Plyometrics (Approx 55 minutes)

Day 46:  Max Recovery (Approx 50 minutes)

Day 47:  Max Cardio Conditioning and Cardio Abs (Approx 70 minutes)

Day 48:  Core Cardio & Balance (Approx Approx 40 minutes)

Day 49:  Rest Day

Insanity Workout Schedule: Week 8

Day 50:  Insanity Fit Test and Max Interval Circuit (Approx 85 minutes)

Day 51:  Max Interval Plyometrics (Approx 55 minutes)

Day 52:  Max Cardio Conditioning and Cardio Abs (Approx 70 minutes)

Day 53:  Max Recovery (Approx 50 minutes)

Day 54:  Max Interval Circuit (Approx 60 minutes)

Day 55:  Core Cardio & Balance (Approx 40 minutes)

Day 56:  Rest Day

Insanity Workout Schedule: Week 9

Day 57:  Max Interval Plyometrics (Approx 55 minutes)

Day 58:  Max Cardio Conditioning and Cardio Abs (Approx 70 minutes)

Day 59:  Max Interval Circuit (Approx 60 minutes)

Day 60:  Core Cardio & Balance (Approx 40 minutes)

Day 61:  Max Interval Plyometrics (Approx 55 minutes)

Day 62:  Max Cardio Conditioning and Cardio Abs (Approx 70 minutes)

Day 63:  Insanity Fit Test (Approx 25 minutes)

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If you have completed month 2 of the Insanity Workout then you have achieved something that most people wouldn’t dare even start.  Congratulations!  A lot of people who finished the Insanity workout feel a huge sense of accomplishment and are proud to wear the Insanity T-Shirt.  Once you have completed the second month make sure you take your after photos and measurements and you will be amazed at how much your body and fitness has changed since you first started this program only 2 months ago.

As mentioned before don’t forget to bookmark the Insanity Workout Schedule page for future reference.  It is also important to follow the Insanity Nutrition Guide along your Insanity workout program to get maximum results.  To learn more about the program you can read my Insanity Workout Review article.  I wish you much success with your Insanity Workout Program.

We also have other great Shaun T resources like the Focus T25 Workout Schedule and the Focus T25 Nutrition Guide.

I hope that this Insanity Workout Schedule and Calendar was helpful to keep you stay on track with your fitness goals.

Comments

  1. Shaista Arora says:

    The only problem that I have with the insanity workout is that it needs a DVD player/DVD drive. I have neither. Any idea as to what to do?

  2. Hey guys. I am a 48 yr male, 165 lbs…my body is an ectomorph type. High metabolism, hard to gain weight. I have started strength training with heavy weights but what I really want to do is get rid of the belly fat first. I am a skinny fat man! Is The Insanity workout for me?

    • The insanity plan can help you if you have enough protein to feed your muscles or you will just loose more weight

  3. Day 2 and looking forward to exercising that isn’t me at all what’s going on!! X

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    well, keep up the good work fellows.

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  6. Thanks for the link to the worksheet. I also came across a site that lets you reference and print the schedule right from your browser without have to download anything. Also handy if you just want to reference it from your computer. I found it handy when I’m traveling. http://insanity-workout-calendar.com/

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