Workout review: Insanity Max 30 – Max Out 15

I wasn’t planning on doing a post for this workout. I’m in the process of finishing a full review of the Insanity Max 30 program (spoiler alert: it’s GREAT), and this workout in particular is part of the “deluxe” kit. I stumbled upon it because I just happened to scroll to the right after I finished the “Pulse” workout in the basic Max 30 kit. At only 15 minutes, I figured, “what the heck – I could sweat a little…”

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The workout is called Insanity Max 30 – Max Out 15. It is part of the Ab Maximizer add-on to the Insanity Max 30 program. I looked through the calendars online (through the Beachbody.com materials), and I don’t see where it would integrate in. Even on the “ab maximizer” calendar, there isn’t a clear spot to sub in Max Out 15. Unless you are just curious, and happen to try it when you are cycling through the 360 Abs and/or Max Out Abs, you will end up missing a hidden little gem.

Along with Overtime from Insanity: Asylum Volume 1, this workout will now be one of my “go-to” workouts if I’m in a time pinch, and I’m too lazy or busy to program something for myself. I “maxed” out relatively early in this one, so I certainly could keep doing it to see if I can push my threshold.

 

Overall Workout Rating:

MODIFIERS!!! They not only added modifiers for every move, they even have a viewing option that sets up a separate window to watch the modifier the whole time. Great job! This workout really doesn’t have much in the strength department – it’s just more of a workout to get you sweating quickly and as long as possible.

I give this a solid 4 out of 5 ass-kickings due to the amount of work he crammed into such a short period of time.

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Equipment Required: none – this is all bodyweight.

Workout Structure: no “warm up” – just 15 moves for 1 minute each, and then a 2 minute cooldown.

Calorie burn: 198 C (in 15 minutes!)

Heart rate chart: not bad for 15 minutes

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Exercise List: 

  1. Power knee – both legs
  2. Low switch kick punch
  3. Speed knee tap
  4. Jab lunge + hop squat
  5. Plank speed tap – both feet
  6. Hop, hop, runner
  7. Hit the floor + tuck jump – I HATE THESE
  8. Hop uppercut – nice recovery after #7
  9. 1-2-3 shuffle kick
  10. Push up + spider lunge
  11. High knee jab
  12. Hurdle drill
  13. Ab attack + kick – both legs
  14. X jump + X plank – tough, but I like these
  15. Plank jack arm raise – alternate

 

Have you ever done this workout, or the Insanity Max 30 program before? If so, what do you think of it? Please leave your thoughts below in the comments. If you enjoyed this post, please “like” and share!

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