OK. I have just finished what I think is called the "preview" of it, but it's a FULL workout called "Plyo cardio circuit" (I think).
OK here are my thoughts (and they are kind of mixed):
1) I didn't start to really breathe and sweat like crazy until the 3rd circuit-before that, it was very doable (for me anyways). In the beginning to middle was this stretching portion, with some yoga moves, and I just wished he would've called them out more so I didn't have to raise my head alot to see what they were doing.
2) After that-I was sweating BULLETS. And that puddle of sweat was definitely there on the floor!
3) It was an interval workout-and there are lots of 30 second breaks. Which is a great thing, because it is pretty intense.
4) I would recommend this to someone who is in FANTASTIC cardiovascular health, (like a former marathoner, runner, aerobic queen,etc), and wants to lose some poundage. When I was a runner, my body was really different from now..I could've stood to lose some weight, and I was really flabby. You really have to think of how you would want to work your fitness goals-Do you want to lose weight first, then build muscle (with programs like P90X?) Or do you want to build that muscle, and then lose the weight? You really could do both...but THAT isn't for everybody. For me, I am integrating a whole heck of alot of programs and mish mashing them together, to keep it fresh. Muscle burns fat, period. So, for me, no 2 weeks are the same. BUT on my cardio days, I'm throwing in some Insanity! No doubt will it help in leaning out-just make sure you do some resistance training immediately before and after the program (if you are doing it by the book) so you don't lose your muscle. Granted, plyometrics of any kind will spark muscle growth, but not like weighted squats, wall squats, and weighted lunges will.
5)So when it comes out, my recommendation is if you completed P90X or something similar..and you want to lean out a bit more...GET IT. If you haven't done rigorous training though at all, I wouldn't recommend this right out the gate.
6)Did I mention how much I was sweating! I don't want to give the impression that it was "easy", it's just different from what I'm used to. My face was beet red and sweat was flying everywhere-especially the last 15 minutes. It was an all around great cardiovascular workout-FOR SURE.
In Him and Health-Demi