After completing Insanity about a month ago, I felt great and ready to go into a hybrid of that program and Tony Horton’s P90X. However, when I scoured the internet for such a program, they all looked pretty much alike and rather uninspired.
Plus, I knew I wanted to include some of Tony’s One-On-One routines in my hybrid.
It goes like this:
- Day 1 – Steve’s 30/15 (based on One-On-One 30/15)
- Day 2 – Plyometric Cardio Circuit + Cardio Abs from Insanity
- Day 3 – Steve’s Shoulders & Legs (based on One-On-One Diamond Delts & Plyo Legs)
- Day 4 – Pure Cardio + Cardio Abs from Insanity
- Day 5 – Base & Back from One-On-One
- Day 6 – Fountain of Youth Yoga from One-On-One
- Day 7 – OFF
- Day 8 – Pure Cardio + Cardio Abs from Insanity
- Day 9 – Steve’s 30/15 (based on One-On-One 30/15)
- Day 10 – Plyometric Cardio Circuit from Insanity
- Day 11 – Steve’s Shoulders & Legs (based on One-On-One Diamond Delts & Plyo Legs)
- Day 12 – Cardio Power & Resistance + Cardio Abs from Insanity
- Day 13 – Patience/Hummingbird Yoga from One-On-One
- Day 14 – OFF
Days 15-28: Repeat the above.
All in all, I am very happy with the program. I’m going to take a week off to recover, doing yoga and Core Cardio & Balance from Insanity, then I’ll do another 4 weeks of the above.
If you want to try it out, you’ll need some of the Insanity and One-On-One DVDs, and you can download my Excel worksheets (in PDF format) for the non-cardio / non-yoga days here: Worksheets For One-On-One-Insanity Hybrid (PDF).
Enjoy and let me know what you think.