First of all, you need space, a lot of space. You are jumping a lot, you are doing moving planks a lot and you are moving/running back and forth a lot. So before thinking of buying Asylum, make sure you have a big space to work out in.
With that out of the way I can't help but mention how much I love the beachbody programs. The past few days I had several incidents happening which made me realize just how much the programs helped me.
Well yes, other programs work as well but what I really love is the variety that keeps me motivated. I have a tendency to get bored as soon as things become easy or repetitive and beachbody programs are neither of those two things.
I felt a bit down after the move, not so much because I do not like it here but because I wasn't able to work out in almost over a month now. It also seems more complicated to make it work and I won't have the same nice space in front of the TV like I used to. All this made me a bit cranky.
It's official now: after finishing my first round of P90X I also graduated with my first round of Insanity. A lot of sweat and calories were lost. However I have to admit that I think Insanity is more suited for people who actually still have to lose numbers on the scale. Even though my cardio has improved a lot, I hardly saw any changes in my body composition.