What Is Shaun Week? – Shaun T’s Newest Workouts

Shaun T, creator of the popular workouts Insanity, T25, CIZE, and several more, is back with his newest project. It’s called Shaun week, and everyone is asking, “what is Shaun Week?”.

Is it a one time event, or is this an actual week long program?

So What Is Shaun Week?

Shaun week is a 7 day program that is made of workouts that are inspired by and similar to Insanity and T25. In the video below, Shaun T refers to Shaun Week as his “greatest hits”.

Shaun Week is a 7-day intensive full body boot camp developed by Shaun T to motivate you to focus like you’ve never focused before. And dig deeper than you ever thought possible. If you loved Insanity and T25, you’re going to love this. While you most likely won’t see dramatic before and after pictures (let’s be real, it’s only 7 days), you can expect to sweat your ass off.

Beachbody.com is calling Shaun Week a “7 day attack on belly fat and inactivity”. Use it to jump start results. After the 7 days you can move on to Insanity, T25, CIZE, Insanity Max 30, or any of the dozens of programs that are inside of the Beachbody On Demand library.

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Shaun Week

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What Is Shaun Week? – The 7 Workouts

  • Day 1 – Insane Basics (33 min)
  • Day 2 – Cardio 2 (27 min)
  • Day 3 – Insane Weights (30 min)
  • Day 4 – 25 Min Abs (25 min)
  • Day 5 – Ripsanity (30 min)
  • Day 6 – Speed 4.0 (30 min)
  • Day 7 – Dig Deep (30 min)

All of the workouts can be found inside of the Beachbody On Demand library. You can get instant access and start streaming your workouts today by clicking on the button below.

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Will Shaun Week Be Too Hard For Me?

Shaun T’s workouts are hard, but workouts are supposed to be hard. That’s why it’s called a “work” out and not a “pleasant and fun” out. Although Shaun does his best to make his workouts out fun.

The good news is that Shaun Week is for anyone at any fitness level. Included in every workout is a modifier that demonstrates a slightly easier modified move. You may find that with some moves you need the to follow the modifier, and some you don’t. It’s OK to go back and forth. The goal is to get moving, get your heart rate up, and make progress. If you find that you’re completely out of breath and unable to keep going, it’s OK to take a short break, catch your breath, and then jump back in.

Always remember that the goal is progress, NOT perfection. The reality is, if most of us could keep up with Shaun T during the workout, that would mean it’s too easy.

Get Back On Track Today With Shaun T’s “Shaun Week“!

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