Are you crazy enough to try this program?

Rose Wahlmeier, Sports Editor

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The definition of “Insanity” is this: the hardest workout ever put on DVD.
Are you up for the challenge?
Some took this video on but did not make it past day one.
An example would be juniors Grant Shell and Kendall Jeffers who did it the first day, but when day two rolled around, they were “busy.”
Another example of someone who at least tried would be junior Antony Furse. “I thought I would get stacked, but I realized I’m lazy.”
Science teacher Mark Engel has done “Insanity” and is still currently doing it.
He said, “It’s good cardio, doesn’t hurt my knees, and Shaun T motivates like no other.”
Sophomore Terranda Grimm did it for a whole month, over the summer to get into shape.
She stopped because she did not have any motivation to keep going.
Junior Marisa Haselhuhn said, “I did ‘Insanity’ in my room, which made it harder because there is a lot of jumping, and my room is not very big.”
However, she lasted for the entire summer, which was about two months. It made her feel really ripped but super sore.
Some people really like to do crazy things, but some do not.
“Insanity” is accurately named.

Juniors Luke Wahlmeier and Kobie Engel pretend that they are doing an "Insanity" routine in the wrestling room.  (PHOTO:  Lindsey Leiser)

Juniors Luke Wahlmeier and Kobie Engel pretend that they are doing an “Insanity” routine in the wrestling room. (PHOTO: Lindsey Leiser)

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