Former Huron Tiger Kayla Rotschafer poses for a photo with Shaun T, the Insanity workout creator. Rotschafer is just one of 185 people that is certified to teach the Insanity workout program. She will return to Huron next week to teach the program for three weeks along with another fitness program called Turbo kick. In the next photo, Kayla Rotschafer (left) and her husband Nic Rotschafer pose for a photo with the Turbo Kick program creator Chalene Johnson. PHOTOS CONTRIBUTED
HURON ó Insanity will soon strike in the Nordby Center.
But the only side effect will be increased fitness by those who take advantage of the fitness craze that is sweeping the nation.
The Insanity fitness program, developed by Beachbody, creator of the nationís most popular in-home fitness and weight loss solutions, was founded in 1998 by Carl Daikeler and Jonathan Congdon.
Beachbodyís many programs, including P90x, P90x2, Slim in 6, Insanity, Turbo Jam, Hip Hop Abs, Body Beast, Yoga Booty Ballet, Turbo Kick and others ó combine challenging DVD-based home fitness programs with easy-to-follow diet guidelines, superior nutritional supplements and an unparalleled online support system.
The Insanity and Turbo Kick are what the Nordby Center will be adding.
According to its creators, the Insanity workout might just be the hardest fitness program ever put on DVD and it is now being brought to fitness centers around the country. Personal trainer Shaun T, Shaun Thompson, pushes those working out to the limits with 10 Insanity workout discs packed with plyometric drills on top of nonstop intervals of strength, power, resistance, and ab and core training moves.
For those thinking about taking this opportunity at the Nordby Center, no equipment or weights are needed.
The program focuses on maximum interval training with short periods of rest.
To add some local flavor, Kayla Rotschafer, the daughter of Huronís Superintendent of Schools Terry Nebelsick, will share her expertise on site at the Nordby Center.
She is one of just 185 people certified to instruct the Insanity program and is in the actual infomercials on television that demonstrates the program.
The Insanity class schedule is from 6 p.m. for 30 minutes and will be on Monday, April 22 and Wednesday, April 24, then three times in the second week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. That will be followed by five days of classes starting Monday, May 6 through May 10.
She will also be doing classes for the Turbo Kick program following the Insanity class.
Turbo Kick is about maximizing the effectiveness and fun factors of workouts.
According to the programís website, itís a combination of intense kickboxing moves, as well as dance moves all perfectly choreographed to high energy and motivating music.
The process creates the ultimate cardiovascular challenge thatís a unique blend of intense intervals strength/endurance training and a relaxing cool-down.
Turbo Kick requires no previous kickboxing experience or equipment.
That program will run from 6:45 p.m. for 30 minutes starting Monday, April 22 for four consecutive days a week concluding on Thursday, May 9.
There is a discount offered for those who would like to ďkick the challenge and be insaneĒ by participating in both classes which are open to both members and nonmembers.
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