Shaun T’s FOCUS T25 Base Kit – DVD Workout

Get an hour’s results in just 25 minutes a day. The only thing standing between you and the results you want is time. That’s why trainer Shaun T experimented for the last year to design a program that delivers the same kind of results you’d expect from an hour-long program, in under 30 minutes. The result is FOCUS T25—and the name implies the intent: If you focus your intensity for 25 minutes and you do it 5 days a week, you will get results.

The FOCUS T25 base kit includes 11 workouts on 9 DVDs, Quick-Start Guide, Nutrition Guide, ALPHA-BETA Workout Calendars, 5-Day Fast Track, and a B-LINES Resistance Band (15 lbs.).

Product Features

  • Get an hour’s results in just 25 minutes a day with FOCUS T25
  • Includes 11 nonstop 25-minute workouts on 9 DVDs, Quick-Start Guide, Nutrition Plan, Workout Calendars, B-LINES Resistance Band (15 lb.), and 5-Day Fast Track Guide
    (located inside shrink wrap)
  • Major studies have shown that 30 minutes of exercise can be just as effective at burning fat and even more efficient than 60 minutes of exercise
  • With FOCUS T25, you need to work out just 25 minutes a day to get in the best shape of your life
  • So push Play and focus for 25 minutes and get it done!
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3 Responsesso far.

  1. Frieda "Frieda" says:

    Don’t let the 25 minutes fool you, you will work in this program This is a good, fun workout program with the production quality you would expect from a Beachbody product (note: I am NOT a BB coach, so have nothing to sell you, I’m just giving my opinion).This program is neither Insanity nor Asylum. It’s about as intense as Insanity without all of the crazy plyometrics but with a little of the additional strength and agility from Asylum, but I wouldn’t say it has the same focus as Asylum. Asylum is really geared more toward the very serious athlete, while T25 is more geared toward the very serious fitness enthusiast. To be honest, most of us aren’t training for a professional level sport, so this is not a problem and you get an amazing workout in just 25 minutes. And it doesn’t require all of the equipment of an Asylum-type workout, just a mat and the included band or some weights if you have them.There’s a Shakeology commercial before each workout, which is really annoying, but the discs are programmed so that you can fast…

  2. VTkillabee says:

    What’s the difference? First off a little about me. I’m in my thirties and I have done various at home dvd’s like Gilad, P90x, Insanity and Insanity Asylum. I have also worked with trainers and worked out on my own but I am by no means a fitness expert. I know a lot of people have asked what is the difference between Insanity and this new workout? I know Shaun T himself has said that the programs shouldn’t be compared but it is inevitable.So if you look at the first month of Insanity and take away the stretch those routines are roughly a half hour or less which pretty much equals the same amount of time as Focus T25. Now I have only done the first month workouts but here are some major differences I’ve noticed. T25 features progressive exercises. For example when you do switch kicks you start standing on the floor with no jumping and simply do a low switch kick. After around thirty seconds you will then jump and do a normal switch kick while still keeping your legs low. After this you…

  3. Leanne says:

    Shaun T makes working out HARD, but you’ll get FAST results! ~~ Although my review starts with my initial impressions of the program, I include updates about my experience doing six weeks of Focus T25. At the end of this review, I provide my overall thoughts about the program. ~~~I’m only a few days into the ten-week program, but I thought I would share some thoughts about Focus T25 in case some people have questions. I’ll be sure to update my review as I use this program, and will share my results. Since my husband and I are doing this together, I’ll be sure to include his impressions, too.~~ BACKGROUND ~~As a bit of background, I’m a fitness DVD junkie, and have about 350 workout DVDs in my collection; I have worked out consistently for over 25 years, ever since I was 15. I consider myself to be an advanced exerciser, and am always on the lookout for new workouts. I am not a Beachbody coach or affiliated with the company in any way, but I’ve bought a lot of Beachbody sets in the past since they are…