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Dig Deeper Award from Shaun T in Xbox Fitness

Dig Deeper Award from Shaun T Time-limited Challenge Finished

This is a rare achievementShaun T challenges you to get five stars four times on any of his INSANITY® workouts!

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Achievement Guide for Dig Deeper Award from Shaun T

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Achievement won on 25 Feb 14
TA Score for this game: 1,508
Posted on 06 February 14 at 03:00, Edited on 12 February 14 at 02:16
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Gotta update the begging with something really important: Ok so this is just some general workout advice for all of you. When you take a water break don't chug your water. Just take small swigs, I'd say about 3-5 at most. If you chug it you will get cramps and it will make workouts hard to finish. I know this because I kept accidentally doing it because I keep doing it without thinking then it makes the workout painful. Even if you feel like your going to die of thirst just take a few sips in between each workout and it won't turn into a cramp but you can make your throat less dry.

There's no real easy way to get this challenge (because no matter what your going to have to do all the workouts correctly and get through the entire 40 minute workout) but there is a tip I used. The term Xbox Pause will probably be the most helpful thing you can use to get this challenge. You should use it when...
1. You are getting way to tired to the point where you're about to stop doing the workout from exhaustion or you're loosing points because of your form.
2. You don't get the workout and your loosing points. Just pause and look it up online.
3. If the Kinect looses you or is having any kind of trouble seeing what your doing.
4. Or if you just need to take any kind of water break or feel like stopping and coming back to finish it later.
Those are pretty much all the tips I can give and it was very useful for me because I've only done two Insanity workouts and got five stars on both of them first try. Obviously don't feel bad if you have to pause often, there are no repercussions for pausing it as long as when you play it again you start the workout you paused it on immediately or else you might loose some points. There is also no limited amount of times you can pause the game so you can do it as often as you want. The one problem with this is you obviously have to say Xbox pause clearly which can be a problem if your panting, but just try to calm down your breathing and keep saying it until it works. If you want to know which workout to choose I've only done the Pure Cardio, and Plymetric Cardio but I'm going to try the third one tomorrow and will report back with how easy/hard it is. What I can tell you though is that the Plymetric Cardio seemed to have a few more upper body workouts (It made you do a lot of suicide drills which consisted of 4 push ups, followed by 8 mountain climbers, followed by you standing up, jumping into the air using your upwards momentum, then getting back down to repeat for up to a minute at a time) but less leg workouts (All it had you do was basketball shots which are jumping into the air in shooting your hands like you would shooting a basketball), and the Pure Cardio seemed to have a few more leg workouts (did what the basketball shots like the last one, and you had to do frog jumps which are going down into a squatting position, touching the floor, then leaping up from the position for up to a minute at a time), but less arm workouts (the only arm workout I noticed was it made you do pushups for like 15 seconds). So if you don't have any upper body strength I would recommend the Pure Cardio and if you don't have lower body strength you probably should probably do the Plymetric Cardio. Also if you want to get more FP towards the A Cool Mil. achievement I would do the Pure Cardio work out because I got about 5000 more points on that one. But if you're just trying to burn some calories and decided to get this challenge along the way I would do the Plymetric Cardio workout because I burnt about an extra 35 calories in around the same amount of time. So I will update tomorrow with the other workout and other than that this is everything I got. Hope this helps you guys out.

Edit: Ok finally back guys. Sorry it took forever but I've just been busy and a little bit lazy recently. So going straight into it and talking about the final workout... Oh my it's a toughy. Honestly anything I said I found difficult in the first two I think pales to comparison to this one. I'm typing this with still 8 minutes to go in it because I need a break. For those of you who don't know which one I'm talking about it's the Cardio Power and Resistance. For people wondering why it's so hard for one it pretty much requires you to have some sort of flexibility. For example right now stand up straight without bending your knees and touch your toes. Ok, now I want you to put your hands flat on the floor, move your feet about a foot back keeping everything straight, put all your weight on your hands and face your fingers towards each other so your elbows go out when you go down. Now pretty much do a push up and do that 15-20 times. If you can't do that wouldn't try this workout. Now sit down on your couch. put the palm of your hand on the edge of your couch and go down till your butt almost touches the ground but doesn't and repeat 25-30 times. If you can't do that, wouldn't really try this workout. Not to mention all the cardio and leg workouts. Now also I just benched before doing this and also ate McDonalds (which in retrospect was not such a good idea) and I have asthma so if your reading this and you've already done the workout and are wondering what i'm going on about this is probably why. So to sum up if you wanna get jacked, go ahead do this workout. If you just wanna get this challenge I would go for one of the other two. I still got the five stars but it required perfecting a lot of the workouts to make up for all the flexible stuff I couldn't do and a lot of bad form I ran into when I started getting worn out. Now I'm not really thinking straight because I'm pretty tired from the workout so if I left something out that I put in the last part please pm me or leave a comment.
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