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“I don’t have time”’ is the reason that most people don’t exercise.Well, they call it a ‘reason’ I like to call it what it really is -an excuse. Most people believe their workouts need to be 60-90 minutes in orderto really count. With this kind of time commitment it is no wonderthat exercise becomes the activity that you simply don’t have timefor. Before you know it one missed workout becomes two and soon yourealize you haven’t put on your gym shorts for a month. Missed exercise is a slippery slope toward irreversible consequences.Obesity wasn’t gained in one day; or even in one year. Neitherwas heart disease. Question: Have you ever wondered if long workouts really deliver thebest results? The truth is that exercise doesn’t have to take 60-90 minutesanymore. The experts agree that short, intense bouts of exercise canactually deliver better results than traditional low intenseexercise. In fact, a study was conducted at the University of Pittsburgh,School of Medicine that tested whether multiple short bouts ofexercise would deliver better results than one long bout of exercise.They found that participants who performed short bouts of exercisestuck with the program longer and experienced greater weight lossthan the participants that performed long bouts of exercise. Throw out the idea that you need an entire afternoon or a freeevening to have a great workout. It simply doesn’t take as much timeas you think.


* DUMBBELL SQUAT PRESS: Stand with your feet shoulder width apartand hold a dumbbell in each hand at shoulder level. First lower downinto a squat position. Make sure that your knees do not go past 90degrees. Exhale as you press the dumbbells overhead while youstraighten your legs and return to the starting position. Complete12-15 repetitions.   * Sprint or Jump Rope for 30 seconds.

* DUMBBELL LUNGE AND CURL: Stand with your feet shoulder widthapart and hold a dumbbell in each hand down at your sides. Exhale asyou lunge forward with your right leg and curl the dumbbells uptoward your chest. Make sure that your knee does not go past 90degrees. Inhale as you return to the starting position and repeat onthe other side. Complete 12-15 repetitions.   * Sprint or Jump Rope for 30 seconds.

* DUMBBELL BENT OVER ROWS: Stand with your feet shoulder widthapart and hold a dumbbell in each hand. Bend your knees and leanforward from your waist, keeping your back flat. Exhale as you driveyour elbows back and squeeze your shoulder blades together. Inhale asyou return to the starting position. Complete 12-15 repetitions.   * Sprint or Jump Rope for 30 seconds.

* V-UPS: Sit on the edge of a chair or bench and lean back. Exhaleas you drive your knees in toward your chest, squeezing yourabdominal muscles. Inhale as you lower your knees back down withcontrol. Complete 15-20 repetitions.   * Sprint or Jump Rope for 30 seconds.   

Think outside of the box. Could you do a 10 minute workout in the morning and a 15 minute workout before bed? Let’s be honest, you make time for the things that you feel areimportant. If I told you that for every minute you spent exercising Iwould give you a thousand dollars, would you find a minute toexercise? Sure you would! You’d probably find quite a few minutes toexercise. Short bursts of intense exercise will give you the results you want,all you have to do is make the time for it. Somewhere deep down inside you know that it’s now or never. Will you choose to simply close this email and allow your hecticschedule to slowly push you down the path of obesity and health risk?Or will you find creative ways to fit exercise into your day as yousteadily regain your shape and health? Make this the day that you finally make the change. Call or reply tothis email to schedule your no-obligation fitness consultation andI’ll show you many other high intensity time effective workouts thatdeliver amazing results. The choice is yours. Get Out Your Camera    Do you wish that you had more motivation to achieve your fitnessgoals? Give yourself inspiration by taking a ‘Before’ picture. That’sright, put on your bathing suit and pose! Next, place the picture in aplace that you see often (on the refrigerator maybe?) Now get to workon changing your body; imagine how great it will feel to replaceyour ‘Before’ picture with a stunning ‘After’ shot.

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