If you could get better results in a 10 minute workout vs a 30 minute one – which would you do?
10 minutes, right?
There is a big misconception that the longer you work out, the better your results will be. But that’s TOTALLY not true.
I think a BIG reason why is, when you train for 30, 45, 60 minutes or more, you end up pacing yourself, and “going through the motions” – just to make it to the end.
But when you focus on short (but intense) 10 or 20 minute training sessions instead, you can give each set and rep your all.
And if your goal is fat loss, there’s even better news.
You see, we ALL have a Fat-Shrinking Signal buried deep in our DNA, that when activated, releases a super-hormone which melts away belly fat so FAST you’ll visually see aflatter and more firm stomach in a matter of days …
And according to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, in only takes 10 short minutes to release the largest amount of your fat-burning super hormone .
So get started with workouts like this one:
10 Minute Gut Check Challenge (BETTER than 30 minutes of intervals)
We’re setting our timer for 4 ½ minutes. There’s 4 exercises that you’ll do 10 reps of each:
– 10 Close Grip Pushups
– 10 Prisoner Squats
– 10 Mountain Climber Burpees
– 10 Seal Jacks
You must complete all 10 reps before moving to the next exercise. Once you finish all of the exercises, that’s 1 round. Complete as many rounds as you can in 4 ½ minutes. There’s no scheduled rest, so only rest when necessary.
If your form starts to slip, or you just need a break, then take it and jump back in when you’re ready. As always, safety first.
After 4 ½ minutes, you’ll rest for 1 minute and then do it 1 more time for a total of 10 minutes. The goal is to beat the number of rounds you did in the first 4 ½ minutes.
And then once your Fat-Shrinking Signal is activated, it’ll work around the clock FOR you …
So you can spend more time doing the things you love while the weight keeps falling off week after week …
And as you feel your stress levels drop dramatically …
And your pants start slipping down your newly trim waist with every step you take …
The pressure from the excess fat smothering your heart, lungs, and arteries will release, and will be gone for good.
Train hard, and talk soon –
– Forest Vance
Master of Science, Human Movement
Certified Personal Trainer
 U.S. National Library of Medicine, 2003;33(8). Godfrey RJ, Madgwick Z, Whyte GP.