Can Less Exercise Yield Greater Results?
How many hours a day do you spend working out at the gym?
Are your efforts yielding minimal, if any, results?
If you said yes, you're not alone, and it’s important we dispel a few myths about working out.
Many of you reading this are thinking right now, “I don’t have the time,” or “I don’t have the money to put into working out to get the body that I want.” If this is you, I’ve got good news!
I’m going to teach you the science behind how working out for only 12 minutes per day will literally keep you burning fat for the next 36 hours. That means it will take no time and no money at all. Ready to sign up?
You don’t need any equipment for the workouts I’m talking about. These exercises don’t even require you to go to a gym. In fact, you don’t have to buy a membership anywhere, and you can still get the results you’re looking for.
What we’re talking about is not doing a long workout. You’re not going to be running on a treadmill for hours. You’re not going to be jogging outside. You’re not going to be swimming for 45 minutes to an hour.
I’m talking about short exercises, and it’s going to fit into your schedule, and it’s going to be effective.
I’m talking about high-intensity, short duration workouts, also known as Burst Training or High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT).
When you workout for a short period of time at high intensity, you should be breathing heavy, you’ll want to be sweating, and you will want your heart rate to go up to 85% of your maximum level of potential.
You may be thinking, “What’s my maximum potential?” If your heart rate is at 85%, it means you can’t talk to someone because you’re breathing too heavily, you’re sweating, and you feel like you’re working out in that moment.
In other words, if you can hold a conversation with the person next to you, you’re not working out hard enough!
I know that you’ll be able to do this and that you’ll love it, as you’ll only have to workout for six minutes, and you’re going to rest for six minutes (did you hear that, half of the exercise is rest!).
Sounds amazing, right?
But first, I need to tell you why high-intensity, short duration workouts are better for you since it is contrary to everything you’ve ever been taught about exercise.
Here’s why you don’t want to workout for a long time. Many of you are doing long-distance running, biking, swimming, or exercising in other ways for an hour or longer. If that’s the case, your body is only burning sugar. It’s not burning fat.
That means when you look at that elliptical or that treadmill and it says, “You burned 1,000 calories,” all you actually burned was sugar for that 45 minutes. It never even touched the fat that’s hanging around in your belly and your butt.
Yes, burning 1,000 calories sounds great, but you want it burning fat.
Burst training is going to bring your heart rate up to that 85% max for you to actually get results.
Is this making sense?
My good friends Jonathan and Faith, your Founders of Fortified Health Club, put together an incredible 6-part video series that teaches you how to lose weight and keep it off. They teach you 3 simple steps to melt away stubborn fat for good.
If you sign up for their program, you’ll even get a complete video workout from me, and you can exercise with us from the comfort of your own home with no exercise equipment.
I recruited Jonathan to be one of my exercise guinea pigs. He’s in shape, and you won’t believe how winded he is after this 6 minute workout. Take action now; join their video series and learn the 3 simple steps to lose weight and keep it off, and you'll get exclusive access to my workout video and so much more.
Remember, burst training only requires about 10 minutes per day, and allows you to burn calories for up to 36 hours after the workout, without any exercise equipment or expensive gym memberships.
If you do these exercises I teach only three times a week, you will get the exact results you’re looking for; a lean machine with muscles, burning fat throughout the day.
Your life will drastically change within a short 30 days.