As I always say:
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Yes, it’s possible to get an effective workout in just 10, 15 or 20 minutes.
That’s exactly why some of the Women’s Strength Nation programming features workouts that are actually doable with a busy schedule.
You will be most successful in your fitness endeavors if you set yourself up for success that means you can actually accomplish your workout. Some days that means you need a quick workout that doesn’t not require a commute to the gym or tons of equipment.
Just remember, that in order to reach new levels of fitness you need to truly challenge your body and that means that you won’t get too far on 10 minutes workouts all the time.
If you are getting back on track, shorter workouts are a great way to ease in.
If you work out consistently and are short on time 1 or 2 days per week, a 10-minute home video is a great as long as you are also getting longer workouts on the other days.
You MUST check out the 10 Minutes to STRONG video below! It was shot on location at the Westin Hotels and Resorts in Puerta Vallarta and is a great HIIT workout (High Intensity Interval Training).
This workout is perfect for beginning to intermediate levels. Follow along with me for a moderate workout, or put some extra love and energy into it to get a harder workout.
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Check out the Westin Puerto Vallarta where this video was filmed. Click HERE.
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“The greatest danger for most of us lies not in setting our aim too high and falling short, but in setting our aim too low and achieving our mark.”
Stay strong, friend.