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10 Minute Workout and 4 Minute Abs Workout Videos

What do you get when you cross a comic-book loving personal trainer, who knows a little bit about techie stuff, with a new software program that lets him turn his videos into comic books?

Me last week while I was editing some new videos.  Not a very good joke (OK it’s a very bad joke), but I did tweak some of the videos I made last week to make them look like comic books.

I might be the only one who thinks it’s cool – and I think it’s very cool – but why don’t you watch a couple of them and let me know what you think.

Check out this 10 minute workout video:

Check out this 4 minute abs workout video:

You can do these 2 workouts together (do the 10 minute one first) and get a killer fat loss workout done – that puts a ton of emphasis on the abs – in under 15 minutes.  How cool is that?

One of the exercises in the 4-minute abs workout is a little bit more advanced, but I want you to give it a try if you feel you’re up for it.  It’s a really good full body abs exercise and you just might surprise yourself.  But if you don’t think you can do it, substitute it with Burpees.

Have a great day!


P.S. – Make sure you watch those videos and let me know what you think about the new style.

P.P.S. – These workouts were taken directly from my Fat Loss To Go program and I’m in the process of taking every single workout (including the free add-on workouts) and filming them all.  I’m getting more and more requests for follow-along fat loss workout videos and I’m accommodating that request.  So be on the lookout for that option in the next month or two.

But don’t forget that when you buy my Fat Loss To Go program, you get free updates for life…so when I do decide to add these videos, you’ll get access to them for free no matter if you downloaded today or 3 months ago!

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