10 Minute Workouts…Can You Really Lose Weight With Them?
One of the things I’m always amazed by is the people who constantly question whether you can really achieve results with a 10-minute workout.
Please don’t misunderstand, I don’t mean that in a bad way. It’s not their fault they’ve been told for years you have to workout for 30-60 minutes (or longer) every day if you want to lose weight and get in better shape.
In fact, just today I was reading in a magazine about some hot young Hollywood starlet’s workout where her trainer said she worked out 2 hours a day, 5 days a week to get and maintain her body.
Who the hell has that much time to workout?
I do this for a living and there’s no way I can carve that much time out of my day to devote to a fat loss workout!
So why should I expect you to try and workout for a fraction of that time when I know you’ve got way too many things going on and you’re not going to stick to it?
Why can’t I come up with a great workout that only takes 10 minutes? Why can’t I come up with something that cuts through all the crap and only uses the most effective fat loss exercises, can be done from home using only dumbbells and your own bodyweight, and more importantly be something that you will actually do?
Time is, by far, the biggest excuse and objection to people working out. Yet when I give someone a workout that totally obliterates that excuse, they’re doubtful.
Why not try?
In fact, that brings to mind an email I received a little over a month ago from a female client who was really excited to try my 10-minute workouts, but was still skeptical.
She’d been so used to working out for 60 minutes that she didn’t think she could get the results she wanted and was wondering if there was anything I could do to extend the 10 minute workouts and make them longer.
I flat out told her no.
I told her to stick with the 10-minute workouts for a month.
She begrudgingly took my advice and stuck with the 10-minute workouts and didn’t step on her treadmill or use their giant home gym for an entire month.
Here’s what she told me last week, “Ed, I didn’t think it would work, but it did. I was very skeptical for about a week, then I started to notice a few things. I had more energy, I was actually doing the workouts on a consistent basis (which has NEVER happened before), and I was getting a lot stronger…in only a couple weeks.
Now it’s been a month and I’m totally floored and amazed! I have lost 6 pounds (I don’t have much to lose), my waist has shrunk, my hips are smaller and I’m standing taller with better posture!
I’m hooked and you’ve made a believer out of me. I fully expected to be able to tell you that you were wrong, but it was me who was wrong!”
So what do you think? Does that sound like you? Are you skeptical about a 10 minute workout?
All that I ask is you give my 3-week 10-minute workout a try. It’s free and I guarantee you’ll see results.
You’ll see results because you cut out your biggest excuse and because the workouts are awesome (I designed them after all).
What else do you have to lose besides some extra fat and some false beliefs?
Have a great day!
P.S. – After you’ve tried my free workouts, you’ll definitely want to jump into my Fat Loss To Go program. It’s got over 15 weeks of 10-mintute workouts that can be done from home, while only using dumbbells and your own bodyweight. Grab your copy today at www.FatLossToGo.com/StartToday.html