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Bodyweight Cardio Workout In 10 Minutes

bodyweight cardio workout video in this episode of Fit Dad TVWhat’s goin’ down!

I hope your week is off to an awesome start and I hope you had an awesome weekend!

Mine was pretty sweet.  My wife and daughter’s birthdays were last week and today is my birthday.  I turn 32 and feel pretty darn good about it.  I hear some people say how they wish they could go back to their 20’s and never age beyond that decade, but I don’t agree.  I liked my 20’s, but I wouldn’t want to go back to them, although my hairline was a bit lower (which is also why I’m keeping my hair long as long as I can!).

Anywho, on with the message!

Remember that quick little 10-minute bodyweight cardio workout I shared with you not too long ago?

If not, click here to check that butt-kickin workout video out.

I have another one of those little devils…err… I mean sweet bodyweight workouts, for you!

Same concept – quick, intense bodyweight workout that you can do anywhere and virtually any time.

I’m going to touch on this after the video, but whenever you do a 10-minute workout such as the bodyweight cardio I’m going to show you, you must focus and pay attention to what you’re doing.  It sounds overly simplistic, and maybe even stupid, but trust me when I say it’s not.  It’s a common problem and can make or break your results.

To check it out, watch the Bodyweight Cardio Workout below…

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Also, don’t forget to focus on your muscles while doing these workouts.  I know that may sound weird, but it’s important.  I work with people every day here in my studio and one of the most common problems I see is people not “focusing.”  They go through the motions and hope to be done – don’t be that person.  This bodyweight workout is quick and is meant to work your entire body, burn lots of calories and crank your metabolism…but you have to do the work – you can’t just go through the motions.

Focus on what you’re doing.

Focus on the muscles worked.

Work hard.

Make sense?

If you’re not “present” and thinking, concentrating and actively flexing the muscles you’re working, you won’t achieve the results you’re after…or any results you do achieve will be horrible.

You might be able to get away with going through the motions in longer workouts (although you’re still wasting your time), but with these quick workouts (that are meant to be intense), you need to focus!

So if you’re doing a push-up in your bodyweight workout, really focus on flexing your chest (pecs) as you press your body up off the floor.  Focus on keeping your abs and butt muscles tight and make sure you use a proper tempo.

If you’re doing something like Mountain Climbers in your bodyweight cardio workout, focus on keeping your body in a straight line (just like push-ups), keep your abs tight and make the reps count.

See what I’m saying?

You can do quick workouts, you can use your own bodyweight, and you can still see phenomenal results, but you must FOCUS and be present.  Don’t go trhough the motions hoping to be done as soon as possible.

Crank it.

Work and your body will thank you.  It’ll thank you by dropping body fat like crazy!

Have an awesome day and I’ll talk to you soon!

Ed

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Ed Scow, also known as "The Fit Dad", likes long walks on the beach, snuggling, hand stand push-ups and pretending to work. He's also a fitness & nutrition expert, proud papa and husband to a smokin' hot wifey.

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