If you pay any attention to your Facebook feed or fitness magazines at the checkout line, you have heard that you don’t really need to spend a ton of time working out to get results.
10 Minute Abs
5 Minute Glutes
7 Minute Arms
Sounds familiar right? But you aren’t buying it are you?
This whole quick workout thing sounds too good to be true so you stick to your long exercise videos, head over to kickboxing class, suffer through an hour on the treadmill, or keep waiting until you “have the time” to start working out.
But what if it isn’t too good to be true? What if YOU can actually get great results with a few quick workouts a week?
I completely understand why you may not be drinking the quick workout Kool-Aid. I was skeptical too. I remember thumbing through an article about getting “bikini ready” in a few minutes each day. I looked at the exercise routine and literally laughed out loud. Then I got a little angry because it was honestly an insult to my intelligence.
Let me tell you something. Doing a million seated arm circles followed by a billion arm curls with three pound weights isn’t going to build the type of body that was shown in the article. I knew that. You know that. We alllll know that.
The reason you are still holding out on this “quick workout” thing is because you are smart enough to know that if you are going to change your body, you are going to have to challenge it.
But does challenging your body mean spending alllll day working out? Is time the only way to create challenge? No! No! No!