Slowly but surely more people are giving shorter workouts a try. The rising popularity of shorter workouts could be caused by the social media buzz . So many people are raving about their latest HIIT workouts. Or, our schedules that keep getting more and more full could be driving interest in shorter workouts. The reason they are popular doesn’t really matter. The fact is that by now you have likely heard that you can get all the results you need from workouts that are shorter than your favorite TV show.
While short workouts are delivering phenomenal results for more and more people, there are some of us who are still not sold on what seems like a too good to be true solution. We have tried those workouts and quite frankly, we were underwhelmed. We didn’t feel like we got a good workout at all. And, some of us have stuck to them long enough to see that even with consistency, they are just not producing results for us.
Well, as someone who used to be all about those 60-minute workouts and who gets to coach hundreds of women, I have discovered exactly why short workouts don’t work so well for quite a few people who try them.
Check out this video where I get real with you about why your short workouts aren’t producing results.
OK, there it is. I kept it real about the part that most people aren’t telling you when they rave about what a game changer shorter workouts are. So, if you want to enjoy spending less time working out and still get results, you know what to do differently.
And, if you need to see what kind of effort is required to get results from those shorter workouts, download your own copy of my Fierce in 20 Workouts. You can sweat it out along with me for the full workout.
A Few Points to Remember
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