What if I told you that you can have a strong and fit body with only 45 minutes of strength training per week?
You've been told you need to spend an hour a day in the gym - at least - to see some significant changes. You've been told that you have to do hours and hours of cardio to burn calories. And, you've probably been told that you have to cut out at least 500 calories a day to lose weight.
BUT, WHAT IF I told you...
The above is all old news from the 80s, totally debunked myths?
My 7-Day Mini Workout Schedule and Nutrition Guide (scroll down) has achieved major changes in my Slim & Strong Program clients?
These short mini workouts have created lean and strong bodies without spending hours in the gym?
80% of fat loss is the result of what you eat, not how much cardio you do?
Still don't believe me?
I'm going to challenge you to give me a chance for just one week. Follow the workout below and make the suggested ONE nutrition change. If you don't see the changes, I'm happy to give you your old body back :-)
You may experience any or all of the following:
muscle definition developing
less redness and puffiness in the face
more balanced energy
sugar cravings diminishing
a stronger and more energized physique
less time spend thinking about food and exercise
more time to live life instead of commuting to and from classes/gym
Here's your 7-Day Mini Workout Schedule:
Monday | 5 Minutes Upper Body
Tuesday | 9 Minutes Lower Body
Wednesday | 6 Minutes Core/Abs
Thursday | 6 Minute Full Body Workout
Friday | 7 Minute Push Up Routine
Saturday | 6 Minutes Butt
Sunday | 6 Minutes Core/Abs
HOW TO | WORKOUTS
DO YOUR WORKOUT FIRST THING IN THE MORNING
Do your workouts first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. Ideally, walk for 20-60 minutes afterwards. Why? The workouts help release body fat into your blood stream. The lower intensity cardio walking will help to burn it off.
Got injuries? Modify as you need to.
Not strong enough? Do the best you can.
The idea is to GET stronger, not to perfectly master every single rep. The whole idea of TRAINING means that you want to see change over time. The idea is not that you are already perfect at every single exercise, but that you train yourself to get better.
HOW TO | NUTRITION
Here’s the one Nutrition Change I want you to make this week...
Cut out all sugar from your diet. That includes artificial sweeteners (Splenda, Sucralose, aspartame) and real sugar, such as fruit, candy, chocolates, fruit juices.
Stevia is ok to use as it’s a natural sweetener and won’t raise your blood sugar. If you have sugar cravings, you can have 2-3 squares of dark chocolate that has at least 85% cocoa, such as my favorites: Green & Black or Lindt 90%.
Watch this short video on the 7 scary things sugar does to you
I look forward to hearing about the amazing changes
you’ll notice in just ONE week!