Recent studies have shown that short workouts can be, just as effective (if not more) as a one hour workout.
In today’s world, when we are constantly on the move, from one place to another, working long hours, doing grocery shopping, cooking, cleaning and taking care of the kids – finding time to go to the gym, visit the studio or even do a one hour walk outside – is a privilege we no longer have.
As a result, we are looking for new methods to get maximum results with minimum time.
The most efficient way to get results is via short – 16 minutes – high intensity, multi-functional cardio workout.
Because in a 16-minutes workout every minute counts – there are no seconds to waste.
Because our body continues to burn calories 24-48 hours after the workout.
Because is it easier to maintain a workout regime based on short interval workouts, as opposed to long workouts.
Because it is more diverse than simply doing one hour walk on a treadmill.
Because you can do it at home – at your convenience.
Because you can use your body weight – no additional accessories are required.
Because it is quick – do you need more than that?
Sometimes, even 16 minutes a day can be a challenging task to come by. Here are a few tips on how you can find the time:
Spend 16 minutes less going on Facebook.
Wake up 20 minutes earlier.
Record your favorite TV show – that way you would spend less time watching commercials.
Put it down on your to-do-list. Once it is there – there is less chance that you will neglect it.
Get your workout gear ready ahead of time – so that you spend less time getting ready and more time working out.