[Amazing 30-Sec Workout] Gets you in better shape than 75% of your neighbors

Do the above workout at a steep hill or sand dune near you for 20 to 30 seconds just once per day for 30-days and you’ll easily be in better shape than 75% of Americans. Yes at least 80% of Americans are overweight and only about 25% of Americans exercise just a few times a week. Yet even the ones who do exercise a few times a week are largely doing long, slow and boring aerobic programs which are far inferior to the fitness, fat burning, energy increasing and health building benefits of doing hill sprints.

Do that same workout 3 times a day or for a total of one and a half minutes or just 90 seconds and you’ll easily be in better shape than 85% of Americans.

Now double up on that workout and do it six times a day for a mere three minutes of exercise per day and you’ll be in better shape than 90 to 95% of Americans by doing just three minutes of intense exercise per day.

How much quicker and easier can it be to get in great shape?

Of course, if you’re out of shape you’ll have to start very slowly. Even doing one of these at full intensity may not be possible for you at the moment. But it doesn’t mean you can’t work your way up to doing them.

For instance you can try just walking up the hill or the sand dune at first. Or maybe just walk up part of the hill when your first starting.

Your Radiant Health, Fitness and Infinite Potential Coach,

Roger Haeske
The 48-Year Old Teanajer

 


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[Amazing 30-Sec Workout] Gets you in better shape than 75% of your neighbors — 2 Comments

  1. Great video Roger! Would you suggest taking a day off between sprints or not? I plan on doing some sprinting myself,this video will help me get started, thanks, Dean.

    • Aloha Dean,

      The advantage of hill sprints over regular sprints is that you can do them daily without getting overly sore.

      Why?

      Because you are running much slower than on a level surface. So this creates less muscle soreness. Of course, you’ll have to do your own experiments because each person is different and at a different level of fitness.

      But you could theoretically do 1 hill sprint a day for the rest of your life with little issue.

      If you plan on doing more than one a day, which I recommend, then you may want to take a couple of days off per week. Or at least one day off from sprinting. You could do other exercises instead.

      Roger

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