Fitness. Fatloss. Results.

Fit and Lean in A Few Minutes A Day??

overweight manHave you read that somewhere? Or ‘2 minute abs’ or ‘lose all the weight you want in 20 minutes a week?’  Deep down you know it’s too good to be true don’t you?  Well it is.  Keeping and getting into shape does take some time.  Not hours and hours at a time as some would have you believe, but you really do need to put in the effort. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is!

Programs and products that make these claims are just using good marketing techniques to sell to people who do not know better. Minutes a day, what could be easier. It makes for an easy sell to people who are too lazy to train properly.

It’s a great thing to lessen the time spent training by using high intensity techniques for your cardio and strength training. It is another thing to think you can get away with doing practically nothing and still have a fit and healthy body.

Some health benefits can be gained by walking a couple of times per week, especially if you have not been doing any exercise regularly. But real benefits come to those who are willing to put in a real effort. You cannot expect to get fit and lean if you don’t put in the effort to match. People who have fit, lean, strong bodies are the ones who are making that effort. Who do not use excuses and who find the time.

Be one of those people. Start right now. Do something right now to get your journey started. Don’t wait till Monday or next week or the beginning of the month. Start right now. Get up and do an intense workout. You can be done in 30 minutes. Get into your kitchen and throw out the rubbish. Make a meal plan for the coming week and get the necessary ingredients.

For more information on how to get started visit Here you will find all you need to make a change.  There are loads of free intense training sessions that don’t need special equipment.  You will find recipes, lots of nutrition advice and details of how to go about signing up for Bootcamp, the ultimate fat burning, fitness improving training session.



One response

  1. Hi, good post. I have been thinking about this issue,so thanks for sharing. I’ll definitely be coming back to your blog.

    May 1, 2009 at 3:36 am

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