How to Watch TV and Get Fit, 3 Minutes at a Time
by Deborah Rahman
The exercise program for people who don’t have either the time or motivation to exercise.
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About the Book
Imagine a workout that doesn’t require any big commitments of time or energy. In fact, it doesn’t take any extra time out of your day. That’s because all you have to do is watch TV like you normally do. But when the commercials come on, instead of flipping channels or being bored, you’re going to do some simple exercises for about three to four minutes or the length of a commercial break. That’s it!
No going to the gym, buying expensive equipment or changing your lifestyle at all. Yet in those three or four minutes at a time that you were honestly wasting anyway, you’re going to get fit. Really fit!
In a matter of weeks, you’ll see changes in your cardio, your strength and your balance. If there are special areas you want to concentrate on, like your arms or your butt, we’ve got special workouts for that as well.
These clear, easy-to-follow beautifully designed videos can have a life-changing effect on anyone who has had a hard time finding the time or impetus to regularly exercise.
That’s because while fitness experts used to harp on the importance of 45 minutes of hard-core aerobics, new studies have led to a change in thinking. More and more experts are touting the benefits of short bursts of exercise.
This is a program that absolutely anyone can do, no matter your fitness level. Because all it takes to do this program is short bursts of three to four minutes at a time—all during the commercial breaks on TV.
It’s the 3-minute, foolproof, no-excuse, anyone-can-do-it, get-in-shape, exercise plan. In twelve weeks you’re going to be amazed at how much fitter you are. So what are you waiting for? Download it now.
Before Starting This Program
Only you know what your fitness level is when you start this program. So, if the workouts are too easy for you, increase the reps or move up more quickly. If they seem too difficult, drop back. Perform all exercises in a controlled manner. Stop and rest if you feel dizzy or short of breath.
And remember, you should always consult your doctor before beginning this or any exercise program.