As I prepare to open my personal training studio in Eagan, Mn – I hope to have more time to do marketing and less time ‘building-out’ my space. So bare with me as a re-find my bloggers voice. Historically, I’ve cycled between bodybuilding style training (feels great on the body) and powerlifting style training (feels amazing to be strong, but definitely takes more time and can leave you a bit beat up)…. Read More
Everyone makes excuses for not making fitness a priority. But there are a few big excuses that come up again and again that keep people from exercising. Not knowing what to do, not having time, and not having a gym membership are some of the biggest excuses you need to stop making. I mean it. Stop it!
I am sitting at my desk sweating like crazy as I type this. Why? Because I just did a high intensity workout at home. If you want to sweat as much as I am, and burn hundreds of calories in a short amount of time, keep reading for the workout I just completed.
In our last blog post, we introduced you to interval training. Because interval training is all about hard bursts of work followed by short rest periods, we will help you determine how long your rest and workout periods should be. We will also give you some exercise suggestions.
When most people think about carving workout times into their schedules, they think about adding at least an hour. In reality, if you have 10-20 minutes, you can get an excellent workout — regardless of whether you have time to go to the gym and regardless of what workout materials you have at home.