Oh what a dreary weekend that was in New York, although it was brightened by a visit to Peter Luger’s steakhouse on Friday night. And wow, the leftovers of their famous bacon slices tasted just as good on Saturday morning.
After breakfast I went to work speaking at a Martial Arts fitness summit. And of course, I snuck in a quick calorie-burning bodyweight workout in my hotel room – without any equipment of course.
Here’s how the workout went…
No-Equipment New York Metabolic Maximizer
1A) Total Body Extension – 60 seconds
1B) Pushups – 30 seconds
1C) Bodyweight Squats – 60 seconds
1D) Jumping Jacks – 60 seconds
– You can do that once as a kick-start to your day, or like me, you can go through it 3, 4, or even 5 times. Rest as little as possible between exercises.
Like that workout?
Give yourself just 10 minutes a day (and just 4-6 minutes on other days) and you can completely makeover your metabolism and start losing that stubborn weight today. You’ll have dramatically more energy in just minutes, but without any harmful stimulants or caffeine jitters.
If you want more energy, if you want a faster-revving metabolism that burns extra calories while you sleep at night, it all starts with what you do in the morning.
Start your Monday morning right,
Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer
PS – Here’s why success with this program is so SIMPLE.
I apologize if you find this to be on the “Tough Love” side of things, but I truly believe what I’m about to tell you.
Life is simple. Success is simple. Neither are easy, but they are simple.
The proven steps to success are out there…they have been laid out before us by so many other people that have acheived their goals. Now it’s up to us to take the difficult – yet simple – action steps and to follow the path to success.
Take for example, the act of meditation. You sit there and do nothing but breathe. Simple, right? Try it. It’s hard! I know. I recently celebrated 751 days in a row of meditating for at least five minutes (and most sessions are more than 20 minutes long).
But three other times in my life I tried to make meditation a habit and I quit after just a few days. I failed so many times, so what allowed me to make it stick this time?
A change in my attitude. I knew it was simple, but also thought it would be easy. It wasn’t until I accepted that it would be difficult that I was able to have a breakthrough.
That’s why I believe that success, in every area in life, is simple.
It’s not easy, but it’s simple once you accept how hard it will be, once if you understand and accept that it requires sacrifice, then you will be psychologically prepared to make that sacrifice.
I know you’re with me on this. I know you have 10 minutes. And I know you’re ready to start now.
They are simple. And I’ll be right there to take you through EVERY second of every session.
See you in your workout!