7-Minute “Morning After” Fat Burning Workout

No matter what happened on the weekend – with your diet or the Superbowl outcome – it’s OK.

It’s minor damage that can be dealt with.

If the scale shows you gained weight over the weekend, don’t worry, because it’s NOT really fat. It’s mostly salt and fluid retention from your cheat meals.

Get back on track today, drink extra water, avoid excess sugar, salt, trans-fats, and alcohol, use my short, burst workout (below), and that weight will WHOOOOOSH right off of you.

You’ll be back to normal in no time.

Besides, you should NEVER get hung up on the scale. No one knows your weight but you. All that matters is your health, how you feel, and how your clothes fit.

Take a deep breath, forgive yourself the mistakes of the past, and let’s move on to a better day today. Stay strong and push on, I know YOU can do it!

With that said… and all those calories having been sucked up into your muscles and ready to power you through a great morning burn session… let’s give you a…

7-Minute Morning After Fat Burner

– Go through the circuit once with no rest between exercises.
– If you want to go through it again, rest 2 minutes between circuits.

1) Bodyweight Squat – 60 seconds
2) Mountain Climbers – 30 seconds
3) Total Body Extensions – 60 seconds
4) Pushups – 30 seconds
5) Reverse Lunges (alternating sides) – 60 seconds
6) Burpees or Total Body Extensions – 30 seconds
7) Jumping Jacks – 60 seconds
8) Close-Grip Pushups – 30 seconds
9) Run-in-Place – 30 seconds
10) Punisher Squat – 20 seconds squats, 10-second hold

Watch your email tomorrow for another fat burning morning workout.

If you can’t wait, try this fat burning morning routine.

And if you want something easier because you’re feeling a little rough today, try this unique exercise that Hollywood celebs are using to stay slim.

Taking care of your diet mistakes,

Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer

PS – “Success is simple once you realize how hard it is.”

Then you will accept how much effort, honesty, responsibility, long-range planning, creativity, intensity, discipline, thought and control the process is going to take. It is not easy. It is not going to happen from any magic button.

Only once you accept that will you succeed. Success requires you to set up routines and stick to them. It is the creation of the routines that requires more discipline. Focus on quality, not quantity.

You need to integrate all aspects of the 5 Pillars of Transformation, from planning to social support to accountability to an incentive to The Big Deadline, for maximum results.

I’ve seen it done a thousand times by every age, in any circumstance. You CAN – and WILL – do it. I believe in you. This time is your time. Never quit.