Wednesday, April 11, 2012

20 Second Fitness Week 2 Check-In

Wow, Monday marked my first day of a "real workout" in 20 Second Fitness, and it was intense! Oops, I'm getting ahead of myself, so let me back up a few days :)


Last week I completed the warm up weeks portion of 20 Second Fitness. These are full workouts, they're just a little less intense, and no longer than 8 minutes. Each day has a "part-specific" section for 2 minutes, which rotates between core, arms, lower body, etc. Then you have an aerobic workout, which involves exercises like cross country skier, jumping jacks, star jumps, push ups, and my favorite, the burpees. I gotta tell you, the burpees are actually fun, and they really raise the intensity level! Anyways, after a full 2 weeks on the program, I have lost over an inch from my waist, right about 1.4 pounds, and I feel so much more energized throughout the day!


Monday I moved up to week 1 of the actual program. These workouts, as I said, call for more intensity, and last a little bit longer (the longest I've had so far is 10 minutes). I have to say the best part about 20 Second Fitness is knowing that I can (and have) see results with only 4-8 minutes a day! Seriously, there's no excuse for not being able to complete 20 Second Fitness every day, because who doesn't have 4 minutes?! And even though the workout is shorter than what I'm used to, I feel like it is actually building my endurance level, since it is so much more intense. (I like that word, and it seems to be a key word when discussing 20 Second Fitness :) 


So, I'm excited to keep pushing myself and seeing more and more results. If you're looking for a way to work out and don't have much time, I seriously suggest you check 20 Second Fitness out. You will love the awesome program, and you'll love the new you! If you enter "hopes cafe" at checkout, you'll also receive free shipping, so order now!


Disclaimer: I was not monetarily compensated in any way for this review. I did receive product for the purpose of review. All thoughts and opinions are mine; I was not required to post favorably about the program or product

2 comments:

  1. Please keep us updated on your progress!

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  2. I love this type of training. It's very similar to Tabata training and other HIIT training sessions. Like you say, if you haven't much time, these sessions are great to fit into your lifestyle. Quite often I'm in and out of my gym in 10 minutes! Would be good to hear your progress.

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