March 5, 2024

This is a busy time of year for a lot of people and I am no exception. I slacked a little over the last couple of weeks with my workouts and here I am at 5:30 in the morning, when I should be sleeping sitting on the computer.

I am pretty happy though because I just got a workout in.

Nothing feels better than working successfully towards your goals and so I am pretty excited to be back on track. You could get on track to and if you are smart about it you can get in some short 10 minute workouts and feel like I feel this morning (although you may not want to get up this early for a workout).

How can you get any kind of effective 10 minute workout?

Creator of Turbulence Training
Creator of Turbulence Training

Well Craig Ballentyne, the Turbulence Training guy, gave me this 20 page guide that gives you a four week plan of 10 minute workout ideas to get yourself going.

Not only is there 5 sample 10 minute workout plans but there is also 10 tips to safe workouts and a some stretches to get you all limbered up. The guide has lots of pictures to so that you don’t have to guess what the exercise should be like.

Download the free 10 minute Workout

The best thing about the 20 page guide is that it is free. Just click this link and the guide will open up the pdf right in your browser window, it is an Adobe Acrobat file.

This is a great deal (free is always good in my book). Let anyone that you think is interested know about it and we can all get in great shape by the new year

4 thoughts on “10 minute workout

  1. This is the perfect blog for anybody who wants to find out about this subject. You understand so much its almost hard to argue with you (not that I actually would want to! HaHa). You certainly put a new spin on a topic thats been written about for years. Excellent stuff, just great!

  2. We are finding that exercizing a little a day, kind of like your suggested 10 minute workout, is perfect for many health care patience and elderly. Nice article.

  3. A trick I use to mix up treadmill running is to use two stride patterns shorter and longer alternating, say, every ten or fifteen minutes.

    This takes some experience because it also means adjusting breathing rhythm.

    However, it helps to adjust pressure on the knees and hips which is somewhat automatically catered for running outdoors over variable terrain.

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