Fitness does NOT have to be hard

Jan 01, 2016

Fitness today has become all about hardness.  Everything has to hurt, everything has to be to the extreme, even recovery.  How many people at the gym do you see everyday using the foam rollers with looks of agony on their faces?

It doesn’t have to be this way.

It SHOULD NOT be this way if you are just beginning an exercise routine.

For beginners, just walking can do wonders for your health, stamina, body, energy, and weight.  For a beginner, something as simple as this can yield big-time results:

WEEK ONE - 30 minutes of walking every other day

WEEK TWO - 40 minutes of walking every other day

WEEK THREE - 50 minutes of walking every other day

WEEK FOUR - 60 minutes of walking every other day

Trust me, results will come if you are a beginner.

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Most of you are likely NOT beginners.  If you haven’t had any results for awhile because you’ve been stuck in a plateau, I want you to do this:

Take a week off, or at the very least, take a week and do something different than you’ve been doing at a much lower intensity than you’ve been accustomed to.

Then, plan a week of exercise.  It might be 2 days of weight training and 2 days of cardio.  It might be 5 days of weight training.  The breakdown doesn’t really matter (although planning a program is very important and some programs are far superior to others).  What matters is that during each week after that, the intensity increases by a little bit, culminating with your highest intensity in week four.

That is smart training.

If you’re looking for something simple, effective and easy for you follow, check out my 4 Week Workout Plans that are available right now. For girls, I’ve written a plan to firm and shape your butt, get rid of the flab on the back of your arms and flatten your stomach. For guys, we’ll focus on building you a more muscular chest, broader shoulders and getting that elusive SIX-PACK. Right now I’m also offering free valuable bonuses alongside these online plans. Go to www.gumroad.com/moyermethod to learn more.

Live in your best body,

Steve


 

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