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25 Minutes to Fit – The Quick & Sweaty Workout Plan to Get Lean in Less Time Than You Think!

The single biggest barrier that I hear when it comes to getting into shape is the lack of time.

People are busy, and carving out hours per week to go to the gym is so low on the priority list that it’s, realistically, never going to happen. And what happens when you only have 30 minutes a day? Do you just stop exercising? When you are new to the training game and want to put on a little muscle, feel better, stronger, leaner, it seems like there is never a simple solution.

The truth is, you’ve been lied to, both by the people who tell you that you merely have to walk more and by the people that point to bodybuilding magazines and tell you that you need to hit the gym 5-6 times per week.

Lies, all of it. 10 years back, I remember looking at my Palm Pilot 1000’s crowded calendar and trying to find time to squeeze some gym time into that little screen. Between things for the kids, work, church events, and my commute, it didn’t look good. There was no way that I could find the time. Back then, I had no idea what to do and I wish someone had handed me a program just like this.

•  A great workout in as little as 30 minutes!

•  Full training program with exercise pictures and descriptions

•  Have an amazing workout at home with just one dumbbell!

•  No need to be in the gym 5-6 times per week

•  Train at home or in a gym

•  Build muscle

•  Get Fit! Lose fat!

•  Printable workout logs

•  Time saving, calorie burning shortcuts

•  Diet & nutrition tips

Most Kindle workout books have hard to follow training plans because of the small screens, but 25 Minutes to Fit contains links to downloadable, printable workout logs and nutrition resources.

Click HERE to download and get instant access!

 

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