10-Minute workout are possible. Without exaggeration, you can get a great workout in 10 minutes with supersets of two multi-muscle exercises, like pairing squats with pullups and going back and forth with no rest in 10 minutes.
You can do one easy warm-up set at 25% intensity, then a second warm-up set at 75% intensity, and then two really good sets of 8-10 reps using a weight that you can regularly lift for 10 repetitions. Another superset option is deadlifts paired with a pressing movement, such as pushups, db chest press, or shoulder press. This would be better than 50% of the workouts you see done in a commercial gym.
My training today:
Box Jumps, Squats, Lunges, Glute Ham Raise, Ab Wheel. Off day tomorrow.
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Today's TT Transformation Tips:
Take control of your life, accept the consequences of your actions, stop making excuses, and accept that it really, REALLY is up to YOU to change things if you want them to better. No one else, just you. Here's to your best year ever in 2012.
Don't get upset by things you can't control. Go with the flow. Breathe. Work on improving everything else that you CAN control. Don't take things personally. Keep on moving ahead. Don't get set-back by negative people. Stay strong. Get stronger.
Today's Kickbutt Mindset Tips:
"You are responsible for exactly who, what, and where you are in life. That will be just as true this time next year. Situations aren't important. How you react to them is." - Kekich Credo #58
"Enjoy life. Treat it as an adventure. Care passionately about the outcome, but keep it in perspective. Things are seldom as bleak as they seem when they are going wrong or as good as they seem when they are going well. Lighten up. You'll live longer." Kekich Credo #55
Craig Ballantyne, CSCS, MS
Certified Turbulence Trainer