Friday, July 05, 2013

Underwear Workouts!

So you're reading this while wearing your undies right now. That's okay. Sometimes I...

...use FB without a shirt. Hey, that's what we do when home alone. We use the Internet half-naked. That's normal. No biggie.

Plus, it's hot today, right? That's why you're in your undies. And you don't want to go to the gym because you don't have no time (because you've spent all morning online in your undies - again, no big deal, it happens).

So here are 10 amazing fat burning workouts you can do in your undies right now. (Or for my UK friends, "in your knickers".) Seriously, as my awesome friend & fitness celebrity John Romaniello told his readers:

"YES, you can do workout in your undies...and there's no need to go to the gym because Craig's giving dozens of ways you can get a BETTER workout at home than you can at the gym."

Then John made a very BOLD statement:

"While you can also do other workouts, like infomercial DVDS, in your undies, I personally believe Craig's workouts are better than P90X. Plus, his workouts are less than 50% of the price of DVDs. And just as the name implies, Craig and I believe that his program will completely revolutionize the way people workout at home."
- John "Roman" Romaniello, NY Times Best-selling author

Nice! So here are the exact workouts you can do in your undies right now:


After the holidays, it's always nice to have a meal that's quick and easy to make, without sacrificing taste or health. This beef and quinoa recipe from Beyond Diet is perfect

Today's Kickbutt Mindset Tip:
“For each important action you take, ask yourself if you would be embarrassed if it were published. It takes a lifetime of effort to build a good reputation, but only a moment of stupidity to destroy it.” – Kekich Credo #94

Legends go here to find success

And I'm really enjoying the book, "The Big Leap" by Dr. Gay Hendrics @loveconscious

Also looking forward to the book from @toddhenry ...had never heard it said that way before...I like it.

Let me know what you think,

Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer

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