Can a 5 minute bodyweight workout kick your ass?

I’m the master of  quick bodyweight  result producing workouts. The bodyweight
workouts I post, I use.

I don’t just sit home thinking up workouts, I use them. These short little workouts
always get results. If you are short on time there is no excuse not to do a 5 or 10
minute bodyweight workout.

The key to short effective workouts is to continue to work through the whole workout
or take very, very little rest. Most people take way to much rest in between sets, and
don’t get the entire effect.

The key is to work more not less. A 10 minute bodyweight  workout can be as easy or as
hard as you want it to be. The more you put in to it the more you will get out of it. But
before you think you can breeze right through a 5 or 10 minute bodyweight workout you
better be in some kind of shape.

I have taken athletes from a lot of different sports and watched as they got sick and can’t go on.

Runners, martial artists, football players, muscle heads all thought  a 5 minute bodyweight
workout would be a joke. I like to joke, I like to show people that in as little as 5 minutes they
can get a great workout in. I also keep them as simple as possible. I don’t give 40 different
exercise, so you have to carry around a piece of paper or a note book to keep track or to
remember the next exercise.

There is no law that says, you need to do 10 different exercise to get results. Keep it simple and
concentrate on your workout don’t try a remember the next exercise.

I did a short 10 minute bodyweight workout today and I want you to try it.

Simple, you need a jump rope and a stop watch.

Jump rope as fast as possible for 1 minute then drop to the floor into a
pushup position and hold the pushup position for 1 minute.  Continue
this for 10 minutes. You will be working for the whole 10 minutes and
keeping your muscles under stress for 10 minutes.

Toughness Builds Winners

Johnny Grube

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