Training Intensity for better Results

This will be a quick post today, most people believe it’s the length of a workout
that makes a great workout and I disagree. In my opinion it’s the intensity and
the type of workouts you do that will bring the quickest results.

Most people focus on the thought I have to train for 30 minutes or 60 minutes to
get a great result producing workouts, which is just what everyone else does, and
most get weak results after months and months of training.

This type of thought is good for men and women that are not in good condition
but I know there is a better way at least in a time stand point.

It comes down to what you can accomplish in a period of time not how long
you can go, if you can run a mile in 6 minutes why run it in 8 minutes?

If you can do a workout of bodyweight exercises very intense in 6 minutes
why drag it out for 20 minutes? It’s not the time but the intensity of the
workout that will bring the biggest and quickest results.

What can you do in 5 minutes? I challenge you to train as hard as possible
for only 5 minutes, what can you accomplish?

Let’s try 5 minutes of Prisoner Squat Thrusts, really sound easy try it and
keep track of your time, and build on it.

Really, give this a try you will be surprised of how your body will resists this
short workout.

Toughness Builds Winners

Johnny Grube


  1. I agree man. Most people dont do anything cuz they think they have to train for hours on end to get results. HIIT kicks your butt in less than 20. Most people probably couldnt handle 5 minutes of the workout you listed.


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