Exercise – The Importance and Efficiency of Intensity!
Fitness is something that seems to rank right up there with entertainment these days. Everywhere I look I see magazines, books, internet, and TV pitching some gimmicky fitness product with the promise of huge results. People spend the money for every new thing that hits the screen to be “on top” of the latest fitness craze.
The fitness world is a world of image that people usually end up spending more for in plastic surgeries and a so-called “magical pills” rather than in the price of sweat and tears. I usually put my beginning clients through a workout that last only about 15 minutes and they feel more than they ever felt putting in 2 hours at the gym. You see the point that I’m making is that the 15 minutes of misery is much more beneficial than a lackadaisical hour of leisure time on the treadmill. The key to constructing a hard body takes sacrifice and that is accomplished through INTENSITY.
You absolutely must achieve a level of increased physical exertion in order to build lean muscle mass, superior cardiovascular conditioning, and a jet-engine like metabolism. It is just fine if your workouts last only 5 minutes as long as that five minutes is all that you can handle at the time. Keep pushing and you can get up to the full 15 minutes, right? Many studies have shown that the human bodys’ level of growth hormone peak around 40 to 45 minutes of intense training anyway. Don’t think of this as bad news because that little study just extinguished the excuse of not having enough time to workout.
Intensity is the answer to all of your fitness questions. You get more in less time and you don’t have to train as frequently. So go get fired up and drive yourself to get REAL results!
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