Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Exercise Just 10 Minutes a Day to Get Healthy!

You want to be healthier and you know you should exercise. Yet setting aside an hour seems daunting if you have a busy schedule. Well, take heart - It's now official. You can exercise in 10 minute increments throughout the day to experience better health. That's right, take a break a couple of times a day and be active for just 10 minutes to experience greater health and vitality.

In the book, Instant Recess: Building a Fit Nation 10 Minutes at a Time, author Toni Yancey, a University of California professor and a former college basketball player, offers a prescription to increasing your daily activity, working on your waistline and overcoming inertia in just 10 minutes a day.

My daughter was a softball player from the time she was five years old until she graduated college. I know once she entered the work-a-day world, exercise was no longer a natural part of her day and she struggled to make time for it. Her solution was the Beach Body 10 Minute Trainer, a terrific program for those how only have 10 minutes a day and want to make them count.

The Beach Body 10 Minute Trainer gives you a 30 day money back guarantee, plus all this:
  • Just 10 moves you perform in 10 minutes to work your entire body and firm and tone it.
  • Cardio workout for fat burning - helps you lose weight in those 10 minutes
  • 10 moves to help slim thighs and lift buns - performed in just 10 minutes.
  • A total-body yoga stretch routine to help you develop lean, limber muscles and joints
  • A sturdy resistance band kit and cardio belt
  • Workout Calendar and weightloss planner with dozens of fitness tips to personalize your workout.
  • Meal Planner with tips and recipes for nutritious, tasty, low-cal meals and snacks- all of which can be made in just 10 minutes.
  • Free Abs Routine
  • Workout Card
For more information on how you can get Beach Body's 10 Minute Trainer, click here and then on Shop Now.

Watch this short video on Beach Body's 10 Minute Trainer for more information.

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