A guy in his fifties trains at the pool where I swim.

He’s there 5 days a week…

And he goes at it for 90 minutes per workout. Minimum.

If you’ve ever seen a styrofoam cup slowly floating down
a gutter…

You’ve got a good idea of his swim pace.

I was at the pool with my brother in law last summer And he
glanced over at this guy and said…

How long is he going to swim?

He made the comment just as he was leaving for
Subway to get some food to go.

And I replied, he’ll still be swimming when you get back.

And he was.

I was thinking about this man when I was reading an
article in the Guardian last Sunday.

The author was discussing Dr. Tabata’s work on
extremely short exercise routines.

Inside the article the author discussed the doctors
most famous study.

I’ll fill you in on the details using my own words…

In the early nineties Dr. Tabata took one group of men.
And exercised them aerobically…

In other words, real long. And real slow.

Then he took another group. And had them exercise like
we do.

Real short. And real fast.

He had them do these routines for a total of 6 weeks.

Here’s what happened by the end of the trial…

The short and sweet group increased anaerobic capacity
by 28 percent.

And their VO2 max shot up by a massive 15 percent.

And remember, VO2 is a measure of slow style aerobic
fitness. And these guys were exercising fast.

And even more interesting…

The styrofoam cup group. Who were trudging along like
turtles for an hour a day…

Only bumped VO2 by 10 percent.

So the short and sweet group came out of this with
better aerobic fitness…

Even though they were exercising anaerobically.

But the benefits didn’t stop there…

The shorties experienced a massive boost in human growth
hormone. Lower body fat. And increased muscle mass.

And just to throw more frosting on this cake, decreased
risk of type 2 diabetes.

I know I’ve been preaching hard on this topic lately.
But I have good reason for this…

Pretty much everything I send you assumes that you have
this one thing right…

Because you’re not going to produce testosterone at optimal
levels without the correct muscle to fat ratio.

But as we’ve just discovered, it’s real easy to turn your
ratio around…

Without spending hours and hours exercising.

Remember…

This isn’t just about your physical fitness. It’s about
your hormonal fitness as well.

That’s why I strongly suggest that you start doing these
brief routines. 3 times a week.

Here’s how to get started…

Order my exercise course today. And I’ll send
you my diet course. On the house.

Order one. You get both.

Mark

P.S. I’ve created a short report on this topic…

It shows you how to slash these short routines by 50 percent.

Several site regulars are doing these abbreviated workouts
once or twice a week…

Including your truly.

I’m handing out a copy of this report with every order
that comes in.

It’s nothing fancy. Just a short report. And an audio file.

But the info inside is very powerful.

Get it Here

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