The 120 Sec Workout

December 4, 2016

 

Let's be honest - how many of us have tried and failed several times to beat belly fat and love handles?

 

If your hand didn't raise right now then there's a good chance you're in denial! These are two of the most common problems faced by men and women alike, and you'll be pleased to know that they're actually pretty easy to solve.

 

With a little nutritional discipline and 240 seconds of your time per day - love handles and belly fat will become a thing of the past.

 

Can you really perform a workout in 120 seconds?

 

Of course you can! Effective exercise has nothing to do with longevity, and everything to do with intensity .

 

You'll see so many people spending hours at a time on the treadmill and their body's will never change, whereas others will train for 15 minutes and make incredible progress - it's all about the mind set you've got and whether or not you're willing to make your sessions count.

 

If you really want something badly, you need to be prepared to go through a little hardship to get it!

 

So what is the 120 second workout all about?

 

Counteracting belly fat and developing a solid core isn't as ridiculously time consuming and difficult as you think - you can develop the areas needed for a toned stomach by performing two simple exercises with control and focus.

 

What's even better is that the entire routine takes so little time - you're literally going to perform two rounds of each 120 second segment. That's it. No more, no less.

 

You can easily perform this routine at home, and it's a good idea to do it before eating breakfast so that you dip into your fat stores. You'll be performing each exercise for 60 seconds continuously until a total time of 120 seconds has elapsed.

 

Your exercises are:

 

1. Lying ankle taps

2. Standing oblique side bends

 

Once you have finished the entire routine, head straight back into the first exercise again (after a maximum break of 10-20 seconds, but ideally it needs to be a completely seamless transition) and repeat the entire 120 second sequence. After that, breathe deeply for 60 seconds to bring your heart rate back down and get on with your day!

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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