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Health; WealthFitness; Motivation – Happiness – I’m looking to spice up your Growth Focus so letting you know I have something excellent to share with you and your best friend – Listen to what our beta testers have to say about our program and then we will explain more about why you hate exercise, how the fitness industry has failed YOU (no, it is not the other way around like they try to make you believe) and how you can get into the best shape of your life in 7minutes, 3 times per week with our program…. GUARANTEED!

Music video by Alexis Jordan performing Happiness. (C) 2010 Star Roc LLC – Duration : 0:4:12

We have heard the expression that “less is more” right? We also all know athletes who have endured knee issues, shoulder problems, back problems and other chronic pain….all of these conditions are associated with over training. In fact, many professional athletes spend their lives beyond the age of 40 in chronic pain caused by excessive training…yet I can go to a department store and buy a DVD teaching me their training routine. It really makes no sense.

The bottom line on these excessive programs… they obviously don’t work. People do not do them. The majority of people do not react the same way to the exessive training that these athletes force upon themselves and then try to force upon the masses. Worse yet, it turns people away from exercise altogether and it is ruining the lives of people who simply cannot motivate themselves to suffer for 45 minutes or longer.

We improve muscles by breaking them down and then rebuilding them. How long does it take to break down a muscle? Not long. Using resistance during a movement, it is quite possible to break down a muscle by repeating a movement just 5 or 6 times. Once that has been done, muscles can be broken down further by doing a different movement that uses the same muscle groups in a different way. Again,resistance is added so that the muscles can no longer perform the movement at all after only 5 or 6 repititions.

In our program, we use this simple method and muscle groups are given 3 or 4 different movements (exercises) to perform until failure. Failure is the term we use when the muscles can no longer perform under the same circumstances. Perhaps you were able to do 1 pushup, but after you did your 5th, you could no longer do any. This is an example of muscle failure. The muscles were no longer able to perform and a 6th pushup was impossible.

We will guide you through exactly what to do and how to do it. 3 or 4 exercises done only 5 or 6 times will completely breakdown a muscle group. Forcing the muscles to continue is pointless and results in over training….it is possible to over tenderize meet by pounding it into mush, the same is true for our muscles.

Once the muscles are broken down, they require 10 full days to fully recover. Again, most programs will have you target a muscle group too early and never give the muscles the opportunity they need to improve and rebuild themselves into stronger healthier muscle tissue. “Get in the best shape of your life training only 7 minutes a day three times per week”

Watch this video and discover why 98% of people have failed miserably and why most people HATE exercise:

You don't have to spend a lot of time in gym; make it easy -- get on board of 7MinuteWorkout

Anybody at any fitness level for any age can benefit from this program.

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by Phillip Skinner

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