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Main eBook:”15 Minute Workouts – The Effective & Fast Way to Get Fit When You Have No Time”

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Table of Contents for the 15 Minute Workouts  PLR eBook:

Introduction………………………………………………………………………….. 3

Is 15 Minutes Really Enough?………………………………………………………….. 3

Get the same results in half the time………………………………………………. 3

Burn more calories……………………………………………………………………………. 4

Increase longevity……………………………………………………………………………… 4

Manage weight……………………………………………………………………………………. 4

Slow down cellular aging………………………………………………………………….. 5

Good for the brain……………………………………………………………………………… 5

Ways to Maximize Your Workouts………………………………………… 6

Nutrition……………………………………………………………………………………………… 6

Hydrate………………………………………………………………………………………………… 7

Strength Training Tips……………………………………………………………………… 8

Weight of weights………………………………………………………………………………. 8

Do compound lifting………………………………………………………………………….. 8

Mix up your routines…………………………………………………………………………. 8

Add circuit training to your workouts……………………………………………. 9

Mix in some cardio…………………………………………………………………………….. 9

Plan the next day’s workout the night before…………………………….. 10

Pack your bag the night before……………………………………………………… 11

Pack your next day’s nutrition the night before…………………………. 11

Warm-up/cool-down on the way to the gym………………………………. 11

Sample 15 Minute Workout Plans………………………………………. 12

The Ultimate Workout……………………………………………………………………. 12

The Glute Workout………………………………………………………………………….. 13

Lean Muscle/Fat Torching Weight/Cardio Workout…………………. 14

The 15-Minute Kettlebell Workout………………………………………………. 14

Full-Body Bodyweight Workout……………………………………………………. 15

The 15/15 Butt-Kicking Workout…………………………………………………. 16

Tailoring Your Workout…………………………………………………………………. 17

Warming Up & Cooling Down……………………………………………… 18

Warming Up……………………………………………………………………………………… 18

Cooling Down……………………………………………………………………………………. 19

Injuries………………………………………………………………………………… 20

 

Sample Content for 15 Minute Workouts  PLR eBook:

Introduction

In our busy world of today, we are always looking for ways to get more out of each day. The old conventional wisdom targeted 30 minutes per day five days a week as the minimum amount of exercise we need each week to stay healthy and manage our weight.

But as new information emerges, we find that we can cut our workout time in half (or down to 15-minutes per day), increase the intensity at which we work out to the vigorous level, and still reap the benefits we seek from exercising in the first place.

Is 15 Minutes Really Enough?

With the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recommending 150 minutes of moderate exercising per week, that breaks down into five 30-minute sessions. So can half of that daily recommendation be possibly enough? The answer is yes, but you must trade intensity for time. In other words, you can get the same benefits (or even more) from a shorter workout, but the pace at which you exercise will be much faster.

Let’s look at six of the benefits and a study of each to prove the benefits.

Get the same results in half the time.

In this study, one group did a two-minute warm-up on a stationary bike, followed by a 20-second sprint, then rested by riding slowly for two minutes. They repeated the sprint/ride sequence another two times for a total of 9 minutes.

The control group on the other hand rode the bike steadily for 45 minutes after their warm-up. At the end of 12 weeks, both groups showed a 20% increase in their cardiovascular endurance.

Note: The above content is just a snippet of the ebook.

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5 Emails/ Blog Posts:

Topic: How to Make More Time in Your Life to Exercise

Email #1 – Welcome! – 279 words

Email #2 – Scheduling Time to Exercise – 330 words

Email #3 – Making Time to Exercise Through Accountability – 354 words

Email #4 – Fitting in Fitness – 472 words

Email #5 – What Counts as Exercise – 351 words

 

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Email #1 – Welcome!

Hello and welcome to our lessons and how to make more time to exercise. In this series, we will cover:

  1. Scheduling time to exercise
  2. Making yourself accountable
  3. Fitting in fitness
  4. What counts as exercise

Many people who don’t exercise blame it on not having the time. The fact of the matter is if someone wants to exercise, they can usually find the time for it. Those same people who blame lack of time as a reason to not exercise seem to usually find time to watch TV or play video games.

However, in today’s busy world, some people that do exercise, might not have as much time as they would like to get toned and fit. This ecourse is for them. In it, we will show you some tips and techniques you can use to make more time, or make better use of the time you have, for exercising.

Fitness is important. As a matter of fact, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recommends getting a minimum of at least 150 minutes of moderate exercise per week. That breaks down into five 30-minute sessions per week.

Other countries think fitness is important too. For example, the NHS in the U.K. has the same 150-minute recommendation as the U.S., but they take it one step further by also adding in strength training on 2 or more days that work the major muscle groups too.

That wraps it up for this first lesson. In the next lesson, we will discuss a few tips on how you can schedule in more time in your day to exercise. Be sure to read that one.

 

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4 Strength Training Exercises You Can Do in 15 Minutes – 398 words

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Can You Get In Shape in 2 Weeks? – 419 words

Can You Workout in Small Chunks Throughout the Day? – 341 words

Does 15 Minutes of Cardio Have Any Impact? – 398 words

Does HIIT Burn Fat? – 338 words

Does Taking the Stairs Vs. The Elevator Really Make Much Difference To Your Fitness? – 356 words

How Can I Lose Weight If I Don’t Have Time to Exercise? – 428 words

How Can I Stay Fit Without Going to the Gym? – 475 words

How Many Times A Week Should You Do HIIT? – 346 words

How to Save Time Getting Ready for a Workout – 361 words

How to Speed Up Recovery After Intense Workouts – 350 words

Is 15 Minutes of Exercise a Day Enough? – 305 words

Is 15 Minutes of HIIT Enough? – 350 words

Is a Short Walk Enough to Make You Fitter? – 402 words

Is It Better to Exercise in Short Bursts Vs Long Workouts – 398 words

Should You Work Out Every Day? – 397 words

What Should You Eat the Day Before a Long Race? – 503 words

Why You Should Run Your Long Runs Slowly – 434 words

Why You Should Use a Training Plan for Your Upcoming Race – 475 words

 

15 Minute Workouts PLR Article Sample:

5 Ways to Get 15 Minutes of Exercise Into Your Day

Struggling to find time to workout? Try one of these five tips.

#1 Workout while you watch TV

We’re all guilty of sitting down to our favorite shows, and while your brain may well need the time off, your body has likely been sitting most of the day. So, find a compromise and use your TV time as a workout time. As you watch, you can do yoga, walk/run in place, or stretch things out. You can also try strength-training moves, like squats or crunches, or quiet cardio, like lunges. These moves allow you to keep your eyes on the screen while your body gets in the work.

#2 Take up a new hobby

Taking up a new hobby is a great way to work more exercise into your lifestyle, and it can even help you meet new people and make new friends. Try joining a community group or a new activity, be it hiking, biking, paddle boarding, or just walking around the park.

#3 Tick off your to-do list

We all have those things that have been hanging over us for a while that we just haven’t gotten around to. How about working through some of them? You’ll be productive and you’ll be moving around, making it a win-win. Whether it’s mowing the lawn, repainting your room, or simply gardening outside, all of that burns calories and leaves you with a great sense of gratification, too.

#4 Lend a helping hand

Charitable work is always good for the soul and good for your body. There are likely many programs in your community that could use your help, so if you can find an hour or two next weekend, it will turn out to be a very satisfying endeavor that will enable you to get fit and get involved.

#5 Rethink your schedule

Most of us struggle with time management. Chances are, there are certain things that you could be doing quicker, or maybe don’t need to do at all, that are eating away at your time. Time can never be bought back, so maybe it’s high time you sat down and looked at where all of yours has been going. Cutting out just one menial task a day could add up to hours a month.

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15 Minute Workouts Checklist

With the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recommending 150 minutes of moderate exercising per week, that breaks down into five 30-minute sessions. So can half of that daily recommendation be possibly enough? The answer is yes, but you must trade intensity for time. Let’s look at some of the benefits of a HIIT routine.

  • Get the same results as a longer workout, but in half the time.
  • Burn more calories.
  • Increase longevity.
  • Manage weight.
  • Slow down cellular aging.
  • Good for the brain.

And these benefits happen to be the same ones most people want from their exercise program.

Ways to Maximize Your Workouts

As mentioned before, the trade-off with shorter workouts is increasing the intensity. The term for this workout strategy is High Intensity Interval Training or HIIT. Almost any workout can be adapted into a HIIT-style workout by taking a steady-state exercise and modifying it into an intense work/rest cycle. For example, instead of walking at a steady rate of 3 mph for 30-minutes, sprint for 30 seconds as fast as you can, rest for one minute by walking slowly, then sprint again. Keep up this work/rest cycle for 15 minutes. You’ll get at least as much benefit as doing steady state of not more in half the time.

15-Minute Workout Plans

A sample workout would be two to three days of high intensity strength training and two to three days of high-intensity cardio per week. Just ensure the same muscles are not worked two consecutive days in a row. With the high intensity factor, you can get by exercising 4 days per week.

Warming Up & Cooling Down

Two steps in a workout that many new to exercising and even some seasoned professionals skip is both warming up and cooling down. Both steps are important and should not be taken likely or skipped. By not doing either, you are increasing your risk for an injury or putting undue stress on your heart.

Warming Up

Warming up should happen right before starting your actual workout. Usually warming up involves doing some light steady-state cardio that works the large muscle groups, such as walking or biking at a brisk pace for 5 to 10 minutes. Swimming, rowing or jogging are also good alternative warm-up activities.

Cooling Down

Cooling down is in most cases the same as warming up. It can either be the same activities for the same amount of time as the warm-up or it can be dynamic or static stretching of the muscles worked. While cooling down has not been proven to prevent or reduce muscle soreness, it has been proven to increase joint flexibility by allowing the joint to move through its full range of motion.

 

5 High Quality Fitness Programs PLR Articles

Are There Gaps in Your Training Regimen? (520 words)

Choosing a Training Program That You Will Not Quit (633 words)

Are You Overtraining? (575 words)

Discover Why ‘No Pain No Gain’ is the Worst Training Philosophy to Follow (530 words)

Is an Exercise Program Really Necessary for Weight Loss? (627 words)

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Are You Overtraining?

Overtraining is a situation where some exercises too often at a high intensity and experiences diminishing returns. Either their performance gets worse, or they’re always lethargic… or they hit a weight loss plateau and can’t seem to lose anymore weight no matter what they do.

These are just some of the signs of overtraining. Other signs include prolonged fatigue, increased difficulty in completing workouts which seemed easy before, poor appetite, insomnia, bad moods, etc.

  • Coping with overtraining

If you notice any of these signs, the best way to recover will be to take a short break from exercise. Anywhere from 3 to 5 days should be enough to reset your system and give your body the rest it needs.

People who have experienced weight loss plateaus due to overtraining discovered that they lost weight even when they were resting without working out. People training for strength discovered strength gains and even an increase in muscle growth during their breaks.

Music is the space between the notes. Resting is not something that’s unproductive or a form of laziness. If you’ve overtrained, you badly deserve the rest.

  • Don’t use it as a crutch to skip workouts

In order to overtrain, you first need to train. That goes without saying. If you’ve led a sedentary life for years and you hit the gym hard today and experience muscle aches tomorrow, that is NOT overtraining. You’re just experiencing delayed onset muscle soreness.

This is not an excuse to not go to the gym for the next 2 weeks. If your arms ache, train your legs. If you’re not in the mood to lift weights, go for a run instead. You still need to get daily activity in your life.

Resting due to overtraining is reserved for those who have overworked themselves for a prolonged period of time.

  • Avoiding overtraining

It’s easy to overtrain at the beginning of the year. If you’ve decided to transform your health and get fit as a New Year resolution, you may hit the gym daily without any days off just to speed up your results.

This is short-sighted and counterproductive. Ideally, you should have a day of rest after every 3 days of training. If you engage in a lot of high intensity interval training HIIT), the constant effort expended will take a toll on your central nervous system.

A one-day break will give your body time to rest. Alternatively, you may wish to train hard from Monday to Friday and rest on Saturday and Sunday. While this is one way to go about it, taking a break once every 3 days is a better option.

Going all out for 5 days is pushing it a little.

When creating a training program, try and have a HIIT session on one day, followed by a resistance training session on the next day. Too much high intensity training on consecutive days can impede your progress and tire you out.

If you engage in resistance training, focus on push movements on one day and pull movements on another day. Train legs on a separate day. In this way, all your muscles are not taxed at the same time and they have an opportunity to rest.

Follow the tips in this article and you’ll prevent overtraining which can slow down your progress.

“Overtraining is the biggest problem incurred by runners who lack the experience or discipline to cope with their own enthusiasm.” – Marty Liquori (American middle-distance athlete)

 

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3 Exercises to Get a Flat and Toned Belly (545 words)

Can You Spot Reduce? (628 words)

Compound Exercises VS Ab Exercises: Which are Better for a Flat Belly? (604 words)

Knowing the Difference between a Flat and Toned Belly (553 words)

Why is My Stomach Flatter in the Morning? (562 words)

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Can You Spot Reduce?

A very common mistake that so many people make when trying to get a flat belly is they do tons of crunches and ab exercises. While these are great, they’re only effective if you have a low bodyfat percentage.

Herein lies the misconception – people think that crunches and ab training will make their fat belly lean. That’s NOT how it works.

There is only one way to get a lean and trim belly. You MUST shed the excess fat… and you can only do that by being at a daily caloric deficit of about 500 to 700 calories. You must consume less calories than you expend.

Then and only then will your body tap into its fat stores for fuel. It has no other choice. If you’re not at a caloric deficit and only do ab exercises, you’ll get a stronger stomach, but it will not be flat.

Even when you’re at a caloric deficit, your body will decide when and where to burn the fat from. It all depends on your genes. If the first place you gain weight on is your thighs, when losing weight, that’s the first place that will see a reduction in size.

This is one fact that trips many people on their fat loss journey. People are so focused on the belly because it’s the most visible area that they miss out the positive changes in the other areas.

For example, the man who is trying to lose weight on his belly may see no visible difference and throw in the towel because he thinks he’s not making progress. However, he may not realize that he lost weight on his face, back and some off his love handles. He doesn’t see those changes because he’s focused on the belly.

If he quits, the fat in the other areas will return over time. If he keeps going, once the body has burned the fat from the other areas, it will start burning the fat off the belly. Rest assured that as long as you’re at a caloric deficit, your body will burn the excess fat.

Sooner or later, it will come for the stubborn fat on your belly. You only need to stay the course and keep going. Never quit because you do not see results fast enough. Weight loss is a slow process.

While you can’t spot reduce any one part on your body, there are a few tricks that you can employ to ensure that you burn the most amount of fat in any given period.

  • HIIT

Train using high intensity interval training two or three times a week. You’ll burn more calories overall and boost your metabolism. This is one of the best ways to accelerate your fat loss.

  • Adopt intermittent fasting

By having an eating and a fasting window, you’ll ensure that your insulin levels are stable, and your body is primed for fat burning.

  • Do an ab workout after your cardio

The best time to do a quick 5 or 6-minute ab workout is after your training session when your blood is flowing, and your body is pumped. The ab workout will draw blood to your midsection and aid in the fat burning process.

Belly fat is hard to burn because the circulation in the midsection is poor. You may notice this when you place your hand on your belly and it feels cooler than other parts of your body.

  • Stay hydrated

Your body needs water to metabolize the fat. Drink sufficient quantities of water throughout the day.

If you follow the tips in this article and focus on fat loss as a whole, you’ll see your belly get flatter in a couple of months. That’s how you get a toned and lean midsection that turns heads.

 

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High Quality Flat Belly PLR Article Sample:

Can You Spot Reduce?

A very common mistake that so many people make when trying to get a flat belly is they do tons of crunches and ab exercises. While these are great, they’re only effective if you have a low bodyfat percentage.

Herein lies the misconception – people think that crunches and ab training will make their fat belly lean. That’s NOT how it works.

There is only one way to get a lean and trim belly. You MUST shed the excess fat… and you can only do that by being at a daily caloric deficit of about 500 to 700 calories. You must consume less calories than you expend.

Then and only then will your body tap into its fat stores for fuel. It has no other choice. If you’re not at a caloric deficit and only do ab exercises, you’ll get a stronger stomach, but it will not be flat.

Even when you’re at a caloric deficit, your body will decide when and where to burn the fat from. It all depends on your genes. If the first place you gain weight on is your thighs, when losing weight, that’s the first place that will see a reduction in size.

This is one fact that trips many people on their fat loss journey. People are so focused on the belly because it’s the most visible area that they miss out the positive changes in the other areas.

For example, the man who is trying to lose weight on his belly may see no visible difference and throw in the towel because he thinks he’s not making progress. However, he may not realize that he lost weight on his face, back and some off his love handles. He doesn’t see those changes because he’s focused on the belly.

If he quits, the fat in the other areas will return over time. If he keeps going, once the body has burned the fat from the other areas, it will start burning the fat off the belly. Rest assured that as long as you’re at a caloric deficit, your body will burn the excess fat.

Sooner or later, it will come for the stubborn fat on your belly. You only need to stay the course and keep going. Never quit because you do not see results fast enough. Weight loss is a slow process.

While you can’t spot reduce any one part on your body, there are a few tricks that you can employ to ensure that you burn the most amount of fat in any given period.

  • HIIT

Train using high intensity interval training two or three times a week. You’ll burn more calories overall and boost your metabolism. This is one of the best ways to accelerate your fat loss.

  • Adopt intermittent fasting

By having an eating and a fasting window, you’ll ensure that your insulin levels are stable, and your body is primed for fat burning.

  • Do an ab workout after your cardio

The best time to do a quick 5 or 6-minute ab workout is after your training session when your blood is flowing, and your body is pumped. The ab workout will draw blood to your midsection and aid in the fat burning process.

Belly fat is hard to burn because the circulation in the midsection is poor. You may notice this when you place your hand on your belly and it feels cooler than other parts of your body.

  • Stay hydrated

Your body needs water to metabolize the fat. Drink sufficient quantities of water throughout the day.

If you follow the tips in this article and focus on fat loss as a whole, you’ll see your belly get flatter in a couple of months. That’s how you get a toned and lean midsection that turns heads.

 

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How Often Should I Do Cardio to Get Fit by Summer? (702 words)

5 Tips When Planning a Summer Body Training Regimen (529 words)

Rushing to Become Summer Fit? – Discover the Most Effective Way to Burn Fat with Exercise (758 words)

Cardio Workouts VS Full Body Workouts – Which is Better for Getting a Beach Body? (580 words)

How to Tailor Your Workout Program So You Are Ready for Summer (634 words)

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Cardio Workouts VS Full Body Workouts – Which is Better for Getting a Beach Body?

Cardio has often been hailed as the be-all and end-all of weight loss. Cardio activities such as jogging, swimming, cycling, aerobics classes, etc. are thought to be absolutely necessary if one wants to lose weight and get fit.

However, recent studies have shown that shorter and more intense workouts are much more effective for burning calories and fat. If you stopped to think about it, you’d realize that every animal on the planet runs in short bursts.

This applies from, the wild cats on the plains of Africa, to the dogs that people keep as pets. They run fast for short bursts and then slow down.

Man is the only animal that takes part in marathons are runs for miles at a time trying to achieve feats of endurance… and end up having chronic injuries. Very often, the marathoners look thin, emaciated and not muscular.

Sprinters at the Olympics almost always look much more muscular than the long-distance runners. This is proof that short, hard bursts of training is far more effective for giving you a beach body than long, arduous and mind-numbing sessions of cardio.

  • So, what is the difference between a cardio workout and a full-body workout?

An activity like running or cycling very often works the leg muscles repeatedly over and over. While there are other muscles used such as the core and the arms to a small degree, for the most part, these are lower body exercises.

Swimming, kickboxing, etc. are more full-body workouts, but the resistance used is mostly either one’s bodyweight or water resistance.

These are cardio activities because the focus is mostly on increasing your stamina.

A full-body workout, however, works the entire body by using a variety of exercises that combine both resistance training and an element of cardio. For example, a full-body workout could consist of a series of deadlifts, burpees, squats, pull ups and mountain climbers.

Just these 5 exercises done in sequence with minimal rest periods will work the entire body and leave you panting in exhaustion. The weights can be adjusted to create more resistance which will result in more effort used.

  • Can a full body workout be cardio in nature?

The answer is yes! Definitely. When you keep your rest periods between exercises to about 15 to 30 seconds, you only have just enough time to catch your breath before hitting out the next bunch of reps.

When done repeatedly, you’ll be gasping and exhausted. Ideally, you should use weights that challenge you but still allow you do fast reps. So, using extremely heavy weights is out of the question. You’re training for stamina and not hypertrophy.

  • Why full-body workouts are so effective

When you engage in full-body workouts, not only do you train your endurance, but you also train your muscles. So, you’re boosting your metabolism, burning calories, working your muscles and creating a situation known as excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC).

EPOC will turn your body into a fat burning furnace and you’ll be burning calories for 8 to 12 hours after a workout is over. This beats conventional cardio training where you only burn calories during the workout session and all benefits taper off when you’re done.

Engaging in full-body workouts will save you time, unnecessary effort and yield you maximum results in a short time. Within 90 days of regular training, you’d have lost a lot of weight and also look toned. You’ve killed two birds with one stone.

You now officially have a beach body, and it’s time to rock it. Your hard work has paid off.

 

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Start A Steady Running Regimen With These 5 Tips

Running is one of the most popular fitness activities. This is because it is so very good for your fitness and health. It’s also because it’s easy to get started. It costs little more than a pair of shoes and there’s no additional equipment or training necessary. That being said, if you’re new to running, it can be a bit of a challenge to reach your goals quickly. Here are five tips to get you started fast.

#1 What you put on your feet is really important. The right pair of shoes can mean the difference between running injury free and tremendous pain. Injuries are more than discouraging, they’re frustrating and they can easily prevent you from running again. However, it’s fairly easy to avoid injuries. Choose the right pair of shoes for your feet, stride and running style.

A really easy way to get the perfect shoe is to head to a running store that offers a gait analysis. They’ll watch you run on a treadmill for a minute or two, video it, and then make an assessment. The next step is to try on a number of shoes designed for your foot and your running style.

#2 Set small goals that help you attain your larger goal. Let’s say your goal is to run a marathon in four months but you’ve never run before. First of all there are fantastic marathon training plans that will help you get where you need to be. However, your first goal is to be able to run a few miles. Right off the couch that’s not easy.

Start with a run/walk schedule. Run for two minutes and then walk for two or however you see fit to get the mileage on your feet. As you improve, and this will happen faster than you think, you’ll run longer and walk less. Eventually, you’ll be running the full three miles and then you can begin your marathon training program.

#3 Make it fun. Why are you running?  In order to get and stay motivated you’ll need a reason to run. Find that reason, make it fun and pleasurable, and the running will feel almost effortless most days. And on the tough days you’ll be able to push through them because you’ll remember why you’re doing it.

So how do you make running fun?  Run with a friend. Run with music. Run on trails or through your favorite park.

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