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20 Second Fitness

 It really is just that time in my life where I am thinking about getting old.lol In January I will turn 30 and as much as I love my mother, and hope this is the one post she doesn't read, I don't want to end up looking like her. So I have really got into being more and more healthy and taking better care of myself. If you are like me though you don't want healthy to mean HOURS in the gym. Frankly with 3 children I don't have the time to spend those hours in the gym, so when looking for something that I could fit in I found 20 Second Fitness
Now think about it, no one likes to work out right?!? Well anyone can do 20 seconds of ANYTHING! Surprisingly I got my husband in on this workout routine which is great because well, he is already over 30.lol After a week of using it we are both seeing more energy! Now if you are skeptical like he was let me tell you, while it is only 20 seconds of an activity it does last 4-12 minutes a day. From day one my entire body has had an ache and it is only after 7 days that the ache is starting to become less noticeable and most days it is a CHALLENGE to finish these workouts. You DO feel the burn :O) while I am not yet down any pounds or inches the energy is amazing and this week we hope to start the diet plan that goes along with the workout system.
With Christmas coming that means New Years is sneaking up as well. What is your resolution?? Being healthy and fit is always a good plan.
 *I received the above mentioned products in order to write a review. All views expressed are that of my own and were in no way influenced** 

Comments

Melinda Dunne said…
I love this program! My son and I have been doing it for months and we do it religiously. It is awesome!
Unknown said…
My resolutions are to lose weight, eat healthier, provide healthier food for my family, and quit smoking! Glad your energy is up and good luck with your diet plan!
Tricia said…
Looks like a great program.

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