Fit in 15 Minutes per Week
If you could become optimally fit by exercising only 15 minutes per week, would you do it?
If that 15 minutes of investment in your health also produced these significant health benefits, would you do it?
- Increase your glucose storage capacity (help reverse Type 2 Diabetes)
- Increase your muscle mass
- Lose fat faster
- Strengthen your bones
- Strengthen your heart, even after a heart attack
- Increase your lung volume
- Raise HDL cholesterol (the “good guy”)
- Add years of healthy living to your life
- Boost your immune system
Of course you would! Fifteen minutes per week is a minor investment in your time to achieve such dramatic improvements in your fitness and health.
That’s why my husband, Pat and I (Dr. Jo), combined our expertise to write Dr. Jo’s Fit in 15 Minutes per Week for your benefit.
It never ceases to amaze me that we (you and me, all of us) can be so fit by investing only 15 minutes per week in a specific exercise that maximally stimulates our muscles. They respond by adapting to that stimulus. That stimulus of pushing our muscles to complete fatigue triggers a building up of our fast twitch muscle fibers. And therein lies the “magic”. Fast twitch fibers burn more calories than any other tissue in our bodies every minute of the day and night, melting those fat accumulations away.
And as an extra bonus developing more fast twitch fibers naturally stimulates the release of our very own Human Growth Hormone (HGH) that:
- Stimulates increased production of proteins which can increase muscle mass
- Helps break down body fat and maintain good lean to fat ratio in body
- Increases intestinal absorption of calcium, helping maintain strong bones
In turn HGH stimulates the production of more fast twitch muscle fibers. What a great beneficial cycle.
And that’s just one of the scientifically proven benefits of the Fit in 15 workout. Chapter 4 reveals a whole host of other research verified, health building benefits of the Fit in 15 workout.
In Chapter 3 we give you very precise instructions on how to perform the exercises for maximal improvement in your fitness level and for your safety. You can perform Fit in 15 at home, saving you time and money.
Fit in 15 belongs in the category of High Intensity Training and is also known as super slow weight training, super slow workout, and super slow exercise.
The Fit in 15 workout information is really all you need to transform your body into a fit and healthy one. But as a bonus we added Chapter 6 describing High Intensity Interval Training, another variation of the High Intensity Training programs that may intrigue you as well.
Chapter 5 may be your very best bonus in this book. Dr. Jo specializes in practical nutrition for daily living and so she wrote this chapter to give you:
- Guidelines of what to eat before and after your Fit in 15 workout to achieve:
- Optimal production of your own Human Growth Hormone
- Optimal increase in muscle mass and strength
- A healthy eating plan for your uniquely-you body
Just because you complete your workout in 15 minutes each week doesn’t mean you can be a couch potato the rest of the week. You still need to keep moving, engaging in fun activities that refresh and invigorate you. That’s what Chapter 7 is all about.
So grab your paperback copy of Dr. Jo’s Fit in 15 Minutes per Week now. It’s a quick read so you can get started transforming your level of fitness and health right away. Clicking on this link takes you right to Amazon to purchase it in the Kindle format:
For ideas about the minimal exercise equipment needed for the Fit in 15 workout, click here.