With my job, I sometimes get too busy and find little time to workout. I’ve tried 10 Minute trainer, but since I have always been into fitness, I find the workouts too light.
I also find myself in a situation where I carry no equipment with myself during the travelings. So, I can’t do workouts that require equipment, or I have to rearrange the workout schedule, something I find pretty difficult.
And yes, I know you’ll say that are just excuses.
Well, for all my “excuses”, Tony Horton has created a new fitness program:
It puts an end to three of the biggest obstacles holding people back: Time, experience, and convenience.
“If you can carve out 22 minutes a day to exercise — and believe me, everyone can — you have all the time you need to lean out and muscle up,” says Horton.
“This program is fast. It’s furious. And it only requires a few key pieces of equipment. I don’t care how many times you’ve tried and failed to get in shape in the past — if you want to be leaner and stronger than you are right now, this program will get you there.”
How did he get the inspiration for 22 Minute Hard Corps?
It came from the men and women of the United States military. Traveling around the world and touring US army bases, Tony Horton has been helping troops in every branch of the armed forces maximize their physical potential.
“I have tremendous respect for our troops,” says Horton. “And I wanted to honor them by creating a simple, challenging, boot camp-style program that delivers functional, real-world strength to everyday people.”