Lunch Hour Workouts
Q: I only have an hour for lunch each day. Is it possible to get fit by alternating 30 minutes of cardio one day and 30 minutes of weights the next day?
A: If you work out regularly for 30 minutes each day, you’ll definitely see changes in your fitness level. It’s amazing how much exercise you can accomplish in a short time when you’re organized.
Click here for the link to the tips on how to do lunch hour workouts!
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