Getting Started With Just 4 Minute Training

Just 4 Minutes training is about performing an exercise for only 20 seconds non-stop and then taking a 10-second off. The cycle is repeated eight times; resulting in a very effective workout in only about four minutes for every exercise. Not only will this fitness program test you aerobically but it will help you build muscular size and endurance as well.

How to Get Started

· Embarking on this particular High Intensity Interval Training is easy. All you need to do is choose an exercise from our DVD, use it, and then keep an eye on your timer as you keep that 20/10 intervals as your rough guideline.

· Our DVDs are based on simple exercises like calisthenics and body weight movement drill like pushups, pull-ups, body weight squats, dips, and sprints. Whatever you select, just go all out – according to your standards for 20 seconds. Take 10 seconds for rest and then repeat the cycle seven or eight times.

· Because doing the same exercise several times can result in fatigue, avoiding monotony by mixing and matching different exercises in the same Just 4 Minutes cycle is highly recommended.

· A plateau occurs because your body gets used to a particular exercise. That’s why we included 20 different exercises – so you can keep your body guessing!

Considerations

The Just 4 Minutes training may be short but it is very demanding. You should not try and stretch it out into an hour long exercise. Anyone can use our Just 4 Minutes training but obviously certain Just 4 Minutes sets are intended for use only by those who have already accomplished some level of physical fitness. This method should never be tried by people who are new to fitness regimens. Consulting your physician whether or not this kind of training is suitable for you is also necessary.


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Our DVDs are based on simple exercises like calisthenics and body weight movement drill like pushups, pull-ups, body weight squats, dips, and sprints. Whatever you select, just go all out - according to your standards for 20 seconds. Take 10 seconds for rest and then repeat the cycle seven or eight times.