Workout on Your Schedule.


Not all of us have the time or the luxury to be able to set concrete times to spend hours a day at the gym. Between work and family, more often than not, it's nearly impossible to make the time on a consistent basis. Then there's gym membership fees, which plenty of us can't get our money's worth every month. 

One of the best ways to get your daily routine in is to break it up if you need to - one set of ten between other activities at home or in the office as often as you can. It'll help you not only stay energized for your other activities, but also help you get the results you're looking for, on your time. 

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  • Ian Templin