The FASTEST WORKOUT in the world

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Some days I just don’t have time to exercise…

…but I do have time for the fastest workout in the world.  Here’s exactly what you do:

1.) Squat, Push, Lunge, Pull, Plank (pick one of each, and alternate every rep)
2.) Repeat alternating exercises until each one burns out.

For example, here are 5 exercises you can use:

1.) Squat Jumps With A Med Ball Hold
2.) Rotational Push Ups
3.) Reverse Spider Lunges
4.) Renegade Dumbbell Rows
5.) Cross-Over Straight Arm Plank

If you still have energy in your squats after your pecs and triceps burn out on the push, drop the push and keep going with your squats and any other exercises that are still leftover.  Continue to alternate exercises until you are down to one and then burn it out.

This entire workout should take less than 5 minutes, and it can be done any day that you’re short on time and you want a metabolic spiker that will send your metabolism through the roof.

That’s the exact principle with Ab Strength Guide. 10 minutes per day and done. 

It’s awesome.

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  • lisa

    Must have done something wrong. After 5 minutes I still have plenty of energy.

  • Kathleen

    what kind of membership do I have?

  • MrWhyever

    Yeah, your instructions are really hard to understand.

  • Nae

    I might be silly but this confused me. Do i do one squat, one push etc or does it go for a certain amount of time?

  • Nae

    I might be silly but this confused me. Do i do one squat, one push etc or does it go for a certain amount of time?

  • Nae

    I might be silly but this confused me. Do i do one squat, one push etc or does it go for a certain amount of time?

    • http://DrKareem.com Dr. Kareem

      There are two ways to do this:

      1) My preference – alternate on every rep (highly coordinative, makes you think, and really gets an incredible sweat going) – i.e. one squat, one push, one lunge, one pull, one plank.

      2) Option #2:  Alternate every minute for 5 minutes (minute 1 is squat, minute 2 is push, etc.)

      Make more sense now everybody?

      • Kasper

        How long does one plank last?

  • Mama3boys

    Sorry, Dr. K – I’m not clear about your instructions either?  are you doing each exercise to failure and then moving to the next, or are you alternating the exercises in sets of 10 until failure? (or is there some other magic way of doing them?

    Thanks!

  • Mama3boys

    Sorry, Dr. K – I’m not clear about your instructions either?  are you doing each exercise to failure and then moving to the next, or are you alternating the exercises in sets of 10 until failure? (or is there some other magic way of doing them?

    Thanks!

  • Mama3boys

    Sorry, Dr. K – I’m not clear about your instructions either?  are you doing each exercise to failure and then moving to the next, or are you alternating the exercises in sets of 10 until failure? (or is there some other magic way of doing them?

    Thanks!

  • Truthconexus

    ?: Do each exercise to fatigue and then move onto the next one?

  • Raviuppal63

    which is the best excercise to control the blood glucose ?

    • guest

      My understanding is: there is no exercise specific for controlling blood glucose. Exercise and diet help the body to control glucose levels and help the cells work properly. Watch what you eat before and after the workout and test with a glucose monitor, also how you feel. tired, exhausted, energized etc..