Less Exercise, More Results

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Posted on 19th July 2012 by admin in LivingFuelTV |Super Health

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Do you avoid exercise thinking that you need to spend hours in the gym or on the treadmill to gain significant fitness results?  This is not the case!  As with many things in life, exercise is more about the quality, not the quantity of your efforts.  It’s often what we do the 23 hours away from our workouts that can most determine our results.

Meet elite performance coach and trainer Andy O’Brien from The Edge School in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.  Andy’s resume includes Strength and Conditioning Coach for the National Hockey League’s Florida Panthers and work with NHL and Olympic star Sidney Crosby, Olympic gold-medalist Dara Torres and other elite athletes.  Today, we discuss how a lean body, a low resting heart rate, and ample energy thoughout the day are results of your body adapting metabolically and hormonally to the physical stress you place on it during your workouts, along with what you do with the other 23 hours.

What does this mean to you?  You can maximize these adaptations with less time exercising by applying what you’ll learn from today’s video.  Click on the graphic below to watch.

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