Mar 21, 2016

Get Your Summer Body in 22 Minutes Per Day: 22 Minute Hard Corps

I hear you, busy moms!! As a business owner and fellow mom to 4 kids, I am short on time too! But we all know daily exercise is important and crucial to a full, healthy life. I hear all kinds of excuses why people DON'T make their health’re too busy. The workouts are too hard. You don’t have the space nor the budget for the recommended equipment. But I have to let you in on something...BeachBody's newest fitness program, 22 Minute Hard Corps, puts an end to three of the biggest obstacles holding most people back: time, fitness level, and convenience.
“If you can carve out 22 minutes a day to exercise — and believe me, everyone can — you have all the time you need to lean out and muscle up,” says Horton. “This program is fast. It’s furious. And it only requires a few key pieces of equipment. I don’t care how many times you’ve tried and failed to get in shape in the past — if you want to be leaner and stronger than you are right now, this program will get you there.”
22 Minute Hard Corps is inspired by men and women of the United States military. How awesome is that, and what an amazing tribute to those who serve our country! During the last 15 years, Tony Horton has had the honor of touring dozens of bases all over the world, helping troops in every branch of the armed forces maximize their physical potential. “I have tremendous respect for our troops,” says Horton. “And I wanted to honor them by creating a simple, challenging, boot camp-style program that delivers functional, real-world strength to everyday people.”

What is 22 Minute Hard Corps? The program consists of eight routines that alternate between total-body cardio and resistance workouts — one a day, six days a week. “This is a pretty big departure from P90X,” says Horton. “The workouts are shorter, the pace is often quicker, there’s more user participation, and most of the moves are easier to pick up. It’s back to basics for mind-blowing results.”  
22 Minute Hard Corps is a no-nonsense, 8-week boot camp style workout program designed to deliver epic results, offering 8 total-body cardio, resistance, and core routines for getting in shape in minimal time.

Who should buy the program? This program is a great fit for anyone looking for a comprehensive , total-body fitness program without overly complex moves.

It's ideal for those who prefer shorter workouts such as P90X3 and T25; those

looking for a more challenging, intermediate level workout after completing P90or 21 Day Fix; and those who are not ready for an extreme fitness program.Anyone who craves a simple, flexible nutrition plan to help them reach their goals should try 22 Minute Hard Corps.

“Every exercise has modifier to follow, so even if you can’t do the main move, you can do a less difficult version of it that hits the same muscles. Either way, you’re going to sweat buckets. This program is tough. But if you finish all eight weeks, you’ll see a leaner, stronger person staring back at you in the mirror — and that’s a powerful experience.” While this might sound intimidating, anyone can do it — regardless of fitness level. 

What is the difference between 22 Minute Hard Corps and P90X/P90X3?P90X and P90X3 are 90-day extreme fitness programs. Both programs provide anextensive variety of fat-burning, muscle-perfecting moves that continually challengethe body and are considered advanced workouts.

22 Minute Hard Corps is a shorter, intermediate level program that has total bodyroutines to improve overall fitness. It is inspired by the tried and true methods of boot camp fitness programs and uses a military-style cadence to provide an intense workout in only 22 minutes per day. 

What Equipment is Needed?  Dumbbells and a pull-up bar (or resistance bands with a door attachment) are all you need to get started. But if you want to supersize your results, you can pick up the optional (and all-new) Variable Resistance Beachbody PT Sandbag. “Unlike a dumbbell, a sandbag’s center of gravity shifts as you lift it,” says Horton, explaining that a sandbag’s effectiveness comes from its instability. “As the sand moves inside the bag, your stabilizing muscles have to work overtime to keep you balanced.” The harder they work, the faster they grow.

#getsome with Tony Horton!

Ready to get started? Here are three tips to get the most out of your 22

Minute Hard Corps: It might seem like a missed workout won't be a big deal, but it's the repeated action done daily, and consistently each day that will get you the end result after 8 weeks that you can be proud of!

Dial in Your DietFailing to dial in your nutrition is a recipe for disappointment. Your diet has to be on point. You have to eat to fuel your body and focus. With the accompanying guide, "Rations for Results" meal plan, it's easy it is to make healthy long-term eating choices that will soon become habit!

Don’t Overdo It
Don't overtrain, or expect perfection. Be patient, pace yourself, and follow the modifiers if you need to. You have to push yourself to see results, and finish every workout. No excuses, you gotta work for it and stop wishing!!

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