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As a busy executive, you know that time is a precious commodity. Maintaining a healthy, fit body can sometimes seem like a luxury you can't afford. But what if we told you that it's possible to achieve 6-pack abs with just 15 minutes of workout?
In this blog post, I’m thrilled to share my latest YouTube video that reveals 3 game-changing principles designed to help you sculpt a strong, healthy body while maximizing your precious time.
Get ready to boost your performance at work, elevate your health, and propel your business to new heights with these powerful principles:
The first principle to focus on is intensity. If you want to build six-pack abs, you need to push yourself to the limit during high-intensity interval training (HIIT). Many people make the mistake of not pushing themselves hard enough during their workouts. The goal is to feel fatigued and unable to do any more reps at the end of each cycle.
The Tabata protocol is an excellent example of this type of training. It involves 20 seconds of high-intensity training followed by 10 seconds of rest. During the 20 seconds, you need to push yourself to the limit so that you need the 10 seconds of rest to recover.
The second principle is instability. To achieve this, you can use tools that make your exercises less stable. Traditional martial art exercises use bands to create instability. This type of instability forces your body to adapt and become more efficient.
When you repeat the same movements and rhythm, your body becomes more efficient, and you lose the benefits of exercises. To avoid this, add lateral movements, side-to-side agility movements, and movements that require you to run backward to your routine. Doing so ensures that your body doesn't waste away stabilizers.
Science is the final principle you need to consider if you want to build six-pack abs by only working out 15 min per week.
New advances in science have given us many biohacking gadgets that amplify your exercise effectiveness. Using new generation gadgets like Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) bands, you can engage more muscles and create bigger exercise stimulus without resorting to heavy weights. That means you can get some serious workout done anywhere and anytime, which is important for you to integrate workout into your busy schedule.
To sum up, building six-pack abs requires you to focus on three principles: intensity, instability, and science. Push yourself to the limit during high-intensity interval training, use tools that enhance your workout effectiveness through instability, and try new biohacking gadgets that amplifies your workout.
By incorporating the three crucial principles of Intensity, Instability, and Science into your fitness routine, you can unlock the secret to achieving 6-pack abs in just 15 minutes per week.
This efficient and effective workout approach is perfect for busy executives and entrepreneurs who are looking to improve their health, increase their energy levels, and enhance their overall performance.
So, take the first step towards transforming your body and business today by watching the YouTube video and embracing these game-changing principles. Your journey to a stronger, healthier, and more successful version of yourself starts now!
Steven Kuo is an Executive Warrior Coach for transformational leaders who desire to make meaningful, lasting positive impacts in business, the world, and their family. Steven helps transform leadership and organisations worldwide to uncover their full potential and thrive in the Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous world we live in. From small business all the way to fortune 500 organisations. Whatever your struggles are in achieving your full potential, Steven can help you believe again. He will partner with you to make your own breakthroughs through executive/leadership coaching, speaking engagements, training, transformational offsites, and mentoring.
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