Fred Medina likes exercise and fitness, but believes that exercise shouldn't be long and boring. He feels fitness can be had in short, challenging bouts of exercise. Due to this belief, he has set out on a mission to see how little exercise he can do, while still reaping the benefits.
No longer tied to the conventional thinking of more is better, he continues to gain strength and increase his fitness levels by performing quick and intense workouts.
He enjoys swimming, creating, and considers himself a life long student,"I love to learn."
What's with all the diets? All the diets out there make things so complicated.
I've tried plenty of diets, especially when they seem to be the next big thing, but they don't seem to work for me. Among them are paleo, carb cycling, low carb, 5:2 and intermittent fasting...
Introducing 1 Minute Core:
1 Minute Core consists of three quick core workouts, each taking only 1 minute to complete. Think you don’t have time to do exercise? Think again. Everybody can spare 1 minute every now and then.
Doing these exercises for 1 minute can:
-Increase your strength and muscle endurance
-Tone your muscles
5 exercises where 1 minute makes a difference.
Hate long boring cardio? Do you hate running for an hour at a time? Me too. That's why I starting looking for a different way. And that way is short cardio that get's the heart rate going, but doesn't leave us totally exhausted. In this 1 minute workout guide, I'll discuss five exercises and different ways to work the 1 minute clock.
Introducing 1 Minute Poses:
1 Minute poses consists of three quick workouts, each taking only 1 minute to complete. Think you don't have time to do exercise? Think again. Everybody can spare 1 minute every now and then.
Do you want to try Yoga, but don't know where to start or don't want to spend money on a class? Then try these quick workouts.
Why kill yourself with long boring workouts?
This bundle is composed of three guides. 1 Minute Warrior, 1 Minute Cardio 2.0 and 1 Minute Core. If you're like me you don't like long boring workouts. You just want to get the work done and be done with it as quickly as possible.
Have you tried to perform pullups, but have never been able to? Do the pullups you perform look more like a seizure versus strength training? If so, I've devised a simple guide that will show you how to progress using workout bands. By the time you complete it you should be able to perform at least 8 full pullups.