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I'm not as young as I used to be. Will I still be able to do this?
This program is designed for all ages and fitness levels, and I have clients in their 70's. Do what you can and build up your endurance over time.
I'm overweight. Will I still be able to do these exercises?
Of course you will! Simply do what you can and do your best. You'll find that your endurance and ability ramps up quickly. S.I.T. combinations are designed to help you get up-to-speed in the shortest time possible.
Haven't worked out in a long time. Will these exercises be too hard for me?
I have worked with middle-aged adults who haven't done any form of exercise since high school. They've reached their goal weight, gotten stronger, and found that cardio is their best friend. You can do the same thing!
Does this require any weights or equipment for this?
Nope! All the exercise combinations use nothing but your own bodyweight. You can do these exercises in your living room, in your backyard, or anywhere else where you have a little bit of space to stretch out and move around.
Will this be bad for my heart?
Absolutely not! Of course, if you are currently under a physician's care, you'll want to speak with him or her and get advice for your specific health situation; however, many of my clients with heart issues have found that their heart is stronger, and their blood pressure is improved once they start doing Sprint Interval Training with me, regularly.
How soon will I see results?
You will begin seeing various types of results from your first day. You might sleep better after that first set of exercises. Within a week, you should feel a bit stronger, and by the time 14 days have passed, you should have the capacity to do a full set of exercises.
I have a bad back. Can I still do this?
Yes. All you will do is just start out slower. Take your time and build up as you can. I have had clients with bad backs and being sedentary hurt them in the long run way more than doing sprint interval training workouts. They started slowly and their bodies caught up over time.
Why can't I just go look at this on YouTube and learn this myself for free?
The plain truth is that there is no one teaching Sprint Interval Training using the combinations I do. My workout combinations are designed for everyone to be able to use! All the YouTube trainings teach you to literally sprint down the street or on a track or treadmill - and they are the traditional HIIT methods you're trying to avoid. So...you can't really learn what I teach on YouTube.
Do I have to change my diet to get results?
ike I shared earlier, there shouldn't be any drastic changing of your diet (unless you currently eat doughnuts and chicken nuggets for breakfast) But you should drink adequate water, eat your greens, fruit, and protein, and you'll want to cut back on alcohol, sweets, and junk food.
What's the refund policy?
There is a 60-day, no-questions-asked, money back guarantee.
I have arthritis. Can I do this?
Absolutely. Just like I advise people with bad backs, just take your time and start out slowly. You'll be able to build up as you continue to exercise. I've seen it time and time again.
I have poor circulation. Will this hurt me?
No way! In fact, Sprint Interval Training has been proven to improve circulation, lower blood pressure, and strengthen the heart. This kind of exercising can only do you good!
Does it really only take one minute?
Each interval is 20 seconds of intense exercising and two minutes of active recovery - three times. The entire workout will take 10 minutes, but yes. You're only doing ONE minute of intense exercise.
Is there a recurring payment?
No. There are no surprises. Investing in One and Done Workouts is a one-time payment. Nothing more.