Are You Able To Slim Down with 15 Minute Work Outs Are Short Intense Workouts Enough to modify your Body

 

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Short, intense routines far surpass no workout. With that said, we also don’t want you to expect that just fifteen minutes or less is the most effective way to get or maintain a healthy, lean body. If those short workouts are all you have time for, don’t let our opinion discourage you. Before you start an exercise program that involves high-intensity activity, you Interval Workouts for Weight Loss.

Intervals are simply short periods of time. When you do an interval workout you Complete. However, the two most common forms are high-intensity interval training (HIIT) and sprint interval training, such as running, jogging, speed.

Science is now showing that even as little as 10-15 minutes of exercise per day can be enough, not only to lose weight and tone up but to improve overall fitness and health also. Instead of longer exercise periods, shorter bursts of high intensity exercises are. Typically, the entire workout lasts anywhere from 10 to 15 minutes.

Experts say the high-intensity aids calorie burn, weight loss, and controls appetite while the short length makes it easier for crazy busy people to fit in some fitness. Another benefit: Exercisers work harder than they could during a sustained, lengthy workout. The good news: You don’t need to become a gym monster to lose weight or burn fat. Instead, you need to commit to some short, high-intensity workouts that burn calories while also improving your. So, begrudgingly, I bumped up the workout time to ten minutes.

Here’s how it all went down. And while some of you may be rolling your eyes looking at my photos, thinking that I’m not exactly breaking the scale, I have some revealing before pictures which I’m pretty sure will ruin my online dating life forever as well as an undeniable fat. In this article, I will share with you 17 intense full body workouts that can be done anywhere you like. All of the workouts’s duration is 15-25 minutes.

All of your routines are circuit training workouts so you will never get bored with your sessions. Without losing more of your valuable time, let’s jump straight to your training videos!Looking for the best workouts for weight loss? Look no further than high-intensity interval training (HIIT).

Because HIIT workouts works like a charm for dropping pounds and achieving a healthy weight. But to get the most out of an HIIT workout for weight loss, you need to set up your training the right way. Perform a 15-minute quick HIIT workout in the morning, a 15-minute series of yoga poses midday and a 15-minute jog outside to finish off. You can also aim to perform several small sets of exercises throughout the day. Perform each of once a day at different times: Do 10 bodyweight squats at the top of each staircase.

Can You Lose Weight Without Diet Just Exercise? well technically you can but it may be quite a hard process. Losing Weight this way is healthy.

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Yes, four to six 30-second sprints burn more fat than 60 minutes of incline treadmill walking.

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Yes, 4 to 6 30­second sprintsburn more fat than 60minutes of incline treadmill walking.

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If this is new to you, start out slowly and build up, but ultimately 45 to 60 minutes, 4 or 5 days a week, of fast walking, jogging, or bike riding, in the gym on exercise devices or outdoors on your own, will make a big difference in attaining your weight-loss goals.

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Workouts become 3 minutes longer or shorter as you do more or less body parts.

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Time Conscious Given that time and intensity are so closely linked, harder workouts by necessity must be shorter.

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If you want to see quicker results, you absolutely can.

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A realistic plan usually means a slow start—perhaps nothing more than getting into some exercise clothes on the first few days, or waking up 15 minutes early—and increase expectations over time.

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The 30-minute goal can be accomplished by performing shorter periods of exercise that last at least 10 minutes.

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New theories suggest that long, drawn-out cardio sessions may not be necessary when it comes to weight loss and that shorter workouts of varied intensity may also be effective.

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A lighter tone and faster pace (20 minutes vs. 25 minutes for this exercise) can reduce the intensity of the exercise.

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  • this is perfect! what i needed! the 30 second in between is perfect and makes me feel my arms again but the ads just put the cherry on top. it’s just another little breather for you! i wish i found her sooner because this is what my body has needed!

  • Absolutely loved this workout!!! Perfect for before some strength training, after a jog, or just for a quick sweat sesh!!! Thank youu so much you’re amazing ��������♥️

  • Hey,you are dope��But I can’t express how thankful I’ll be if you put something to bring estrogen level down,my estrogens stay really help and I’m ready to do any kind of workout to get them down,my doctor says that my estrogen is really really up which is not healthy, please help ��✨

  • I am so glad you included this in the latest 14 day challenge. I am pretty sure this is one of the first workouts where I discovered you and your youtube. I love this one, one of my favourites. I would do this alot especially when I got home from work and had one of those days. I haven’t done it in a long time, it was so fun to do this again! You’re the best!

  • This kicked my butt in the best way possible. I’m thinking of doing it again to make it 30 minutes

    Edit: I did it once more through! And I managed all the push ups on my toes. I am beat!

  • Can I use this method on a recumbent bike since I don’t have the type of bike you’re using in this video? Maybe a no brained question but still thought I’d ask you or any other peeps out there reading this. I do your other recumbent bike workout, but this seems longer.

  • They need to put a disclaimer on this video as this workout is not for everyone!! 6 months ago, I was home alone working out to this video after 8 minutes into the video, while doing the skater move, I lost my balance fell down and broke my knee legit into two halves. It has been the hardest journey recovering from the injury, and after the healing process of my knee’s patella, I’ve been working hard on my body everyday to get back into shape. Stay safe!

  • Lindsey, this is an awesome short workout! I was sore this morning from doing your lower body and arm workouts last week and this is exactly what I needed! And gave me an energy boost to get through this day with my kids:)

  • “The great thing about the 7 minute workout is that 20 minutes later, I’m done and can go jump in the shower.” Umm… There’s something fishy going on here. ;P Here’s the thing, if you have to do it multiple times, it ceases being a 7 minutes workout.
    So, is this kind of workout marketed as a low time commitment hoping that people will realize they can do more, and just sort of do extra work without “realizing” it, like this guy ended up doing? People will set aside 10 mins for something, but 30 starts to feel like a commitment, and the overworked won’t even sign up. However, once you’re doing something, it’s easy to continue doing it. Like Netflix. “I’ll watch one episode…” 3 hours later… “oops…” “I’ll just do this exercise real quick.” Finishes workout. “That was easy. I’ll just do it again, since I’m already on a roll.” 7 just became 14, and easily to 21. It’s just funny to me that we lie to ourselves like this.

  • I’ve done this excercise once a day while eating on a calorie deficit and I lost major weight like I went from 120->97..which was probably a little too small but still the workout was that effective

  • The idea is not so much to lose weight, but to tone up your muscles. Since you were able to fit into tighter clothes, you trimmed your body which is what matters.

  • But this isn’t a HITT workout. A proper HITT workout requires it to be VERY intense bursts of exercise, where you are totally out of breath after each exercise, and you need the 10 to 20 second rest period just to catch your breath. This is why he didn’t lose any weight, it was NOT a HITT workout. HITT means HIGH INTENSITY Interval Training. Try sprinting as fast as you can up 6 flights of stairs and then walking back down to catch your breath, do that 10 times, that’s a HITT workout.

  • It was kinda stupid that he didn’t take measurements before and after. Then the Tux wouldn’t be a question mark but a double confirmation.

  • Hey man can you make a video about HIT High intensity training. It got my attention however, i dont know if i can have gains doing that.

  • Its a shame he didn’t take measurements or a photo before and and after. That would have shown his progress alot more than the scales.

  • maddie i am so happy you started this channel. i was hoping that you would start a channel like this and i’m glad youre doing them in 15 min increments! this is helpful for beginner workouts! i’m hoping you are going to keep the beginner workouts coming so i can get back into being fit gradually!! love you so much maddie and hey kyle!!

  • Hey man, really have to thank you! I started my journey with this video, and after a certain amount of time I didn’t need it anymore, and started doing my own thing. But because of your motivation, and optimism is was able to get into the routine of working out! Because of your help, and some other dietary videos I was able to loose 40kg! In 4 months time! I got decently ripped in the process, and that’s what keeps me motivated to keep doing what I’m doing! Thank you VERY much! Keep doing what you’re doing, and nevermind the haters!!

  • Did you guys enjoy this one?? I’ve got so much more coming at you soon… so excited! Let me know how this one went in the comments below!

  • I was skeptic about Next Level Diet because I thought that I would have to eat only broccoli to lose weight. I am eating only food I like and still losing weight.

  • Brother……I have only 4kg dumble………..I used that dumbbell. For bench press excercise and biceps,ricepes excersice… anything wrong!!!!?????

  • I knew which foods I need to eat to lose weight, but I didn’t know how much. Diet plan I got from NextLevelDiet contains portion sizes for every meal. Fantastic!

  • My dad lost 100lbs. I visited Next Level Diet and followed their steps. I only selected food he likes and they provided me with FULL PACKET in seconds. I got 30 days DIET MEAL PLAN, TRAINING PLAN, FITNESS TIPS, and HEALTHY RECIPES as well.

  • As a 14 year old teenager, I loved this exercise routine, I plan on doing it three times a week and doing your treadmill exercises 2 times a week

  • Im 15 and a volleyball player but because of coronavirus i have lost my shape and from 1 week i do different trainings and im so happy now with this one��

  • I really join your point about that home workout saves time than going to the gym.
    7 minutes is too low, i think that 20 to 30 minutes is to way to go.

  • You don’t lose significant weight by working out. You lose it by eating at a caloric deficit. The real benefit of something like this is how it changes your muscles (which may well be stronger but hidden under fat) and stamina

  • This is the reality of a 7 minute workout for 30 days. It makes you feel good. You trim a couple of pounds. And it sharpens your brain.
    Best part is the addiction you get from doing it. Which means it’s the PERFECT first step to getting active. ����

  • Man, thank you for this. It’s the most real video I’ve seen that pushes and encourages you. No “buy my plan” bullshit. It’s simple, and makes me feel like I can make progress again.

  • For those of you saying he didn’t lose weight because of his diet…it’s not true. He lost fat and put on muscle, that’s why his weight didn’t change much. How else was he able to put on the tux when he couldn’t before from only lost 2lbs of fat loss. That’s because it’s not 2lbs, it’s more like 10lbs of fat loss and 8lbs of muslce gain.

  • The enforced lock-down does a number. No exercise after engaging in a riguourous schedule of dialy exercise, the girth is getting wider.

  • Ok the thing is that he only checked his weight he most likely lost inches to he most likely lost more then he thinks because he didn’t check inches
    And body weight workouts is the best workouts

  • Someone told me about site called NextLevelDiet. Let me tell you something: This sh*t is really next level!!! Fat cells are leaving my body like never before. Goodbye belly fat. Welcome six pack.

  • It’s weird how someone I’ve never met have had such a big impact on my life.
    Thanks to this I found a way to work out that felt manageable.
    If I feels like I can’t get through the workout I complain loudly and talk back to you, but I always submit and make it through.
    It sounds stupid, but it works.

    I feel so much better than I did before!!
    Seriously man I love you.
    Whatever you do now, hope you’re doing well!

    OSLO, Norway.

  • I worked out for a long time but didn’t get results because of a poor diet. I then found a website called *Next Level Diet*, finally I started seeing results

  • Your honest review really boosted my morale to keep working out at home daily for 20 mins while incorporating a good diet too. I have kept up with this for a week now and eager to see what happens when I complete a month. Thanks

  • OMG, Lindsey! Second time around! It pushed me, but I finished! I did reach muscle fatigue. Thank you for no burpees. I will take lateral lunges any day. Ha, ha…. ������������

  • I love doing this… Fatass… I can say that people cause Im a fat ass too… And I recently started doing HIIT and I loveeee ittt… I also add 15min walk at home plus +15min yoga +15min dancing… All while I watch any episode that lasts an hour long I can def feel the difference even in my energy levels… I do it at around 7pmish though because that way If I want to indulge in late night snacks I feel terrible hahahahha sonI just super hydrate for the rest of the night ��

  • Losing fat (not weight) is all about diet. You exercise for fitness. You’d lose fat without exercise if you eat right. It’s also nothing to do with calories. You’ll look better on 2,000 calories of fish and veg compared to 1,800 calories of chocolate chip cookies.

    Eat right to lose fat.

    It’s also about body composition. You might lose 5lbs of fat and gain 5lbs of muscle.
    Result=same weight but look better

  • mate hang in there. i only do one round and im a fit person but i do each exercise as fast as i can. think about that. if u do this workout slowly u could do 7 rounds! also imagine if u do this for the whole year.

  • I love this workout couldn’t get all the way through I could only get too 6 min but I did workout some before the video. I didnt do much but I sure felt the burn

  • This is the first workout I’ve done with you and wow!! I was sweating so much at the end! Didn’t think 15 minutes would even be a challenge lol! Will definitely be doing more, thanks for uploading!!

  • Rebecca, your workouts are the BEST and this one is my absolute favourite short, simple, effective and most importantly no jumping ��. I’ve been doing it almost every other day for a couple of months and the results are just amazing. Thank you ��

  • Wow! I’ve done this workout twice and I can already feel a difference! I’ve also just started It Takes Grit and you’re pushing me through it! #icanfeeltheburn ���� thank you Rebecca!

  • I wrote a message about getting pains in my back when I did the leg lifts and you mentioned that the back wasn’t being kept in place and I did that really concentrated on keeping my back stable and what I difference. So thank u for taking the time to answer me. And now I am loving this workout. I am obese and working it as hard as I can.

  • Let’s take a moment to appreciate how she talks us through during the video, reminding us why we’re doing this, and motivating us with her positive voice and words! This is my first week doing this fitness routine and I’m already seeing a difference and I have her to thank

  • Heck yeah even 10 is enough if it is circuit style it is even better.
    Just from a intense leg circuit of 10 min my legs are really sore.

  • Ah so when gamers exercise they play better mentally GOT IT, THANKS!

    I’ll be trying to exercise from now on. I’m almost 14 actually.

  • Hi Dr K, would you recommend the recumbent bike or upright bike for best HIIT benefits? I find the upright bike agony to sit on for long periods of time ��

  • I tried to make my own diet, but it didn’t work. I went to NextLevelDiet and let them create diet plan for me. I am delighted with the result

  • I’m as skinny as a stick and honestly tired of it. Doing these (or any) workouts, I feel the pain so easily and so early on, but I’m trying so hard to push myself a little further every day. Heart attacks are known to run through my family, I’m not exactly the most healthiest or fittest of people, so, I want to make some healthy lifestyle changes in order to prevent that happening to me and to become fit, healthy and strong.

  • Dear rebecca, your routine is great, I just need to remain motivated to keep doing it. I have 2x 5kg weights and although for some other drills I find them ok, for the L-presses I thought I could barely handle it!:)
    Do you recommend I start with something slightly lighter?
    I’m 36, 55kg and lightly active but not very toned! Thank you!!

  • I’m turning 18 shortly (honestly amazed I’ve made it this far tbh), and I don’t have the best of diets nor lifestyle. I’m surprisingly, somehow very thin. In the past few months, I’ve been researching and wanting to incorporate diet changes, exercise, yoga, meditation and all sorts into my day to day life in order to get at least somewhat both fit and healthy. I bought my first pair of hand weights today. I couldn’t even hold the 3kg one so I bought two 1.5kg and two 2kg ones.

  • OMG that was soo good I wasnt expecting that I was struggling that really packs a punch in 15 mins! this gonna be my new go to quick workout, thank you!!:)

  • This was an awesome workout, I loved that you were not repetitive and kept changing from one form to another. Did weights training after a long time and this was fun.

  • Loved it Maddie, thank you! Although you would have doubled over laughing if you’d seen me do those twists in the last round… not exactly graceful!!

  • What if I can workout but when im done im not Motivated to do any homework? Any help pls guys I feel like im undergoing some weird depression where I can’t focus. I used to be a 90 student who did homework so I hope someone might know what’s happening

  • I’m on week 4 of doing this 5 days a week following with some resistance band training for more arm/chest/back workouts I’m seeing some results at this point. Also eating alot better

  • I knew which foods I need to eat to lose weight, but I didn’t know how much. Diet plan I got from Next Level Diet contains portion sizes for every meal. Fantastic!

  • Started this workout May 1st at 198lbs. After cutting out late night junk food and doing these exercises 7 days a week I am down to 181 lbs. 17lbs lost in 1 month. I have been watching this video every day of the month as I sweat and work my ass off. My abs are finally starting to show and my love handles are almost completely gone. I’m committed to losing another 21 lbs to reach my goal of 160lbs and becoming stronger. Thank you for kickstarting my journey!

  • I made it to about 9:30, and I even took a short pause after the second set of jumping jacks…like many here have shared, I am so much more out of shape than I thought I was.

  • I love this video. I watch and follow this every day, followed by 30 minutes of rowing machine. I started with 79.6 and down to 69.2 in two months. Still need to go down to 65 to get 22 BMI.
    Thank you HealrhyGamer…

  • I too do not work out for long periods of time. I just really do not have the time. I have to warm up because I am old, then the actual workout and stretching is VITAL as you age so I have to otherwise I cramp up. By the time I do all that 30-45 minutes has past. I still have to do all the other things they say is important in our daily lives. I just can not work out for more then one hour and some days I only have time for 15-20 minutes. I am cool with that too. It is better then nothing.

  • It helped me feel more active and i really felt the burn. I gave you a like and I will tell every body I know. I did this two times in a row and it was amazing.

  • So it’s a 14 to 21min workout…waste of time. Try going for a walk 30mins a day and see what happens. Change only 1 bad dietary habit in those 30 days and see what happens. You will lose more weight and not feel like you are working out but enjoying nature around you.

  • This is the first abdominal workout that hasn’t hurt my back, we’ll up until the crunches. I can’t seem to use my core for crunches, maybe it’s too weak.
    Gonna try to stick to this though, thanks man

  • Gonna start doing this tomorrow! Im a 16 year old boy and weigh over 160 pounds. Im gonna try to do this everyday, wish me luck ��

  • If I get 30 likes on this comment I’ll do it and document the progress on my YouTube channel over the course of 3-4 months (among other workouts) ����

  • Anyone else going into 2020 with this Routine? Just completed my first one and man i felt it. Anyone who is considering doing this, lets do it together! I was super self conscious even doing this at home by myself. Ended up putting a podcast on and running through it without cutting corners. Find what works for you.

  • Awesome work man. For someone who never worked out or had interest this is really easy to follow and your attitude and demeanor is awesome! Keep it up! I’ll be following

  • Well showing in the video the way u did the exercise seams to be slow regardless the mistakes u made, this not enough if u want to lose some weight, give it another try by raising ur intensity and u may see the difference

  • So u think this is a good every day workout to start with. I am not heavy but out of shape. I need something to start with that is effective.

  • do this, rest 3 minutes, and then do a lap around the block for anyone whos skinny. It helps get your stomach going and it keeps your legs in good health along with some extra stress on the cores.

  • I ate subway today and then immediately after regretted it because I loaded it with calories. I walked 3 miles today in the morning and did this workout in the afternoon. I think I’m going to go jog at night.

  • Oh my gosh I did it. In the beginning it was alright but it started getting harder and harder. This is an extremely helpful video, and did the job right. I’m out of breath and sweating a bucketload.

  • Looove this! I’m terrified of gyms so I am stuck with home workouts (esp in winter), and am always looking for new ones. Thanks for this video, and you should try an arm workout next!

  • Dude!! I’ve been surfing for the past year every day for several hours and am an active soccer player with practice twice a week. You got my heart rate up to 105.. Thanks man! Great stuff!!

  • Hey Healthy Gamer, been doing these twice a week, love the routine thank you. But when i get to crunches im literally dead, any advice for improving my mid body routine so i can finish the workout strongly?

  • Some days I feel super bored and don’t know what to do. I am interested in exercise but struggle finding out what to do. I don’t have much cash, and don’t feel like paying for a gym membership. Now that I found your channel I feel like I can learn something Healthy.

  • First day here.. I am so sweaty, weak and confused..
    Did the whole routine through with few breaka admittedly. When I got to the last part I ciuldn’t even do crunches properly.. also I did knee pushups since I’ve never been able to do actual pushups:(

  • This is my second day, its really really hard. I even got tired when started jumping jack in 10 seconds. I dont know why. I hope I can stay strong, I challenge myself to do this everyday on 1 month.
    I hope I could survive, and see the result. My goal is to strengthen my body before going to study abroad in Sweden next month. I dont wanna sick when I living alone there, I wish I could become stronger.

  • Can anyone answer this for me please even you Rebecca. When I lie on the floor and do a sit up it’s ok but raising my legs straight like that really pulls on my back esp the right side. What am I doing wrong. I was 360 pounds and now have lost to a 178 pounds at 5’3” but would like to lose around 13 more pounds to 165 I will never be twiggy but that’s ok, if I get there and still keep losing then good if not that’s ok too,
    Now I have a hanging gut which has got smaller but the rest of my weight loss I would like it to be more on my gut area. So I would like to do the sit-ups and raise the legs straight out, if it hurts like that would maybe having a pillow at the small of the back be ok.
    HELP I NEED SUGGESTIONS PLEASE

  • Bruh I only do 5 minute workout for my push up tricep and chest
    100 Diamond push ups and 50 Wide Push ups in 5 minutes good formmmm

  • I’ve been doing only 15 minutes almost every day for a few years now. I can’t complain. Shoulders I need a little over 20. On the stationary bike day I’m done in 7 minutes. I’m 35 at the moment.

  • All this really tells me is working out, even a little, is better than not. The circumstances of the study (especially considering it is only one study) do not have a good enough sample size nor enough controlled variables outside of their lifting routine to really give me any results I can feel confident enough in to make a change to my routine. It is nice to know I can squeeze in a 15 minutes exercise and not totally waste my time though.

  • I was surprised to see this workout in the 30 day workout and am glad you did. I do this one all the time especially when I am short on time. Love this sweatin workout! Really enjoying doing this workout calendar Lindsey:)

  • I’ve been doing 15-21min workouts 5 days a week, and I have seen gains, still better than nothing. What’s important is you feel the strain/pump

  • At 60 and in really good shape, I take more time off now and a little shorter workouts (45) and feel bigger and get a bigger pump at the gym and in the morning when I get up” Then again older need more recovery time,,,,just saying” ����

  • Bruhh… my arm training only consists of 8 reps total biceps and triceps and they only take like 12min to do, does that mean i wont be seeing maximum gains?

  • I gained my first 8 kg of muscles in 2 months from 10-15 min workout a day every day. just importent to not take any time to rest almsot and to push urself to the limit

  • So if the low-volume group gained similar strength, but gained significantly less muscle mass, that means that their muscles give them more bang for their buck-they get the benefits without the downsides of adding weight to their body.

  • I’m on an epic trip biking from Mexico to Canada and then hiking back 3,000 miles on the CDT. Follow the v blogs here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOVv1zGOyziZ9bIIy5CxkDkfiuKtNYLYN

  • Loved this video but struggled with the squat+cross-over leg lift in the third set. Is there a modification that you would recommend until I’m able to those?

  • Girls don’t like skinny boys! Get muscles like me. I got 3kg of lean muscle in one month. The secret is website called *Next Level Diet*, because I followed their 30 days meal plan. IM FU**ING STRONG NOW!!!

  • hej. love your informative videos. it seems you do your research! would really be interested if you did a video on rhodiola rosea supplements.

  • Why does big bodybuilder cant do calisthenics movement like pullup or muscle if they havent tried doing them? Why is that even tho the big guys can bench 200lbs can u explain the science behind it im curious

  • My Workout 10 minutes warm up, 15 or 20 minutes (depends how much sets i make 3/4) hard workout from “Darebee” and 25 minutes stretching:)

  • If you really have time constraints, do circuits with antagonist muscles.
    First: 1 Set Bench Press / 1 Set Pull-Ups (or Pull Downs) right after each other
    Rest for 1min
    Second: 1 Set of Leg Press (or Squat) / 1 Set of Hamstring Curls (or Stifflegged Deadlift)
    Rest for 2min
    Do that 3 times, should take you 20-30mins for a whole workout.
    Next Workout Day, simply switch Bench Press for Overhead Press, Pull-Ups with Bent Over Row (or Seated Cable Row). It’s not perfect, but simple, quick and fairly effective.

    Or follow something like DC Training (DoggCrapp) or a very basic routine like Phraks Greyskull LP. Both are done ca 30mins

  • Why is it that these studies are always only done on young males (probably white, too ��)? Is it so it can be considered as being “similar” subjects? Or aren’t there that many people wanting to be guinea pigs? ��

  • Man this is shocking! So 8-12 rep range, 15 + min workouts, only should be used in a muscle growth program? Since the strength gains are the same?
    The fact that we workout for 45 + min for strength is time wasted. I do use low rep range for strength but there are people working out for several hours with high rep range for strength.

  • I am having such a great time working out with you. Somehow, I just feel better knowing that I am working out with a doctor, than some workout fanatic. I am just saying.

  • Well, the question is, will you have any benefits when filling every time slot available (like doing, say, 10 pull-ups on the way to take a dump) than doing nothing? I feel that I had some gains but it also has some drawbacks, for example how will you warmup in such mode, will you stink all the day, etc.

  • I say you should put no limitations when you work out because that will just pressure you and not make you enjoy things I got that quote from a YouTuber called Hella good search him up

  • You work out for 13 minutes a day. You intermittent fast. You get smoked by a fat kid in a race. Dat training for a useful body tho.

    99% of YouTube fitness is a goddamn joke. A bunch of bros starving themselves through the day and binging at night while pushing and pulling a ton of weight in a fixed direction until they injure themselves and get no functional strength out of it over there. A bunch of pansies that want an easy way out watching videos on how to get a workout in 15 minutes over here.

    It’s ridiculous. Where are the god damn athletes at? Everyone either wants to not put work in or have good instagram pics. Sorry, I’ve been watching lousy videos for a bit now, and you’re just the straw that broke the camel’s back.

  • In my personal workout journey, I started with 10 minutes of workout everyday. After a month or two, I naturally felt compelled to workout longer (about thirty minutes to an hour). So my opinion on this is that just do what youre comfortable with. Don’t force yourself to do anything you don’t have the energy for. Best of luck to everyone in their exercise journey!!

  • Thanks for the video. I did not understand the power of weights for your body until I’ve seen these videos. I just got these https://amzn.to/33oW02z, https://amzn.to/3b3nqgG weights from amazon. They are actually cheap surprisingly. worth to have for home gym! Can’t wait to start working out. So Excited!

  • Wow your thighs look incredibly strong ��
    Could you maybe write the exercises into the description box? Just so that we are able to follow the workout more effectively
    I know that those few seconds of watching you what you are doing next don‘t matter that much but I‘m one of those people when I want to be on fire I will not even tolerate an extra second of rest xD
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  • so this is my reminder to do it everyday because i lose motivation:
    weight: 70kg (ill do meausurements soon soz)
    day 1: i am sweating so hard, the kicks with squats burned so hard. and the last round i wanted to quit so hard

  • Something is always better than nothing.

    But some companies claim to get their costumers fit in 20 min once a week. I think that is absolute rubbish. It shows that these companies have no knowledge or ignorance to training physiology.

  • my first workout with you and I really enjoyed it, you’re my biggest inspiration, thank you!! <3 btw. greetings from czech republic,
    have you ever wondered about a trip to the czech republic?:d

  • hey i really liket the work out i would like to ask you if you can make maybe a 30 day 15 minute fat burn challenge?i really swet a lot….and i feel much better…thenks ��

  • Finally I’m finding enjoyment in working out!

    I was a dancer too and often lament the fact that it’s the only form of exercise I truly enjoy (I don’t get to classes regularly because of cost and work.) I’ve followed your vegan vids for a couple of years now and though last year I tried your workouts for a while, I think I was putting so much pressure on myself (‘all or nothing’ style) so didn’t keep it up. Now, though, I’m taking breaks when I need them and understanding that even if I can only comfortably keep up with you for half of each set, it may not be ‘all’ but it’s certainly more than ‘nothing’! Your calm attitude and gentle approach allows that to be ok, so thank you!

  • In order to gain more muscle, there are only two things to consider: training and a good diet. Thankfully, we have NextLevelDiet that provides both training and diet plan. Try not to visit their website. Trust me, you can’t

  • Got to know your main channel about a year ago from a vegan chocolate chip cookie recipe, I subscribed to it, but never really followed it at that time. Then just days ago I watched your house tour (the one in Canada, I’m currently catching up on everything in biiig steps, so I see you swap places quite a lot), and I realized that you looked amazing. Not just skinny amazing, but fit amazing. And I was sure you didn’t look like that in the first video I saw from you.
    Now I’m currently binge-watching all your videos, and I’ve already subscribed to MadFit, same on Instagram for both pages. I’m scheduling home workouts with aaaall of your videos. So pumped up for following your path, you are SO inspirational and motivational.
    I’ve too danced my whole life but unfortunately, I quit it and my flexibility is nothing compared to what it used to be, so I’m really enjoying your stretching/yoga flow for splits too.
    And I want to thank you for the great content and hard work you did and are doing, you’re such a great role model! If only I knew more vegans like you in my area! Hopefully one day I’ll be able to meet you in one of your meetups!
    Keep up the good work, you look amazing, thank you for spreading the vegan message and the fitness message as well, always, with so much love and kindness!
    ps: Sorry I did not expect to write that much haha! Love from Catalonia <3

  • Hi maddie, what app do you use for the timing? I want to start my own “HIIT” routine but I can’t find a good app, thank you so much, Love your workouts

  • I love your new channel! I can’t wait to try this work out. You have inspired me so much over the past year. Because of you, I have really focused on eating more clean and have not had meat in over 2 months. Thank you Maddie!!!

  • another great workout! i love that this is so easy to do even in a small apartment space. I don’t have a ton of time for working out and just doing this twice really gets the job done! I love that these moves get every part of my body working, thank you for sharing this!

  • Just did this workout! Great one as it’s also short but intensive! I also got some extra motivation from (was his name jack) walking in with his little fuzzy face! ����������

  • Visit website called NextLevelDiet and get complete guide for your transformation. I got personalized meal plan for 28 days which contains ONLY food that I have chosen. They provided me with complete DIET PLAN for 30 days with TRAINING PLAN included and I finally started seeing results.

  • This was AMAZING! Short & sweet, but it kicked my booty! I’m so excited about your fitness channel and the fact that the workouts can be done anywhere! I’m starting RV life this month, so that’s kind of essential for a tiny space thank you for all that you do! �� �� ��

  • omg. girl! I’m 11 years old, I was so ffrickin fat!
    Now im like a stick!!!
    Thank you so much, you have changed my life!! <3
    Pls heart, or comment back so i know u seen my comment!!! C:

  • Still doing this after six weeks, mostly every day, Rebecca! Thank you!! It’s more than just a great workout,,,I feel good all day! x

  • Obsessed with the fact that you’ve got this new channel & creating workout vids for at home, you are my biggest inspiration to workout!:D I’m going to do this right now!

  • I’ve been doing 1 set for strength forever. Science is so behind practice. Then just do moderate or cardio other days. Avoid strength losses. Easy.

  • I have a good feeling about this one �� today is my rest day, but I’m trying it out tomorrow for sure����Maddie, I would really like to see a longer workout from you! Much love ��

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  • This is my only exercise video and I look forward to it. No more knee pain and long recovery days that could easily turn into 3 weeks. I am finally seeing results from just this one video! Thank you.

  • Dr., I am finding that this type of exercise is proving to be the best for my bad knee. I just made it through my first week with this video and am looking forward to using it every week. Thank you.

  • I always thought dieting is expensive and ‘healthy’ food costs a lot. Little did I know. I got my diet plan from Next Level Diet and I was able to select foods that fit my budget.

  • I love this routine! However, I am concerned if I am pushing myself too hard or not. I keep on failing during the last moves. �� And they hurt an awful lot, my legs don’t go out straight in a v yet. Should I do a different variation of it? With the plank rows my thumb got bent weird lol too.

  • Loving ur new channel and all the new content. Would love to see some arm workouts both at home and at the gym soon. Thanx so much for being such an inspiration!!

  • Thank you this is my first workout with you really pushed myself I will definitely doing more of your HIIT workout thanks again

  • There are other factors that play a role as well such as what were they doing when they weren’t training, what were they eating and how much rest did they get?

  • I tried this workout today and I enjoyed it. Can you tell me roughly, how many calories can you burn doing this? And how can I download your book? I don’t see a link