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Do you want to lose body fat, but totally detest the things you’ve been told you “should” do?

Do you want to be able to see muscle in your arms, legs and abs, but feel like you’re just spinning your wheels with your efforts? Want to feel strong and capable, and excited to work out?

Specifically, do you avoid long “dreadmill” sessions at all costs, and skip the joint aches and pains that often accompany traditional cardio exercise?

I have a secret for you: You can.

Last year, the New York Times’ fitness story of the year was that short, intense workouts are incredibly effective for getting leaner, stronger, fitter and healthier overall. The type of sessions they covered ran the gamut from one (yes, one) minute to 30 minutes. (Insert joke about six- versus seven-minute abs here.)

In the vast majority of cases, something is better than nothing, sure, but a fast-paced workout can be better than just about anything.

No kidding. Some of us have known for a while now that doing super-short metabolic-resistance-training sessions — in other words, lifting weights faster — can burn more fat, build more muscle, rev your metabolism, and improve your work capacity better than typical aerobic exercise sessions (which often take much, much longer and deliver less of a payoff). In other words, strength training is pretty unapologetically awesome.

But nobody has time to work out. Or at least, that’s the refrain. Lack of time is the single most common reason given for not following a regular fitness routine.

And it can definitely be tricky to fit it in. Our lives are also often jam-packed with nonnegotiable obligations — working long hours or multiple jobs, taking the kids to their various activities, plus doing the general errands, tasks and upkeep of life in this century — that can send us careening through our days from dawn to dusk. Fitting fitness in on top of all that can genuinely seem like a daunting or even impossible task.

That means making it quick. Like…super quick. So quick that everyone has time to do this workout. No exceptions.

So, why does everyone think you have to do long, tedious or painful workouts? Why have we been conditioned to believe that traditional aerobic exercise is the best and only way to lose fat?

Here’s the scoop: Because of some research data that has been misinterpreted since the 1960s (maybe it was all the LSD?), we’ve been sold the idea that aerobic activities, such as swimming, biking and running, form the very essence of fitness and were the only way to get fit. In mainstream media outlets, we are still told that traditional cardio is the best and only way to burn off a donut.

Resistance training, on the other hand, has been positioned primarily as a bulk-building, bro-tastic activity that is a nice-but-not-necessary supplement to your fat-burning cardio routine.

Think about that for a second. For over 50 years, we’ve been told that. And, as a society, we believed it, because scientists told us it was true.

But it isn’t.

You see, new research shows that lifting weights is, in many ways, better than traditional cardio for fat loss, performance, and even overall health.

If you really want to see the best results possible, you don’t just need to “lift weights.”

You need to lift weights faster.

And I mean that literally: You take traditional weight-training exercises and do them faster, in every sense of the word. Lift light weights more explosively; decrease rest periods between sets; finish the workout more quickly and spend LESS time in the gym.

And when you do this correctly, you get many of the benefits of cardio and strength training at the same time, say more recent studies. Instead of going two steps forward and one step back (like most fitness programs), you’ll get the best of both worlds.

Let’s get something out of the way now: I’m not knocking traditional aerobic exercise, or saying it’s useless. It burns a calorie, it’s good for your heart, and many people enjoy it. But, a) It doesn’t build an appreciable amount of muscle — a major component in long-term fat loss; b) When done often, endurance training can lead to chronically elevated levels of stress hormones, which work against you pretty hard in terms of fat loss; and c) Many people flat-out can’t bring themselves to do it. And, frankly stated, the best exercise program in the real world is the one you will comply with.

In whatever form you choose to pursue it, exercise should be enjoyed — not dreaded.

The Lift Weights Faster Solution

The basis for Lift Weights Faster is to combine circuit training and sprint workouts, with a decided absence of long, slow, chore-like workouts and NO TREADMILLS. (It is absolutely every individual’s prerogative to do any activity you enjoy, of course, but contrary to popular belief, your fitness regimen doesn’t have to involve a dreadmill.) This combination of heavy lifting, moderate-load lifting, and sprinting is a super-effective training method for blasting body fat and building muscle. If your goals are that simple, look no further:

A related story: One of my clients says she has become the mom who can tuck a kid under each arm and run to the top of the sledding hill without even feeling tired or winded.

Think of how difficult that is: Running in deep snow, in the middle of winter, while awkwardly holding two tiny humans under each arm and running full speed up a hill – without breathing heavily.

That’s just what happens when you Lift Weights Faster.

You’ve got two options, both of which smoke you through a combination of carefully crafted full-body circuit workouts. One is Lift Weights Faster, the original: a 130-session choose-your-own-adventure-style fitness plan that created a movement. The second option is its sequel, which consists of 180 COMPLETELY NEW AND DIFFERENT workouts that dial things up yet another notch. Essentially, it’s the supercharged version. (With both, we’ve received hundreds of emails from people saying they can’t believe how much value they get for the money.)

With this interactive e-package, you’ll receive instructional videos, a huge library of workouts, exercise descriptions and guides, and much more. All you have to do is reap the rewards. Here’s exactly what you’re going to get with Lift Weights Faster:

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To put the value of this package into perspective, if you were to get just three of these workouts per week training with me personally, you’d spend over a thousand dollars in a single month. With this package, you’re getting over a year’s worth of workouts for much less than the cost of a single session!

PLUS 20 Guest Workouts From Top Fit Pros in EACH Library

I hate to do that cheesy “But wait, there’s more!” thing, buuuuut…there is. And it’s something awesome. Not only do you get workouts from me and my team, all of which have been test-driven for the right mix of strength, balance, mobility, and toughness, but I also tapped 20 of the top fitness professionals in the industry to provide guest workouts.

You’ll get a little flavor from the best in the business at kettlebell training, Olympic lifting, brute strength and athleticism. (Plus one from the guy who is known for making butts as big, strong, and bubbly as possible.) Look for the corresponding workouts listed under each photo, plus nine more from experts not pictured here!

(I’ve tried out many of their workouts already, and you are in for it, in the best possible way.)

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