What is 22 Minutes Hard Corps?
I'm so proud to be part of this! Since becoming a Coach with Beachbody; I've been able to change my life!!! So, they are about to launch a brand new home fitness program that is going to blow your mind!! Tony Horton brought you P90X that had routines that were over an hour long each day. Then, they created the 21 Day Fix which is only 30 minutes a day 7 days a week, and T25 with Shaun T that is 25 minutes daily for 6 days and now they are taking it to a whole new level. Only 22 minutes a day... yes you heard me right! In just 22 minutes you can get some ridiculous seriously mind blowing results with this program, Tony Horton and ME as your coach to help you along the way!
Want to pass your next PFA / PFT?
If you’re willing to step up and commit to spending 8 weeks with Tony Horton and 22 Minute Hard Corps, you’ll walk away Boot Camp Fit—even in the best shape of your life. It won’t just give you a mission-ready physique—you’re going to have to earn it—but Tony supplies you with all the tools and motivation you need to blow past the limits of what you thought you could do.
Fitness doesn’t get much simpler than this. 22 Minute Hard Corps is a quick, no-nonsense, boot camp workout program. You just show up…keep up…and you will get in great shape. The training is basic, but the results are absolutely epic.
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Why were the 22 Minute Hard Corps workouts created?
Tony Horton shares a deep appreciation and a long-standing relationship with the U.S. military. Throughout the past 15 years, he’s toured dozens of military bases all over the world, helping troops train to their maximum fitness potential. In 22 Minute Hard Corps, he’s created a challenging but simple to follow workout program inspired by training programs used by the military. You hit it hard for 22 minutes…and you’re done. If you have the will…you will get results.
READY TO DEPLOY ON MARCH 1ST!
22 Minute Hard Corps Review
22 Minute Hard Corps is designed to be a boot camp style fitness program that is challenging but simple to follow workout that’s inspired by techniques used in the military. Each workout is a quick–and intense–total body drill designed to get participants “boot camp fit” in just 8 weeks. Each day of the program consists of a series of total body rounds rotating through functional resistance, cardio, and core focused workouts.
I personally did the entire 8 weeks and I got tremendous results!!! My Pics will be posted here soon after March 1st 2016.
Will you need equipment with 22 Minute Hard Corps?
Yes, Tony Horton loves making use of additional equipment in his workouts because it’ll help you get faster results! For some of the Beachbody 22 Minute Hard Corps workout routines, you will need a pull-up bar or resistance band and door attachment, as well as a Beachbody PT Sandbag or dumbbells. The new 22 Minute Hard Corps equipment that Beachbody is introducing is the Variable-Resistance Beachbody PT Sandbag, which adds up to 20 lbs. of resistance to get the most from your workouts. It comes included with the Deluxe Kit, but you can order it separately as well!
What will you get with this program?
• 8 challenging workouts on 2 DVDs
• Quick Start Mission Guide
• 8-week Basic Training Action Plan
• Rations for Results Nutrition Field Guide
• Cold Start pre-workout drill
• Hell Week Challenge Card
• HARD CORPS: Battle Buddy Workout DVD (Network Exclusive)
So who is this workout for?? People who don't have a lot of time to spend working out in a gym.
YOU, no experience is necessary or certain level of fitness!!! You can do this!
It feels like I’m walking through a fire. Like pieces of my life are flaring up and the flames are starting to grow out of control. Like the fire is closing in on me, and old pieces of myself are burning away.
If there’s one huge lesson I’ve learned this past year, it’s that I’m not alone.
It feels like I’ve been here before: a similar situation, a similar story. And it feels a bit like I’m going in circles, like I’m repeating the same pattern that I have in the past.
But something’s different this time. Something’s different be I’m different.
So I’m starting to look at these patterns differently. Because it’s not actually a pattern. Because I’m not actually going in circles. I’m spiraling upwards. I’m growing and changing. And as I evolve, every situation evolves with me – even the really familiar ones.
No more going in circles. This is different. I’m different.
I’m going up and taking everyone else with me.
Let go of the pattern. And spiral up.
Even though the timing doesn’t feel perfect, I know that it’s the perfect day to start.
Even though today doesn’t feel much different than the day before, I know that it’s a new beginning if I choose to make it one.
And even though I don’t feel ready, I know deep down that I am.
Because it’s time.
Today is the day that I begin, regardless of how perfect the day seems or how ready I think I am. Because what makes me ready isn’t how I feel. What makes me ready is the boldness to step up to the starting line even when I’m scared. Even when I don’t feel ready to start.
So here I am, ready as I’ll ever be.
It’s time to start. But don’t worry… you’re ready.
I’m starting over. I reached a point where I knew I wanted to start new and fresh. But even thought I chose to start over, it’s still scary. It’s still uncomfortable.
It’s an awkward feeling being at the beginning again. Like I’m just learning how to walk when all I want to do is run.
But I made an intentional move to start again. And it’s okay to be here at the beginning and feel like I don’t know what I’m doing. It’s okay to start new and be starting at a blank canvas in front of me.
As scary as it feels, sometimes the best thing to do is start completely fresh. And it’s okay to feel uncomfortable. Because I know that the choice to start new will lead me to a magnificent new place in life.
It’s okay to be a beginner. Because marvelous happen when you choose to start new.
I’m know that when one door closes, another opens. But it’s sure uncomfortable waiting for that next door to open up.
It feels like I’m in a hallway, the space in-between in my life where I’ve left something behind but I’m still waiting for the next step.
And as much as I want the next door to open up now, I know there’s still a ways for me to walk down this hall. And as much as I jiggle the door knobs trying to find the one that will open, I know I can’t force it.
I know the next door will open up only when I’m ready for it. So I’m going to wait and trust that the door will open up soon. I just need to keep walking down the hall.
Another door will open soon. And it’ll open up exactly when it’s meant to.
For women uninitiated in the world of lifting, one fear remains paramount: lifting weights leads to bulk. But that fear is simply unfounded.
In fact, lifting weights can burn fat and help you go from looking thin but soft to fit, trim and toned.
Here’s how lifting weights can help you burn fat:
So, now that you know this, where do you start? What size weight do you choose? Choose the weight that feels comfortable to you. It should allow for easy movement throughout the exercise and you should be able to perform the exercise correctly, with good form. Try 10 reps. If at the end of 10 reps you aren’t feeling tired or challenged, move up to a heavier weight.
What are you waiting for? Get lifting!
I have so many things.
So many things I want to do and accomplish. So many ideas and dreams and plans.
It’s exciting. All of it. But exciting as it all sounds, it also all feels so overwhelming. It all feels like it’s way too much.
And whenever my to-do list feels to big, I know there’s only one thing I need to do: clear my plate.
Because as much as I just want to add on without subtracting, it’s just not physically possible. Add to my plate without clearing some space first is what gets me stressed and burned out.
So I’m going to be intentional with what I say yes to and what I say no to. And when I make a little space, I’ll have more room for what I care about.
Make room for what matters. Clear your plate.
I was stuck in the weeds. I was fussing over the tiniest thing, the smallest moment, fixated on what wasn’t right and why it wasn’t working out perfectly.
And that’s when I knew I had to step back. That’s when I knew I had to get out of the minutiae and remember the big picture.
The big picture calms me down. The big picture helps me feel graceful. It helps me feel focused in the present and confident about the future.
The big picture reminds me that I’ve grown so much and I have so much more to grow, that I’ve been so many places and still don’t know where I’m going next.
Because the big picture is just that: big. Bigger than me, and bigger than problems of today. And a big old permission slip to stop worrying about the small things.
Remember the big picture. And remember what matters.