10 minute trainer anyone???

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Brensmom12

Joined: Jul 12
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Posted: 09 Mar 2013, 07:48
Just started 10 minute trainer and man did it kick my butt! I didn't realize what poor shape I am in but I hope this is enough to kick start my weight loss. I've been hibernating all winter and beach season is too close to keep packing on the pounds. Has anyone else done TMT and if so what were your results?
Wyattj99

Joined: Jul 12
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Posted: 09 Mar 2013, 12:22
That is what I do...10 min workouts I find on You tube...I have done up to thirty mins in the morning and about 20 mins at night Smile Keep it up, it will get better.
1st Goal: 150 lbs
2nd Goal: 135 lbs
3rd Goal: 125 lbs


Jamie
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Posted: 09 Mar 2013, 18:37
As I've just read of this I haven't but I'm totally sure I'd be begging myself to stop. I'm so out of shape... I'll post about it when I try it! >.<

Keep going! Smile



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