Increase Your Results with 10-Minute Density Stacking Workouts

I have the most INSANE bodyweight workout that you can do today – in your own home – that will have your belly fat fighting for its miserable life (don’t worry, it won’t win!)

This workout introduces a groundbreaking new approach called Density Stacking; that can double or even triple your results.  You see, the controversy has been swirling about how much work you can really get done in only 10 minutes.

I’m here to tell you that you can get amazing results in 10 short minutes, as long as you make every second count and bring the intensity. Here’s how it works.

Instead of doing one 10-minute workout you’ll stack two or three 10-minute workouts in a strategic and structured format to smoke your entire body in one sweat pouring session it works even BETTER when you stack them throughout the day! Enter the Spark study, which was designed by Dr. Glenn Gaesser to determine if many short bursts of exercise would have the same health and fitness benefits as the standard 30-40 minute workout.

In the study, ordinary people (not ex-athletes, like a lot of studies use) did exercises including walking, weight lifting, stretching, and aerobic dancing for 10-minute “bursts”.

Dr. Gaesser’s study showed results in just three weeks.

10-15% improvement in aerobic fitness among middle-aged men and women; the equivalent fitness level of a person 10-15 years younger.

Increase in strength and muscular endurance from 40 to 100%; the equivalent strength level of a person 20 years younger.

A 15-point drop in total cholesterol; even higher for high-risk participants. The average Spark study participant reduced their risk of heart disease by 20% – those in the high risk range reduced their risk by close to 40%!

That’s because each workout hits your ENTIRE body. If you apply Density Stacking, it’ll look something like this:

Every 10-minute “segment” serves its own purpose to rev your metabolism all day. This is one of the very few workout programs where YOU decide how much work you put in.

If you’re a beginner, or maybe you’re extremely busy on a hectic Monday morning, then do 10 minutes and move on with your day. You’ll already be ahead of 97% of the people out there. Then get ADVANCED results by plugging in another 10-minute stack on YOUR time (so you’ll be RIPPED by summer EASILY).

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Here’s a new stacked workout for all you Elite Action Takers out there.

Just remember, I warned you…

Workout #1 – 20-10 Thigh Thrasher

  • Double Pushup Burpees – 20 seconds on, 10 off x 6 rounds
  • Switch Lunges – 20 seconds on, 10 off x 4 rounds
  • Low Pushup Hold – 20 seconds on, 10 off x 4 rounds
  • Squat Punisher – 20 seconds on, 10 second hold at bottom x 6 rounds

BOOM!!!

Still feeling good? Okay, let’s go!

Workout #2 – 10 Minute Elite Ironman

Do each exercise for 1 minute. Only rest when necessary, especially when your form starts to dip.

  • Around the World
  • Prisoner Squat Jumps
  • Jumping Jacks
  • Oblique Mountain Climber Pushups
  • Butt Kicks
  • Repeat 1 more time

BOOM #2!!!!

Surely that was enough for you, right? You want more? I’m impressed, let’s get after it!

Workout #3 – Born Ready

This one we’re doing Ladder Up style!

That means you’ll start by doing one repetition of each exercise, one right after the other. In the next round, you’ll do two repetitions of each exercise, followed by 3 reps, 4 reps, etc.

Each round, simply add one repetition to each exercise. Go as high up the ladder as you can in 10 minutes, rest only when necessary.

  • Cross Body Mountain Climber Burpees <== Oh yes I did!
  • Plank to Triceps Extension
  • Reverse Lunge w/ Knee Up

So give those a try because they work! I make sure to add a few different HIDT workouts into my routine each day! If you need help with any of the workouts just go to Youtube and type in their name and I’m sure you’ll find tons of examples.

“Stacking” really does work as long as you commit and put in the time. If you don’t like sweating though then you may want to avoid them, but then again if you don’t like to sweat then you’re not serious about getting into shape.