If you’re the type of guy who makes excuses and misses workouts, you’re going to hate this plan. But stick with it and you’ll torch fat and improve your cardio in 10 minutes—wherever life has landed you at the moment.

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This routine works around your schedule and surroundings. Whether you have a lot of time or a little, you’ll do as many reps of basic bodyweight exercises as you can—no equipment or big open space required. By tracking your total number of reps, you’ll be able to set goals and measure progress. Your mission must simply be to do more work in the next workout (of equal length) than you did in the previous one. This will ensure that your body is getting more efficient and better conditioned.


Set a timer for however long you have—even if you’ve got only 10 minutes. Complete as many reps as you can of each exercise, and count them. Stop a set when your form breaks down, and rest as needed. Make note of your total number of reps for the workout. Each time you repeat the workout with the same time period, try to complete more total reps. For example, if you worked out 10 minutes on Monday and then 25 minutes on Wednesday but could manage only 10 minutes again on Friday, try to get more work done in Friday’s session than in Monday’s. Try to perform the workout four to six times per week.


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