Linda Vista, CA (PRWEB) May 16, 2013
The health and fitness industry is worth an estimated $25bn in the US, and this figure continues to climb despite the economic challenges. The promise of a better body and improved health still inspires, as doctors and medical advisers promote exercise as a good way to improve health, mood and relationships. However, for many juggling careers, family and social commitments, incorporating an hour a day is just impractical.
One workout understands these demands, and has produced an at-home workout program that has been broken up into manageable chunks of 10 minutes, to enable users to transform their bodies at the same time as transforming their approach to fitness and exercise. Aimee West, a Product Researcher at Awesome Reviews, took the 10 Minute Trainer workout for a test run, to see whether it really does fit seamlessly into such busy lives.
“The 10 Minute Trainer at-home workout has been designed so that we can fit it in, whether we’re at home or on-the-move,” said West. “Its range of workouts, which include core and lower body variations, last for 10 minutes, which means that we can complete one in the same time as it takes to run a bath. We can also fit in several during the day if we like; just ten minutes before our morning shower or whilst the children have their breakfast, ten minutes at lunchtime and ten minutes before we go to bed.”
The 10 Minute Trainer is the brainchild of Tony Horton, celebrity fitness instructor who created the P90X program. He has designed a set of programs that work several muscle groups at the same time, which he has named ‘Super Stacks’, so that in very little time, the workouts can pack a powerful punch. His 10 Minute cardio workout burns the same amount of calories as 30 minutes of jogging, going to show that it’s quality, not quantity that counts in the perfect workout.
“For many of us, the promise of a better body in just 10 minutes a day seems too good to be true;” continues West, “but the 10 Minute Trainer programs contain a complete workout for all parts of the body; upper, lower, abs and cardio. There are so many programs available, so it’s critical that consumers ask the right questions to get the best workout for them. In my report, I've detailed the points that any consumer should consider when looking to purchase an at-home DVD workout for the best results.”
To ensure an authentic product and safe-shopping experience, West recommends purchasing from the Official 10 Minute Trainer site. She warns that counterfeits do exist on third party sites, which are essentially pirated copies.
West’s report covers also both the pros and the cons of the 10 Minute Trainer, as well as pricing, guarantee and shipping information.
For further information and to access the full report, please visit: http://www.awesomeallday.com/10-minute-trainer-review/