Imagine for a moment your boss gives you the option of working 30 hours per week instead of 40.
Your benefits and yearly salary will be exactly the same. The only thing changing is the amount of work you do — instead of 40 hours per week, you’ll only work 30.
Your boss also says, “If you improve your productivity during the new 30 hour work weeks you’ll get a raise.”
Would you accept this offer? Would you challenge yourself to be more productive, work less, and get paid more?
Uh . . . if you said anything but, “Heck yes!” you’re officially a crazy-pants. (I still like you all the same, but you’re a crazy-pants nonetheless).
So now I must ask you — if you could apply the same concept to your workout program, would you do it?
What if you could achieve the same results (if not better results) by doing less?
Enter – Workout Minimalism
We’ll discuss what Workout Minimalism is as it pertains to strength training, why you should embrace it, and how you can start implementing it.