Being Productive Versus BusyBeing productive versus Busy is the difference between somebody who is being successful and someone who makes excuses. Those who were being productive make the time to get things done and those who are too busy only make excuses to not get things done. That’s difference between being busy and being productive.

When I make these workouts they only take at most fifteen minutes.

You don’t have to do them all at once…

You don’t have to do even half of it all at once…

You can do one to two minutes in the morning…

You can do one to two minutes in the afternoon…

You can do one to two minutes in the evening…

Can you imagine what your life would look like when you commit to one full year of any exercise program?

Being productive versus being busy is just that…

It takes commitment.

So take today and stay committed with WOD #91

WOD #91 Being Productive Versus Busy

3 Rounds

10-15 reps each exercise

  • Deadlifts
  • Bridges
  • Wood Chops
  • Leg Circles

Have a great day!

In the Video below I show you exactly what to do, WITH modifications. If you are looking for more of a 1:1 experience, then email me at [email protected] and let’s talk about what that looks like for you. 🙂

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