What can you get done in just 10 minutes?*

Pay some bills?     Handle 10 emails?     Clean a few toilets?     Unload the dishwasher?

Get a workout in?  You might not think so, but then you haven’t tried Fit10N!

is an efficient workout in 10 minute segments of:

  • total body
  • core
  • heart rate based cardio intervals
  • stretch/balance (only for 1-1 personal training) 

Do one or more per day depending on your time, goals and what you feel like doing that day.  Choose Small Group Personal Training or 1-1 Personal Training.

Try a Free Fit10N workout today and see what a difference just 10 minutes of exercise can make.

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*  from https://happyhealthymama.com/the-power-of-10-minutes-50-things-you-can-do-in-less-than-14-hour.html

Fit10N Q & A

Why 10 minutes?

The number one excuse for why more people don’t exercise is lack of time, so we thought who doesn’t have 10 minutes a day to improve their health and quality of life!  10 minute segments make the time go by quicker, help you focus on the workouts and are time efficient, producing maximum results in minimum time.

Can I choose what I want to do each day?

Yes, you can choose from total body, core, hr based cardio intervals and stretching/balance depending on your time, goals and what you feel like doing that day.

Do we do the same exercises each week?

No.  The group workouts change weekly to prevent boredom and to constantly challenge the muscles and even the mind.  One-to-one workouts vary depending on the individual and their goals.

How do I know if I am doing the exercises correctly?

You work with a personal trainer in small groups or one-to-one to make sure you are performing the exercises correctly that best matches your level and any limitations.

Why heart rate based cardio intervals?

10 minutes of heart rate based cardio intervals is equivalent to 30 minutes of moderate exercise for calorie output and conditioning the heart and lungs.  However, because of the intensity we advise to limit these type of intervals to 5-6 per week.