Elite 10 Minute BW/KB Workout from the 1000 Calorie System

One hour of walking on the treadmill burns, on average, 238 calories.

Contrast that with a Calorie Burn Accelerator like the one below, where in just 10 minutes, you can burn almost 200 calories:


Workout 2: Elite 10 Minute Workout from the 1000 Calorie System

- Do as many reps as possible in 45 seconds with perfect form
- Rest 15 seconds between exercises
- Repeat for 2 rounds (10 minutes total)

A) Walkout to Push Up

B) Ski Jumps

C) Prisoner Reverse Lunge (alternating)

D) Squat Thrusts

E) KB Swings

Here are 3 quick tips on the correct form for Squat Thrusts:

- Keep your core muscles engaged throughout the exercise.
- Do not allow your back to round… ever!
- If you have limited mobility, raise your hands onto a bench or step


For the full program where you work up to burning 1,000 calories per workout, check out:

=> 1,000 Calorie Accelerator Workouts

You’ll also discover new bodyweight moves that burn more calories like…

- Sprinting Walkout on page 12

- Cross Spider Plank on page 7

- Burpee T-rotations on page 17

And don’t worry, if you’re a beginner, this program is perfect for you, too. You’ll start off with non-impact exercises, burning 300 calories a workout, then 500 calories, then eventually progressing to a whopping 1,000 calories a day.

=> This is how you can burn 1,000 calories a day

If you decide to give it a try, let me know how it goes, okay?

Train hard, and talk soon! -

- Forest Vance
Master of Science,  Human Movement
Certified Personal Trainer

PS - If you enjoyed the “1100 calorie Super Bowl workout” I posted last weekend, you’ll LOVE this program. Details and grab your copy now at the link below:

=> 1000 Calorie Accelerators

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