There’s something you need to understand, especially if you’re new to the 12 Minute Athlete, new to interval training, or even new to working out at all.
And that something is this: these workouts aren’t easy.
In fact, they’re really, really hard.
And they’re supposed to be hard.
As someone who may have never done a handstand before, never done a strict pull up, maybe even never done a full push up, you may look at the 12 Minute Athlete workouts and think: I can’t do that.
Let me tell you a secret: I would have said the same thing even just a few years ago.
Back then, my workouts consisted of a three mile run; nothing else. I hated them. Plus, I couldn’t do a pull up (or a push up) to save my life.
And now… well, now, I feel pretty good about my fitness level. Sure, I always want to get stronger, faster, and fitter.
But really, who doesn’t?
You can do these workouts
It doesn’t matter what your current fitness level is. You can do the 12 Minute Athlete workouts.
Yes, they’re tough. But the great thing about them is that they’ll always be tough. That means you’ll never hit a plateau or get bored and stop making progress like traditional workouts.
Because the key to these workouts is that you work as hard as you possibly can.