Why Make Time for Fitness

Jul 7, 2021

 by Leon Beeloo

You’ve heard it all before: exercise is good for you, can help you lose weight....


If you’re not currently working out, the idea of getting started can seem overwhelming.

After all, you’re busy with everyday responsibilities – job, family, children, home, etc.

But getting regular exercise is less of a time commitment than you may think, and the PAYOFFS are definitely worth it ... both now and into the future!

So, Why Make Time For Fitness?


  • Cut your risk of heart disease. Working out strengthens your heart and improves your circulation, boosting blood flow and oxygen levels in your body. This helps lower your risk of high cholesterol and triglycerides, high blood pressure, heart disease, and heart attacks.
  • Improve blood sugar and insulin levels. This cuts your risk for type 2 diabetes – and also helps manage it if you’ve already developed it. 
  • Boost your mood and mental health. When you work out, your body releases chemicals that help reduce stress, lift your mood and leave you
    feeling mentally refreshed. 
  • Build your bones and muscles. Regular exercise can help build bone and also slow the loss of bone density that comes with age. Plus, strengthtraining workouts can help you maintain / increase your muscle mass and strength.
  • Improve your sleep. It can help you fall asleep faster AND stay asleep longer. 
  • Cut your risk of some cancers, including breast, lung, colon, and uterine cancer. 
  • Improve your sex life. Consistent workouts can cut your risk of erectile dysfunction and help improve function if you already have it. Exercise
    can also boost women’s desire.
  • Keep your brain healthy. Regular exercise encourages your body to release proteins and chemicals that improve your brain’s function and
  • Control your weight. It helps you burn more calories, a key part of weight loss, and helps you build and maintain metabolically active muscle
  • Lowers risk of falling. Especially for older adults ... doing balance and strength exercises (on top of moderate cardio workouts) can reduce
    the risk of falling down. 
  • Quit smoking. Studies show that exercise can actually make it easier to stop smoking by cutting cravings and withdrawal symptoms. 
  • Improve longevity. Being active helps protect you from dying early from the leading causes of death, like cancer or heart disease.


OK, is that list long enough? 

If you are not exercising, what are you doing to positively affect your personal health?  We all know that exercising regularly is important for our health, but it can be hard to stick with an exercise routine when we have a busy schedule.

But what if I told you that you can get a full-body workout in as little as 5 minutes!?

You’d probably think I was crazy, right?

Well, it’s true!

You can do my “no excuses” 5-minute workouts anywhere because they don’t require any equipment.

These are the same workouts I use to stay in shape on the road or when I’m traveling for work. And guess what … they actually work!

And you can get all of my BEST 20, 15, 10, and 5-minute workouts in my Time Crunch Workout guide For Free.

Want your Copy?  CLICK HERE and tell me where to send them.

This is your chance to finally get fit at home or on the go

So don't wait!